Islands in Spain

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The most beautiful islands of Spain
If you are looking for sandy beaches on the Canary Islands and are not particularly picky about whether they are jet black or pearly white, Fuerteventura is the place for you. Sun worshippers are at home there, and they invariably get their money's worth on vacation, because this island is ...
Lanzarote – The fire island of César Manrique Black is almost everything on Lanzarote. This is the fire island of the ingenious painter, architect, sculptor and environmentalist César Manrique. You will encounter his life’s work at every turn on this spectacular island. Probably no one else has left ...
Gran Canaria
Gran Canaria – the white beaches of Maspalomas Gran Canaria is something like the queen of the Canary Islands and probably spectacular in every respect. With large hotel complexes that satisfy everyone’s taste, with an excellent infrastructure and above all with the snow-white beaches of Maspalomas. Here it is sometimes ...
Tenerife – above all towers the Teide With a height of 3,718 meters, Pico del Teide is the giant among the mountains of Spain. The fact that he has chosen an island is not by chance, because under the giant, which towers over everything on Tenerife, slumbers a huge magma chamber. The ...
El Hierro
El Hierro is the smallest and youngest of the Canary Islands and is located in the far west of the archipelago. Mass tourism has never existed here, which is why many places have preserved their original character.
La Gomera
Rugged and deeply rutted - an accessible island in the vastness of the Atlantic Ocean. While all this is true of La Gomera, anyone who takes the time to study this island of the Canary Islands more intensively, moving away from all the clichés, will realize that nature has ...
La Palma
Eternal spring? Of course, La Palma does not actually know any seasons either. And the island, which almost never experiences a lack of water thanks to the clouds that rain down over the mountains, now complains every now and then about a prolonged dry spell. But if you are out ...
Mallorca is one of the most popular vacation islands in Europe and is a paradise for beach vacationers, hikers and water sports enthusiasts. Away from the tourist strongholds lie unspoiled nature, mountains, nature parks and beautiful beaches with clear water. In the evening, wine tasting and tapas bars entice the ...
Menorca is located in the northeast of the Balearic Islands.
Formentera is located in the very south of the Balearic Islands.
Ibiza is the third largest of the Balearic Islands.
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