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Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Final review of carnival 2019

As Carnival 2020 begins this week in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, here is one final look at the Carnival in 2019. Perhaps it's more special to me because I was there, but I do feel that this video so superbly portrays not just the look, but also the feel of this amazing festival.

Vídeo resumen del Carnaval 2019

Throughout this year, we've published photos and videos of all of the candidates and winners who took part in the three carnival queen categories, as well as all of the participating comparsa groups. Here is an index to all of those participants:

Carnival Queen 2019

Junior Carnival Queen 2019

Senior Carnival Queen 2019

Comparsas 2019

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Monday, January 20, 2020

Puerto de la Cruz Carnival 2020

Carnival International Puerto de la Cruz 2020

The theme of the International Carnival in Puerto de la Cruz 2020 is 'Musicals':

  • Friday 7 February - Inauguration of Carnival 2020 in Puerto de la Cruz
  • Sunday 9 February - Contest of Junior Murgas of the North
  • Monday 10 February - First Phase of the Murgas of the North Contest
  • Tuesday 11 February - Second Phase of the Murgas of the North Contest
  • Saturday 15 February - Grand Final of the Murgas of the North Contest
  • Sunday 16 February - Gala Election to the Junior Throne
  • Thursday 20 February - Gala Election of the Carnival Queen
  • Saturday 22 February - Opening Parade
  • Sunday 23 February - Costume Contest and Daytime Carnival
  • Monday 24 February - Ritual of 'Matar a la Culebra
  • Tuesday 25 February - Rally of Vintage Cars
  • Wednesday 26 February - Burial of the Sardine
  • Thursday 27 February - Reception of the German Ambassador
  • Friday 28 February - Mascarita Ponte Tacón (Men's High Heels Marathon)
  • Saturday 29 February - Carnival Main Parade

Not listed on the town hall's website, but it is thought that there must be a carnival closing party on Sunday 1 March.

Mataculebra is an ancient ritual that came to the islands at the end of the 19th Century with Canarian emigrants who returned from Cuba, the origin of which dates back to the African slaves of the Caribbean island, with music, dance and theatrical representation.

The interchange between Tenerife and Düsseldorf began in 1972 with the help of key figures in the recent history of the city's tourism development, such as Horst Morgenbrod, Eduardo Lobenstein or Gregorio Etner. The idea was to promote Puerto de la Cruz and Tenerife in the Rhine-Westphalia region, one of the most prosperous in Germany.

One of the icons of the Carnival of Puerto de la Cruz, where hundreds of daring participants compete, dressed as 'suggestive ladies', to reach the finish line in shoes with huge platforms, running through the cobbled streets of the municipality. 

Mascarita Ponte Tacón 2019

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Almond Blossom Routes 2020

Almond blossom

As in previous years, there are several options scheduled for the Rutas de Almendros en Flor 2020 (Almond Blossom Routes), between 25 January to 15 February.

The routes on offer this year are:
  • Saturday, 25 January 9am - Short general walk (4 hours, medium difficulty, minimum age 8). 
  • Saturday, 25 January 9am - Long general walk (5 hours, high difficulty, minimum age 12).
  • Saturday, 1 February 9am - Family Route (3 hours, low difficulty, minimum age 6). 
  • Saturday, 8 February 9am - "Without Barriers" route for the disabled, the elderly and their carers. Sign language translation (Spanish) available, as well as a species of sedan chair for those with mobility issues (5 places available). (3.5 hours, low-medium difficulty, minimum age 6) 
  • Saturday, 15 February 9am - Lovers route for couples over 18 years, includes artistic actuations (whatever that means, but open mind might be a good idea) and a photocall (3 hours, low difficulty, minimum age 18)
Includes guide (in Spanish only), insurance and transport.

Booking is essential as there are only limited numbers allowed on each walk.
- The nominal price for each walk is 5 Euros per person.
- The meeting point for all general routes is the Plaza del Santiago del Teide.
- For all routes you need general sports clothes and shoes (preferably mountain boots), coat, raincoat, picnic and water. The use of hiking poles is recommended because of the irregular terrain.
- Bad weather will not be an impediment to carrying out the activity, although the organization reserves the right to suspend it or modify its route if it deems appropriate, especially if it considers that the physical safety of the participants may be impaired.

More information and tickets for these walks can be obtained from the town hall of Santiago del Teide by phone to 922 86 31 27 extension 234 or El Cardón NaturExperience, either online, by visiting them at their offices at the Hotel Meliã Hacienda del Conde, Buenavista del Norte (Monday - Friday 10am - 2pm). Telephone: 922 12 79 38. 

