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Wiki Loves Earth 2017

Again this year, several countries are organizing the international photo competition “Wiki Loves Earth“ of scenic landscapes. Spain is right now in the middle of the one-month contest period, which finished on May 31st. If you wish to join with your lovely Tenerife holidays photos just click on the following link: https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anexo:Lugares_de_importancia_comunitaria_de_las_Islas_Canarias Good luck!

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News from MIRLO Positive Nature

We have just received good news from MIRLO: Hello, dear Hotel Tigaiga friends: Our trees are growing strong. Here is a video from November 2015 where the …, cedars and Canarian pines we planted together in 2013 can be seen. Some are also from those who participated in the 2014 campaign You will hear fromContinue Reading “News from MIRLO Positive Nature”

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Tenerife Walking Festival 2016

From March 29 to April 2 the Tenerife Walking Festival 2016 will take place:  This years event, aimed at walkers,  presents 15 routes in different parts of Tenerife as well as interesting additional activities. Visit the website www.tenerifewalkingfestival.com  to register, see the program and general information. The information point will be located in the Plaza deContinue Reading “Tenerife Walking Festival 2016”

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tenerifewalkingfestival.com

Everyone has their own ideal holiday. Many people travel to Tenerife to enjoy the spring-like climate, the beaches and exuberant vegetation. In addition to this, many others come to take part in open air activities. The star activity is hiking, with more than 1,500 kilometres of different footpaths which include: routes along the coast, throughContinue Reading “tenerifewalkingfestival.com”

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Rambla de Castro

Paths from the San Pedro Mirador in Los Realejos, just 8km from the Tigaiga hotel, lead past a delightful old hacienda to a tropical coastline dotted with palm groves, hidden coves and a solitary fort. Place to unlace the boots: The restaurant at the San Pedro Mirador. Great views of the coast, perfect for aContinue Reading “Rambla de Castro”