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Tenerife north, Canary Islands – Average Annual Weather

August is the hottest month in Tenerife north with an average temperature of 25°C (77°F) and the coldest is January at 17.5°C (64°F) with the most daily sunshine hours at 10 in August. The wettest month is January with an average of 40mm of rain. The best month to swim in the sea is in August when the average sea temperature is 26°C (79°F).

Average Temperature: Tenerife north

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°C 18 18 19 19 20 22 25 25 25 23 21 19
°F 64 64 66 66 68 72 76 77 77 73 70 66

Average High/Low Temperature: Tenerife north

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High °C 20 21 22 22 23 25 28 29 28 26 24 22
Low °C 15 15 16 16 17 19 21 21 22 20 18 16
High °F 68 70 72 72 73 77 82 84 82 79 75 72
Low °F 59 59 61 61 63 66 70 70 72 68 64 61

Average Rainfall: Tenerife north

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mm 40 30 30 20 10 10 10 10 10 20 30 40
Days 7 5 6 5 3 1 0 1 3 5 7 8

Average Daily Sunshine Hours: Tenerife north

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Hours 4 7 7 8 8 8 9 10 7 7 5 5

Average Sea Temperature: Tenerife north

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  Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
°C 15 15 15 16 18 21 24 26 25 22 19 17
°F 59 59 59 61 64 70 75 79 77 72 66 63

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Travel Destinations With Perfect Weather All Year

Too many people (myself included), the idea of “perfect weather” is not-a-cloud-in-the-sky sunny and 70 – 80 degrees F. Well, there are places on this globe that actually have that weather the majority of the time. Here are 10 beautiful places that have beautiful weather! (all temperatures are Fahrenheit)

 

Sydney, Australia

When you think of Australia, you might imagine a continent of hot, dry outback. Well, parts of Australia are like that, but along the Southern and Southeastern coasts the weather is simply gorgeous! Sydney lies on the Southeastern coast of Australia. Lows in the Winter usually range around the 40 degree mark, with highs in the 60s. Summers average around 80 degrees but can top off at over 100 degrees. Rain happens any time of year, but Sydney boasts around 104 cloudless days each year.

 

Sao Paulo, Brazil

Sao Paulo is the largest city in Brazil. Since it has an inland location and sits at a high elevation, the weather here is simply gorgeous! The weather temperatures stay fairly consistent year-round and range in the 80s in the Summer and 70s in the Winter. Rain falls mostly during the Summer months, but is rarely severe.

 

Malaga, Spain

This gorgeous city lies in the province of Andalusia. During the Winter months, there is an average 6 hours per day of sunshine, even though Winter is the wettest season. Winter lows are in the 50s and highs in the 60s. While in the Summer months, the temperature tops out around 85. Malaga has a rich history and many famous poets and artists have come out of Malaga, including Pablo Picasso.

 

Canary Islands

The Canary Islands is a popular tourist destination for very good reason. While inland, the weather varies, along the coast it is gorgeous year-round. The temperatures here don’t vary much during the year. In the Summer months, the temperature tops off around 80, while in the Winter, the highs are around 70. It is also dry and sunny throughout most of the year in Tenerife.

 

Santa Barbara, California, US

Santa Barbara is an incredibly popular tourist destination and one of my personal favorites. It sits on the Central California coast and has gorgeous weather all year long with highs in the 70s during the Summer and 60s during the Winter. Santa Barbara gets around 19 inches of rain per year with most of that falling during the Winter months.

The rain makes the landscapes around Santa Barbara green, lush and beautiful. Santa Barbara has a thriving downtown area that is a shopper’s dream with many specialty and clothing shops. I even found some clothing that used to belong to the singer Cher in a consignment shop there once.

 

San Diego, California

Another one of my favorite destinations, San Diego sits along the southernmost coast of California, not far from the Mexico border. Summer highs hover around the 80 degree mark while Winter highs are usually 60 to 70 degrees. San Diego also has an average 260 sunny days per year. San Diego is famous for its Gaslamp Quarter, its miles of beaches, surfing, shopping and gorgeous landscape.

 

Kunming, China

Kunming is located in China’s Yunnan Province, at an altitude of just over 6000 feet. High temperatures are in the 70s during the Summer months and hover in the 60s during the Winter. The evenings can dip below freezing in Winter, however. Most rainfall occurs between the months of June and October. Because the weather is so pleasant year-round, it is known as the “City of Eternal Spring.”

 

Medellin, Colombia

Because Medellin, Colombia sits in the Tropical Latitudes, it has almost perfect weather year-round. Average highs top out at around 80 degrees throughout the year. Because of it’s tropical location, Medellin does see a lot of rainfall during the year.