Ruta del Almendro en Flor 2019

Ruta Gastronómica del Almendro en Flor

This year there are numerous complimentary activities to the Almond Blossom Routes, starting with the Gastronomic Route. Twelve bars and restaurants (Bar Restaurante El Patio; Bar Parada; Bar Soto; Bar Plaza; Bar el Café; Bar Arepera KM 101, Bar Restaurante Chinyero; Restaurante Santiago del Teide; Restaurante la Casona del Patio (Hotel Rural); Kiosko El Parque, Crepería Cositas and Bar Cafetería Tropic II) will be offering a variety of menus and breakfasts to visitors and walkers and six shops (Supermercado El Valle; Supermercado Forte, Congelados El Valle; Peluquería Feitiña, Farmacia Santiago del Teide and Gasolinera El Señor del Valle) will have numerous offers related to almonds.

La Ruta Gastronómica del Almendro en Flor, del 25 al 16 de febrero

Farmers & Crafts Markets, Workshops & Music

Also during the season of the walks, there will be Farmers and Crafts Markets held in the Plaza Pública de Santiago del Teide.

On Saturday, 25 January the market's hours will be from 9 am to 5 pm and afterwards, there will be a musical performance by Fran Baraja and the Parranda Blues Band.

Meanwhile, from midday at the Hotel La Casona del Patio a Taller de Repostería con Almendras (Confectionery Workshop with Almonds) will be held, run by the prestigious chef of the Restaurante Aqua, Lucas Maes (requires previous registration).

On Sunday, 26 January, the market will be open from 9 am until 5:30 pm and from 4 pm there will be music from the Fanfarria de Santiago del Teide.

Similarly, on Saturday, February 1, when the Family Route takes place, once more there will be Farmers and Crafts Market from 09:00 hrs. until 5:30 p.m. From 12:00 hrs there will be a workshop “Bombón La Pasada. Almond, cheese and honey ”, run by the Quesería La Pasada (requires prior registration). Also at 4:00 p.m. a musical performance of Güicho and the Band takes place.

On Sunday, February 2, the market again takes place from 09:00 hrs. until 5:30 p.m. and after 4 p.m. will be music from the Orquesta Maraury.

Saturday, February 8, the market will be from 09:00 hrs. until 6:00 p.m. and a cocktail exhibition “a la Almendra”, will start from 12:00 hrs and, finally, a musical performance by Grupo A Contratiempo.

And on Sunday, February 9, from 09:00 hrs. until 5:30 p.m. the public square will again have a market, although it is true that it will not be until 4:00 p.m. when the musical performance by Tuna de Económicas.

Saturday, February 15, the Almendros en Flor “Lovers” Route will be held, while from 09:00 hrs. until 5:00 p.m. the agro-artisan market will once more be held in the Public Square of Santiago del Teide and, from 4:00 p.m., we will be able to enjoy the performance of the “Renassencia” group.

Finally, on Sunday, February 16, from 09:00 hrs. until 5:30 p.m., the public square of Santiago del Teide will have the agro-artisan market and from 4:00 p.m. we can enjoy music from Tío Franklin.

More information through the Department of Culture at ​​the Town Council, on 922 86 31 27, ext. 234. Those who wish to participate in the workshops should contact the Local Development area, by phone 922 83 93 18 and / or 922 83 93 10 or via email develololocal@santiagodelteide.es or by sending a message by WhatsApp via telephone 608 67 10 28.

El Alcalde presentó la Campaña del Almendro en Flor Santiago del Teide 2020

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Bus route 467, Costa del Silencio to La Caleta, to have 24-hour services

Titsa Bus Interchange Tenerife South

Transport Interurbanos de Tenerife (TITSA), the Tenerife bus company, is increasing, from Monday, January 20, the frequency of routes 447, 467 and 473 to offer more coverage to travelers in the south of the island in response to demand.

Route 467 (Costa del Silencio - Las Galletas - Los Cristianos - Costa Adeje - La Caleta) is to have the most improvements. This route will run a 24-hour service, reaching 141 services on work days and 108 on Saturdays and Sundays. Almost 2.5 million travelers had used this route in 2019, representing an increase of 6.51% over the previous year.

