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Tenerife is the largest of the Canaries and probably the most popular with UK holidaymakers. The island has a volcanic mountain range and crater known as Mount Tieide, and also rich fertile valleys growing bananas, tomatoes and other crops. The coastline offers dramatic scenery and wide fine sand beaches.
Gran Canaria has a mountain range in the island's centre. The island has varied landscapes and even different climate zones with mix of mountains, desert land, and tropical forests and wide sandy beaches.
Lanzarote has an extraordinary landscape. Lanzarote is of volcanic origin, as are the other Canary Islands. Many parts of the island are covered with ashes and lava, making it look like the surface of the moon.
Fuerteventura has the longest wonderful fine sand beaches in the Canaries. Only a hundred or so miles separate Fuerteventura from the African continent. There are great beaches even close to the capital of Fuerteventura, Puerto Rosario.