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Rethink the Canaries for sun this winter

Rethink the Canaries for sun this winter

The long dark days and freezing temperatures of the UK’s winter months aren’t everyone’s cup of tea. If you’re wanting to escape the approaching winter, hoping to swap it for some time in the sun, maybe you should think about visiting the Canary Islands.

In December, the Canaries see average temperatures of 20̊C – and at just a short four-hour flight away there’s not excuse not to go. Here are some destinations that offer sun, views and relaxation during the winter, and why you should think about visiting them:

A relaxation holiday might be just what you need, and if so then Fuerteventura is the place to go.

The SPA Bahia Vital at the five-star Grand Hotel Atlantis Bahia Real in Fuerteventura provides the ideal ingredients for a warm, relaxing and indulgent break as the gloomy months of winter approach. Its pool offers mesmerizing panoramic views of the ocean and nearby islands. So, you can relax with a view.

 Book a relaxing winter break to Fuerteventura here:

I once spent Christmas in Tenerife and it was surreal spending the 25th December by the pool in 30-degree heat. Tenerife has recently become a popular holiday destination amongst young (and young-at-heart) holiday goers.
A Hard Rock Hotel opened on the Island in 2016 and has changed the island’s scene. Fun fact about the hotel: guests can order Fender guitars and amps direct to their bedroom, or even turn their suite into a nightclub. Aside from this, Tenerife is the perfect destination for winter escape to the sun.
Book a winter holiday to Tenerife here:

Island of La Palma:
If you want a more picturesque destination during your search for sunny adventures during the winter months in Britain then maybe you should visit La Palma. Considered as the least known Canary Island, it certainly won’t disappoint. It is also the perfect place for stargazing.


(Read this post on The National Student)

(Images from The National Student)

1 Comment
  • Zac
    Posted at 03:02h, 24 November Reply

    I used to go to all these destinations as a kid, so many good memories here. I think my favourite was Tenerife. What’s yours?

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