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The Canary Islands consist of seven main islands: El Hierro, La Gomera, La Palma, Tenerife, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria and Lanzarote, as well as other small islands, like the beautiful island of La Graciosa.
The hotels in the Canary Islands of the IBEROSTAR Hotels & Resorts are located in select areas on the different islands, right on the beach and surrounded by nature.
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Being a popular venue with clothed tourists, the Playa de Papagayo is not a known naturalist hangout.
There are, however, three beaches nearby that are considered suitable; Playa del Congrio, Playa Las Mujeres and Playa del Pozo.
Its pleasant year-round climate, and its natural attractions and entertainment, make these islands the ideal place to enjoy a relaxing family visit, as a couple or with friends.It was included in the "common stonechat" (Saxicola torquata), but it is quite distinct; it is likely to be an insular derivative of ancestral European stonechats that colonised the islands some 1-2 mya, during the Early Pleistocene (Wink et al. The Canary Islands stonechat is intermediate in appearance between the European stonechat and the whinchat; its body size and shape reminiscent of a lithe European robin.Its upperparts are generally coloured as the whinchat, but more contrasting, dark brown with a blackish head and back streaks.It has a purer white supercilium reaching behind the eye and white neck sides, and a light orangey-chestnut breast becoming duller and paler on the underside towards the whitish belly.The rump and tail are dark, the latter with a white pattern visible in flight. The female is similar to a washed-out version of the male, with a brown, black-streaked head and no white neck patches.