Embark on a culinary journey to discover gofio in the Canary Islands, the enduring staple that is at the heart of Canarian heritage and cuisine.
Aemet spokesperson Víctor Quintero suggests that due to the storm Gerrit the Islands might experience rainfall starting from New Year’s Eve, with the likelihood of heavier downpours on 1 January 2024.
In its 41st edition, CIT Puerto de la Cruz has chosen to highlight the efforts and contributions made by various entities towards the betterment of the municipality and the island.
Discover the allure of Tenerife in December, a time when the island transforms into a haven for travellers. This overview showcases the island’s stunning natural beauty and the rich, local cultural experiences available during the festive season, ensuring visitors have a memorable and enjoyable stay.
The Canary Islands are reinforcing their focus on attracting remote workers, a search for teleworkers to experience working from an office in “the best climate in the world”.
This week, Puerto de la Cruz in Tenerife is abuzz with the splendour of the 9th International Agatha Christie Festival, showcasing an impressive roster of over 60 curated activities for literary aficionados.
Mount Teide is a majestic natural wonder and the pinnacle of the Canary Islands’ Tenerife. It’s not only Spain’s highest peak but also the third-largest volcano in the world, exuding geological splendour.
The Canary Islands’ cuisine, rich in cultural influences and natural diversity, offers many specialties, including the celebrated ‘queso asado’ or grilled cheese. This simple yet delicious dish embodies the flavourful essence of the archipelago’s gastronomy.
The economic engine and wine culture in the Canary Islands are deeply intertwined with the principles of “responsible, sustainable, and accessible development,” fostering a direct connection with the environment.
Embarking on a journey through the origins, flavours, and challenges of bananas in the Canary Islands.