But, the reward from all that rain is its lush mountain landscapes. Although the city used to be notorious for being the home of Colombia’s drug cartel, it has managed to rid itself of the violent street gangs and cartel and is now a safe tourist destination.

 

Lihue, Hawaii

Lihue, located on the island of Kauai, stays at a very temperate 80 degrees year-round. The highest temperature ever recorded in the city was 90 degrees Most rainfall is light and occurs mostly in the Winter months. While it seldom gets heavy storms, the possibility for that is also in the Winter. But, even if you choose to visit in the Summer, you’ll be pleasantly surprised by how moderate the temperature is.

 

Durban, South Africa

Located on South Africa’s Eastern Coastline, Durban has become a very popular tourist destination because of its beautiful weather and long, gorgeous beaches. In Summer, highs are in the 80s, but it does rain often, which is something to keep in mind when planning your vacation. Luckily, even the Winter months are sunny and warm with highs averaging in the low 70s.

Tenerife weather averages for planning holidays

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Tenerife weather 2022/2023: an overview


Tenerife’s weather has drawn holidaymakers to its black and golden sand shores for decades.


The promise of warm sunshine with little chance of any rain makes it an attractive option, and when you consider the vast selection of things to do, from the beaches and water sports to hiking and exploring Teide National Park, it’s easy to see why Tenerife is such a hit in both summer and winter.


Tenerife is the largest of the Canary Islands, which sits in the Atlantic Ocean just over 300 kilometres off the coast of Morocco. As with the other islands in the group, Tenerife’s weather is some of the best in the world with plenty of sunshine: summers are very dry and quite hot, while winters are slightly cooler, with some rain.




Tenerife weather: rise above the cloud on Mt Teide © MCM – Fotolia.com

Tenerife’s weather, however, is more complex than you might expect: from north to south, sea level to the peak of Mount Teide, conditions can vary greatly within the same day, let alone across the seasons.


Conditions that affect the weather in Tenerife in this part of the Atlantic are governed by gentle trade winds that blow year-round from the northeast, and by the temperature of the Atlantic Ocean surrounding the island.


The trade winds provide a high degree of protection against unsettled weather while the temperature of the water, which varies only by about 4°C all year, prevents the island from becoming too hot in summer or too cold in winter.




Winter often brings snow to the summit © cyclone81 – Fotolia.com

Locally, temperatures are also governed by altitude above sea level. The summit of Mount Teide in the centre of Tenerife is over 3,700 metres (12,000 ft), making it the highest point of any island in the Atlantic Ocean, and Spain’s highest mountain, usually snowcapped in winter.


The air temperature at the summit can be as much as 20°C cooler than at sea level, while cloud and rainfall are also generally greater at higher elevations and, because of the prevailing northeasterly winds, more rain falls on north-facing slopes than in the south of the island.


  • Tenerife’s summer – May to October
  • Tenerife’s winter – November to April


Tenerife summer weather – May to October


While the weather in Tenerife may not see any drastic contrast between the seasons, the summer months do enjoy the highest temperatures, both on land and in the sea, as well as the most amount of sunshine.


Days are long, hot, and sunny with barely a drop of rain likely, making it a real winner for those after a holiday close enough to home to avoid a long haul flight but with reliable heat and sunshine to help make any break a big success.


Tenerife’s weather sees temperatures climb from early summer highs of 21°C in May to 25°C by July, peaking at around 26°C in August, although it has been known to be far hotter during the height of summer, especially in the drier south of the island.


Heat and humidity isn’t a huge issue here, with low levels in July, reaching a maximum of moderate in August only. Evenings gradually stay warmer as well, with lows of 14°C in May (you’ll certainly need layers at this time), to the region of 19°C after dusk by August.




The southwest of Tenerife is the most sheltered place to swim © Alex Tihonov – Fotolia.com

The sea too warms up steadily in summer, increasing by roughly a degree per month from 20°C in May to 23°C in August. There’s loads of sunshine to be had with nine hours per day in May, June, and August, while July takes the top spot with no fewer than 10 hours of glorious sunshine per day.


The weather in Tenerife in late summer, September and October, is delightful, as the whole island has benefitted from the warmth of the sun over the previous months.


The sea stays warm until the end of October when temperatures start to decline, days remain hot at around 24°C or 25°C with low heat and humidity, and evenings are pleasant, dropping to 17°C or 18°C.


There’s also plenty of sunshine about with as much as seven hours in October, unlike the UK, which sees only three hours at the same time, although do watch out for the UV, which remains very high in September.


Rainfall is rare and likely to be sharp and isolated if you see any at all. This welcoming weather in Tenerife is what helps make it so popular with those after late summer breaks and even half term holidays.


