You can take advantage of your stay in Gran Canaria to visit, either by boat or plane, other islands of the Canary archipelago. The flight distance between the islands is less than an hour, with frequent departures throughout the day. Similarly, modern marine vessels make connections linking the islands several times a day.

You can go to discover the magic of Lanzarote, heading down into spectacular volcanic landscapes that seem to belong to distant worlds and where even the heat from inside the earth comes to the surface. You will enjoy its peaceful white beaches and clear waters and savor the breathtaking views of small islands that can be seen from the cliff. The island was declared as one of the universal models of sustainable development by the World Tourism Organization, thanks in large part to the artist César Manrique.

Fuerteventura is an island of long, untouched beaches of white sand set in a coastline bathed by the ocean with calm transparent water that invites you to relax. You will find no better place to enjoy the turquoise sea water glide out on a windsurf and take advantage of the wind. An excursion to Fuerteventura is the occasion to discover the roots of the Canary Islands by admiring the oldest rocks of the archipelago or marine sediments belonging to the time it had not yet begun the process of formation of the Canary Islands!

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