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Keep your passport safe while visiting the Canary Islands

British consulates in Las Palmas and Tenerife have joined forces with airport authorities to warn visitors of the consequences of losing a passport while on holiday As part of a joint initiative with the British Consulate, all airports in the Canary Islands are now displaying digital banners advising passengers to keep their passports safe while on holiday.Full Article

Carnival museum could open in summer of 2016

Santa Cruz could have its long-awaited Carnival museum by the summer of 2016. The governing board of the city council has approved the contract spefications involving an investment of ...Full Article

Brits still lead the way as Spain breaks all tourism records

Tourism figures are hitting an all-time high in SpaIn, with British visitors still leading the way. Figures for the first six months of 2015 show 29.2 million inbound tourists, ...Full Article

Las Teresitas for weddings

Las Teresitas beach in Santa Cruz is to allow weddings, with up to 100 guests. Spain’s coastal department has given the go-ahead for the celebrations which require prior permission ...Full Article

Canary government calls for halt on educational changes

The Canary Government has taken exception to new European proposals which have been designed to improve education in the 21st century. Known as Lomce, the scheme contains a raft ...Full Article

Canary issues top of agenda during consulate meeting

Support for British residents and sustainable tourism topped the agenda during a recent meeting between the British Consul for the Canary Islands, Charmaine Arbouin, and newly-elected President of the ...Full Article

Broadband boost with new Los Realejos project

Movistar has pledged to invest one million euros to offer 3OOMG in 3,500 homes in the municipality of Los Realejos. Work has already started on the project and it ...Full Article

Best news on job tally for ten years provides new optimism

The Spanish economy created 411,800 jobs in the second quarter of the year when compared with the first, which represents an absolute record in the last ten years and ...Full Article

Tenerife welcomes increased spending and more Spanish visitors

Tenerife appears to be achieving two important parts of a tourism ambition, namely an increase in Spanish visitors and higher spending by holiday-makers. The latest figures show domestic tourism ...Full Article

Capital’s pool will get 1.5m euro facelift at last

The municipal pool of Acidalio Lorenzo in Santa Cruz is to get a 1.5 million euro facelift. The city council has approved plans which will they hope will transform ...Full Article
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