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The Islands

Did you know that Spain’s only active volcano crowns the island of Tenerife? Have you ever experienced the magic of watching the sun set in the Mediterranean waters? Spanish Islands, Balearic and Canary, are different as night and day but, however, have a few things in common. Both archipelagos share the charm of their islands and the mildness of their climate; they combine the rhythm and fun with relax and rest.

The Balearic Islands, on one hand, are strategically located a short distance flight from Barcelona and Valencia. Majorca, Menorca and Ibiza are the main islands of this archipelago where thousands of Spaniards relax during their holidays. Crystalline waters make this part of the Mediterranean Sea ideal for snorkelling and sailing. These activities contrast with the never-ending partying nights in Ibiza where everyone is welcome. The art of eating is specially appreciated in these Islands where you can find the traditional Majorcan soft spicy sausage, local cheeses and pastries.

The Canary Islands, on the other hand, are a combination of arid and mountainous lands. They are located near the Moroccan coast and boast about their mild climate all the year round. Lanzarote and Fuerteventura, with an almost deserted surface, are the ideal redoubt for surfers. Tenerife and Gran Canaria, more populated, are the home for the Carnival celebrations, while El Hierro, La Gomera and La Palma are widely known for their biodiversity and virgin nature. Although far away from the Iberian Peninsula, the Canary Islands remind you in every spot that they are part of the Spanish culture.

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