The Canary Islands is a small archipelago lying off the coast of Morocco in North Africa. The islands are a semi-autonomous community of Spain, which has controlled the islands since the 15th century. The groups consists of seven main islands, the most well known of which are Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, Fuerteventura, and Tenerife. The islands are volcanic in origin and of fairly recent vintage, which explains some of the spectacular natural scenery of the Canaries and also their extensive use as movie filming locations. The islands offer a huge range of outdoor activities, ranging from epic hiking treks to amazing surfing to the world’s best kiteboarding on Fuerteventura according to National Geographic. Here is a collection of the best drone videos of these Islas Canarias. Aerial photo: “Tindaya, Sacred Mountain” by AirVuz contributor and drone pilot Paride Musci.
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