The Canary Islands have for a long time been a sun shine state for the British holiday makers to retreat to, especially those who prefer not to fly. Each time you visit the islands you can find new things to do. Doris Visits tries to offer you some of the many options you might like to consider before you revisit somewhere you thought you knew well and connect you with others to expand the knowledge base. This Atlantic Ocean cruise ranges from Spain, down past the Canaries to Cape Verde off the African Coast. The most common cruise is the Canary Islands, but it can be flavoured with Morocco. See how interesting it can be.

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