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Grape sculpture unveiled in Los Realejos

This is an unusual sculpture you might want to capture on camera next time you visit Los Realejos. It has been created by local artist Paco G. Palmero in ceramic, metal and wood and pays tribute to the wine culture of the municipality.Full Article

May fun in Los Realejos extends to June as well!

The popular “Fiestas de Mayo” in Los Realejos have a deceiving name for the events actually continue until June 7th! Everyone is invited to join in and taste the ...Full Article

Sir Tom chooses Tenerife for one of just two Spanish concerts

Something rather unusual will be happening in Santa Cruz  on the evening of August 28th! Legendary singer, Sir Tom Jones is coming to Tenerife after choosing just two locations ...Full Article

Historic expedition and its link with El Médano

The fascinating story of a 16th century maritime expedition which returned with just 18 of the original 234 men has been documented in a new guide. It was presented ...Full Article

Still time to take part in “Crazy for Walking”

The organisation, En Pie is still inviting walkers to take part in their charity event in Tenerife on June 6th. Originally, this was called the “Seven Islands Trail” but ...Full Article

Wine and jazz evenings at La Baranda

The lovely Casal del Vino wine museum in El Sauzal is always a great place to visit but now you can combine the experience with the addition of jazz. ...Full Article

Art exhibition inspired by the colours and sounds of the jungle

An amazing exhibition which was inspired by the jungle has opened in Santa Cruz. The colourful and stunning pieces are the work of artist Ana Beltrá who was enchanted ...Full Article

The flavours of Senegal in La Orotava’s “Villarte”

“Villarte” is a hugely successful project in La Orotava which turns the spotlight on young artists. Until May 2nd, it is the turn of Emmanuel Flores to shine as ...Full Article

More than 100 May events in Santa Cruz

May festivities have been lighting up Santa Cruz and though the most action-packed weekend has just gone, there is still plenty to come. Leisure, folklore, culture, sport and traditions ...Full Article

Prokofiev’s 2nd Piano Concerto

The Auditorium, 1st May. The Tenerife Symphony Orchestra began with the gentle, nostalgic and unassuming Pavana, opus 50, by Fauré. Composed for a small orchestra, it was the delightful ...Full Article
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