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Tenerife in March 2021

View of the sea through a window in Tenerife

March 2021 is probably going to be the quietest on record. Even if life had continued as normal, carnival in Santa Cruz would have been over and with Easter not until early April, there are no public holidays and no municipal holidays during the month. All we have is an online or television window through which to view the virtual carnival events culminating with 'La Canción del Siglo' (Song of the Decade) and 'La Noche de las Comparsas' (The Night of the Comparsas), broadcast on 5 and 6 March respectively, and gala, ‘Santa Cruz, Corazón del Carnaval’ (Santa Cruz, Heart of Carnival) on March 7. 

There are still no romerías, fiestas or other mass events taking place, because of the pandemic. The Palo Blanco Hillclimb is scheduled to take place on Saturday 27 March, but we cannot say whether public will be permitted.

Friday, 19th March 2021 is Día del Padre (Father's Day) in Spain. In Catholic Europe, celebrated on March 19 (St. Joseph's Day) since the Middle Ages.

Tenerife Land of Eternal Christmas

Sunbathing SantaDesert Island ChristmasScuba Diving SantaTropical Santa
Santa's Having a Whale of a TimeSurfing SantaWaterski SantaCamel Rodeo Santa
With a wide range of products in each design, click the pics (above) to see the full selections.