February is, without a doubt, one of the best months to book our next vacation. Focusing on Holy Week (Easter) or the expected summer holidays, there is no better time than these first moments of the year to get familiar with the selection and to study each destination, offering you peace of mind.
Although there are many and varied destinations in our geography, this month in Luxury Hotels and Resorts we have opted for those destinations in which the virgin beaches are still (and hopefully for a long time) the main claim.
The ever idyllic Tenerife
The contrasts have much to say in Tenerife and it is that in this island (which is not too extensive) that we can move from a beach frequented by tourists to a virtually untouched and natural one. Beaches such as those found in the south of the Canary Island and among which we can highlight some as the Playa de la Garañona (difficult access especially for those who aspire to access it in sandals and loaded with tackle) or Playa del Confital.
Fuerteventura, fresh air and relaxation
One that is considered one of the most natural islands of those that compose the Canary archipelago is also a temple for those who look to lose themselves in natural calm beaches and with little bustling. The most popular unspoiled beaches of the island are Cofete (difficult to reach and far from the tourist centers) and the beaches of Corralejo.
Hippies aromas in Ibiza
With its hippy spirit that will last forever, the island of Ibiza is bustling on the one hand (especially at night and in the summer months) and really quiet on the other. Of all the zones, those of the interior and those near Santa Eulalia del Río that take the palm in peace and silence. Although there are few virgin beaches, there is nothing better than preferring solidarity and quietness. Some examples are Cala Llentrisca, Atlantis and Cala Olivera.
Where to stay in Tenerife, Fuerteventura and Ibiza
Although finding accommodation in the natural beaches is more than a feat (something that can only be achieved if we travel with a “caravan or tent” plan), the fact is that the dimensions of these three islands allow us to enjoy the advantages of a good hotel without having to give up spending a whole day of swimming at beaches that are barely frequented by locals or tourists.
So, while in Tenerife the best option is to choose the IBEROSTAR Grand Hotel Salomé; our hotel recommendation in Fuerteventura is the IBEROSTAR Playa Gaviotas Park, while IBEROSTAR Santa Eulalia is considered (by location and quality/price) as the best option in Ibiza.