Gran Canaria and Tenerife are the two biggest tourist destinations in the Canary Islands. Las Teresitas in Tenerife is beautiful, as are Playa de las Americas, Playa del Duque and Fañabé. The unique charm of the Canary Islands, an archipelago and autonomous community of Spain in the Atlantic Ocean and close to Africa, comes from its 17th century architecture set in exciting topography. Of 17 islands, Tenerife is the largest and offers a myriad of activities. Whether the cable car ride up to Mount Teide at an altitude of 3,555 meters, a tour of Anaga Rural Park, or sunbathing on the crescent bay in Los Cristianos a llare guaranteed to please. Moreover, you can spend a day playing on the water slides and artificial waves at Siam Park, the Siamese themed water park opened by HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn in 2007.
So Canaries form is an Autonomous Community within Spain. As this island is a part of Spain so the Canaries are also part of the European Union. During you stay in the islands and you can enjoy some exceptions in the fiscal and economic area. The currency in the Canary Islands is the euro same as in Spain.