Black-sand beaches and lunar-like volcanic landscapes are just two of the things that make a cruise around the Canary Islands so popular. This scattering of islands in the Atlantic Ocean has become a popular pick for party-goers and families alike. They’re packed with history – in Gran Canaria you can walk the cobbled streets of Las Palmas. And on the second smallest island, La Gomera, you can visit the house where Christopher Columbus lived. If you fancy an underwater adventure, you can try our submarine trip off the coast of Lanzarote. Or for the best views, climb Tenerife’s most-famous landmark, Mount Teide. A lot of our Canary Islands cruises drop anchor at Madeira, as well. And if you’re tight on time, book a last-minute cruise and start counting down the days until you sail off into the sunset. Plus, all of our cruises will be All Inclusive from summer 2019, which means all tips and service charges will be part of the deal.Show More
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