Best Canary Islands and resorts
Whether you’re looking for eternal spring, azure seas, near-empty coves or traditional cuisine in mountaintop villages, the best Canary Island towns are just a four-hour journey from the UK.
To help you plan your next trip, we asked holidaymakers to rate towns and resorts they had visited in the past year.
They rated everything from the beaches and restaurants to whether the resort offered peace and quiet. Our table-topping towns offer excellent food and drink, breathtaking beaches, plus peace and quiet.
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Average hotel rate Based on data from Kayak for hotels with a star rating of three or four. Tourist attractions Includes range, quality, price of historic buildings, galleries, museums, parks and city tours. Peace and quiet Includes number of tourists and queues at attractions.
Score Based on a combination of overall satisfaction and how likely people are to recommend the holiday destination
In March 2019, Which? members completed an online survey about Canary Islands they had visited for leisure purposes in the past year, and stayed in for at least one night. We reported on the experiences of 2,010 visitors. The resort score is based on a combination of overall satisfaction and the likelihood of recommending the town or resort. Only towns/resorts that were mentioned by at least 30 members are included.
Book better Canary Island holidays
If you're planning to book an all-inclusive to the Canary Islands, take a look at our reviews of the best and worst package holiday travel agents first. We asked thousands of holidaymakers to tell us about their experience of the customer service and accommodation with travel agents such as Expedia, Thomas Cook and Tui. They also told us how much they paid on average and if the holiday was good value for money.