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Now in its 17th year the Hotel Jardin Tropical Golf Tournament is as popular as ever and primed to thrill on Saturday 28 May at Abama Golf in nearby Guia de Isora. The Tenerife golf hotel has a loyal following and they will be keen to show their determination and skill.
Play will be in the form of a pairs scramble under the stableford system and with places for 28 men and 36Â women in 3 categories there’s plenty of fun to go around. As well as the challenge of the day there are many prizes including longest drive for male and female, nearest the flag, and hole in one. After the on course action there will be a presentation meal where the prizes will be awarded, non playing guests can be invited.
Hurry up and book as entries close on 25 May. The price to compete and enjoy the dinner afterwards is 99 euros, non playing guests can join the table for 36 euros. Why not make a night of it and book a special rate luxury room in the Hotel Jardin Tropical, just 50 euros for one night and breakfast based on a double room, for single rooms there is a 20 euro supplement. To book your places call 902250251.
At a time when many holiday destinations are frantically trying to hold on to their customers, Costa Adeje is soaring in popularity. Figures just released for the first 4 months of 2011 show it as the second most popular destination in all the Canary Islands and number one in Tenerife.
Maybe it’s the wide sandy beaches, maybe the outstanding Golf Costa Adeje, maybe the vibrant and varied nightlife, or maybe the quality of hotels. So far this year visitors are up by 9.2 % on the 1.9 million that headed out in 2010, that’s led by a 12.2 % increase in bookings at 5 star hotels.
Well done Costa Adeje, we will be keeping you up to date with all the exciting events coming up over the summer on the beaches and in the towns and villages of this popular area.
You can now follow Costa Adeje on twitter in English Â twitter.com/CostaAdejeEN
After a hard day of wielding swords and fighting gorgons and sea monsters it’s good just to kick off your sandals and relax. The cast and crew of the Clash Of The Titans sequel know where to head at the end of their long day of filming, the Sheraton La Caleta Hotel in the heart of Costa Adeje.
La Caleta has grown gracefully from a lovely fishing village on the south west coast of Tenerife, the main film set is on the eastern coast of the Canary Island at Abades in Arico, some other location work is being done in Teno up on the rugged north west coast of Buenavista del Norte. Despite the drive to work the 300 mainly technical crew have been settled in Sheraton La Caleta for a few weeks while a stone village was being built on the Abades beach. Now filming has started the cast have started arriving, that’s Sam Worthington, Gemma Arterton, Liam Neeson and Ralph Fiennes to name drop just a few.
The movie directed by Jonathan Liebesman, will not hit the cinema screens until 2012 but is sure to follow the opening movie of this reborn franchise as a major tourism brochure for Tenerife. Abades is enjoying all the attention, it got used to being in the spotlight last year as the home village of Pedro the Barcelona footballer who played a key part in Spain’s World Cup triumph.
There’s no doubt about it the Costa Adeje area is a firm favourite with newcomers to Tenerife looking to find a home. Maybe it’s the rugged coast, maybe the views of the mountains or maybe it’s the enticing fish restaurants, which ever it is Crossley Morfitt & Lennox are greeting more and more people at their La Caleta office.
The beaches are wide and welcoming for families and the night life offers something for all tastes whether it be food or music. With a high standard home nights in can be equally rewarding looking out over the Atlantic and planning the next days adventure.
Crossley Morfitt & Lennox have offices in La Caleta and Los Cristianos but we like to make it easy for you to contact us and keep up to date with our latest news at your leisure. For fast and easy interaction there’s Twitter, our properties and the natural wonders of Tenerife are always open to viewing at Flickr, for a 3D walk around try You Tube, and you can pop in and chat at Facebook .
Tenerife was made for sharing that’s why Crossley Morfitt & Lennox are reaching out in a choice of languages, our website has always been available in English with Spanish as an alternative. Looking further afield we welcome our Polish friends and with a strong Russian interest in Tenerife we are pleased to also offer that language option.