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Apr 18

Book fair and concerts in San Juan de la Rambla

San Juan de la Rambla has become book crazy during April as it celebrate the wonders of reading. Various activities are being held, including a number of concerts which demonstrate the link between music and the written word. The events are being co-ordinated by the local council which wants to encourage young people to read as much as they can. April was therefore dedicated “Mes de las Letras” (“Month of the Letters”) and coincides with the celebration on April 23rd of International Book Day.
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Apr 18

Tourism towns need particular financial considerations

The eight member boroughs together represent only 0.92% of the Spanish population, but received 13.52% of visitors to the country, 11,059, 430 last year.  They have an average occupation rate of   over 82% and employ over 86,000 people in the sector.  Spain is currently registering as the second best tourism market in the world.
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Apr 18

12 landscapes that look like they’re from another planet (but are actually in Spain)

In places like the eerie deserts of Aragón or fairy-like forests in La Gomera, you would be forgiven for thinking you had taken a trip into outer space
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Apr 18

New traffic restriction times for Buenavista beauty spot

Traffic restriction measures concerning the TF-445 from Buenavista to the local beauty spot of Teno lighthouse have been modified. According to an agreement adopted at the Council of Insular Government held on March 20, the new schedule is: Until June 30th: Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and holidays. 10am to 7pm. From July 1st to September 30th. Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and holidays. 9am to 8pm. From October 1st onwards. Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and holidays. 10am to 7pm.
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Apr 18

Discover a fascinating underground world in the Cave of the Winds

La Cueva del Viento or Cave of the Winds, located in Icod de los Vinos, has received more than 125,000 visitors since its opening in June 2008. It is the largest volcanic tube in the European Union and the fifth largest in the world. Run by Tenerife Cabildo, museums’ chief Amaya Conde says: “It has become an important resource of tourist interest.” The Cave of the Wind was formed 27,000 years ago, with basaltic lavas that came from the first eruption of the Pico Viejo volcano, located next to Mount Teide. Its name is due to the air currents that are produced inside.
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