Lanzarote, Gran Canaria or Tenerife


Which of the three Canary Islands suits you best? Dreamy and balmy or rough and rugged, lush or barren, varied or relaxed – the Canary Islands are all of these things combined, yet they couldn’t be more different. Each one captivates with its unique scenic beauty; each one is worth a visit. The Canary Islands aren’t among the Germans’ favourite holiday destinations for nothing. They offer a welcome break from the cold German winter with their mild temperatures even in winter.

This winter, the airline Eurowings is adding three of the Canary Islands (Spain) to its flight schedule from Berlin. From 28 October 2018, flights will fly twice a week to Lanzarote (Tuesdays and Sundays) and Gran Canaria (Saturdays and Sundays). Tenerife will also be added on 31 October and flights will operate on Wednesdays.


Lanzarote is the easternmost of the Canary Islands in the Atlantic. With its lunar landscapes, the Timanfaya National Park und lava caves, it is both unique and enchanting. In 1993, the island was the first to be fully declared a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. Lanzarote offers a varied mixture of about 27 kilometres of sandy or pebble beaches and wild rocky coasts. Dromedaries, which used to be used as pack and work animals, are well adapted to the environmental conditions on the island and are now mainly used as a tourist attraction.

Lanzarote is the perfect destination for nature lovers who also like to relax on sandy beaches.


Gran Canaria, the third largest of the Canary Islands, captivates with its warm climate, variety and contrasts all year round. The range of landscapes on the island is very large and it is also called a miniature continent due to its varied flora and fauna. Among the most popular sights on Gran Canaria are the Maspalomas Dunes, the fishing village Puerto de Mogán, also known as the Little Venice as well as the Cenobio de Valerón, the 290 caves carved into tufa by indigenous people.

The third largest of the Canary Islands is particularly attractive to holidaymakers looking to party. They are drawn towards Playa del Inglés and Maspalomas. Here there are long lines of holiday resorts, clubs and bars. If you are looking to relax, 60 kilometres of beaches and dunes invite you to unwind.


Whether holidaymakers are there for the beach, watersports, nature or hiking, they love the contrasting landscapes of the largest Canary Island. The volcanic massif in the centre of Tenerife with its bizarre rock formations, varied hiking trails, indigenous villages, mild temperatures and seemingly endless beaches attract millions of tourists to the island every year. Tenerife is home not only to the highest mountain in Spain, the Pico del Teide, but also to the Ancient Dragon Tree in Icod de los Vinos, which is a particular highlight for all botanists. In the capital Santa Cruz, you can admire churches and cathedrals and shop to your heart’s content.

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