Friday, July 15, 2016

Brighter outlook for Las Teresitas beach and other stories

Las Teresitas beach

Brighter outlook for Las Teresitas beach
PLANS for the controversial Las Teresitas beach are coming along nicely, and the latest information really catches the eye. The Gestur company’s new vision for the urban, Santa Cruz beach – which has remained virtually unchanged over the last 20 years – reveals some interesting details.

Tenerife’s first Outlet centre to open in Adeje
The press was given a preview of the new CC Galeón Outlet centre this morning ahead of the public opening at 10am on Saturday, 16 July. Located in the heart of El Galeón, in Adeje, the new centre will have 25 shops, a large Hiperdino and 465 parking places. 

Tenerife Has A Passion For Fashion And Cars
It was enough to make Jeremy Clarkson and Chris Evans flip their bonnets, a multitude of cars spread over two parties. For me it was the fashion models at Parque Santiago 6 that revved my engine but for all who attended it was the overall glamour of a Saturday night in the west end of Los Cristianos that made it special.

VII Subida a Guía de Isora delayed because of new law
It’s around this time of year that Guía de Isora Ayuntamiento presents the Subida Guía de Isora, a motor race which normally takes place on the TF463 from Playa de San Juan to Guía de Isora, and which the organizers have sought to preinscribe into the Spanish mountain racing championships. This year, however, the race has been delayed while a solution is sought to new regulations this year ...

Reggae Reigns At Mumes Festival In Arona
What a lucky lot we are in Tenerife, there’s always plenty of music to make our days and nights brighter. Arona has a particularly good record in staging diverse concerts and festivals,most of them free, such was the case with MUMES, a rousing blend of African and Canarian vibes.

Tenerife confident that Brexit won’t stop Brits visiting
Tenerife Tourism Corporation is to launch a new campaign in the UK next week to solidify the relationship between Tenerife and the British market, using the idea of extending a “#BigWarmHug” to British tourists and the trade, including a travel agent incentive to win a holiday to Tenerife.

Fluent in Spanish and having spent 16 years on the island, Pamela Stocks has now been translating, researching and publishing information on customs and events in Tenerife for 25+ years. This takes a considerable amount of time and effort, for which she receives no payment whatsoever. If you find this work useful or interesting, please buy her a coffee. Buy Pamela Stocks a Coffee


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