Arts and crafts fairs are regular events throughout Tenerife, and Artesanía de Tenerife has now published the full line-up calendar for 2019 in Tenerife. The fairs, from small to large, are are always well attended, with people browsing and buying the products of some really creative and talented individuals, all of whom are officially recognized with an artisan card, a carné de artesano (see more HERE). Apart from the Los Silos and Güímar fairs in January, the next will be Arafo on 16 & 17 March: the calendar is HERE (some people find the link doesn’t open properly so I’ve reproduced it below).

Summer sounds in Adeje

Adeje Ayuntamiento has announced a series of summer concerts with classical, contemporary and jazz just some of the sounds that will fill the air this summer.All of these concerts are taking place in the open air, in Golf Costa Adeje. As already advertised, Il Divo...

Natura Salud 2019

Natura Salud is the largest health and wellbeing fair in the Canaries, and the 11th edition will be held in the Recinto Ferial in Santa Cruz between 20 and 22 September. Apart from being a benchmark for professionals, it is a great opportunity for the public too to...

Alcalá Feria de Artesanía 30 May

The traditional annual Alcalá arts and crafts fair will take place on Thursday 30 May, as usual on the Día de Canarias, Canarian Day. It will be held in the main square, the Plaza del Llano, where some twenty artisans and crafters will have stalls, and is always a...

This weekend in Tenerife

Updated 2 May: It’s the beginning of summer for many now that we’re in May so how better to celebrate the weekend than with the world-famous Los Realejos fireworks tomorrow Friday, and a Craft Beer Festival in Puertito de Güímar on Saturday? Also this weekend there is...

The famous Los Realejos fireworks 3 May

Although not a Tenerife-wide public holiday, one part of Los Realejos’ Cruces & Fuegos fiesta on Friday, 3 May, draws people from around the island and even further afield. The fiesta itself is part of the Fiestas de la Cruz held throughout Tenerife (see HERE),...

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