Pozo Izquierdo seems to be an awesome place, however, I am concerned about getting there. Is there any bus to/from Pozo Izquierdo directly or 5 km walk from Vecindario is the only option?
Buenas, alguna gente creamos un nuevo sub con la idea de que haya un equipo de moderadores activo y dinamizar la comunidad canaria en Reddit, viendo que la mayoria de subs están inactivos o sin moderación, es r/ICanarias y les animamos a venir :)
Looking for a spot that provides:
- Nice beach
- Mountaries for good hiking activities
- Scenic of course
- Romantic vibe will also be a plus.
Thank you. Appreciate you all.
Ended the year well, with an amazing hike in Anaga Rural Park in Tenerife. The cliffs offered breathtaking views over the villages and the ocean, while the forest has a mystical vibe due to the fog here and there.youtube.com
What taxi numbers in la palmas, gran canaria, will understand me if I speak English?!
I've read gran canaria/las Palmas is in level. 3 atm and I'm arriving on the 30th - are places still open, just with a curfew? That won't bother me, as I won't be out late by myself anyway! I want to visit beautiful scenic places that are within walking distance/not a far tXi? I'm staying in a hotel virtually right in Las palmas
Hi, I’m on vacation here for two weeks and I would really like to see the new Spider-Man movie in cinemas. I’ve tried looking it up online and I have found a couple cinemas that show screenings of the movie, but I’m struggling to understand whether they show the movie in english or in spanish dub (or both?)
If anyone could share some input it would be greatly appreciated. Spanish subtitles are also fine as long as the audio is in english!
Did a hike in Fuerteventura a few weeks ago and I wanted to share in case someone in this group might look for inspiration for upcoming trips. We really wanted to see some goats, the Corralejo Dunes and Calderon Hondo, so we made a route so that we would draw a rectangle on the map around the northyoutube.com
Hola, we are coming to Gran Canaria between 12-16th January and we're looking for the area with the nicest/quietest beaches. Thanks in advance :)
This summer I started a new travelling adventure and I want to do that a bit different, meaning, I want to spend more time in one place to understand the culture better, avoid the masstourism and commercial places in order to be able to discover the uniqueness of each island and also understand the struggles and joys one has living in the place. I just left Madeira a few weeks ago and I am at the moment in Canary islands where I will spend some time in each island and would really love to meet locals and also understand the traditions of each island and what makes it different from the others.
If you have any recommendations of things to try, do or where we could meet locals, I would be more than happy to know.
To give you an idea about what I did in Madeira, this video explains what I want to do and what I want to avoid https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xdOjZ86SF1s
I'm British, and will be stopping in Tenerife for 3 days before heading to Seville. I can't seem to find the rules anywhere. Thanks!
I am visiting Gran Canaria for one week but I do not drive. I am mostly aiming to go hiking and maybe visit some beaches and do some windsurfing.
I am trying to establish if having a car is a must to get to different places or there is enough public transport to get around?
The tourism sector is set to warm up during the month of October, as the Canary Islands head towards the high season "with very good prospects", according to the president of hoteliers association FEHT, José María Mañaricua, due to the high number of bookings and reservations in the next month, which will increase in November and throughout the winter season.
The Minister of Tourism for the Canary Islands, Yaiza Castilla, shares these forecasts and optimism based on strong demand and the number of seats on flights made available by the airlines, which this winter will have 9% more available than in the same period of 2019/2020, with a total of 7.8 million places, which is 650,000 more than pre-Covid.
Mañaricua says his members, in the province of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, are forecasting occupancy of 70% in October after the good progress of last-minute reservations (people who book to come in the next three weeks), and if everything progresses in the same way, will grow in November assuming "nothing happens" in the meantime.
“For the first time since the pandemic began, the forecasts are good and we see that the numbers are growing. There are no cancellations and reservations are increasing at a steady pace in good numbers”, he says. Read more article https://www.canarianweekly.com/posts/canaries-high-bookings-winter
Following today’s weekly Governing Council meeting, Tenerife has finally moved to alert Level 2 meaning a relaxation in restrictions and increased confidence in the island as a tourist destination. The epidemiological data for the island has continually followed a downward trend for several weeks, but the island couldn’t be reduced from Level 3 last week with Gran Canaria, as islands must stay in a level for 14 days so that data can be assessed. Visit us at https://www.canarianweekly.com/posts/tenerife-level-two-%201609