In addition, Route 447 (Los Cristianos - Las Américas - San Eugenio – Fañabe - Adeje -Los Olivos) improves its frequency on working days to every 30 minutes. This route starts at 05:30 hours from Las Torres, with the last departure from Los Cristianos at 9:55 p.m. Subsequent schedules are served by route 473.

Route 473 (Los Cristianos - Costa Adeje - Adeje El Cerco - Armeñime - Playa San Juan - Alcalá - Los Gigantes) increases with a service at 23:15 hours, which has been highly demanded by travelers, maintaining the last departure from Los Cristianos at 00:10 hours and from Los Gigantes, at 01:25 hours, totaling 67 trips every day of the week.

La línea 467 de Titsa, que une Costa del Silencio y La Caleta, tendrá servicios las 24 horas

Photo: Vasile Cotovanu [CC BY]

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Sunday, January 19, 2020

Tourists spent 109 million euros in the city of Santa Cruz de Tenerife in 2019

Cruise ships in Santa Cruz de Tenerife

The number of visitors to the capital in 2019 grew 2.6% compared to 2018, reaching 2,472,145, of whom 72% were day trippers and almost 20% cruise passengers

Santa Cruz de Tenerife City Council is to promote the city as a tourist destination at the International Tourism Fair, Fitur, which will take place in Madrid from next Wednesday. Their aim is to showcase the best of a destination that, last year, was visited by 2,472,145 people, of whom 72.7% were day trippers, 19.8% cruise passengers and 7.5% tourists who stayed in the municipality, a growth of 2.6% compared to 2018. These visitors generated spending in the capital of 109 million euros, an important figure for the economy of the city. In addition, tourism activity generated 6,543 jobs in Santa Cruz de Tenerife in 2019. The city's delegation to Fitur will be accompanied by the Carnival Queen of 2019, Priscila Medina, who will wear part of her costume.

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The population of the south of Tenerife has more than doubled so far this century

Playa de las Ámericas from the air 2019

The population of the south of the island reaches 300,000 inhabitants

Pioneers such as Rafael Puig and his son Santiago, began the conquest of the south of the island in 1965 and a year later the resort of Playa de las Ámericas was created. From that time, the initial health tourism in Los Cristianos gave way to mass tourism; and over time, tomato and banana plantations were replaced by hotels and golf courses and the cliffs, by artificial beaches. The southern highway was born, which linked the capital with Los Cristianos and agriculture and fishing workers left to become masons and waiters.

Guía de Isora, Arona and Adeje were depopulating, while coast and urban centers grew along the new road, which reduced the time it took to get from Santa Cruz to Los Cristianos by more than two hours. The highway was the great impulse that the south needed.

In the last half century, the south has not stopped growing and has continued to be El Dorado for thousands of workers who earn their daily bread in hotels, in construction or in the service sector. Many left their families in the north or in La Gomera to move to Granadilla, Arona, Adeje or Guía de Isora, although there are also those who come from other towns in the south or the metropolitan area and the trend continues today, although on a smaller scale because obtaining affordable housing in the south has become a complicated task. There are many citizens who turn down jobs because of it; or who travel to the south by car or bus, despite the loss of time in endless queues.

The lack of training of the native population, especially in languages, has, in turn, allowed the massive arrival of foreign workers, both European and South American, while Asian citizens (Chinese and Indian) take up a good part of the trade, alongside multinational chains. And so, in half a century, the south has gone from being the great unknown of Tenerife to becoming the economic engine of the Island.

Today, it's not surprising that the south is the most prosperous region and, therefore, has increased in population the most. In the twenty years of this century alone, the twelve municipalities of the south from Candelaria to Santiago de Teide have gone from having 145,000 inhabitants to 300,000. In other words, the population has more than doubled. And that's counting only those who are registered. Those tourist-residents who spend half the year in their apartments in Los Cristianos, Costa Adeje, Playa Paraíso, Los Gigantes or El Médano are not counted; nor are those who make their living in the municipalities of the south but sleep in the capital or in the north.

Just get on the TF-1 at seven or eight in the morning to see the river of vehicles that move to the south and the few at that time that travel in the opposite direction. That is the faithful reflection of the labor and population movement. It's worth highlighting the population growth in the last twenty years experienced by Adeje and Arona, the main tourist receivers of the island. Official figures at January 1, 2019 show that Adeje had 47,869 inhabitants, against 14,007 in the year 2000. The progress of Arona has been similar: the council states that the population approaches 100,000, although officially it is estimated at 81,216.

