Tenerife Travel Guide

Tenerife Santa Cruz Festival 

 

Vienvenido a Tenerife 2015!

The Island  2015

What is new for 2015 

 

The prettiest town in Tenerife award goes to: Santiago Del Teide “Prettiest Town In Tenerife”
The mountain town is many metres above sea level. The award was given by the National Geographic magazine and has been awarded by a panel of acclaimed judges. However the town ranks 9th in the Canary Islands as a whole, which comes for the most scenic towns being in La Gomera and El Hierro. 
 

 

 

 

 

Fuereventure named Spanish cultural herirtage place of the year according to the world centre of arts. 

 

The property market has stabilized in Spain and in Tenerife in general. House prices rose 3.4% in 2014, but are yet much lower than their peaks of 2008. For the UK market, buying on the island has increased as steadier pace because of the increased Sterling over the Euro. This have been even more helped by a more resilient UK economy, meaning UK expats with more money to spend in Tenerife. House prices are still much lower in country regions such as the La Orotava valley. Click here to see rural property rentals  in Tenerife. This particular company specializes in short term rentals, and mostly for the German market. However they do have multilingual staff who speak perfect English.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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.

 

October 2014, George. L decided to keep on working free lancei in Tenerife. George's linkedin page. You can get is contact infomation from there. Or go to there Facebook page and message them directly

 

 

Look at this guide for this online marketing agency in Tenerife. The company have a range solutions, useful for any small business who want to imprve their visibility in the search engines, such as Google, Yahoo, Bing. They are based in Puerto de le Cruz, which is only 20 minute drive from La Laguna and 1 hours awa from the capital Santa Cruz, which makes it highly suitable to do buiness with them. Do no be fooled that they have a Wix website, they are they most professional on the island by a long shot! 

It does not matter where in the worold you are, London, or San fransico, whether you a small retailer, or a large business or festival provider, you can use their marketing services and get results. 

 

 

 

 

 

 In the south of the Islands, at the start of early 2014 a new plastic sugron has opened. So if your are interested in great Rhinopasty in Tenerife please look at their wesbite and see what is available.  Nose jobs, face lift, are possoble with the most experienced of surgones.  We would like to advice all people to think very carefully about the consques of facial surgery..The lead surgon, is Doctor Jose Gonzarles, an honourable and knowledgable man.

 

The south of the island has become a place increasingly popular for ‘surgery tourism’, which is where somebody combines a holiday with cosmetic surgery. This is appealing as it allows people to be able to recover and relax after a medical procedure. The prices are also favourable compared to north Europe.

 

 

Tenerife Canrival Official website

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 worker who dressed in a Gorrial suit. A fellow vet did not know the Loropark work was taking part of a routine drill. 

Read the full article in the independent.