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The Canary archipelago (west of Morocco) consists of 7 islands and half a dozen islets. Their scenery ranges from lava desert to lush forests, from sand dunes to volcanic peaks. Today the Canary Islands are divided into two provinces. The four western islands, that make the province of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, are all mountainous.

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Tenerife/Tenerife - Marina del Sur (Canary islands)
12.7 m
3 cabins
6 berths
8 days
04/11 - 11/11/2017
yacht rental price per week € 2 849 ($3 429) Special price: € 2 422 ($2 915)
Tenerife/Tenerife - Marina del Sur (Canary islands)
14.15 m
3 cabins
6 berths
8 days
04/11 - 11/11/2017
yacht rental price per week € 3 551 ($4 274) Special price: € 3 018 ($3 632)
Tenerife/Tenerife - Marina del Sur (Canary islands)
15.2 m
4 cabins
8 berths
8 days
04/11 - 11/11/2017
yacht rental price per week € 4 049 ($4 873) Special price: € 3 442 ($4 143)
Tenerife/Tenerife - Marina Santa Cruz de Tenerife (Canary islands)
11.99 m
3 cabins
6 berths
8 days
04/11 - 11/11/2017
yacht rental price per week € 1 500 ($1 805)
Tenerife/Tenerife (Radazul) (Canary islands)
13.4 m
3 cabins
8 berths
8 days
04/11 - 11/11/2017
yacht rental price per week € 1 590 ($1 914)
Tenerife/Tenerife - Marina Santa Cruz de Tenerife (Canary islands)
11.95 m
3 cabins
8 berths
8 days
04/11 - 11/11/2017
yacht rental price per week € 1 700 ($2 046)
Tenerife/Santa Cruz Marina (Canary islands)
12.71 m
4 cabins
10 berths
8 days
04/11 - 11/11/2017
yacht rental price per week € 1 900 ($2 287)
Tenerife/Tenerife (Radazul) (Canary islands)
13.4 m
3 cabins
8 berths
8 days
04/11 - 11/11/2017
yacht rental price per week € 2 000 ($2 407)
Tenerife/Tenerife (Marina del Sur - Las Galletas) (Canary islands)
14.65 m
4 cabins
10 berths
8 days
04/11 - 11/11/2017
yacht rental price per week € 2 900 ($3 490)
Tenerife/Tenerife (Marina del Sur - Las Galletas) (Canary islands)
15.4 m
5 cabins
10 berths
8 days
04/11 - 11/11/2017
yacht rental price per week € 3 000 ($3 611)
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The province of Las Palmas combine the eastern islands, with flat landscapes and long virgin beaches. Not every island can offer secure anchorages or comfortable marinas and there is little organized entertainment or sightseeing on some of them. But more and more sailors are discovering this most unique cruising area, where everyone can find any type of sailing vacation to their liking. Each island has plenty of sunshine and splendid beaches, but also acquires its own characteristics.

 

Tenerife yacht charters

Tenerife means “Snowy Mountain”, a tribute to its dormant volcano of Mount Teide, Spain's highest peak. Due to its unusual rough and steep shape of landmass, Tenerife has two different climate zones: lush vegetation and rainfall you will fined sailing to the north, while sunny and dry in the south. Tenerife has the most of yacht charter attraction: spectacular volcanic scenery, water sports, extravagant luxury resorts and vibrant nightlife.

 

La Palma boat rentals

This is the world's steepest island. It lies on the northwestern tip of the archipelago and has a cool, moist climate and lush vegetation. The mountains are covered with forests of pine and giant fern. The center of the island is dominated by La Caldera de Taburiente, a volcano's massive crater. National park status is a sign of its botanical and geological significance. The international Observatory crowns the summit.

 

Sailing el Hierro

Sailing to the furthest west island you will fine El Hierro, the smallest in Canaries. It is not so popular with a holiday crowd, but has got its fame with naturalists for its unusual fauna and flora. The turquoise seas of the south coast attract a lot of scuba divers, who base themselves in the small fishing village of La Restinge.

