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Canary Islands added to safe list for UK and Germany

Holidaymakers looking for winter sun will be allowed to visit the Canary Islands without needing to quarantine on their return after the UK and Germany lifted the archipelago from the danger list. read more

Bungalows Playa Famara, certified in the Safe Establishments Program

Bungalows Playa Famara has been audited and found in accordance with the requirements of the Safe Establishments Program, to guarantee the prevention, hygiene and security against Covid-19 of all its clients and workers.

This comprehensive program is designed in accordance with the national and international norms, regulations, provisions and standards associated with the control and prevention of Covid-19 for this type of establishment


Garantizada la cobertura de asistencia en viaje por la Covid-19

Islas Canarias refuerza su compromiso con la seguridad y la tranquilidad de sus visitantes. read more

5 tips to prevent injuries while practicing Swimrun

A few key pointers that will allow you to participate in this sporting event in peak physical condition. read more

Objective: Endorphins! Sports to do (and watch) in Lanzarote

Lanzarote will shift your mindset, and teach you to experience sport according to Haruki Murakami’s mantra: “The only opponent you have to beat is yourself, the way you used to be.” read more

Canary Islands are ready to say HOLA again

Canary Islands are one of the regions least affected by the pandemic in Europe and indeed the world. read more

¡Welcome to Lanzarote! 

It’s been a long wait… but now it’s time to dream again about our beaches, feel the sea breeze, taste our gastronomy or recharging batteries with some of the energy from the volcanoes. read more

Eau​ de Lanzarote: coves, beaches and natural pools to enjoy this summer

“Happiness was this.” “Salty is better.” Monday, 25 May 2020 was not just any old Monday. After two months denied the pleasure, we could again swim in the Atlantic, raking the sea with our thirsty bodies, leaving effervescent wakes of salty bubbles behind. read more

GOOD NEWS: Canary Islands are ready to say HOLA again

In Canary Islands, we have been working intensely on reopening our destination so that you can visit us in maximum conditions of safety, hygiene and quality. If you are travelling to our islands soon, you will find information of interest to you here. read more

Canary Islands are just one step away from ‘the new normality’

Canary Islands is one of the least affected regions in Europe and in the world. We would like to send you a message of optimism and encouragement. read more