For the seventh year, Arona council are staging FIMA International Music Festival in Los Cristianos. Most of the orchestral concerts are in the Auditorio Infanta Leonor just down from the bus station and a short walk from the beaches…
There have always been plenty of bars behind Tenerife’s beaches, but the last couple of years has seen a rise in beach clubs where you can chill out, eat, drink and be merry in chic surroundings whilst the island’s top DJs treat your ears.
The word Sansofé is borrowed from the Guanche, the aboriginal Canary Islands inhabitants pre-Spanish conquest. A word it’s fun to whisper, even before you know its meaning, surely, it can only be something good – and it is. In the Guanche language it meant “you are welcome.”
You’ve got a couple of hours to kill whilst passing through Tenerife’s capital, Santa Cruz. It’s not enough time to explore the city in full, but it’s too much time to kill with a cup of coffee in the bus station.
Travel forums are wonderful things, real holidaymakers answer real questions about their favourite destinations. Most of the time the information provided is invaluable.
Most, but not always. I’ve seen misinformation relating to all the following questions on various advisory sites
Some people’s idea of rock can be very middle of the road (or autopista as we’re in Tenerife) but a Gary Moore inspired guitar riff was a reassuring welcome to the Sayeah Music Bar in Los Cristianos.
It would be easy to believe entertainment on Tenerife consisted mainly of cabaret bars when there is a far greater choice of live music than many people realise.
The service matches the décor, in that it has that almost-impossibe-to-achieve combination of efficiency and friendliness. Not only are the Bushido staff friendly, but also knowledgeable about each dish and wine on the menu…