#TenerifePhotoContest

Tenerife Monthly Photo Contest

The Barraquito as a coffee cocktail unique to the canary islands, Tenerife being it’s universal capital

PRIZE & RULESCURRENT CONTEST

Tenerife.buzz are pleased to announce a brand new monthly photography competition! With great prizes brought to you from businesses across the island.

we want to see your favourite snaps that really show off what it is you love about Tenerife. We expect to see spectacular sunsets, mouthwatering plates of food, scenic views from across the island showing beaches, nature, architecture, and more – click ‘Upload’ above to enter.

Everyone can take part! We want to see holiday snaps, resident’s favourite spots, from professional to amateur. Even if you don’t want to take any photographs you can still join in by voting on your favourites and sharing across social media.

Each month we will bring you prizes from businesses around the island.

This Month’s Prize:

Win a Meal for Two
(including a glass of wine or a drink)
At Cozy Tenerife

 

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