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Canary Islands inApril

April, a short break before the holidays. If you only have a few days off, then make them count. Start with some time on the beach. There's something for everyone here. Then walk among volcanos, or discover a charming village. Need more ideas? Here are some suggestions for the month of April.
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Greet the

If you dream of watching whales in their natural environment, use your trip to the Canary Islands to get close to these creatures. These island are visited by 23 different species of cetaceans, such as sperm whales, whales and up to six types of dolphins.

We recommend an excusion on a boat with the "Blue Boat" symbol, that guarantees the well being of these animals. Ah, and remember that feeding and swimming with them is not permitted.

Cetacean watching
Fancy some whale watching?

refreshing option

Are you visiting the Canary Islands with kids? The archipelago's natural swimming pools are perfect for a quiet dip while you enjoy the scenery. A unique experience you must not miss during your holiday. Discover the sparkling waters of Caletón Blanco in Lanzarote, the spectacular Puertito de Lobos, a 20-minute boat ride from Fuerteventura, or the Charco del Conde in La Gomera, ideal for a wonderful family day out. There are irresistible choices on all the islands.

Puertito de Lobos
Caletón Blanco
Charco del conde
Natural pools

An aerial

For more than 20 years, throughout April, paragliding enthusiasts have been meeting for the Isla de El Hierro International Paragliding Meeting. Aficionados from all countries flock to enjoy the Trade Winds and prime conditions for the sport, including elite, acrobatic paragliders from the world scene. So, if you want to watch amazing pirouettes during your stay on the Canary Islands, just turn your gaze to the skies of Valle de El Golfo.

El Hierro