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THE COUNTRIES TO VISIT. Whats the best time of year to visit each country.

The Canary Islands

Winter sun escapism at its finest. This place, where rough jagged terrains meet pristine aqua marine waters, is somewhat of a natural paradox. Crayola-crayon architecture, moody sands and snorkel territory, that old world charm reels us in every time. The Canary Islands is an all year round sunshine destination. Especially appreciated in January when its cold in the UK.


Canary Islands Beach Resorts

The most popular islands for a relaxed sun escape are Fuerteventura and Lanzarote. Both destinations are famed for their white sands and captivating landscapes, including the sand dunes of Fuerteventura. Taste the Spanish tapas, indulge in some duty-free shopping, or enjoy a singsong at a karaoke bar and much more. 

Walking & Golfing In The Canary Islands

The Canary Islands offer perfect weather all year round, so it is no surprise that the islands are a popular choice during winter amongst travellers who like walking and activity holidays. If you are searching for a golfing holiday then Fuerteventura, Lanzarote and Gran Canaria are your islands, however, if you prefer walking then Tenerife and La Gomera are more favourable.


Fuerteventura & Beach Escapes

Fuerteventura is the closest island to Africa and is the second largest Canary Island. With 3,000 hours of sunshine, this island holds a similar climate to the likes of Florida and Mexico and is a popular break for some winter sunshine on a golfing holiday. Alternatively, take a stroll on the mile long beaches that grace the coastline and even take up a new sport! Fuerteventura holds the annual kitesurfing and windsurfing World Cup competitions – hence the island’s nickname ‘The Great Adventure’!


The Towns Of Fuerteventura

A popular resort on the island includes Corralejo, a quaint old town with a selection of shops, bars and restaurants, however after dark this resort springs to life offering live music and cocktails in most bars! This particular resort is also famous for it’s sand dunes and is right on the doorstep of the Corralejo National Park which is worth a visit. If you fancy visiting another Canary Island for the day, you can hop on a ferry to Lanzarote from here – it’s only 1 hour away.


The island of Lanzarote has a varied and extraordinary landscape with spectacular canyons, jaw-dropping panoramas and miles of sandy beaches. Not to be missed is the beautiful volcanic landscapes found at the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve that can be enjoyed on one of our walking holidays, plus the chance to hit the fairways on some exciting golf breaks to this captivating destination. It then comes as no surprise that Lanzarote is a popular walking spot and is enjoyed by many travellers every year for both golf and walking.


Lanzarote Holiday

Lanzarote is a great mixture of traditional, whitewash villages, lush gardens, pretty beaches and an exotic lunar landscape, courtesy of the numerous volcanoes that dot the island. To compliment this mix, choose from our golfing holidayssunshine breaks and walking.


Explore The Landscapes Of Lanzarote

Playa Blanca boasts a trio of sandy beaches and is lined with a promenade full of cocktail bars, upscale restaurants and cafés as well as a large selection of shops selling all the amenities needed for that all important day in the sun. 


Explore the largest and highest island in the Canary Islands - Tenerife! Often referred to as the 'Island of Eternal Spring', as a result of its excellent all year round temperatures, Tenerife offers solo travellers a diverse range of activities, from beautiful walking trails with spectacular panoramic coastal views to sandy beaches in the sun and eye-opening national parks that will leave you pining for more. A week here will not be a disappointment to you! with the Mountains, Landscapes and Beaches



Gran Canaria has long been a holiday favourite destination within the solo traveller community. With its swathes of sandy beaches, clear Atlantic waters and resorts to suit all tastes, this Solos Holiday is one not to be missed! From its popular hiking trails at Bandama Caldera to its Catedral de Santa Ana and protected sand dunes, Gran Canaria has something for travellers. With a combination of modern coastal resorts and picturesque towns full of history, we are sure that Gran Canaria will keep you coming back time and time again.



La Gomera is the second smallest island of the Canaries and is also the least explored! Rising 1,487m above sea level, the island’s emerald peaks are home to one of Europe’s last remaining cloud forests. Add to this the island's lush valleys, awe-inspiring cliffs, glittering beaches and dramatic rock formations and you have a landscape make lovely walking holidays.



Often referred to as the 'Gateway to Africa', Morocco is a fascinating cultural cocktail of Berber, Arabian and European influences. Saharan sands as far as the eye can see and the awe-inspiring beauty of the Atlas Mountains, every inch of the landscape invites adventure. Climb Africa's highest peak and pass through ancient cities, exploring the colour-pop maze of souks and medinas.


Morocco, otherwise known as the 'Gateway to Africa', is a fascinating cultural cocktail of Berber, Arabian and European influences. From the Saharan sands to the Atlas Mountain peaks, every inch of the landscape here invites adventure. Climb Africa's highest peak and pass through ancient cities, exploring the maze of souks and medinas that Morocco offers. 



Dramatic Alpine vistas, miles of pure unspoilt countryside and box-fresh landscapes, the Swiss lands have that pull. The culture is urban, the air is clean, and the hiking trails are a pursuit of breath-taking, stop in your track’s moments.


Switzerland’s soaring snow-capped peaks of the Alps, glittering blue lakes, emerald valleys, glaciers and picturesque lakeside hamlets provide an unreal beauty. With a multitude of peaks reaching upwards of 4,000m and lakes galore, Switzerland is well known as an active singles holiday paradise. Switzerland is also famous for the production of chocolate and if you are a chocolate lover, then you will be spoilt for choice with streets lined with chocolatiers. So, get ready to ski and climb in the Alps and also indulge in some sweet treats! Switzerland has some of the best skiing resorts in Europe, but beyond its world-famous skiing and rambling holidays, it is home to vibrant cities and bold architecture, making it perfect for a winter or summer singles city break. Surrounded by the Swiss Alps, there is a beautiful and charming atmosphere that makes for an unforgettable holiday experience!



Surrounded by snow-kissed valleys and jaw-dropping peaks, Austria helps take the edge off winter like nowhere else. Enchanting, picture-perfect villages, magnificent glaciers and freshly sprinkled pistes, you won’t need to shake this snow globe of a place too hard to find a perfect view.

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