- On the seafront at Caleta de Fuste
- The island’s most modern thalasso spa
- Large swimming pool area with sea views
- Kids’ club and pirate adventure
The varied - and sometimes improbable - landscapes of the Canary Islands, as well as their enviable climate, have catapulted them to the top of world tourism. From Barceló Hotels & Resorts in the Canary Islands you can enjoy the diverse beaches, volcanic nature, charming villages and enviable gastronomy.
Due to its volcanic origins, in the Canary Islands you can find everything from a Natural Park with a lunar feel like Timanfaya, which you can visit from Barceló Hotels in Lanzarote, to the pine forests of Gran Canaria, the waterfalls of La Palma, the endless dunes accessible from Barceló Hotels in Fuerteventura, the laurel forest of La Gomera or the desert plains of Mount Teide, which can be visited from Barceló Hotels in Tenerife. All you have to do is choose.
In addition, the architecture of its villages, with wooden balconies, colourful façades and interior patios, is also something to consider for those staying at Barceló Hotels & Resorts in the Canary Islands. A walk through San Cristóbal de la Laguna in Tenerife takes you, in just a few streets, to the other side of the Atlantic and the same happens in other towns such as Teguise in Lanzarote, Santa Cruz de la Palma in La Palma, or Arucas in Gran Canaria.
The same peculiarity that marks its landscapes also affects its beaches. This is why, in the same region, and even on the same island, there may be beaches of black volcanic sand with others of fine white sand. A unique variety that can only be found and experienced from Barceló Hotels & Resorts in the Canary Islands.
This diversity is also good news for water sports enthusiasts. On the easternmost islands - Lanzarote and Fuerteventura - the strong wind is a blessing for surfers or windsurfers, almost all the seabeds are perfect for diving and the bountiful nature is ideal for hikers.
All you have to do is choose an island and enjoy your stay at the hotels in the Canary Islands.