Tenerife is a super popular travel destination, especially among visitors from the UK and other European countries.
Driving in Tenerife can be a scary thought for some people, especially if you are a visitor from the UK, used to drive on the other side of the road.
The Cabildo of Fuerteventura informs that, starting January 15th 2019, people interested in visiting the Los Lobos Island must previously request a permit through an online system.
SPAIN - probably the best destination in Europe for a warm and sunny holiday in Europe, no matter the season. Besides mainland Spain, the country has several islands which make the perfect setting for a great holiday, so today we will try to compare the most disputed and famed of them all: the Canaries vs the Balearics.
The Canary Islands archipelago is formed of 7 main islands (these are their names in descending order of their size):
If it's your first time planning a trip to one of the islands you might find yourself wondering...
People often wonder what are the chances of encountering sharks while swimming in Tenerife. So, what is the real answer?
The Canary Islands is an archipelago formed by seven islands: Tenerife - the largest of all, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, Fuerteventura, La Gomera - the closest island to Tenerife, La Palma and El Hierro.
Are you a resident in the Canary Islands? You can learn more info about “The UK and Spain: Beyond Brexit” by participating in this event on the island where you reside.
Beaches in Fuerteventura are some of the most amazing in all of Europe, with endless miles of sand, dunes and turquoise waters that will keep you mesmerized.
Tenerife is known as the island of the eternal spring, with great weather all year round, so it's not a surprise that many couples dream of joining their destinies over here. And since you're already on a romantic island in the middle of the Atlantic ocean, you can consider it as your honeymoon also and your guests can spend an extra few days as well, making it a proper holiday abroad.
The Canary Islands have had their own flag since the 10th of August 1982, established by the 10/1982 law. The reference in the law referring to the Canary Islands flag is the following: