The combination of the explosive nature of the archipelago and its experience in health tourism has made the Canary Islands the ideal destination for everyone who wants to combine relaxation, sport, health, good food and contact with the environment. Islas Canarias Wellness Delight is the brand that lets visitors to the archipelago know about all the aspects of this area that are available in the archipelago. This includes all the different types of infrastructure, services, treatments, restaurants, activities, etc that are part of ISLAS CANARIAS WELLNESS DELIGHT, so that visitors are guaranteed professional and high quality services under this brand.
The aim is to ensure that visitors return home revitalized and relaxed after their holiday. How? It’s easy: by making the most of all the possibilities offered by the natural resources and the Canarian products offered by the local hotels, services and restaurants.
     
     

Wellness places

You are bound to know many of the natural riches of the Canary Islands already. However, there are more places that really have to be seen. The archipelago is a genuine paradise of natural swimming pools, ponds and hidden beaches. Here we offer a selection of these, and encourage you to go and discover many more.

El Hierro

La Maceta Natural Swimming Pools. Located in the municipality of the same name, these three natural swimming pools are a small paradise.

El Hierro

They are in the middle of the coast of the Valley del Golfo, and are perfectly equipped for bathing.


Charco Azul (Blue Pond). These are two beautiful natural swimming pools of salt water, in front of the sea, adapted to be used safely and comfortably.

La Palma

Nogales Beach. This secluded beach with fine black volcanic sand, on the east coast of the island, is considered to be one of the most beautiful of...

La Palma

the island. Lying at the foot of an impressive cliff, it is revealed to the visitor at the end of an easy path with runs along a cliff face where you can see the different strata of the sediments of lava flows.

El Faro Beach. This beach, along with the towers of the old and the new lighthouses, is an obligatory stop-off point on the coast of Fuencaliente, since, along with Las Salinas, it is classed as a Sight of Scientific Interest. The landscape never fails to impress, with the sight of vines being cultivated on volcanic lava.

La Gomera

Tapahuga Beach. The beaches of Chinguarime, Medio beach and Tapahuga, form three continuous beaches, quite pristine, in the south of the island,...

La Gomera

in the municipality of San Sebastián de La Gomera. They can be reached by a dirt track from the village of Tecina. Their waters are stunningly crystalline, and they are ideal if we are looking for peace and quiet.

Playa Alojera. In the municipality of Vallehermoso, you will find one of the biggest and most beautiful beaches of the island. Surrounded by cliffs, it is 200 metres long and 40 metres wide, and is formed of beautiful black sand of volcanic origin.

Tenerife

Natural swimming pool in Punta de Hidalgo. In the peaceful village of Punta del Hidalgo it is possible to combine a pleasant visit to the area with a bathe...

Tenerife

in the natural swimming pools created by salt water entering directly from the sea, such as that of Arenisco.

El Bollullo Beach. In the municipality of La Orotava, this beautiful, isolated beach of volcanic sand, surrounded by cliffs, is noteworthy for the extreme cleanliness of its waters and its peaceful atmosphere.

Gran Canaria

Guayedra Beach. The perfect place for underwater diving, but also for swimming, though the open sea should be avoided; it is safer in the area protected...

Gran Canaria

by rocks and cliffs.

Las Salinas Beach. Located next to the picturesque Puerto de las Nieves, in the municipality of Agaete, this beach is an enchanting corner which is perfect for those people who want to escape the masses.

Fuerteventura

The Salt Museum. Situated in the town of Las Salinas, this cultural site consists of the saltworks of El Carmen and a museum centre which shows...

Fuerteventura

a general view of the culture that arises around the production of salt. A visit to this centre enables us to find out about the systems devised by humans throughout history to obtain this product, and the ways of life developed by various animals which manage to exist in the saltworks.

Ajuy Beach. By an exotic beach of very fine black sand, in the fishing village of Ajuy, we find a coast full of gigantic caves that belong to the National Monument of Ajuy. The path to the caves is impressive, thanks to the high cliffs that run along this part of the coast.

Lanzarote

Mujeres Beach. This is the largest of the four beautiful beaches of Papagayo, in the south of the island. Visitors will definitely be amazed...

Lanzarote

by the fine golden sand and peaceful turquoise waters, as well as its beautiful views of the dunes in the north of Fuerteventura, and of the islet of Lobos.

El Caletón Blanco Beach. A windy beach with calm waters, this is one of the biggest bays that make up the coastal landscape of Malpaís de la Corona, and which is characterized by white sands that contrast with black lava rocks.

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