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The Canary Islands are slices of Spanish-owned paradise located just Northwest of the coast of Africa. And at Cruise Nation we specialise in offering fantastic Canary Island cruise deals and offers to all our customers.

From kitsch villages to glorious vineyards and beaches, Canary Island cruises are a cultural myriad of alluring sights and prepossessing, tranquil blue waters.

We adore this part of the world, and we’re sure you will too, so take a look at our exclusive Canary Island cruise deals below. We take pride in going the extra mile. So you can be sure that if you choose to book with us, and take advantage of our smart packages, you’re sure to have the trip of a lifetime.

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HIGHLIGHTS OF THE CANARY ISLANDS

GRAN CANARIA

The third largest of the Canary Islands, Gran Canaria is one of the most popular cruise destinations. Known as a "Continent in Miniature" the island is incredibly diverse, ranging from dramatic…

GRAN CANARIA

The third largest of the Canary Islands, Gran Canaria is one of the most popular cruise destinations. Known as a "Continent in Miniature" the island is incredibly diverse, ranging from dramatic mountains to desert dunes, and from white sandy beaches to lively resort towns. Those in search of activities will find plenty to keep their adrenalin soaring, from watersports and diving to hiking, biking and sand-boarding.

LANZAROTE

Long a favourite of the package-holiday goers, Lanzarote has done much in recent years to up-class its image. The island is famous for volcanic landscapes and black sand beaches…

LANZAROTE

Long a favourite of the package-holiday goers, Lanzarote has done much in recent years to up-class its image. The island is famous for volcanic landscapes and black sand beaches, but for those in search of whiter sands, there are plenty to be found, including possibly Lanzarote's most beautiful beach - Papagayo. A trip to The Timanfaya National Park will make you feel like you've landed on another planet, with rugged lava formations ranging from red to orange and black. For a more traditional look at the island, visit one of the small fishing villages that still dot the shoreline, and don't leave without trying some of the deliciously, freshly caught seafood.

TENERIFE

The largest of the seven Canary Islands, Tenerife is a British holiday staple, offering a lively combination of sun, sea, sand and 24/7 entertainment…

TENERIFE

The largest of the seven Canary Islands, Tenerife is a British holiday staple, offering a lively combination of sun, sea, sand and 24/7 entertainment. The island attracts some 5 million visitors a year, but for those seeking to escape the crowds, Tenerife still has plenty of off-the-tourist-trail spots and quieter resorts. Activities for all ages are plentiful, with everything from mountain biking to hiking and wind sailing. If you’re dreaming of lying on a pristine white beach, Tenerife also boasts some beautiful stretches of sand, with La Tejita being one of the most unspoilt on the island.

FUERTEVENTURA

Just 100km Africa, Fuerteventura is arguably the most desert-like of the Canary Islands, with vast sand dunes and incredible stretches of pure white sand…

FUERTEVENTURA

Just 100km Africa, Fuerteventura is arguably the most desert-like of the Canary Islands, with vast sand dunes and incredible stretches of pure white sand. The island's infamous wind makes it popular for watersports, with many tournaments and competitions held here throughout the year. Cruise-goers will love the beaches, laidback atmosphere and delicious local food on offer, including the famous local cheese Majorero.

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