Many of the Canary Islands offer a high level of accessibility, meaning that they are scenic and stunning destinations for disabled holidays abroad, with lots of adapted accommodation and surrounding areas.
Lanzarote is sun-drenched and stunning, and a treasure-trove of delights just waiting to be explored. The island is just 60 miles off the African coast with Saharan sands and turquoise waters, popular and remote beaches, volcanic peaks and dramatic lava plains, breathtaking views and plenty of culture and history.
Tenerife is green and lush in the north, and sunny, dry and desert-like in the south. An island of delightful contrasts, Tenerife's dramatic beauty and typically Spanish hospitality has brought the island international acclaim.
Gran Canaria is known as a "miniature continent" due to the number of different climates that can be experienced as well as its array of landscapes. The island is also home to a number of Natural Protected Species, plus thousands of creature types that cannot be found anywhere else in the world.
Fuerteventura receives an average of 3,000 hours of sunshine every year - that's an average of over 8 hours a day! It is also slightly less developed than some of the other Canary Islands, which provides it with an impressively rugged beauty.
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