For those wanting to swim, the weather in Tenerife throws up various options at different times of the year. For shallow, sheltered water, head to the southwest coast where you’ll find plenty of beaches with breakwaters where the sea is at its calmest in summer.


The north of the island is more exposed to the Atlantic with bigger waves, especially in winter, which is when surfers flock to the rougher seas. As for the wind, summer tends to see the strongest breezes, typically coming from the east/northeast.




Tenerife winter weather – November to April


The word ‘winter’ could be misleading: forget icy starts and dark days – Tenerife’s weather in winter is a whole other ball game. Between November and December, the weather in Tenerife is cooling down from summer.


Days sit at 21°C in November, 19°C by December, there’s no heat and humidity, and evenings turn chilly at 15°C and 13°C respectively.




Playa de las Americas beach, Tenerife © Aleksandar Todorovic – Fotolia.com

The sea retains its heat, and is still just warm enough to swim in at 22°C in November, and 20°C by December. There’s a good six hours of sunshine to be had at this time, and only a slight increase in the risk of seeing any rain with December, statistically the wettest month of the year, seeing no more than six days affected in some way by rainfall.


These changes are small and subtle, marking the turn of the season but in no way an end to Tenerife’s holiday weather conditions. Compared to the UK at this time, which sees a whopping one hour of sunshine in December and a high, if you’re lucky, of 8°C, the weather in Tenerife in the early part of winter remains warm with lots of sunshine around.


Moving into the new year, the weather in Tenerife is pretty consistent from January to April, with only marginal shifts in conditions. January and February mark the coolest periods, with days typically reaching 18°C, edging towards 20°C by March and April.


Evenings are fresh at 12°C to 13°C, so do pack extra layers. The sea sits at about 19°C until May, which many find too chilly, so do book a hotel with a heated pool if you want to guarantee comfortable swimming.


The sun gradually offers more of itself as the year moves on, with six hours per day in January increasing to seven in February and March, and eight by April. Just watch out for the UV, which is also on the up from high in February to very high by March and April. A big bonus is the lack of heat and humidity, which makes no appearance at all from January to April.


As with the other Canary Islands, Tenerife’s weather is susceptible to calima winds, which whip up dust and sand from the Sahara, blowing it into the Atlantic and over the islands.


Tenerife can become submerged in a cloud of thick dust with lower visibility, poorer air quality and higher temperatures that can last anywhere from a few hours to a few days. In theory, this can happen at any time of year, but February and March are prone to these storms.


Tenerife weather – summary


Tenerife’s reputation as a fabulous holiday destination is well deserved. Put simply, it’s never too hot or too cold, and it is mostly sunny as well as easy to get to.


While the island welcomes more than a quarter of a million UK holidaymakers every month, Tenerife’s peak season is in winter when thousands of sun-starved Brits, plus other nationalities, head to the island to bask in the reliably warm rays and get a good dose of vitamin D.




The wetter, greener north of Tenerife © dihetbo – Fotolia.com

There’s a simple way of looking at the difference in Tenerife’s weather across the island throughout the year: for hot, dry conditions, ideal for going to the beach, stick to the bustling resorts of the south.


For rich green landscapes, dense pine and laurel forests, and hiking trails, make for the north; just be aware that typically, it is slightly cooler and cloudier with more chance of seeing some rain.


Interested in finding out more about Tenerife weather in 2022/2023? Don’t miss our annual climate guide to Tenerife, which clearly shows averages throughout the year. Then there’s the five-day weather forecast for the island and the weather today.


You can also find out more about visiting the island, and browse the latest cheap deals to Tenerife in our dedicated island guide.

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Which is the hottest month in Tenerife?

The hottest time of year in Playa de las Americas, Tenerife is normally August. Expect maximum daytime temperatures to reach 26°C with moderate heat and humidity.

Which month has the most rain in Tenerife?

In terms of rainfall, December is usually the wettest month in Playa de las Americas, Tenerife with 75mm on average. There are normally 6 days in December with some rain.

When is it sunniest in Tenerife?

The sunniest time of year in Playa de las Americas, Tenerife is normally July with bright sunshine on average for 71% of daylight hours; that’s 10 hours of sunshine per day.

When is the sea warmest in Tenerife?

The sea is usually at its warmest in Playa de las Americas, Tenerife in September when the water temperature reaches 24°C.

What is the flight time to Tenerife from the UK?

The flight time to Tenerife from the UK is typically 4.5 hours.

What is the time difference between Tenerife and the UK?

The time difference between Tenerife and the UK is GMT+0 hours.

What is the main language spoken in Tenerife?

The main language spoken in Tenerife is Spanish.

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Ten things to do on Tenerife on a rainy day.

