Tenerife Tourism Corporation has sought to rekindle the emotions experienced by millions of travellers dreaming of enjoying the landscapes, beaches, gastronomic delights and leisure activities so unique to the island.
Tourism authorities in Tenerife have moved to limit the damage done to the sector following an outbreak of the coronavirus. In total, the local health department has reported five positive cases of coronavirus COVID-19 on the island.
Guests at the H10 Costa Adeje Palace Hotel in Tenerife have been locked down after a visiting Italian doctor tested positive for coronavirus. Hundreds of guests at the Canary Islands property were initially told to stay in their rooms as medical tests were carried out.
Wizz Air has announced the launch of flights from London Luton to Tenerife, with the inaugural flight taking off earlier. Flights will be departing from London Luton to the island of eternal spring, offering visitors a spot of sunny paradise with near perfect temperatures all year round.
Taking up the role today, de Clerck will oversee strategic direction and daily operations across the 459-key resort, while strengthening reputation across its exceptional leisure facilities.
Carnival Corporation has announced an agreement with the Port Authority of Santa Cruz de Tenerife to be the first concession-holder to operate the Canary Islands’ newest cruise terminal.
As Tenerife seeks to move away from its hedonistic reputation, Carlos Alonso, president of the island, gives Breaking Travel News details of how he plans to refashion the tourism industry by 2030. Speaking at World Travel Market in London, he also tells us how important the UK is as a source market for the destination.
A new five-star all-inclusive hotel is set to open under the new Fantasia Bahia Principe brand on the Canary Island of Tenerife in November.