Many people like to visit a church when holidaying in Tenerife. Some visitors like the historical merits of the buildings, while others go to worship. Here in Tenerife, there are many denominations. Spain and the Canary Islands are Catholic nations, but there is a surprising choice of chapels for non-Catholic worshippers.
Tenerife Property News
In October, the “Swallows” fly to Tenerife and other parts of the Canary Islands for the winter. They are mostly retired professional people who have either bought a property in Tenerife or have rented an apartment for an extended visit. The benefits of wintering in Tenerife are enormous.
Those of you, who wish to buy a property here in Tenerife, and intend to live here with their families, will be delighted to know that education of youngsters is a high priority within the school system.
In particular, the English Private School, Wingate, here in the South of Tenerife, has achieved excellent results from the recent SATS examinations.
As the love affair between British property buyers and mainland Spain cools, investors are looking towards other markets to fulfill their needs for affordable holiday homes in warm places. Some of these property buyers are turning to the Canary Islands, which have long tempted Brits away from the mainland. The main reason is that the weather is better.
Spain’s popularity with British buyers is long-established. It boasts a great climate and lifestyle within close and affordable proximity to the UK, some areas still offer value-for-money property and many parts of the country are very beautiful. What more need be said?
The respected Spanish daily newspaper ‘El Pais’, recently graphically illustrated how the Canary Island’s property market differs from the mainland. Using figures from the Spanish National Statistics Office, they charted the sale of property built since 2005. The results demonstrated just how different the Canary Islands are from the mainland property market, thousands of miles away.
Property buyers in the UK; many of them first time buyers are in flux following the sudden decline in the domestic market and state of the UK economy, and are showing increased interest in properties on offer in sunny Tenerife.
New figures show that the island of Tenerife is still the most popular search destination for buyers seeking property in Spain.
AIPP has launched a significant campaign to heighten consumer awareness of their work and the benefit of buying overseas with their Members.
Targeted on buyers in the UK and Ireland, the Association wants to make sure that prospective buyers understand the benefits of buying with an AIPP Member.
Tenerife remains as one of the top destinations for foreign property buyers.
If you are thinking of relocating to Tenerife, and wonder what entertainments are on offer, then you will find there are a huge number of activities to suit all ages and sexes.
The Canary Islands have eleven nature reserves, seven rural parks, and 156 natural spaces of great beauty where visitors can picnic or barbeque in idyllic settings, many of them within the tranquil setting of the pine forests.
The Tenerife Symphony Orchestra have spent many months rehearsing for the new season which commences on November 13, and will perform 18 concerts which will include many works it has never before performed in public.
Visitors to Tenerife will be delighted to find new and exciting facilities at Reina Sofia Airport. Around 3,000,500 passengers visit Tenerife every year, so a new tourist office is to be provided for their benefit.
The cornerstone of the district of Arona in Tenerife in recent years has been enabling accessibility for all, especially those people who have a physical handicap.
The borough of Arona in Tenerife south, recently won the Reina Sophia Universal Accessibility prize, the first of its kind in Tenerife.