Friday, 07 April 2017 by Mayi Juarez
Those people who prefer to spend their Easter break relaxing by the sea this year are lucky. In Spain, Easter week starts on Palm Sunday, 9th April, and it ends on Resurrection Sunday, 16th April. It is really a special time in Costa Adeje, where you will find a wonderful combination of rest, relaxation and
Santa Claus is one of the main figure at Christmas. But here in Spain, we have a diferent tradition. Of course Spanish kids get their gifts. Boys and girls write letters asking for presents… but not to Santa. They write to the Three Wise Men. On 5 January Spain conmemorates the end of Christmas with
New Year’s Eve is is right around the corner! The 31 december night you will have the best excuse all year to dress up, try something new and get downright creative with your look. So whether you’re gearing up for a special night out, a quiet evening in or something in between, from The Corner
Besides the delicious Papas con Mojo (potatoes with spicy sauce) that are so typical in Tenerife, there are plenty of other mouth-watering dishes that are authentic delicacies at Christmas gatherings with friends and family. Discover them!