The executive committee of the Convenio de Regeneración del Espacio Turístico has approved the drafting of the Northern coastal path, expected to be undertaken in 2010. It was the idea of the late Enrique Talg, founder of the Hotel Tigaiga in Puerto de la Cruz, as part of a Cabildo landscape initiative.
Paying homage to the late hotelier and conservationist, Enrique Talg Wyss, Tenerife’s hotelier association, ASHOTEL, together with the ministry for tourism and the environment have awarded – the “Enrique Talg” prize – for businesses, associations, private persons or public institutions who demonstrate initiatives of benefit to the environment, tourism re-development and technological innovations throughout the provinceContinue Reading “ASHOTEL awards the “Enrique Talg” Environment Prize”
The Cabildo, Tenerifes main council, has voted to build a leisure park at Risco Miguel, Los Realejos, in permanent memory of one of the founders of successful tourism in the North Don Enrique Talg. Enrique died recently, leaving his children well in charge of his superb hotel, the Tigaiga, in the Taoro Park.
Enrique Talg Wyss was a very important man for Tenerife in many areas; tourism, ecology and much more. In October 2006, he died suddenly while getting ready to go to the Tenerife Tourism Convention, leaving his three very capable children in charge of the Hotel Tigaiga, which he built many years ago and which stillContinue Reading “Enrique Talg Wyss bust unveiled”
Tenerife News, Nov. 2007 The third Tourism Congress of Tenerife (2007) took place on September 29 at the Auditorium, discussing the key points of the changing face of tourism and how to face it.
At the end of April (2006), don Enrique Talg, hotel impresario extraordinary of Puerto de la Cruz, went to Málaga to receive an important prize during the First Congress of Hotel Impresarios. The award is named ‘Order of Hotel Merit’, and is awarded annually by the Spanish Federation of Hotels and Tourist Lodging, in recognitionContinue Reading “Enrique Talg and The Tigaiga win a merited prize”
was born in Vigo, son of Heinz (Enrique) Talg Shulz, from Lüneburg, whose first wife had been Ida Wyss. After the early death of his mother, he lived and grew up in Olten, Switzerland with her family, to return to Tenerife at the end of the Civil War. He began his experience in hotel managementContinue Reading “Enrique Talg Wyss”