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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For a nice surprise, head along the TF1 towards Santa Cruz and take the Arafo exit, number 20. Just 1km from the junction, and located on the corner of the TF281, in the middle of nowhere, you will find the … Continue reading
“According to data from the Canary Islands Ministry of Tourism… more than 1.5 million Canary Islanders chose to spend their holidays on the Islands in 2015, 100,327 more than the previous year, representing a 7% increase. Domestic tourism is an important … Continue reading
While Easter week is celebrated across Tenerife, some fiestas are particularly well known for their uniqueness. Every year since 1999, the town of Adeje re-enacts the last days of the life and passion of Jesus Christ on Good Friday. It … Continue reading
Perhaps it is something about the socio-economics of Barranco of Torres that has meant that as far as memory serves never has a restaurant sustained beyond a few months. Most people know that in an area that has nothing but supermarkets, DIY … Continue reading