The Canary Islands Ask Tourists to Provide a Negative COVID Test Before Accessing Tourist Accommodation

The Government of the Canary Islands approved a decree-law of extraordinary measures designed to manage the health and economic crisis caused by the pandemic. The legal document states that tourists, over six years of age, must complete a COVID-19 PCR or antigen test, certified by health authorities within a maximum period of 72 hours prior…

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Take a Microcation to the Canary Islands

It’s cloudy, the days are getting shorter. T-shirts and sandals have been exchanged for sweaters and boots – it’s officially autumn in the northern hemisphere. Dreaming of some winter sun? The Canary Islands is the perfect destination! The Canary Islands have the most daylight hours in Europe. In December, it only rains about three days…

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The Unique Taste of The Canary Islands

Wine and cheese, what a perfect marriage! Two of life’s great culinary pleasures that are delicious on their own and even better when paired together. The Canary Islands is a holidaymaker’s paradise, not only for its incredible landscapes and beautiful weather, but also for producing some of the most unique wines and cheeses in the…

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Feel Safe in the Canary Islands

Give your body and mind the post-lockdown boost it deserves in the Canary Islands, one of Europe’s regions least-affected by COVID-19, offering tourists the space needed to feel safe away from home. Boasting endless pristine beaches, turquoise waters, immense volcanic landscapes, luxuriant ancient forests and natural parks spread over seven Biosphere Reserves, the eight islands…

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Canary Islands Introduce Travel Assistance Policy to Cover Visitors for COVID-19 Expenses

The Ministry of Tourism, Industry and Commerce of the Canary Islands Government has closed an agreement with AXA Spain for the subscription of a travel assistance policy applicable to all tourists who travel to the Islands, whether foreign or national, in order to respond to incidents related to COVID-19, including the need to prolong stays…

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La Gomera Chosen to Pilot a Spanish Track and Trace App

At the end of June in La Gomera, the Government of the Canary Islands will pilot a track and trace COVID-19 app in collaboration with the Canary Islands Health Service, Spain’s Ministry of Health, Spain’s Secretary of State for Digitization and Artificial Intelligence, and the European Directorate-General for Innovation and Technological Support (ITEC). The aim…

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The Canary Islands for Kids

As the world begins to re-open to travel, now is the perfect time to start planning your next trip with the kids! From beautiful long beaches and glistening shallow water to theme parks and watersports, the Canary Islands has something for even the most demanding mini traveler. Read on to find out more… Siam Park,…

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