A summer of live music on Tenerife
A sultry evening, good food, live music, a buzzing friendly atmosphere and a Mount Teide backdrop. Those are pretty seductive ingredients, and ones we get to lap up a lot during summer months on Tenerife.
Bay swim – travesía a nado – in Alcalá tomorrow
This year, the swim starts at 10am from playa de La Jaquita and swimmers will make for Playita de Alcalá, near the Plaza del Llano, a race of 1,500m. Nearly 150 swimmers will be taking part.
Monday, 15 August is a public holiday
Just a reminder that next Monday, 15 August, is a public holiday for Asunción (Assumption of the Virgin Mary into Heaven), the fiestas patronales for the whole island, and the focal point of the celebrations is the veneration of the Virgin in Candelaria itself. Banks, most offices and many shops will be closed.
Travesía a nado in Los Cristianos Monday 15 August
If you’re wondering what to do on the bank holiday next Monday, 15 August, you could always pop into Los Cristianos where the 4th Travesía a nado will be taking place at Playa de Las Vistas.
XXIII Muestra Folclórica de los Pueblos – summer’s traditional dancing in El Médano
Granadilla Ayuntamiento has announced the 23rd Muestra Folclórica de los Pueblos, a very popular annual event that sees El Médano’s plaza full of dancing and entertainment from 9pm each evening between 15 and 21 August.
Cabildo announces major improvements to TF66 Valle San Lorenzo to Guaza road
The Tenerife Cabildo One announced yesterday that it has approved an investment of €2,164,730 in improving the TF66, the major arterial road that runs from Valle San Lorenzo to Guaza, and providing links to Buzanada, Cabo Blanco and la Camella.
Tenerife Walking Festival 2017
The last two years have been a great success, and it seems that the event continues to build on its own success. The Cabildo says that the festival offers “routes among Tenerife’s most spectacular natural surroundings. varied and appealing complementary activities, and its characteristic spirit of environmental respect will again be the identifying mark”.