Fuerteventura is best known for its beaches. And quite rightly so. This is the island of world-class water sports and golden sands that stretch for miles. Meanwhile the interior is a beguiling combo of simple villages against a patchwork of ancient volcanoes, lofty palm trees and lots (and lots) of goats.
Canary Islands - La Gomera (Chapter)
This is an island on which to lace up your hiking boots and hit the myriad of walking trails that weave across its lush and spectacular landscape.
Canary Islands - Gran Canaria (Chapter)
Gran Canaria is a continent in miniature, with a dramatic variation of terrain, ranging from the green and leafy north to the mountainous interior and desert south.
Canary Islands - La Palma (Chapter)
La Palma, the greenest of the Canarian islands, offers the chance to experience real, unspoiled nature.