In a ceremony held yesterday at the Casa de los Sall, in the San Francisco neighborhood, the councilor encouraged Teldenses to believe that “we have enough values to promote ourselves as a tourist or host destination by showing our resources to our own and visitors.”
The program starts on Friday, September 24 with the second edition of the Wine and Tapas Route, which will be held in the Plaza de San Juan and it will be necessary to purchase a ticket. A dozen companies participate in this activity: the Higuera Mayor, Señora Cabrera, Hinojo, Montaña Pinar and La Montaña wineries, and the catering establishments El Oasis Chill Out, Alboca, Gastroterraza El Casino, La Canela, Mr. Búho, Luna Gastrobar and La Taberna Telde.
The purchase of the ticket for the wine and tapas route will allow attendees to participate in a dramatized route through the streets of the San Francisco and San Juan neighborhoods in two shifts, one at 8:00 p.m. and the other at 9:00 p.m. In addition, in the square there will be live music from 8.30 pm with concerts by the singer Alba Serrano, La Wonder Brass and the Aseres group.
The next day, Saturday September 25, the activity moves to rural surroundings, with an excursion through the landscape corridor starting at 09:30, and to Tufia beach, where the Gran Azul Diving Club organizes the Fotosub Contest, which It will continue on Sunday, September 26.
Twelve companies of the municipality participate in the program that starts on September 24
Finally, from the Casa de los Sall a special program of the ‘Hoy por Hoy’ of Cadena Ser will be broadcast that will address the challenges and opportunities of Telde as a tourist destination and in which Agustín Manrique de Lara, president of the Confederation will participate. Canaria de Empresarios, Águeda Borges, head of Riu’s legal advice, Primitivo Sánchez, general secretary of UGT Las Palmas and Alfonso Cabello, Santa Cruz de Tenerife Councilor for Tourism.
During the presentation of these events yesterday, the mayor of Tourism of Telde, Héctor Suárez, opted to promote safe cultural activities in times of pandemic. “We are committed to culture and creators, but of course to the major victims of this pandemic, which are restaurateurs and wineries,” added the vice mayor.