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Canary Islands Vacation Ownership

An exquisite island collection of sought-after vacation destinations, Spain’s Canary Islands offer diversity in sights, attractions, and entertainment to provide something unique for each type of visitor. Just off the coast of Morocco, turquoise waters, unspoiled beaches, and vibrant nightlife are beckoning from your doorstep. As a major European tourist destination, luxurious, affordable accommodations are often hard to come by. With Canary Islands timeshare resales, you can purchase guaranteed annual accommodations on your budget and never have to worry about booking again.

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Quick Facts about Canary Islands Timeshare

  • The Canary Islands is a luxurious European vacation, with popular, lavish timeshare resort chains like Diamond Resorts International and Anfi Resorts making up the majority of vacation ownership selections.
  • The vast majority of luxury timeshares are found on the islands of Grand Canaria and Tenerife.
  • According to ancient legends, the Canary Islands are the ‘lost islands’ of Atlantis.

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Things to Do in Canary Islands

Tenerife is the largest of the islands, attracting tens of thousands of travelers every year to its famous white powered beaches, iconic mountains, and exotic flora and fauna. El Teide is the main attraction for many — a 12,198-foot-high mountain, accessible by a 10-minute cable car ride to the summit. Other favorite destinations include the Parque Rural de Anaga for hiking, the Loro Parque Zoo, and scenic drive to Masca village.

Gran Canaria may not be the largest of the islands, but is has the largest population — and for good reason. With endless entertainment options ranging from hiking and water sports to beaches and golfing, it is no wonder so many choose to call this island home. Discover the island’s exotic animals at Palmitos Park, or hop on one of the countless hiking trails to admire lakes, mountains, cave villages, and more. Gran Canaria is also an oasis for scuba diving enthusiasts due to its incredibly warm water, clean waters, and colorful aquatic creatures.