You will be able to find natives with incredible stories, as well as activities that you will never erase from your memory. Within the Canary Islands are El Hierro, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, La Gomera, La Palma, Lanzarote and Tenerife. Each of these places offers unique adventures.
It should be noted that each island has its own gastronomy. You can enjoy dishes made with potatoes, sweet potato, mint, chickpeas, vegetables and meat. Among the typical dishes you cannot miss “Potaje de Berros”, “Rancho Canario”, “Potaje de Trigo”, the “Canarian Ropa Vieja” and the “Sancocho” or the “Tollos” in sauce. “Papas Arrugadas” with “Viejas Guisadas” are also delicious.
We recommend you to visit the island of Gran Canaria, where you can see mountains, small picturesque villages, banana plantations, orchards with seasonal fruits and peaceful beaches. Similarly, the Canarian Museum is the main one of the island, where you can discover skulls of the first human beings in the world, as well as mummies of the first natives of the area. In addition, there is the House of Christopher Columbus, full of travel journals, souvenirs and maps
Essential to visit in Canary Islands
There are too many attractions to see in the Canary Islands. However, one of the favorite places for tourists is Fuerteventura. Here you can find a lot of cozy hotels, as well as camel riding tours. One of the visits you must do is the “Puerto Del Rosario”, where you will find ancient memories, high-rise architecture, as well as iconic houses belonging to famous people of the region.
Our recommendation: Stay at the Elba Lucia Sport & Suite Hotel 3 *** a cozy holiday complex, located in a quiet area, in Costa de Antigua, 3km from Caleta de Fuste and 7km from the airport.
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