Costa de Almería is a charming stretch of coast on the south of Spanish mainland around the town of Almería. Local beaches and holiday centres are smaller and are gently set into the countryside. This a calmer region than most others less crowded by the tourists. 

The second largest island in the Canary Islands archipelago. Together with Lanzarote and Gran Canaria they form the province of Las Palmas. The island is famous for the large number of natural sandy beaches, which invite to naturism. True to its name ('Strong wind' in Spanish) the winds from the Sahara desert make the island very popular among windsurfers. An all year round destination.

The third largest island of the Canaries is being called the "island of permanent spring" or the "mini continent". You will find here mountains nearly 2000m high, fertile lowlands, desert as well as wooded hills. The island climate has been declared the most pleasant one on Earth.

A very beautiful island in the Canary Islands archipelago. An all year round destination.