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Canariasfoto and Psmola – photos of the Canary Islands

Sunday, December 30th, 2012

If you are a fan of the Canary Isles we have an interesting blog for you today, which is about Canariasfoto.com and Psmola. These are homepages about photos of the Canary Isles.

The holder of Canariafoto.com and Psmola is Peter Smola, born in Vienna and lived many years on Tenerife. Peter Smola is photographer and artist and on his homepages Canariasfoto.com and Psmola he shows very special photos of different Canary Isles such as Tenerife, Gran Read the rest

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Categories: español, La Gomera, other Isles, Photo-Blog

Sailing ahead Tenerifes coast

Tuesday, November 9th, 2010

For who wants to know the amplitud of the atlantic ocean and the variety of the Canary Islands, a sailing trip round the isles would be an adequate holiday alternative.

There are different possibilities to hire a sailing yacht with skipper for a group of friends or the whole family.

There are different sport marinas on the isle of Tenerife where you can dock with your own sailing yacht and fill up your water and fuel deposits. One of … Read the rest

Bizarre volcanic landscape and a lot more to discover

Thursday, December 20th, 2007

The massive volcanic eruptions left their mark on the landscape of the mountains and shorelines of the isle of Tenerife.

The colour palette of the isle is dominated by the black lava sand, some ocher coloured sand beaches and a deep green of the varied vegetation.

Teide with Clouds

The colour green of the vegetation is dominating on the three smaller Canary Islands of La Palma, La Gomera and El Hierro.
Instead on Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura and Lanzarote the landscape is formed … Read the rest

Ferry service to link Tenerife and Madeira

Sunday, March 11th, 2007

A ferry service linking Tenerife with Madeira starts up again on June 16, providing a weekly service between the two islands for the duration of the summer.

A new addition to the Naviera Armas fleet, the Volcan de Tamadaba, will operate the service.

The new vessel, due to come into service in May, will be one of the biggest, fastest and most modern in the company’s fleet, with a top speed of 24 knots and a payload of up … Read the rest

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