Free Canary Island Holiday

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As part of the Canarian governmentÂ?s initiative to promote tourism in the Canaries, TenerifeÂ?s number one web portal is giving away a number of free holidays to the islands. Simply complete the short form and your name will be entered into the draw to win a week of luxury accommodation in the sun-drenched Canaries.

There has been plenty of focused promotion in recent months with the government allocating a significant budget to help remind the world that the Canaries are still the number one European holiday hotspot.

The Canarian archipelago consists of seven volcanic islands lying just sixty miles off the coast of North Africa. Each island is uniquely different with stunning landscapes and year round sunshine but they all share one thing – great hospitality.

With an average of seven hours of sunshine per day throughout the year Tenerife is rightly the most popular of the islands. Its wonderful scenery and established tourist infrastructure make it a great destination whether you are looking for a relaxing time around the pool or an action packed sightseeing extravaganza.

The Canary Islands, being volcanic, are home to a number of mountain peaks not least the magnificent Mount Teide. This incredible volcano is the highest point in Spain

Golf too is an important attraction on the islands. The clement climate and world class courses appeal to golfers from all over Europe. In Tenerife alone there are a multitude of first class courses providing a great challenge to players of all abilities.

For the non-golfer the Canaries offer a wealth of other activities. From water sports to night clubbing and from jeep safaris to opera and dance there is something to please everybody. Dining out is also a national pastime with a great mixture of cuisines from around the world. Choose from the vast range of restaurants offering fine dining or just a simple family meal and you won’t be disappointed as there is something to suite every taste and pocket.

The competition is free to enter and is open to everyone.


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Mark Tabbs