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What if someone tells you about an archipelago of islands set adrift off the coast of Africa. And, about an oasis that brags stunning beaches and their perennial warmth, which is also the center of the world’s second largest carnival, award-winning wines, and Spain’s highest mountain. Without giving a second thought about it, you’d probably plan a trip to see all of this. However, what if you found that we are talking about the Isles of the Canary Islands. Now, your thoughts might start to cloud with images of sunburned Brits, tacky things and dodgy fried foods. Set aside these anachronisms about the Canary Islands. In the spirit of Christopher Columbus, let’s explore the seven amazing isles of it. For a little bit of everything- Tenerife Auditorio de Tenerife, SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE, SPAIN Tenerife is the largest of the Canaries, as well as one of the most popular tourist attraction place of Spain. Although the dried out southern strip of Tenerife is wrapped with tourism development, the chains of resorts are just one part of this remarkable and diverse island. On the other hand, the Costa Adeje is propelling the proceedings of the south for sure, but Tenerife’s most interesting towns and sight and prime tourist attractions lie beyond this tourist enclave. Move to the north, and you can find a lively carnival. It takes over the capital of Santa Cruz De Tenerife for almost 20 days in February. For wind-sport enthusiasts and beach bums – Fuerteventura Cofete, Fuerteventura island in Spain It is second of the largest Canary Islands, lying less than a hundred kilometres far from the African coast, and the least developed of all. Fuerteventura is a parched-desert like escape and the east coast of it, is the center of attraction. Here you can experience the shifting sands of Corralejo and Jandia blowing in on the Saharan breeze. Corralejo, in the north, is an exceptional resort. It’s a resort that is also a real Spanish town, where British families mix with locals, surfers and windsurfers. You can make your evening more special as Corralejo is full of little tapas bars, beautiful beaches and fancy restaurants. Whereas, the north is famous for welcoming German visitors. Morro Jable, the main resort is home to an epic 4 KM long breathtaking beach. Besides these places in Fuerteventura, you will find volcanoes, little-whitewashed inland villages, and the yummiest Majorero cheese, taste best when grilled with a little palm, honey.

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