What makes the Red Queen’s Tenerife blog different?For starters, what you read is not written by a professional travel writer. I do it because I remember what it was like to have the dream. To want to live somewhere with beautiful beaches, wild seas, sun filled days, glorious sunsets and whilst most of the time it is idyllic nowhere is Nirvana. So I tell you if it is good and I tell you if it is bad. The difference is I don´t do it because someone is paying me to say nice things about Tenerife.
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Category Archives: Attractions, Fiestas and Pilgrimages
Just like every July, the city of Santa Cruz focuses on an episode of history that should not be lost. Known as the Gesta July 25, 1797, the day when soldiers dressed in uniforms of the day. recreate the battle … Continue reading
A beautiful and extremely traditional village 880 meters above sea level where only 213 people live. This tiny hamlet in Guía de Isora, will this weekend become a hot spot for visitors. From Friday 12th to Sunday 14 July, the … Continue reading
There is something mystical and magical about the summer solstice. All over the world, ancient civilisations recognised the significance of the day. Even today, thousands of Tinerfeños welcome in summer with the lighting of fires and a moonlight dip in … Continue reading
If like me, you were brought up Catholic you know there are certain words that while you may never in your whole life have cause to use them stick in your brain like glue. Transubstantiation – now there’s a word … Continue reading