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CARNAVAL 2014 PDF Print E-mail


The 2014 Carnival represents a new celebration of rhythm, colour and the unique flavour of a festivity born in the centre of Santa Cruz de Tenerife and exported worldwide. People all over the world get dazzled by the series of spectacles held one after another from the beginning of February: galas to elect the Carnival Queen, the Junior Queen and the Senior Queen, children’s and adult murgas (satirical street bands), comparsas (dance groups) and ensemble competitions and festivals, lyrical groups contests and orchestras and carnival groups performances on the streets.


imgp3383.jpgA change of affection
For several years our family had been having a love affair with the Caribbean. We loved the climate, the people, the way of life, the food and the general ambience of the places we visited and the things that we did. We habitually booked our holidays on an “All Inclusive” basis, and dreamed one day of buying our own little place to retire to at the earliest possible opportunity. The only downside we found was the distance involved – a minimum ten hours travelling curtailed short breaks of any kind to the point that we decided to try some short breaks a little closer to home.
Looking at the options available, we decided to give The Canary Islands a try. Our first trip was to Tenerife Los Cristianos where we were pleasantly surprised by the shortness of the flight, the climate and the conditions, but disappointed by the intermittent nature of things to do, and the distance between attractions – often needing a cab to travel between them.

Discovering Tenerife
Soon after we returned from Tenerife Los Cristianos, an opportunity to visit Tenerife for a week during a school holiday presented itself. We booked into “Port Royale” in Los cristianos, which was wonderful. As we explored the area, we realised that Tenerife had an awful lot to offer. Again the climate was brilliant. We found loads to do and plenty of places to see. Tenerife offered a good mix of old and new, rugged and tranquil, lively and relaxed. As a result, we found ourselves falling in love all over again – but this time with a more attainable, more manageable, more accessible part of the world, and again we found ourselves dreaming of buying a little “Place in the Sun”.
As we looked into its feasibility, it soon became clear to us that Tenerife actively encourages buyers from overseas. Given its popularity and year round climate, holiday lets are commonplace, and copious information is available in English to simplify the buying process. Estate Agency is very different to what we are familiar with in the UK, and of course the whole legal process seemed strange at first sight.
During our stay, we viewed several properties in the immediate area – and in fact we were so impressed with what we found was available in our price range that we decided to return to have a proper look at the earliest opportunity.In the interim, we used the Internet to research availability of mortgages in Tenerife, different areas, types of property and of course how much money we should expect to pay for them. Information was plentiful, but in many ways confusing and contradictory.. and then we chanced upon Los Cristianos Properties website which seemed to have a “plain English”, transparent approach to the whole thing – better still they offered free advice with no obligation to ourselves, so we decided to take them at their word and contacted Sue Lewis at her office in Tenerife and then it all started from there, as we been looking over the past five years of finding the right property. After sale was very important to us which we are still receiving their quality services and we would recommend to use this estate agent any time as we searched over 20 or so agents and Los Cristianos Properties came out on top. Without the help of Sue Lewis & Mayte and their team we may of not of achieved where we are today, we are very thankful to Los Cristianos Properties.

Many Thanks

Dee & Meeta



MAGNOLIA GOLF RESORT lies next to the La Caleta Natural  Protected Space declared a " Place of Scientific Interes", where you will find a number of protected species and many types of flowers and palm trees.

Only 300 meters is also the Costa Adeje Golf Course. Complex has  plot of land covering 27,880 m2  This complex comprises 120 properties divided into 12 modules of 10. All of the 2 and 3 bedroom residences face south and have three floors, a garage space, utility area and communal areas with such amenities as a spa and cafe and more.

There is a large garden area in the middle of the complex where the swimming pool is being built - on an elevated area for better sea views. The pool will be surrounded by a spacious garden area and a 5-hole putting green.

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Tenerife - Clash of the Titans PDF Print E-mail

Now we are able to see Tenerife in 3D. Clash of the Titans hits theatres in the UK, EU and United States in begining of April 2010. 