 

La Gomera sailing

This island is the most accessible. It's scenery is glorious: Rock pinnacles protrude out steep slopes covered with ferns; terraced hillsides glow with palms and flowering creeps. Sailing to La Gomera do not miss the best part of this island – the Parque Nacional de Garajonay, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Some places are associated with Columbus, who got his water supplies here. According to legend he also prayed in the Iglesia de la Asuncion, and stayed at a local house. The Eastern Islands (Gran Canaria, Lanzarote and Fuerteventure ) belong two the province of Las Palmas.

 

Gran Canaria bareboat charter

It is the biggest Canarian Island and is the most popular sailing destination with vast variety of boat rentals. It's capital La Palmas de Gran is the largest city in the Canaries. And Maspalomas, in the south, is one of the biggest resorts in Spain, which consist of several separate complexes. Set sails and head to San Agustin one of the serene places with dark sand beaches, sheltered by low cliffs.

Playa del Ingles is the largest and liveliest, with 50 discos and 300 restaurants. Unlike most of the hotels you will have a great sea view from the board of your sailing yacht or catamaran.

 

Dumas de Maspalomas

The name speaks for itself: dunes form a nature reserve and are protected from further development. This sailing destination will offer you hard-to-resist packages: excursions, go-karts, camel safaris and fun fairs. Best of these include Palmitos Park, with exotic birds in subtropical gardens; and Sioux City, a fun-packed Western theme park.

 

Lanzarote yacht charter itinerary

Set sails and explore the 4th largest of the Canary Islands. Although it has no trees, there is no lack of visitors, due to its amazing shapes and stunning colors of its volcanic landscapes. Despite low rainfall, crops flourish in its rich black volcanic soil. This yacht charter destination claims to be the most family-oriented place. Sailors come here mostly not for nightlife and loud fiestas, but for tranquility and relaxation. They can find both: either sunbathing on fine beaches and skin diving in eerie emerald-colored lagoons, or exploring the most impressive volcanic sites in the Montanas del Fuego (Fire Mountains) and taking camel rides across the mountains.

 

Sailing to Fuerteventura

It is the second largest of the Canary Islands, after Tenerife, and the most sparsely populated: it’s 69,500 inhabitants are outnumbered by goats. Just 60 miles (100 km) off the Atlantic coast off Morocco, the island is under constant attacks by coastal winds. No wonder that every summer the island hosts the windsurfing and kite boarding World Cup.

 

The island used to be densely wooded, but European settlers cut down the timber for shipbuilding. Now the only significant income for the islanders is tourism, though it is not at its high peak yet. However, sun-lovers are beginning to flock to its more than 150 pristine beaches. It is one of few islands where it will be easy to find privacy and seclusion. The island is popular with water sports fans and naturalists, as well.

 

Cuisine

Cuisine of the Canary Islands is incredibly unique, because it uses the most unusual exotic fruit and vegetables and seafood, unknown to most of us: wreck fish, damselfish, dentex, parrot-fish.

 

Over the centuries the local cuisine has been under Spanish, Portuguese and North African influence, but it has managed to retain its main feature - simplicity and freshness. Delicacies, like lapas (limpets), are available only for a few months during summer, and are served simply grilled (a la plancha). Other types of fish are usually fried, baked in salt crust or dried in the sun. Meats, like pork or beef, are prepared according to the ancient local tradition.

 

The islanders grow a certain type of potato unknown elsewhere and are proud to deliver its favorite dish - "papas arrugadas" (wrinkly potatoes), made by boiling potatoes in their skins in very salty water, sometimes even in seawater. One of many Canarian creations is "soap de pescados tinerfena: it is Tenerife fish soup of sea bass and potatoes, seasoned with saffron and cumin. There are so many more dishes to try here: succulent tropical fruits, delicious honey pastries, traditional cheeses, roasted maize meals, etc.

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