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Fuerteventura’s heritage is neglected, says Cabildo

Fuerteventura needs to make more of its cultural heritage but there are parts of the island which are falling to bits, it has been claimed. The Cabildo’s culture councillor Andrés Briansó said the new government team had to make this issue a priority as tourists were being denied the chance to see this side of the ...Full Article

Hotels “are breaching rules for heating swimming”

Environmental groups have denounced the use of fossil fuels to heat hotel pools in the Canary Islands. Several organisations claim establishments in the archipelago violate the ...Full Article

German walkers become relic hunters!

Two German tourists became relic hunters when they found an ancient piece of pottery whilst out walking in La Palma. Eric and Helen Hoffstetter have now ...Full Article

La Gomera targets the Benelux countries

La Gomera is to have tourism representation agencies in Benelux (Holland, Belgium and Luxembourg) and France for the first time. This joins the countries of Germany, ...Full Article

La Palma wants new telescope rather than Hawaii

The Social Council of La Palma has agreed to support the possible installation of the Thirty Metre Telescope (TMT) on the summits of the island of ...Full Article

Binter announces new flights to mainland

Binter will connect the Canary Islands on a regular basis with the airports of Pamplona, Zaragoza and Murcia in the next winter season. The airline will ...Full Article

Horse is found in camper van in hold of ferry to Canaries

The Nature Protection Service of the Civil Guard in Lanzarote has denounced a person who was transporting a small horse inside a camper van in the ...Full Article

Lanzarote to link up with Lyon through new easyJet route

EasyJet has announced the opening of a new connection between Lanzarote and the French city of Lyon from this winter. It will be the 15th route ...Full Article

World’s most advanced fast ferry sails into Canaries

The catamaran “Tagoro Volcano’”, the world’s most advanced fast ferry, has joined the fleet of the Trasmediterranean Armas Group. It docked for the first time in ...Full Article

Culture chiefs back audiovisual projects

The Canary Islands Government, through its General Directorate of Cultural Promotion, has resolved to support a total of 21 new audiovisual projects presented by companies on ...Full Article
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