The Canary Islands are a Spanish archipelago located in the Atlantic Ocean, off the northwest coast of Africa. The islands are known for their year-round warm weather, beautiful beaches, and stunning natural landscapes. The seven main islands are Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, Fuerteventura, La Palma, La Gomera, and El Hierro.
The primary language spoken in the Canary Islands is Spanish, although due to their popularity as a tourist destination, English and other languages are also widely spoken.
The primary currency used in the Canary Islands is the Euro (EUR), which is the same as in Spain and most other European countries. The currency’s value fluctuates depending on various factors, such as the state of the economy and political events.
The Canary Islands are in the Western European Time Zone, which is one hour ahead of Coordinated Universal Time (UTC+1). During the summer months, Daylight Saving Time is observed, moving the clock forward by one hour.
The flight time from the UK to the Canary Islands varies depending on the departure and arrival cities. On average, it takes around 4-5 hours to reach the Canary Islands from London. The exact flight time may vary depending on factors such as the airline, departure airport, and weather conditions.
The main airport in the Canary Islands is Gran Canaria Airport (LPA), also known as Las Palmas Airport. It is located about 18 kilometers (11 miles) south of the island’s capital, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. The airport is the largest and busiest in the Canary Islands, serving millions of passengers each year. Its address is Autovía GC-1, s/n, 35230, Las Palmas, Spain.