If you are looking for the best infomation on what to do in Tenerife, then you have come to the right place!
What is new for 2014?
As with every year, the anual Tenerife Carnival is set to make a return in March. The festival is actaully the 2nd biggest in the world. Fancy dress is mandaroty and colours of all description are exspected at the music festial. The carnival will be starting in Santa Cruz and on the second night will be in the town of Puerto de la Cruz.
There is set to be a range of musicions and artists playing, both local Canarias and some from as far as San Fransico will make the event.
The island is still in the grip of economic hardship Tenerife has unemployment rate of 75% for under 25's.
Loro Park has has been the scene of much interest with a work being acidenty tranquilised with a dart by a fellow work.
Read the full article in La Opinion
A new language school opens on the south the island. Bable Language Academy. If anyone is interested in either Intensive Spanish group classes or Private Spanish lessons. The BLA academy is open and takign on more language students. The school is based on the south side of Mount Teide in the town only 15 minutes from Aurpuero del Sur.
BLA Tenerife Language School
Plaza Galicia, Local 8, Avenida Magallanes, 38612, El Medano, Tenerife
Telephone: 922 17 94 31
Wix site on Tenrife travelling. Includes some articles about festivals.
Or find further infomation at Study Canarias Spanish School, furteventura. It has everything needed to learn about learning Spanish in the Canary Islands.
Fuereventure named Spanish cultural herirtage place of the year according to the world centre of arts.
For anyone is thinking about moving to the North of Tenerife, near the La Orotava area, check out real estate guide to Puerto de la Cruz, from Puerto properites. They have a whole host of useful infomation points when it comes to find a home. This includes for both long term and shot term rentals. They are run by highly reccomened real estae specialts. Check them out!
Visit their website here, for more information by their hyperlinkl. They are relevent for the entire north of Tenerife, not the whole island. My advice is to live further away from the city centre, in an areas such as Santa Usala or Los Realejos, the property prices are much much lower.