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Two hotels in Canaries trial Thomas Cook’s

Reserving sunbeds has always been a bone of contention when you go on holiday and see towels all over the place but now an official scheme is to be tried, including in the Canaries!Full Article

Canaries hit one million followers on Facebook

Tourism chiefs have been hailing the success of promoting the Canary Islands via the internet They believe they have cracked the key to success and are now able to ...Full Article

Fuerteventura plans new app as part of footpath project

Fuerteventura’s Cabildo has entrusted the public company Gesplan with the conservation, signalling and maintenance service of the island’s footpath network.Full Article

Budget delays are putting La Gomera road projects at serious risk

La Gomera is protesting over a major delay in implementing “vital” road improvement projects.Full Article

Miracle escape as La Gomera tourist bus overturns inches from ravine

A party of British holidaymakers will have a rather unfortunate memory of beautiful La Gomera after experiencing a miracle escape from disaster.Full Article

Minimum wage call for Canary workers could lead to general strike

Two of the leading unions in the Canary Islands, the UGT and CCOO have not ruled out a general strike within the archipelago in 2018 over continuing wage demands.Full Article

“Living museum” in Las Palmas is the place to visit

Gran Canaria’s Cabildo says it is delighted with the success of its living museum, the Casa de Colon in Las Palmas.Full Article

Are you an unconventional tourist? New Canary initiative could help

Tourism chiefs in the Canary Islands have launched a new initiative aimed at the “gourmet” traveller who wants to taste something different on their visit to the archipelago.Full Article

La Gomera’s whistling language is “under threat from changes” says Cabildo

La Gomera has once again sprung to the defence of its unique whistling language, saying the ancient tradition is being changed and is under threat.Full Article

Couple had cocaine strapped on them

A man and woman have been arrested for trying to smuggle cocaine into Lanzarote.Full Article
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