Part of the charm of this region is that every island has a distinctive character. The most popular island is Tenerife, where the high-proﬁle tourist resorts are in the south. Puerto de la Cruz, in the north, has excellent tourist facilities, while historic La Laguna is a charming inland choice. Fuerteventura has two main resorts: Morro Jable in the south, and Corralejo in the north, which has a pretty harbour at its heart. Lanzarote’s Puerto del Carmen, Costa Teguise and Playa Blanca are the main tourist areas, while the capital, Arrecife is a good base. Las Palmas de Gran Canaria combines a great beach with city sophistication, while the southern resorts are unabashedly family-orientated. La Palma’s Los Cancajos and Puerto Naos beaches are among the best on the island, while the centre hinterland is home to atmospheric casas rurales. On the smallest islands, La Gomera and El Hierro, accommodation is predominantly midrange and includes atmospheric rural accommodation.