The cruise company Pullmantour have announced a winter route around the Canary Islands running 48 cruises between November 2016 and March 2017.
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As more accommodation choices offer better dining options to both residents and non-residents alike, the once popular idea of self catering seems to be replaced by half-board, all-inclusive or at least dining out each night. For a couple there's a vast choice of economic eateries around the resorts meaning self catering doesn't always save you that much money but for a family eating in it can make a difference when budgeting your holiday.
Here in the south of the island where all of the holiday resorts are situated, we have a winter and a summer. In the winter daytime temperatures drop to around 23C and in the summer they hover around the 30C mark and above all day. Winter sees around 4 out of 7 days a week with perfect sunshine whilst in the summer it's pretty much every day.