~Things To See and Do, Activities, Where to Eat, Where to Stay in the Canary Islands~
This volcanic island offers you a rich variety of interesting places to visit, a wealth of attractions as well as some beautiful towns and villages. Tenerife is dominated by the large, dormant volcano of Mount Teide and the island rises steeply from all directions up to the snowy tip of Mount Teide.
Nature areas are one of the most precious possessions of the Canary Islands. There are so many and they are so different that it’s almost impossible to find an adjective that describes them all. Forests, sand dunes, volcanoes, natural pools. Unspoiled nature which paints the landscapes of the islands with contrasts.
The Canary Islands are rich in history, culture, traditions and feature some time-honoured sports that have been practiced for centuries. Guided by the island’s prodigal son - César Manrique - Lanzarote has managed to develop some truly stunning cultural centres, museums and art galleries.
~Things To See and Do, Places to Visit in the Canary Islands~
~Food and Drinks in the Canary Islands~
the Canary Islands has a huge choice for eat and drink, with beautiful stylish restaurants. When it comes to restaurants, the Canary Islands have an enviable variety. From Canarian cuisine to Japanese sushi and traditional British grub up and down the island you’ll find a plethora of great tastes and imaginative menus.
CHAR Modern cocina & grill
Ventures latest restaurant CHAR is situated in the chic fishing village of La Caleta. Robert NG´s vision was to bridge an urban concept whilst maintaining its historical ambience for a truly unforgettable dining experience.
~Things to do in the Canary Islands, Activities and Family Activities~
~Shopping, Health & Wellbeing in the Canary Islands~
Make sure to discover the Canary Island’s diverse neighbourhoods, from tranquil suburbs to central areas full of shopping, entertainment and dining options.
the Canary Islands have independent shops dotted throughout the islands, though there are some streets with more shops than others. There are also a number of specialist shops, including jewellers, art galleries, toy stores, antiques dealers and seaside gift shops, as well as countless boutiques.
~Local News from the Canary Islands~
The Government of the Canary Islands’ Emergency and Rescue Group (GES) air and ground forces have carried on with the search for the individual who went missing last Saturday off the coast of El Sauzal (Tenerife), where rough sea conditions persist, as reported by 1-1-2. Search Is Ongoing for Man Who Fell Into Sea on […]
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Ruling the stage at the Tenerife Fairgrounds for the Queen’s Gala, the eleven aspirants for the Queen of the Santa Cruz de Tenerife Carnival 2024 showcased their grand costumes on Wednesday, February 7. Onl one will claim the prestigious title, while four will stand alongside as bridesmaids. Unfortunately, six will miss out on the accolades.
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SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE, Jan. 22 (EUROPA PRESS) – The General Directorate of Emergencies of the Government of the Canary Islands has declared a wind alert situation on the island of El Hierro while the rest of the autonomous community will remain on pre-alert. The alert will come into force this Tuesday from 6:00 a.m. […]
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The Three Kings holiday is tinged with inconvenience for more than 4,000 travelers whose plans are altered by the cancellations resulting from the Iberia handling staff strike. A total of 20 flights will be suspended, affecting 12 connections from Las Palmas airport and 8 in Tenerife North. Behind this situation, shocking stories are revealed, some […]
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Egg shells and cartons, corks, toothpicks, actimeles, cans, buttons, cotton and even pine needles. Any material can find a new use before being discarded and can even be transformed into Saint Joseph, the Virgin or the Child to give life to curious recycled nativity scenes. If Christmas is a time for family and excitement, especially […]
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