We organize Weddings in the Canary Islands
Weddings in the Canary Islands – The Canary Islands have become the favorite destination for many Wedding brides in Destination for Weddings in Destanation. It is the ideal place to say ‘yes, I want’.
It is a paradise, a destination that offers us several advantages and options when it comes to celebrating our wedding. These islands are considered as the sun of Europe and are an idyllic destination thanks to its enviable climate, allowing you to enjoy its wonderful beaches throughout the year. Weddings in the Canaries are special; the couple can relax, sunbathe or practice sports such as surfing, windsurfing or diving.
In the Canary Islands, you can find a wide variety of hotels on the beach, rural hotels, villas and professional locations to hold an unforgettable ceremony. Unique places destined for this purpose or for romantic honeymoons in hotels for adults only. An offer that must be added its beaches, cliffs, dream landscapes and an exquisite cuisine that will round off a perfect wedding.
The Canarian archipelago is composed of 8 beautiful islands, each of the islands have their characteristics and their charms. In each of the islands you will find incredible landscapes that invite you to do activities such as cycle-tourism, hiking and climbing. In the interior of the islands you will find cultural offers.
1. Gran Canaria
Gran Canaria is one of the Canary Islands in Spain, off the northwest coast of Africa. It is amazing the variety of landscapes that the island has from the quiet caves of the south to more touristic areas. Its capital is Las Palmas known for having the best urban beach in the world, The Beach of Las Canteras.
To the south of the island is San Bartolome de Tirajana, where Playa del Inglés is located, one of its star beaches connecting with the famous dunes of Maspalomas, considered a nature reserve due to its extensive dunes.
The island of Gran Canaria also has magical mountains and forests. The Rural Park of Nublo is one of the protected natural areas of the island and is part of the Gran Canaria Biosphere Reserve.
Gran Canaria is also a good option for lovers of nautical activities. The possibilities are plentiful: diving, surfing, sailing, and of course, windsurfing, because the island is considered one of the best places in the world to practice this sport. In fact, it is the usual venue for important competitions on the international circuit. Without a doubt, it is the ideal place for the services offered for the celebrations of Weddings in the Canary Islands
El Teide with an altitude of 3,718 meters, is the highest peak in Spain. Declared a World Heritage Site, a spectacular volcano with unique landscapes. the Cañadas del Teide, make up the National Park that bears his name, one of the most visited on the planet and it is not surprising to be one of the most spectacular manifestations of volcanism in the world.
In Tenerife, the resorts on the south and west coasts have luxury restaurants, nightclubs, golf courses and water sports, such as kite surfing and diving.
Known for the famous works of local artist and architect César Manrique, where you can still visit his old house in Taro de Tahiche, a museum with caves built in volcanic rock surrounded by sketches by Picasso and Miró.
Lanzarote, the island of black, brown, ocher and reddish volcanic lands, is known for the Timanfaya National Park. Its lava fields, the rugged coast and the numerous volcanoes that it houses make it one of the main attractions of the island due to its extraordinary beauty. Cueva de los Verdes has caves formed by an underground lava river. Puerto del Carmen, a tourist center on the east coast, has whitewashed villas, beaches and diving centers. The capital of the island is Arrecife, with the castle of San José, which is currently a museum of contemporary art.
4. La Graciosa
It is considered the best secret of the Canary Islands, with just 29 square kilometers of virgin beaches, turquoise waters and pure volcanic landscape. No cars, no roads, no smoke, no pollution. If you really want to disconnect, feel the beat of the earth and the sea, recover the serenity of a life in which we always go in a hurry. La Graciosa, is simple and with everything you need to enjoy your stay. Ideal for couples who love this kind of environment.
Enjoy in paradise with miles of Virgen beaches. Fuerteventura has an immense field of dunes. This beautiful and arid landscape is located in the north of the island and from here you can see the island of Lobos, another protected area of the island also declared a Natural Park that deserves an excursion. Its white sands, bathed by the emerald waters of the Atlantic Ocean, are capable of hypnotizing anyone. It is a very popular island for water sports, such as surfing, windsurfing and water skiing.
6. La Palma
Declared a biosphere Reserve by UNESCO, La Palma is also known as “La isla Bonita” for its lush green forests, volcanic landscapes and the cozy black sand beaches. At The north end of the park lies the rocky outcrop of Roque de los Muchachos. It is one of the highest points of the island, thanks to its clear nights; the astronomical observation is popular in several points of The Palm. The Island’s varied flora includes the dense Laurel forest in Los Tilos, within the natural park of Las Nieves.
If you want to enjoy the beach, you can visit the tourist towns of Los Cancajos, on the east coast, or Puerto Naos, which is located on the West Coast and has a black volcanic sand beach. Hiking is popular in La Palma’s extensive network of trails.
7. La Gomera
La Gomera, notable for its rugged volcanic mountains with numerous trails. Dense Forests of ferns and moss-covered trees grow in the mists of Garajonay National Park, a veritable enchanted forest declared a World Heritage site by Unesco. In La Gomera still survives one of the most original and ancestral modes of communication In the world, the Silbo Gomero. This “Language”, already practiced by the aborigines of the island.
8. El Hierro
El Hierro is a perfect destination for nature lovers. This green paradise in the Canary Islands enjoys a nature of immense beauty, unique and unlike the other islands; it is preserved in its pure state.
In the year 2000, El Hierro was declared a Biosphere Reserve granted by UNESCO. A strong feature of this island is diving. This island that is on the way to being 100% sustainable and completely self-sufficient thanks to its determined commitment to renewable energy, have other wonders such as the Garoé tree. Located in a place full of magnetism, this sacred tree from which the aborigines collected the necessary water thanks to the phenomenon of “horizontal rain”, is a symbol of identity of the island. There are many activities that can be done on this island, such as hiking or simply resting and taking a bath in one of its secluded beaches or natural pools, without forgetting the excellent cuisine that can be enjoyed in the many restaurants on the island.
As you can see, each of the Canary Islands has its elegance and styles, like the weddings held in the Canary Islands. The Islands have great professionals of weddings and events that will guide you at every moment to make your wedding a dream come true. Celebrate your Weddings in the Canary Islands with us!