Do you fancy a different Christmas plan this year? Do not think it over, family dinners are great, but there is nothing more exciting like spending Christmas in the Canary Islands enjoying the incredible hotels of  Lopesan Hotel Group.

It is not the first time that in our blog of tourist activities we have told you about the wonders of the Canarian archipelago. In fact, we have already given you information about:

In this post we want to focus on Christmas, one of the most magical times of the year that, if you live it in the Canary Islands, it will be unforgettable.

Would you like to be at Christmas in the Canary Islands? Keep reading and discover why your family dinner is worth skipping or having dinner together in the Canary Islands.

6 reasons why you should celebrate Christmas in the Canary Islands

When we think of Christmas, we usually think of snowy houses, family dinners and endless shopping days buying gifts.

However, there are many other ways to enjoy this magic time of the year. Can you imagine how it would be like to celebrate  Christmas in the Canary Islands? Stop daydreaming and think about some of the advantages that we discuss below.

Enjoy the Canary Islands weather

The Canary Islands have an wonderful climate. While it’s raining and snowing in other areas of the world at Christmas, this archipelago enjoys endless hours of sunshine and warm temperature.

Spend long days on the beautiful beaches of the Canary Islands and return with an enviable tan to your office. I can’t think of a better way to start the year.



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Don’t miss the Sand Nativity Scene on Las Canteras beach (Gran Canaria)

One of the most typical Christmas traditions in Spain is to visit nativity scenes and one of the most remarkables in the Canaries is the emblematic Bethlehem of Las Canteras beach, in the capital of Gran Canaria.

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It is an immense sculpture made of sand that represent traditional images of the Nativity Scene. Sculptors from all over the work use tons of sand to create this work of art that a lot of people visit during Christmas time.

This is different  way of living one of the most classic traditions of this time of the year.

Good flight options

Travelling to the Canary Islands at Christmas is quite simple, because flights among the islands of the archipelago and with the rest of Spain and Europe  are quite good.

There are many schedules offered in flights to the Canary Islands and, if you book early, they are quite cheap.

Besides, the flight only lasts  about three hours, so you do not need many days off for a getaway to spend Christmas in the Canary Islands.

Start the year sea bathing

Far from the superstitions that involve the beginning of the year, there is nothing that can bring you more luck than  sea bathing. Do you know why? There is no better fortune than to start the new year on these incredible beaches.



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Avoid Christmas crowds

This time of year can be stressful  very. Facing long lines to buy gifts in the shops, and attending numerous social events and family meals is part of the Christmas tradition.

Can you imagine what it would be to run away from all this and just rest? For many people, it would be priceless.

Celebrating Christmas in the Canary Islands in an all-inclusive hotel gives you the option of resting and not having to worry about anything. Don’t you think it is worthy?

Wide range of  tourist options

The Canary Islands are not only sun and beach. Its nature, cultural offer, rich gastronomy, and customs make the islands a paradise for those who want to explore the authentic Canarian way of living.

You can take advantage of your Christmas break in the Canary Islands by visiting natural landmarks such as Roque Nublo (in Gran Canaria) or visiting the charming villages of all islands.

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If you decide to go on your Christmas holidays to the Canary Islands, you will have more than one option for the New Year’s toast.

What are the best islands to celebrate Christmas in the Canary Islands?

Now that you have seen that spending the Christmas holidays in the Canary Islands can be a wonderful idea, we are sure you will want to know which island is the best to go on holiday in December.

We know that it is a difficult choice since they all have their charm and in each island you can live unforgettable moments.

However, we have two favorite islands to celebrate Christmas: Gran Canaria and Fuerteventura.

Christmas holidays in Fuerteventura the rest you need

Imagine walking on the  white sand beaches of Fuerteventura while drinking a toast with champagne for celebrating the New Year. Don’t you think it’s a perfect plan?

If you are a summer lover and miss the days of sun and beach, there is no better choice than being at  Christmas in the Canary Islands enjoying the gentle sea breeze.

In Lopesan you can choose IFA  Altamarena, a wonderful all-inclusive hotel on the beachfront with a perfect location in the south of Fuerteventura.

Christmas holidays in Gran Canaria fun guaranteed

If you are looking for plans that are not only based on going to the beach, Gran Canaria is the ideal destination.

On this island, you will find the best parties, natural landscapes, activities to do with children and charming villages in which you will fall in love with their markets and their Christmas traditions.

Without a doubt, the perfect option to celebrate Christmas is going to the Canary Islands.

If you are looking for an all-inclusive accommodation during your trip,  at Lopesan, we recommend you to stay in Abora Catarina by Lopesan Hotels, an oasis of comfort to disconnect at Christmas as you deserve.

Do you want to celebrate Christmas in the Canary Islands? Let yourself be carried away of spending Christmas time in a different way and come to visit us. Contact us to help you plan your vacations in one of our hotels.


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