Two other tourist municipalities, Guía de Isora and Santiago del Teide, have grown more moderately, while Granadilla and San Miguel de Abona have almost tripled their populations, due to becoming dormitories for tourist workers.

None of the twelve southern municipalities has lost inhabitants this century, although Arafo did in 2018, quite the opposite of Candelaria, which grows at the pace of the beginning of the century approaching 30,000 inhabitants, while Güímar already reached 20,000.

Within this analysis, we must also not forget that the south has the largest foreign populations in Tenerife; in this order, these include Italians, who only in Arona and Adeje make up 10% of the population; followed by English, Germans and Russians. Meanwhile, Venezuelans, Colombians and Cubans are a majority in Granadilla, with throughout the south the presence of Chinese and Moroccan citizens.

El Sur duplica su población y alcanza los 300.000 habitantes

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Saturday, January 18, 2020

Fiestas of San Sebastián 2020 in La Caleta

Monday 20 January 2020 will see the climax of the Fiestas of San Sebastián, one of the most popular annual events on the south of the island, in La Caleta, Adeje, most famous for the bathing of horses in the sea at La Enramada beach.

Events Program

- January 19 and 20 - PLAZA DE SAN SEBASTIÁN

Exhibition: San Sebastián, a tradition
Outdoor exhibition of photographic images.

- Sunday, January 19, 2020


Mass sung by the Santa Ana Group. During the ceremony, delivery of the relic of San Sebastián donated by the Consul of Italy to the town of Adeje.


Procession with the image of San Sebastián along the usual route, accompanied by the Adeje Town Band. Upon return to the temple, fireworks.


Folklore concert with the groups: Imoque Cultural Association, La Diata and the Group of the Municipal School of Folklore of Adeje.

- Monday, January 20, 2020


Eucharist in honor of San Sebastián sung by the parish choir of Santa Úrsula de Adeje. Then, procession with the image of the Patron Saint through the usual route. Upon completion, traditional animal blessing.

Video: San Sebastian 2019

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Friday, January 17, 2020

Arona's Festival of San Antonio Abad opens the 2020 calendar of romerías in Tenerife

Arona's San Antonio Abad 2020

Arona always bills it's Romería de San Antonio Abad as the the first of the year and in 2020 this is no different. Having seen the Calendar of Romerías in Tenerife 2020, we discover that there's been one already, but we'll let it go. Hey, This Is Tenerife!

These fiestas include a solemn mass and procession on Friday, January 17, followed by a chocolatada, fireworks and dancing to Orquesta Deliciosa. There's workshops, games, traditional sports and the children's festival on Saturday 18 January.

Blessing of animals and free transportation

On Sunday, January 19, at 10:00 a.m., the opening of the crafts fair will take place in the Plaza del Santísimo Cristo de la Salud, while at 11.00 the mass sung by the Parranda Chasnera will be celebrated in the parish church of San Antonio Abad.

After the mass, the Romería of San Antonio Abad pilgrimage will be celebrated, during which the traditional blessing of the animals will take place. Then there's dancing to Orquestas Wamampy and Los Teymar from 3:30 to 10:30 pm.

There's also free transportation to the romería, with departures at 10.00, 11.00 and 12.00 hours from Los Cristianos (Avenida Juan Carlos I, in front of the Infanta Leonor Auditorium) and Playa de las Américas (Calle Noelia Afonso, in front of the Hotel Zentral Center). Return will be 16:00, 17:00 and 18:00 to the same collection points.

Complete information with the program [in Spanish] at www.arona.org

Plaza de la Luz in Los Silos during the Livestock and Crafts Fair

Fiestas of San Antonio Abad in Los Silos

If you're in the north of the island, then the town of Los Silos will also be holding it's Fiestas in honour of San Antonio Abad this weekend, with the Feria del Ganado y Artesanía (Livestock and Crafts Fair) taking place behind the church and in and around the Plaza de la Luz on Sunday 19 January. Information from the town hall is that this is from 2:30 pm, with the blessing of the livestock and pets followed by the Mil Leches Salsa Band.

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Thursday, January 16, 2020

Guide to Romerías in Tenerife 2020

Bajada al Socorro 2013

Romerías in Tenerife are one of the most colourful and fun ways to enjoy the island's traditional fiestas and immerse yourself in some Canarian culture. And as in previous years, the folk from La Casa de Los Balcones have published a 2020 Guide to Romerías in Tenerife, which we reproduce here. Some dates are already confirmed and others remain to be confirmed. We will try to make every effort to keep this list updated.

