Experience the real Lanzarote at Casa Museo del Campesino
I don’t know about you, but one of the things I most enjoy on holiday is experiencing the local culture, people, and the food and wine (of course!).
In the Footprints of Olivia Stone in Garachico
One day searching the library for books on the history of the Canary Islands I stumble upon a couple of thick books with the title written in gold on the dark green backs that immediately draws my attention; “Tenerife and its six satellites”.
A scenic drive around Las Breñas
Los Cancajos is the main resort on La Palma’ s east coast, and the following drive takes you to some of the attractions in its rich hinterland, Las Breñas.
The best views in La Gomera - Abrante Lookout point
If you like breathtaking scenery and thrilling experiences, don't miss out on the lookout point called Abrante in La Gomera.
North Gran Canaria's Horcón Coast: Rugged Nature and Stunning Pools
Galdar municipality in north west Gran Canaria is famous for its exceptional aboriginal archaeology sites, Galdar Old Town, and superb cheese.
Tenerife, The big adventure of Teide
Sometimes you to find yourself drawn into a project without realizing exactly how strenuous and difficult it is going to be and that can actually be a good thing, because otherwise you might not even do it in the first place!
Las Playitas, the secret village of Fuerteventura
Driving through Las Playitas Fuerteventura you would think it is a small quiet village with not much to offer, well you are correct in a way, it is sleepily but it has so much more to offer.
Lanzarote wine: a story of tradition, history and passion
Lanzarote wines are among the most unique in the world, with an exclusive Malvasia Volcanica grape, traditional artisan farming methods that have been passed through generations.
El Hierro’s agricultural show “La Apañada”
During the year the Island celebrates several local agricultural type shows were they show a few animals dotted around the Island.