La Gomera Chosen to Pilot a Spanish Track and Trace App

At the end of June in La Gomera, the Government of the Canary Islands will pilot a track and trace COVID-19 app in collaboration with the Canary Islands Health Service, Spain’s Ministry of Health, Spain’s Secretary of State for Digitization and Artificial Intelligence, and the European Directorate-General for Innovation and Technological Support (ITEC). The aim…

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The Canary Islands for Kids

As the world begins to re-open to travel, now is the perfect time to start planning your next trip with the kids! From beautiful long beaches and glistening shallow water to theme parks and watersports, the Canary Islands has something for even the most demanding mini traveler. Read on to find out more… Siam Park,…

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Canary Islands Golf Courses Re-Open

After the re-opening of the beautiful island beaches, the Canary Islands are now ready to accept golf lovers once again as the archipelago’s golf courses re-open in line with new safety measures. The guidelines and recommendations for the re-opening of golf courses, have been prepared by the Secretary of State for Tourism in collaboration with…

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Canary Islands Reactivate its Cultural Scene

The Canary Islands are slowly beginning to re-open and adjust to the “new normal”. First were the streets, followed by the idyllic beaches and landscapes and now, it’s time now for the theatres. The stage is set for the Canary Islands’ cultural scene to slowly return to face-to-face activity. Concerts and events which were being…

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Rediscovering El Hierro – The Canary Island with soul

It’s time to get to know El Hierro, a quiet paradise that captivates visitors with its exquisite volcanic landscapes, lush green forests, pristine waters of its marine reserve and the calm lifestyle of its almost 11,000 inhabitants. This gem of the Canaries is a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve and Geopark and is a perfect example…

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The Canary Islands Welcome Europe’s Plan to Save Summer Holidays

The European Union announced on Wednesday, 13th May, that it is pushing for a gradual reopening of borders and claims that is not too late to safely retrieve summer holiday season. The Canary Islands Tourist Board, Turismo Islas Canarias, welcomes the EU’s advice on how to safely resume travel and is looking forward to the reboot of Europe’s tourism….

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