We’ll show you why the Canary Islands are the world’s top LGTB destination. Each of our islands has something different to offer. Fancy getting to know them? Gran Canaria is one of the world’s major LGTB destinations and probably the first choice for anyone looking for sun, beaches and relaxation at any time of year. The tourism area of Maspalomas has been welcoming LGTB tourists for decades, which is why a large part of its accommodation options are gay friendly. Even so, no other place has such a large concentration of accommodation exclusively for gays and lesbians. Fuerteventura, and in particular Corralejo, has a range of quieter options for LGTBs and offers more of a mixture. The white sand beaches with turquoise water stretch as far as the eye can see. Tenerife is one of Europe’s top tourism destinations. The views from Teide volcano enthral millions of visitors every year. Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Puerto de la Cruz and the beaches in the south have a well-established LGTB scene. Lanzarote is magic, with its dark horizon, white-washed villages, volcanoes, caves, cliffs and lava fields, and above all, the beaches! In Puerto del Carmen you’ll find a small 100% gay zone. The three smaller islands aren’t into the nightlife scene, but they’re just as gay and lesbian friendly as the others. La Gomera and La Palma will reveal the most romantic spots you can imagine: ancient forests, misty valleys, stunning views from the heights… You’ll understand what we mean when you take your partner’s hand and look out over spectacular valleys, the sea of clouds at the summits, the beauty of the night sky… And finally, El Hierro, Spain’s most western and most southern island, furthest from the capital cities, far removed from mass tourism, shopping, tourist attractions… from everything. Hopefully it’ll stay that way, because it’s just the place for switching off and enjoying nature at its most undisturbed.