8) The Canary Islands
The temperatures in the Canary Islands do not change much, ranging from a high of 81 in July and August, to a low temperature of 69 in January. While there is a little rain in the cooler months, it is almost completely dry between June and August. The seven islands that make up the Canary Islands offer many beautiful sights and activities. There are five national parks on the islands, and Tenerife, in the Teide National Park, has the highest mountain in Spain. A major festival, the Santa Cruz Carnival, which is called one of the biggest in Europe, is held on Tenerife every February – and it’s still warm. People come from all over the world to see the costumes, hear the music, and enjoy the festive atmosphere.
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