¿Dónde queda las Islas Canarias
The seven most important pieces of land in the Canary Islands are Lanzarote, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, La Palma, El Hierro Tenerife and Gomera.
Although local culture is encouraged, the residents of the islands speak Spanish, look Spanish and feel Spanish.
Tenerife is the biggest island and is as lush as any tropical paradise except for the volcanic zones where the landscape is almost lunar-like and the famous Mount Teide with its snow-capped peak.
Gran Canaria has wonderful beaches to offer and a swinging nightlife. It is famous for bananas and tomatoes.
Fuerteventura has the most beaches of all the islands and just a stone’s throw away from the Sahara Desert.
La Gomera consists of a hilly landscape and often appears as the most exotic island to visitors. You will arrive on the island by boat (75 minutes by ferry or 35 minutes by hovercraft), from Tenerife (Los Cristianos port). Your first stop is the capital of the island, San Sebastian de la Gomera, a town of some 6,000 inhabitants. The town has many interesting monuments. The island forest is the most treasured gem and is a protected park.
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