Canary Islands, or "the Canaries", is a Spanish archipelago in the Atlantic Ocean.

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Transit between ferries on Tenerife

I'm planning to take a ferry from Gran Canaria to Tenerife and then Tenerife to La Palma on 21 December. The ferry from Gran Canaria arrives at Tenerife 17:00, and the ferry to La Palma departs at ...
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Fuerteventura surfing and quiet romantic accomodation

My partner and I are looking to go surfing in Fuerteventura in November and we're looking for recommendations for a surf school and accommodation. We'd like to be able to sit in the evenings, listen ...
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Services to help disabled travelers when travelling, eg with accommodation in Canary Islands and travel from Russia

I'm disabled, from Russia. And I'm planning to travel in the future as much as I can. I'm seeking companies, services, which can to help me with accommodation, because I'm a wheelchair user. Maybe ...
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Tenerife South Airport to Las Palmas de Gran Canaria by public transport

What's the cheapest option other than flying?
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Where can I find authentic areas in Canary islands?

I am going on a trip to the Canary Islands. I have heard that it is quite commercial in some areas. Does anyone know of the authentic and more "virgin" regions, "off the beaten track," particularly ...
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Where can I find the duration of a bus trip on Gran Canaria?

On 21 December, I will travel by bus from Aeropuerto Gran Canaria via Las Palmas de Gran Canaria to Agaete/Puerto de Las Nieves. I found timetables for buses on Gran Canaria and I found out I need to ...
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How warm is the sea in Lanzarote in the Canaries in February?

I'll be in Lanzarote in February. I've been there in high summer when of course it was very hot but what's the sea temperature like in February?
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Accessing the Mount Teide summit without permit

We are going on a trip to the canary islands and we would not like to miss accessing the Mount Teide summit, but: Access to the summit itself is restricted; a free permit is required to climb ...
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Climbing Mount Teide from sea-level [closed]

Is it possible to climb Mount Teide from sea-level in 2 days for a reasonably fit person? Essentially, I was thinking of walking up to the Altavista mountain refuge on the first day (can that be done ...