We’ve been watching the geese fly south for winter and so are we, the snowbirds flocking to the Canaries.
Word comes to us from our friends in the seven islands that there has been a rush to renest there from our own cuckoo islands.
There are 2,713,621 scheduled airline seats from the UK to the Canaries this winter, a 30% rise from pre-Covid 2019/20.
And in Ireland there are 289,063 scheduled airline seats to Las Islas Canarias this winter.
And that’s a 38% spike in capacity from winter three years ago.
Now one of the most common questions we’re asked here at this time of the year is where’s good to holiday in the winter.
And thankfully our friends, the travel providers, have the answers with these deals.
TUI dangles a Christmas week from December 19 in Gran Canaria at the 3* Rocamar in Puerto Rico at €599pps.
And a fortnight half-board from December 28 at the 3*+ Hotel Catalonia, Las Vegas in Puerto De la Cruz from €1,189pps, €3,349 (2+1).
While if you prefer to start the new year on a beach in our favourite, Tenerife…
Then six nights from January 4 at the all-inclusive 3* Catalonia Punts Del Rey in Las Caletillas from €499pps, €1,449pps (2+1).
Or seven nights from January 16, self-catering, in the 3* Monte Feliz in Bahia Feliz in Gran Canaria from €469pps.
Irish travel specialists Cassidy are also in on the action.
With a seven-night all-inclusive at the 4* Catalonia Punta Del Rey from €929pps including return flights & accommodation.
Here and across the Canarian deals you’ll want to avail of their pools, saunas and wellness.
And the Iberian pastime of paddel, the caged tennis-squash hybrid which I was converted to in Quinto da Lago.
So whichever of these Canarian crackers you choose then just follow those geese.
And be part of the snowbirds flocking to the Canaries this winter.