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Canaries welcoming first holidaymakers today as new norm dawns

Holidaymakers have been arriving for the first time in Spain, including Tenerife, today after the Spanish  government lifted EU border restrictions. As of Sunday, June 21st, the country is no longer under the State of Emergency although the “new norm” is far from normality and each autonomous regions has put its own rules in place, including ...Full Article

Cabildo warning to older folk over false surveys

Tenerife Cabildo is warning that a survey is being circulated through social networks and whatsapp that relates, in a misleading way, to the department of social ...Full Article

Spain will NOT quarantine British holidaymakers in U-turn announcement the night before EU borders reopen

Spain will NOT quarantine Brits when they arrive on holiday, the government has confirmed. Spanish Foreign Minister, Arancha Gonzalez Laya has confirmed this evening that British tourists ...Full Article

The Adeje School of Music and Dance is accepting student renewals

The renewals can be presented online until June 26th and registrations for new students will be from July 6th to 17th The Adeje School of Music and Dance, ...Full Article

Arona warning over San Juan bonfires

Arona has suspended the bonfires of San Juan to avoid crowds.The council announced weeks ago the suspension of all recreational and leisure events until, at least, ...Full Article

Spain unlikely to ask Brits to take a coronavirus test either before travelling OR when they arrive

British tourists heading for Spain are “highly unlikely” to be forced to take a coronavirus test, either before they leave the UK or on arrival at ...Full Article

Adeje is inviting RENEWALS in sports sessions, art and English classes

Registered users will receive an SMS in the coming days offering an appointment for renewal times The Adeje sports department, under Councillor Adolfo Alonso Ferrera, has ...Full Article

Madrid fear coronavirus could be spread through new airport arrivals after EU borders declared open from June 21st

Spain’s airports insist they are “ready and able” to deal with a new influx of international travellers despite fears that tourists from countries with a higher ...Full Article

Authorities to evict illegal settlers in La Caleta

IllegaL settlements spoiling beauty  spots in La Caleta are to be evicted, it has been confirmed. Tenerife Cabildo, through the natural environment and security management department, ...Full Article

Canary president looks ahead to new norm on June 21st

The president of the Canary Islands, Ángel Víctor Torres, participated on Sunday morning in the 14th and last telematic conference of presidents of the autonomous communities ...Full Article
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