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Restaurant El Gran Chaparral – barbecue and more

Wednesday, March 13th, 2013

If you like to eat outside and you want to try the typical canarian food or the international dishes,  the restaurant El Gran Chaparral in Tenerife could be of interest for you.

This inviting restaurant is situated on the country street Carretera General at km 3 in La Perdoma, directly next to the street and you really can’t miss the restaurant. La Perdoma is a small village between La Orotava and Los Realejos.

Restaurant El Gran Chaparral

This is a place which … Read the rest

Posted by Eddy
Categories: La Orotava, Los Realejos, Restaurants

Buses staging a comeback

Friday, July 6th, 2007

Mindful of the need to get people out of their cars and on to public transport, the island authorities on Tenerife are looking to increase the frequency and coverage of the services.

Just a few weeks after the launch of the new tram service that connects the island capital of Santa Cruz with the neighbouring town of La Laguna, the island bus operator, TITSA, has announced a raft of improvements to services in the north of the island.

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Big bangs for big bucks

Wednesday, May 2nd, 2007

With a massive budget of 162,000 euros, the May celebrations at Los Realejos in the north of Tenerife are spectacular to say the least.

The fiesta programme of events began on April 26 and some, notably the sports tournaments, continue until the end of May.

But the one event that draws extraordinary crowds to the town is the Exhibicí­on Pirotécnica, this year on Thursday, May 3.

Two rival manufacturers supply the fireworks for the late-night display, which is generally regarded … Read the rest

Posted by Mary
Categories: About Tenerife, Festivals, Los Realejos

Easter Week: Holy Week with grand processions

Saturday, March 31st, 2007

Palm Sunday marks the beginning of the most important week in the religious calendar in Tenerife, the start of Semana Santa, or Holy Week.

Easter celebrations in Tenerife are known for their magnificent processions, which take place all over the island throughout the week, though the ones in La Laguna, La Orotava and Puerto de la Cruz are among the grandest.

As the seat of the Bishop of Tenerife, the celebrations in La Laguna are the most important … Read the rest

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