The Clash of the Titans remake project started in 2002 under producer Adam Schroeder and writers John Glenn and Travis Wright. They wanted to drop the "cheesy chessboard manipulation of characters" by the gods. Producer Basil Iwanyk revived the project in 2006 with a rewrite by Travis Beacham, a fan of the original, who intended the script to be "darker and more realistic". Lawrence Kasdan and director Stephen Norrington signed on in 2007. Kasdan gave the script another rewrite from the Beacham version. But Norrington was unsure about his direction for the project because he did not grow up with the original. Leterrier, who did, contacted Norrington through their shared agent about replacing him. By June 2008 Leterrier joined the project and Warner Bros. greenlit the film. Leterrier noted the original Clash of the Titans inspired the climax of his previous film The Incredible Hulk – a battle in a burnt-down courtroom with temple-like columns – and has compared modern superheroes to Greek mythology.
Writers Phil Hay and Matt Manfredi took over the script during July 2008 and used Beacham's draft as a starting point. They focused on the mythology and telling the story through Leterrier's eyes. Hay and Manfredi had to rewrite the script in less than a year using a very active process. Leterrier sought Ray Harryhausen's involvement, and reunited with Hulk concept artist Aaron Sims, who had already been working on Clash of the Titans with Norrington.
Louis Leterrier, during an interview, revealed that he is a big Saint Seiya fan. He specifically cited the armor that the gods wear in his film remake as a sign of homage and respect to Saint Seiya. Masami Kurumada (the author of Saint Seiya) was even asked to collaborate with the production team on poster designs.
Sam Worthington took the role of Perseus because he wanted to make a Clash of the Titans for his nine year old nephew's generation. During filming the cast had a few laughs about the costumes but he took it very seriously "so the audience doesn't have to!" Worthington also did not wear sandals while filming, he instead painted toes on his Nikes so he could perform the stunts better.

Conversion to 3-D

Leterrier approached the studio early on about a 3-D conversion but it was expensive and very new technology. After Avatar, the studio put pressure on Leterrier to convert the film. He was worried because of his previous concerns but was convinced after seeing the View-D conversion process. Leterrier considered the 3-D conversion to improve the viewing experience and should not be seen as a gimmick. However, this has been criticised by many film reviewers and viewers because of the lack of any 3D effects throughout the movie. Some viewers have even claimed to have kept their 3D glasses off most of the time.
[edit] Filming locations
Filming began April 27, 2009, in London at Shepperton Studios. Filming also took place in Wales and the Canary Islands (Spain), primarily in Tenerife (more specifically in the Teide National Park, World Heritage Site). Similarly, in Maspalomas Dunes, in Gran Canaria, and Timanfaya National Park in Lanzarote. While aerial photography was to be conducted in Iceland and Ethiopia.
Filming of volcano scenes at the Harriet hole in Dinorwic Slate Quarry in Wales wrapped at the end of July. This slate quarry has also been used for locations for Willow and Street Fighter.

 Los Cristianos Properties is highly recomended to see this 3D movie. Don´t miss to see Tenerife in 3D.
Alma, heart and soul PDF Print E-mail

Spanish coreographer Carmen Mota premieres her new show - ALMA (SOUL).

Alma, the new spectacular  in Tenerife, Piramide de Arona, has been just premiered.  Carmen Mota and her son Joaquin Marcelo, have a long and fruitful working relationship with the Mare Nostrum resort, where their shows have been running exclusively for many years. Alma, promises to continue that with a series of choreographies based on scores by renowned and famous master composers of popular Spanics rhythms. 

Alma is show in which dance becomes a melting pot that combines tradition within current tendencies in 20th century Spanish dance. 

Los Cristianos Properties is recomending to visit this show. 

Whitney Houston in Tenerife! PDF Print E-mail

Whitney Houston in Tenerife!

The great diva herself heads to Tenerife during her golbal 'I Look To You' tour in 2010. Tenerife is slotted in between Whitney Houston appearances at the O2 in London and Milan's famour Forum. This is going to be a spectacle not to be missed.

This will be megaconcert of megastar. You can missed it! Ask Los Cristianos Properties to help you with your tickets. 

Tickets - VIP Platinum – €300

VIP area – €200Zona Preferente – €100

Normal – €75 Butacas (seats) – €60

General – €40


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