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Entries open for Tenerife Bluetrail 2020 as Fred Olsen renews sponsorship

Tenerife Cabildo and Fred Olsen have signed their commitment to the Tenerife Bluetrail 2020. The act of signing the agreement took place in the Noble Hall of the island corporation, with the presence of the Minister of Education, Youth, Museums, Culture and Sports, Concepción María Rivero; the insular director of Sports, Laura Castro; and Fred Olsen fleet director, Juan ...Full Article

Lanzarote sets its sights on worldwide music festival fame

Lanzarote wants to become known as a tourist destination for top-level music festivals of all kinds The island’s Cabildo is working on a new branding and says diversification is ...Full Article

La Laguna counts down to La Noche en Blanco

La Laguna has opened the registration period to participate in La Noche en Blanco 2019 (LNB 2019), which will take place on Saturday, November 16th. The department of commerce ...Full Article

Granadilla marks 500th annniversary of historic circumnavigation

Granadilla de Abona has been celebrating the commemoration of the 500th anniversary of the landing of the fleet of Fernando de Magallanes and Juan Sebastián Elcano in the surroundings ...Full Article

Another first for Arona with social housing facelift

Arona has taken another step in its first social housing regeneration project. The local council is putting out to tender the drafting of the project and construction management for ...Full Article

Brit wanted on child sex abuse charges arrested in Tenerife

A British man wanted to answer sex offences has been arrested in Tenerife after evading police by living in abandoned caves, on the beach and in squats. The 58-year-old ...Full Article

Artistic school offers a huge range of courses

Los Realejos has opened its Artistic School courses with 520 students enrolled The municipality has already consolidated an offer of up to 19 training disciplines for users of all ...Full Article

Canaries to study change in current tourism model

The Canary Government and the World Tourism Organisation have agreed on the need to change the current tourism model. Minister of Tourism, Industry and Commerce, Yaiza Castilla and director ...Full Article

Canaries in show of unity to combat Thomas Cook demise

Hoteliers and tourist chiefs in the Canaries have launched a major campaign to try and save the winter season and head off the potentially devastating effects of the collapse ...Full Article

Spain looks at its tourism promotion to attract new markets

The government has agreed to allocate 33.3 million euros to develop advertising campaigns in countries where Spain is not a consolidated tourist destination. The Council of Ministers authorised the ...Full Article
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