It’s August and we are in the middle of summertime on the Canary Islands. August is one of the hottest months of the year, not only on the Canary Islands but in many parts of the world. A lot of fun activities await during summer season on the Canary Islands, but you should not forget to stay hydrated in order to enjoy your summer holiday to the fullest. We have put together a list of tips for you so that…

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View this post on Instagram Cosas con las que soy feliz: Una cueva con vistas al mar 🏝️ ¿Y tú? ✨ . . . #canariasviva #canariashoy #top_canarias #canaryislands #grancanaria #loves_canarias #canarios5estrellas #total_islands #ok_people #ok_canarias #canariaslifestyle A post shared by Cris Juliá (@crissjulia) on May 1, 2019 at 11:27am PDT We love to take photos during the holidays: they are the perfect souvenir! You can show them to friends, family, colleagues, flip through the photo album with a tiny bit of…

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Summer is around the corner, but you don’t want to wait any longer? That’s no problem: the temperatures on the Canary Islands have already reached 2o+ °C and the beaches are waiting for you. We have selected 5 holiday homes for a unique June break on the Canary Islands. They are all perfectly located, each one with its unique style, and they are a guarantee for a sun-filled break from your daily routine! Der Sommer steht vor der Tür, aber…

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César Manrique is one of the most famous artists of the Canary Islands. Painter, architect, sculptor and environmentalist – Manrique, who was born in Arrecife (Lanzarote’s capital), had many talents. During the Spanish Civil War, the artist fought on the side of Franco. He would never speak about the terrible experiences he had during the war. After the war, Manrique began studying technical architecture in Tenerife. However, after two years, he interrupted his studies and entered the College of Fine…

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In the north of Lanzarote there is located a group of smaller islands, lovingly called “Archipiélago Chinijo” (“chinijo” is a Canarian word for “small”). The largest of these islands is La Graciosa with 29 square kilometers, the only one of the archipelago that is inhabited – about 600 residents enjoy the beauty and tranquility of this little paradise where not even paved roads exist. The island has two small villages, Caleta de Sebo, the capital, and Pedro Barba, a little…

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The National Park of Timanfaya is also known as “Montañas de Fuego” (“Fire Mountains”) and offers a unique experience. Three-quarters of Lanzarote are covered with lava – the result of about 100 volcanoes and 300 craters. The last eruptions took place in the 18th century and in 1824. The eruptions in the 18th century destroyed several villages and covered the most fertile lands of Lanzarote with lava – a large part of the population was forced to leave the island.…

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