The romerías arise from religious pilgrimages, made first to Rome (hence the term “romería”), then brought to each municipality making the pilgrimage towards the church. In Tenerife, the oldest celebration not only of the island but of the entire archipelago is the “Romería del Socorro”, celebrated in the municipality of Güímar in September. In 2020, 7 September for the Bajada de la Virgen del Socorro, is a public holiday in Tenerife.

These festivals are accompanied by music, dancing and a lot of food and free-flowing wine. They are public and FREE: all that's required is to turn up and enjoy.


  • 12/01/2020 – Romería in honour of San Antonio Abad – Tigaiga, Los Realejos
  • 19/01/2020 – Romería in honour of San Antonio Abad – Arona
  • 19/01/2020 – Romería in honour of San Antonio Abad – Chío
  • 20/01/2020 – Romería de San Sebastián – Adeje
  • 25/01/2020 – San Antonio Abad – La Matanza de Acentejo
  • 25/01/2020 – El gran puchero y Tradicional Baile de Magos – La Florida, La Orotava
  • 26/01/2020 – Romería in honour of San Antonio Abad y Ntra. Sra. la Virgen de la Esperanza – La Florida, La Orotava [Fiesta de Interés Turístico de Canarias]
  • 26/01/2020 – Romería in honour of San Antonio Abad – Buenavista del Norte
  • (stil to confirm) – Romería in honour of San Antonio Abad – Güímar


  • 26/04/2020 – Romería de San Marcos (Tegueste)


  • (still to confirm) – Paseo Romero – Tíncer, Santa Cruz de Tenerife
  • (still to confirm) – Paseo romero por la Fiesta de La Cruz – Barrio del Calvario, El Sauzal
  • 01/05/2020 – Romería in honour of San Alejo – San Alejo, El Tanque
  • 09/05/2020 – Romería de la Sabina Alta – Fasnia
  • 10/05/2020 – Romería in honour of San Isidro – El Pico – Tejina, La Laguna
  • (still to confirm) – Romería de Ntra. Sra. de Fátima – Valle San Lorenzo, Arona
  • (still to confirm) – Romería in honour of San Isidro – San Isidro, Granadilla de Abona
  • (still to confirm) – Paseo Romero de Aguagarcía, Tacoronte
  • [still to confirm] – Romería de San Matías – Taco, La Laguna
  • 12/05/2020 – Romería San Isidro – Arguayo, Santiago del Teide
  • 13/05/2020 – Romería de la Virgen del Buen Viaje – Santa Cruz de Tenerife
  • 15/05/2020 – Romería Chica – Los Realejos
  • 17/05/2020 – Fiesta Romera en Honor a San Isidro – Guía de Isora
  • 17/05/2020 – Romería in honour of San Isidro Labrador – Valle de Guerra, La Laguna
  • 17/05/2020 – Romería in honour of San Isidro – Guía de Isora
  • 17/05/2020 – Romería in honour of San Isidro Labrador – El Chorrillo, El Rosario
  • 17/05/2020 – Romería in honour of San Isidro Labrador – Ruigómez, El Tanque
  • 17/05/2020 – Romería in honour of Ntra. Señora de Fátima – La Sabinita, Arona
  • 31/05/2020 – Romería de Las Mercedes (La Laguna)
  • 31/05/2020 – Romería in honour of San Isidro Labrador – La Corujera, Santa Úrsula
  • 31/05/2020 – Romería de San Isidro Labrador – Los Realejos


  • (still to confirm) – Paseo Romero – Puerto de la Cruz.
  • 07/06/2020 – Romería de San Isidro – Guamasa, La Laguna.
  • (still to confirm) – Romería de San Isidro Labrador – Barrio de La Mancha, Icod de Los Vinos.
  • (still to confirm) – Romería de San Antonio de Padua – Granadilla de Abona.
  • (still to confirm) – Romería de San Isidro – Tacoronte.
  • 21/06/2020 (17:30hrs) – Romería de San Juanito – Igueste, Candelaria.
  • 21/06/2019 [still to confirm] – Paseo Romero de San Juanito – Punta del Hidalgo, La Laguna.
  • 28/06/2020 – Romería de San Isidro – Las Carboneras, La Laguna.
  • 18/06/2020 – Infraoctava del Corpus Christi de La Orotava (día de las alfombras).
  • 20/06/2020 – Subida del Santo – La Orotava.
  • 21/06/2020 – Romería de San Isidro – La Orotava [Fiesta de Interés Turístico Nacional].


