Nature areas are one of the most precious possessions of the Canary Islands. There are so many and they are so different that it’s almost impossible to find an adjective that describes them all. Forests, sand dunes, volcanoes, natural pools… Unspoiled nature which paints the landscapes of the islands with contrasts. Four National Parks and six Biosphere Reserves mean that the islands are considered one of the most valuable ecosystems in the world. Canary Island makes the seven main islands Tenerife, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, La Palma, La Gomera, and El Hierro. The islands offer a spectacular cruising ground, with a varied backdrop. All of the seven main islands are within a day’s sail of each other. All of them have own unique character and some even have a difference in climate.
Yacht charter in Canary Islands
Jun - October
Each island has Airport
Atlantic Ocean, cost of West Africa
365 day a year perfect weather
Canary Islands Regions
Beautiful Tenerife is the largest of the seven Canary Islands, which form this Atlantic Ocean archipelago. From the volcanic lunar landscape of Mount Teide National Park to the exciting resorts in the south of the island, Tenerife is packed with beautiful coastlines, mountains, fantastic golden sandy beaches and has two World Heritage Sites and 42 natural protected areas. All of this is waiting to be discovered. The wonderful climate in Tenerife draws sailors to the island all year round and makes a perfect starting point to sail through the Canary Islands.