These islands are a firm family favourite with their superb sandy beaches, and year round sunshine. Our Canary Island holiday villas can be found in a variety of resorts with activities ranging from family fun aqua parks, amusements, water sports and lively night life, to hikes in the mountains, exotic plant and animal life and eerie volcanic landscapes.View villas in The Canary Islands
Our Canary Island holiday villas scatter the four favourites. Your final choice however might not be an easy one, such are the attractions of each. Beach resorts are a given, but beyond those are lunar-like volcanic scenes and subtropical paradise playgrounds that you’d expect to cross continents for. Learn more about The Canary Islands
You’ve already decided on your destination, now you need to choose a resort you’ll love just as much. It's all about finding somewhere with everything you need for your perfect holiday. Whether that's in arm's reach or a just little further away from the action - it's all up to you. Here are our popular picks to help you decide.
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Canary Islands holidays are popular all year round; with perfect weather for sun seekers and a fantastic selection of resorts, they remain a firm favourite with British holidaymakers. Staying in a private villa is the ideal way to enjoy what these islands have to offer, and with the means to explore at your leisure, you’ll be sure of a wonderful James Villa holiday in one of our handpicked villas, in the choicest locations.
Soak up the sun in the Canaries and experience villa holidays at their best. Benefit from having a quiet, private villa where you can enjoy the freedom of a self-catering holiday. Our luxurious range of villas are ideal for families, couples and groups looking to experience the glorious sunshine, charming beach resorts and endless entertainment and activities on offer in the Canary Islands.
Get a taste of Spanish culture and enjoy fabulous beaches, diverse landscapes and plenty of sunshine in the Canary Islands. The Canaries are also fantastic for leisure activities and entertainment, with an abundance of watersports, aqua parks and lively nightlife. Each Island has its own unique appeal, and they all offer warm weather, excellent beaches and plenty of things to do.
Lanzarote is a much loved destination that has first class beaches, family friendly resorts and dramatic volcanic landscapes. In fact, the island has been given a World Biosphere Reserve status in order to protect its stunning natural scenery. Experience the friendly Spanish hospitality, volcanic and golden beaches and crystal clear seas on a relaxing villa holiday in Lanzarote. Or perhaps you would prefer Tenerife, the biggest of the Canary Islands. It’s a welcoming and lively island with plenty of bars and restaurants to enjoy, as well as a range of family-friendly resorts.
Fuerteventura is a tranquil escape for holidaymakers looking for a laidback break away from it all. The beach resorts have stunning white sands and turquoise seas, with ideal conditions for watersports such as windsurfing and surfing. Discover Fuerteventura's natural beauty, explore the sand dunes and trek through the volcanic landscapes. There is also Gran Canaria with its numerous soft, sandy beaches and vast choice of excellent leisure facilities, including many first class golf courses.
Renowned for their year-round sunshine, Canary Island holidays are popular for both summer and winter getaways. In their hot and dry summers the temperatures can reach 30 degrees, and in winter the temperature rarely drops below 20 degrees. If you’re looking for long hot days, then the summer will be perfect for you, but if you like things slightly cooler then consider a spring or autumn break.
The Canary Islands are geographically closer to the African continent than Spain, but they have a distinctive Spanish culture that is infused with other European influences. The islands have plenty to offer in terms of culture, with numerous historic sites and fascinating cultural experiences. Food is also very important to Canarian culture, and you can tuck into traditional Spanish dishes with an African twist. Some tasty local specialities for you to try include Papas Arrugadas and Sancocho Canario.