Category : Canary Islands

by Buzzers - 7 months ago

How Many Foreigners on The Canary Islands?

Of every one hundred people who live in the Canary Islands, 13 are foreigners. This is what the Canarian Institute of Statistics (Istac) collects in relation to the year 2020, with 2,175,952 inhabitants and 292,542 foreigners (it refers to regular im...

by Buzzers - 7 months ago

Canary Islands Lose Flights with 80 Destinations

The archipelago no longer flies to Oslo, Rome, Venice, Budapest, Helsinki, Krakow, Moscow, Zurich or Reykjavik, among others. The halt that the airline industry has suffered as a result of covid and the restrictions, which has sunk demand, has res...

by Buzzers - 8 months ago

Do You Have A Vacation Property To Let?

We are finally ready to accept property submissions for properties on The Canary Islands Holabuzz.com offers an alternative to other booking sites - No Commission or Fees Owners control payments direct Dynamic Fast Modern Web Design Airb...

by Buzzers - 8 months ago

Who Are The Next to be Vaccinated Against Covid-19?

The vaccination schedule in Spain enters a new phase in which new groups of people will begin to receive doses of the drug against covid-19. The national vaccination strategy began in January with the inoculation of residents and staff of first-line...

by Buzzers - 8 months ago

Travel Requirements Between Islands at Easter

All passengers must present at the time of boarding a responsible declaration proving the reason for the trip Travellers from 6 years of age must present a negative active diagnostic test (PDIA) carried out 72 hours prior to arrival at the destina...

by Buzzers - 9 months ago

Astrazéneca Vaccines Arrive in the Canary Islands

The Canary Islands will receive this Tuesday the first doses of the Astrazéneca vaccine, which has been the last to be authorized and which in Spain will only be administered to people between 18 and 55 years old, because it is considered that its ef...

by Buzzers - 9 months ago

Current Vaccine Roll Out Will Take 6 Years to Complete

At the current rate, it would take almost 6 years to vaccinate the entire population of the islands. The average received is 2,000 daily doses and the President of the Canary Islands has stressed that 30,000 would be needed to reach 70% in summer....

by Buzzers - 10 months ago

Brexit Leaves Spain's Brits Facing Dilemmas

The new year has brought storms to Spain's Costa del Sol - the sunshine coast is being lashed by rain and wind. It's not what thousands of British expats signed up for when they chose to come out here to live. Those living here, or those planning t...

by Buzzers - 10 months ago

The ERTE will be Extended to at Least Until May 31st

Government, unions and companies will have to continue negotiating the requirements and conditions today Of course, all the conditions of the agreement still have to be negotiated. From the Ministry of Labour they indicate that their intention is th...