  • 04/07/2020 – Romería in honour of Santa Isabel de Portugal en El Fraile (Arona)
  • 05/07/2020 – Romería in honour of Santo Hermano Pedro de San José de Betancur – Llano del Moro, El Rosario.
  • 12/07/2020 – Romería in honour of San Benito de Abad – La Laguna [Fiesta de Interés Turístico]
  • 12/07/2020 – Paseo Romero con carros (tractores agrícolas) engalanados – Barrio de Ravelo – El Sauzal
  • 15/07/2020 – Romería chica in honour of Santa Ana y San Roque de la Villa y Puerto y Baile de Magos de San Roque – Garachico
  • 14/07/2020 – Embarcación de la Virgen del Carmen – Puerto de La Cruz
  • (still to confirm) – Romería de Santa Ana y San Joaquín – El Ortigal, La Laguna
  • (still to confirm) – Romería in honour of la Virgen del Carmen – Los Campitos, Santa Cruz de Tenerife
  • 26/07/2020 – Romería de Las Nieves – Finca España, La Laguna
  • 26/07/2020 – Romería in honour of S. Antonio Abad y Sagrado Corazón de Jesús – El Portezuelo (Tegueste)
  • 26/07/2020 – Romería in honour of San antonio abad – Aguamansa (La Orotava).


  • 02/08/2020 – Romería in honour of la Virgen de Nuestra Señora de La Esperanza – El Rosario
  • 08/08/2020 – Bajada de las Hayas – La Guancha
  • 14/08/2020 – Romería de la Candelaria – Candelaria
  • 16/08/2020 – Romería in honour of San Roque – Garachico
  • 16/08/2020 – Romería de San Roque – Chiguergue, Guía de Isora
  • 16/08/2020 [still to confirm] – Romería in honour of San Luis Rey – El Charco del Pino, Granadilla de Abona
  • 16/08/2020 (still to confirm) – Romería Barquera in honour of San Casiano – Las Galletas, Arona
  • Finales de agosto [still to confirm] – Corazones de Tejina – Tejina, La Laguna
  • 23/08/2020 – Romería in honour of San Roque y San Agustín – Vilaflor
  • 29/08/2020 – Romería in honour of San Agustín – Arafo
  • 29/08/2020 – Romería in honour of San Isidro – La Victoria de Acentejo


  • (still to confirm) – Romería Barquera en Honor a San Blas – Los Abrigos, Granadilla de Abona
  • 07/09/2020 – Bajada de la Virgen del Socorro – Güímar
  • 08/09/2020 – Subida de la Virgen del Socorro – Güímar
  • (still to confirm) – Romería in honour of Santa María de la Cabeza y San Isidro Labrador – Benijos, La Orotava
  • 12/09/2020 – Romería in honour of San José – San José, San Juan de La Rambla
  • 12/09/2020 – Romería de los Roques – Desde el casco de Fasnia a Los Roques
  • (still to confirm) – Romería Barquera in honour of Nuestra Señora de Las Mercedes – El Médano, Granadilla de Abona
  • (still to confirm) – Romería in honour of San Miguel de Abona – San Miguel de Abona


  • 04/10/2020 – Romería de La Perdoma (La Orotava)
  • 18/10/2020 – Romería en Honor a Santa Úrsula – Adeje


  • (still to confirm) – Romería del Volcán en Santiago del Teide

Photo: Jose Mesa, Some rights reserved.

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Wednesday, January 15, 2020

Carnival Queen Candidate in Santa Cruz de Tenerife 2019 Laura García Repo

Laura García Repo at the Rhythm and Harmony Saturday 2 March 2019

Whether looking back once more at Santa Cruz de Tenerife Carnival 2019, or forward towards Santa Cruz de Tenerife Carnival 2020 - which takes place between Friday, 21st February 2020 and Sunday, 1st March 2020 - we can't resist another look at the candidates who aspired to become carnival queens in 2019.

The final one of the candidates from last year, is Laura García Repo in a costume entitled, "LA POMPADOUR", designed by Borja Abreu and representing Ron La Indiana

Laura García Repo | Gala de la Reina | Carnaval S/C Tenerife 2019

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Tenerife Land of Eternal Christmas

Sunbathing SantaDesert Island ChristmasScuba Diving SantaTropical Santa
Santa's Having a Whale of a TimeSurfing SantaWaterski SantaCamel Rodeo Santa
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