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For anyone who wants to really go local on Tenerife when it comes to alcohol, here are six suggestions which are, relatively, easy to find.
Haydee is located in three little historic buildings (the tres casitas) around a courtyard. It’s a lovely setting, on the border between Puerto de la Cruz and La Orotava.
It’s the beginning of July and the start of the Spanish holiday season. Lots of islanders will be taking a break. A few years ago I read a statistic which stated at least 33% of Canarios spent their holidays on a Canary Island.
The menu at Bambi is what you might call fine dining but it’s fine dining Romanian style. There’s an interesting mix of dishes featuring the freshest ingredients from the big farmers’ market…
Just about every visiting travel writer gets taken to Bodegas Monje, subsequently it’s the Tenerife vineyard which gets most mentions in travel articles…
A moreish appetiser of soft goat’s cheese with honey and sesame seeds was another pointer that maybe Bodega Julian really wasn’t just another typical Canarian restaurant.
It might be the light show of the year in the Tenerife sky, but the Fuegos de Mayo firework display which lights up the sky above the Orotava Valley on the night of the 3rd of May is a class war.
The Real Tenerife Guidebook – in Print & on Kindle
For visitors to Tenerife who want to experience the best of Tenerife:- The 'Real' Tenerife guide to Tenerife's resorts, towns and villages is written with insight and passion by travel writers who have spent years treading the streets of every town and village, trekking along goat trails in the mountains and revelling at fiestas until dawn... [Find Out More]
Walk this Way – Tenerife
More than just a collection of the best walking routes for the island, Walk This Way Tenerife is a complete guide to self-guided walking on Tenerife. Available from Amazon. [Find out more]