What is CanaryFly?
CanaryFly is a budget airline that operates cheap short-haul flights between the Canary Islands. Hugely popular amongst locals, the carrier helps more than 50,000 residents hop between the Canaries every month, often for less than the price of a bus ride between the south and north of Tenerife!
Residents of the Canaries can snap up one-way flights for as little as €5, thanks to the exclusive resident discount. But non-residents can pick up super affordable flights too. Without the resident discount, many journeys are available for as little as €20, including 6kg of hand luggage and 23kg of checked luggage.
Travel Around the Canaries with CanaryFly
With such cheap prices and loads of flights to choose from, CanaryFly is the perfect airline for island-hopping in the Canaries – even if you’re short on time or cash. To help you experience the best the archipelago has to offer, we’ve put together a Canary Island island-hopping itinerary:
The most popular Canary Island for both residents and visitors, Tenerife offers a huge range of exciting things to see and do. There’s everything from beaches, national parks and museums to golf courses, water parks and animal zoos to keep all kinds of travellers entertained throughout the year.
- Mount Teide: The highest peak in Spain surrounded by a picturesque national park brimming with bizarre rock formations, dense forest and breathtaking views.
- Siam Park: Voted the best water park in the world, Siam Park boasts high-speed slides for adrenaline junkies, fun-filled splash zones for little ones and everything in between.
- Loro Parque: Also voted #1 in the world, Loro Parque is a huge zoo, home to the largest indoor penguin exhibition in the world and the biggest Thai village outside Thailand.
Nicknamed “Isla Bonita”, (“Beautiful Island”), La Palma certainly lives up to expectations. When you fly over the island with CanaryFly, you’ll catch a glimpse of its charming landscape, which extends from dark sandy beaches and rugged rocky mountains to sprawling verdant forests and charming green vineyards.
La Palma highlights
- Charco Azul: Beautiful natural pools protected from strong currents by chunks of volcanic rock where you can swim and sunbathe in the Canarian sunshine.
- Caldera de Taburiente National Park: A colossal volcanic crater surrounded by high peaks with cascading waterfalls, thick forest, native wildlife and fabulous views.
- Stargazing: With incredibly clear skies and hardly any light pollution, La Palma is one of the best places in the world for stargazing all-year-round.
The smallest of the islands CanaryFly visits, El Hierro was once considered to be the end of the world. That was up until Christopher Columbus sailed past its volcanic sandy shores out into the unknown. Although it’s become a little more developed since then, the island still holds onto its rustic roots and is best known for its beautiful scenery and laid-back way of life.
El Hierro highlights
- Scuba diving: The seabed surrounding El Hierro is home to a wealth of alluring rock formations and tropical marine life which are easy to see, thanks to the remarkably clear waters.
- Frontera Rural Park: A nature reserve with an enchanted forest vibe, laden with magical, wind-twisted juniper trees – some of which stand up to 8m tall.
- La Peña Viewpoint: Located 700m above the sea, this platform was created by Canarian artist César Manrique and offers some of the best coastal views on the island.
Home to over 80 beaches, a fantastic nightlife scene and one of the best climates in the Canaries, Gran Canaria is the perfect place to visit with CanaryFly for a fun-filled holiday with your little ones or as a couple. But there’s much more to the island than holiday resorts and a beautiful coastline.
Gran Canaria highlights
- Dunes of Maspalomas: 400 hectares of amazing sand dunes backed by the glistening ocean to create a captivating desert-oasis scene you won’t want to leave.
- Puerto Mogán: The Canaries’ answer to Venice, this chic coastal village has narrow canals flowing around the white-washed houses and colourful flower beds.
- Viera y Clavijo Botanical Garden: A flourishing garden filled with dazzling plants endemic to the Canary Islands, Micronesia and other exotic locations.
Whether you’re into high-octane watersports that will leave you breathless, savouring delicious traditional food from local family-run restaurants or taking it easy and soaking up the sun on gorgeous beaches that never seem to end, a trip to Fuerteventura with CanaryFly is always a good idea.
- Windsurfing: Hosting multiple windsurfing championships throughout the year, Fuerteventura has the perfect conditions to try your hand at this popular watersport.
- Salt Museum: A one-of-a-kind open-air museum with free tours demonstrating how the island makes salt from seawater and the many different ways it can be used.
- Playa del Cofete: An incredible golden sandy beach that stretches on for miles, backed by dramatic mountains.
Home to more volcanoes than any of the other Canary Islands, Lanzarote boasts a truly unique volcanic landscape dominated by ochre lava tubes, black volcanic fields and orange lava formations. Visit the island with CanaryFly and discover all the natural wonders Lanzarote has to offer.
- Playa Papagayo: One of the most gorgeous bays in the Canary Islands, with soft golden sand and calm, aquamarine waters begging you to take a dip.
- Atlantic Museum: The first underwater museum in the Canaries, featuring 12 sculpture works of art you can only see if you dive down to the ocean floor.
- Timanfaya National Park: A fascinating park filled with volcanic geological formations and an onsite restaurant which grills meat over the heat rising up from the volcanoes.