http://www.islandconnections.eu/1000003/1000043/0/47131/daily-news-article.html Historic snowfalls in Tenerife: The peaks of Tenerife suffered their heaviest and most prolonged snowfalls in recent memory at the week-end, although very few people managed to enjoy the white spectacle due to draconian traffic restrictions. Tenerife – 22.02.2016 – Pictures and videos of the thick blanket of snow that covered the entire TeideContinue Reading “Teide with a lot of snow!!!”
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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On August 1st 2015 re-opening! The Tigaiga is now closed for renovations: This ambitious project will provide completely refurbished guest rooms including re-modelled bathrooms with a new design. The color palette blends blues and greens, reflecting the surrounding ocean and accentuates the hotel’s botanical gardens and mountain views. Looking forward to welcome you very soon!!! Familia Enrique Talg &Continue Reading “See you in August!”
Photos taken 1985 and thirty years later!
A garden includes a constant change, a “final state” is never achieved – everybody knows. As good soil is the foundation of a healthy garden we have started a pilot project nurturing our soil so that our garden turns our visitors “green” with admiration. We hope you too come enjoy it this springtime!