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The Ministry of Health of the Government of the Canary Islands has activated an alert due to high temperatures in several municipalities on the island of Gran Canaria: Mogán, Santa Lucía de Tirajana, Agüimes, Ingenio, San Bartolomé de Tirajana and La Aldea de San Nicolás.
Mogán City Council has presented the program for the 5th Summer Mango and Avocado Fair that will take place in the municipality (Playa de Mogán) next Sunday, September 4, starting at 10:00 a.m.
After a heated summer season, you would think that the weather would start to cool down in Fuerteventura in September. But this is totally not the case.
September is our favorite month to visit Lanzarote. The weather in September is still hot, but not quite as hot as in August. Also, after the first week of September passes the big summer crowds start to disappear, as schools start the new year all across Europe. Just don't imagine that you'll have the island all to yourself since Lanzarote is a year-round destination, and it's lively and busy even in winter.
In Tenerife, and in the Canary Islands in general, the month of September is still regarded as a summer month, although officially the autumn season has begun. But not in the Canaries! Over here, summer lasts a little bit longer...
Anfi del Mar is one of Gran Canaria's most beautiful beaches, with white sand brought from the Caribbean, which gives it an idyllic look, which is why it's so popular among visitors.
El Balcón viewpoint in Gran Canaria is located in the municipality of La Aldea de San Nicolás, which is the island's westernmost municipality.
Large parts of the Canary Islands archipelago will be under a warning due to high temperatures this Monday, except for the northern areas of Tenerife and Gran Canaria, and the summits and east of La Palma.
The ports in the Canary Islands announced that between January and June 2022, they transported more than half a million vehicles, a figure that is similar to the one in 2019.
Playa San Juan is a small fishing village in the municipality of Guia de Isora, situated somewhere in between Costa Adeje and Los Gigantes. In the past, the entire village used to live from fishing and the tuna factory, but in the past years the place has developed and tourism is now an important part of the economy.
Earlier today, Cabildo de Tenerife had announced on Twitter that a new fire broke out on the island in the area of Icod el Alto.
Gran Canaria is home to some of the best beaches in the Canary Islands and also in Spain. The island has around 240 kilometers of coastline and 60 kilometers of beaches, with different types of sand and landscapes, which means that everyone will find a place that is suited to his expectations. In this article, we'll look at Playa de Amadores: what it's like, where it is and why it's one of the best beaches in Gran Canaria.
Arona City Council has completed the refurbishment work on a complete toilet for Los Cristianos beach, with a bathroom for women, men and people with reduced mobility.
In an attempt to limit energy consumption, a Royal decree was published this Tuesday regarding energy saving and efficiency measures, which had been approved yesterday by the Government.
The Town Council of Tías announced the celebration of the Summer Craft Show in Puerto del Carmen, which will take place from August 25 to 28, from 6 to 10 p.m., with the participation of 45 artisans.
“The Canary Islands showed in June the dynamism that is specific to the tourism sector, which allows us to confirm a recovery in activity for the first half of the year, already close to 90% of that registered in the pre-Covid period.”
We will say it right from the start: August is the hottest month of the year in Fuerteventura. But this probably comes as no surprise, as August is usually the hottest month of the year in most places in the Northern hemisphere.
August is the perfect month to visit Gran Canaria only if you like it...HOT! The weather that is. There's no other way to describe the weather in August accurately. It is very similar to July, but slightly hotter.
August is the hottest month in Lanzarote and there's no doubt about it. July is not that far behind, but August really takes the lead in terms of high temperatures here in Lanzarote.
A new heatwave affecting the Canary Islands is starting this Sunday, so Aemet has issued several warnings in regards to high temperatures which will be recorded over the next several days.