Puerto de la Cruz & Tenerife

Blue flags for Playa Jardin and San Telmo

  This year, Puerto de la Cruz has been awarded with two Blue Flags! The black sand beach Playa Jardín and the bay of San Telmo! It is a distinction that is awarded by the Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE). What exactly does it guarantee?  These are beaches and bays where you are informed about theContinue Reading “Blue flags for Playa Jardin and San Telmo”

Puerto de la Cruz & Tenerife Talg Family

The Martianez swimming pool

    This pìcture can be seen in our Restaurante Tinguaro. It was painted by Ms. Wittkugel, a talented painter, teacher and pianist. You can discover in the picture the former operators swimmingpool: Enrique Talg Schulz (in a gray suit, right by the pool) and Enrique Talg Wyss, his son (front right wearing a black suit with hands on hisContinue Reading “The Martianez swimming pool”

Puerto de la Cruz & Tenerife

The good climate in Tenerife!

Last December 2012 our guests received as a Christmas gift a small vitro – banana tree. From everywhere, we recieve beautiful photos, letting us know how this plant grows all along in Europe. A specimen was also planted here in Tenerife 20 months ago … and NOW: This is how OUR banana plant looks likeContinue Reading “The good climate in Tenerife!”

Puerto de la Cruz & Tenerife

Ascent to Teide Peak

Join this unique adventure and reach the peak of the highest mountain in Spain. Booking now available at VOLCANO LIFE EXPERIENCE http://volcanolife.com/eng/teleferico_del_teide/senderismo_ascenso_al_teide_con_teleferico Thanks to the special park permit, you will be able to visit the volcano’s crater from which you will see breathtaking vistas. Without a doubt, an experience dedicated to hiking enthusiasts!

Puerto de la Cruz & Tenerife Subtropical gardens

New PALMETUM in Tenerife

The palm garden in Santa Cruz opened its doors officially, with the ribbon cut by Spain’s Prince Felipe and Princess Letizia, stretches across 120,000 square metres. This garden now houses one of the most extensive collections of palms anywhere in the world and has been built next to the Auditorium.