Somebody get the smelling salts, there’s been a mass fainting. Yes, despite what some would have you believe, it does occasionally rain on Tenerife. Sometimes it even monsoons it down. And when it does, it is worth having a plan B alternative to lying on the beach.

These are some ideas of how to keep dry and still have fun when the heavens decide Tenerife needs a soaking.

Go underground

An atmospheric, fascinating and even spooky place to stay dry if it rains is in Europe’s longest volcanic tube, the 17 kilometre long Cueva del Viento near Icod de los Vinos. You don’t explore the whole tunnel, only a short section and although the tunnel might be dry, the information provided by learned guides isn’t. It’s a lot of fun. Giant rats and mutant cockroaches used to scuttle and crawl through these pitch black tubes; I just thought it was worth mentioning that before you descend into Tenerife’s bowels.

Shopping opportunity

Not so long ago tourists visiting the south of Tenerife had to head north for any decent shopping opportunities. The north still has most of the biggest shopping centres but now there are alternatives in the south like Gran Sur and super stylish Plaza del Duque in Costa Adeje, or the Safari Centre in Playa de las Américas. Designer fashion shops include familiar British High Street names as well as lesser known Spanish ones, whilst Canarian supermarket chains are generally the best places in resort areas to pick up local products (cheese, honeys, wine, mojo sauces etc.) without paying inflated tourist prices.

City tour

There are few things more sorry looking than a beach resort on a rainy day. Cities, on the other hand, can handle rain. Some even look more atmospheric when damp and the neon lights from shops add colour to puddles. What they definitely do offer is lots of escape routes from drizzle – whether that’s shops, restaurants, galleries and museums, interesting buildings or even watching the world go by from inside a tram. The Tranvia links Santa Cruz and La Laguna, two Tenerife cities worth exploring whatever the weather is doing.

Want to know more about Tenerife’s cities? Read our articles on Santa Cruz and La Laguna.

Dive under the waves

It might seem irrational, considering the end result is going to be the same, but I’m not keen on the idea of slipping into a rubber suit and slipping below the waves in the rain. Stepping into a mini yellow submarine and diving beneath the sea is a completely different prospect. It’s a wonderful world down there whatever is happening up above the waves. Submarine safaris sail from San Miguel Marina in the south of Tenerife and cost from around €42 for adults.

Soak in a spa

A good way to get rid of poor weather blues is to indulge in a bit of pampering and splash out on a spa visit – jacuzzis, saunas, Turkish baths and ice temples in luxurious surroundings await weary bodies (usually in the grounds of one of the island’s luxury hotels). In the Oriental Spa Garden of the Hotel Botanico in Puerto de la Cruz it’s possible to travel around the world wrapped in only a towel as they have skin revitalising rituals from the Far East, North Africa, Polynesia and Japan.

Take a tapas tour

If the timing is right, the rain will fall to coincide with one of the rutas de tapas that are held in various areas across the island throughout the year. In some places there can be 30+ restaurants participating, all offering a tapa and a drink (beer, wine, water) for €2.50 to €3. You get a passport, park yourself at one of the restaurants, eat a specially created tapa, drink, have your passport stamped and move on. After a few vinos who cares if it’s raining or even snowing? If there’s no ruta de tapas, make your own. Puerto de la Cruz is best for a diverse choice of tapas restaurants.

Here are some popular tapas dishes to look out for on Tenerife.

Visit a bodega

Use the excuse of not wanting to get wet outside by getting soaked inside and discover the best of Tenerife’s wines. There are lots of bodegas in the Tenerife hills, some you can arrange a visit (Monje in El Sauzal, CHP in Candelaria) whereas others are small scale producers. At the Casa del Vino, also El Sauzal, you can taste a selection of the island’s wines, visit the small museum and have tapas overlooking the Atlantic.

Learn about Tenerife

There are some wonderful museums on Tenerife that cover art, history, military movements, the land and even the stars. Most fun are the Museum of Science and the Cosmos in La Laguna, where many of the exhibits are interactive, and the Museum of Man and Nature in Santa Cruz where you can see real… err… dead mummies.

Go to the Cinema

Choose carefully with this one. Pop in to see the latest blockbuster at La Villa multi-cine in La Orotava and you’ll be wondering why Tom Cruise sounds like a Mexican bandit. Most cinemas show movies in Spanish. Gran Sur in Costa Adeje screens a couple of mainstream films in their original language whereas TEA in Santa Cruz does the same with more ‘critically acclaimed’ movies.

Find the sun

Those who claim it never rains in the south of Tenerife might be prone to memory erasing moments but what is more accurate is that often when it’s raining somewhere on Tenerife, it’s sunny somewhere else on the island. One of the most dependable spots for sunshine most days of the year is Teide National Park.

Climbing through grey and gloomy clouds into the most intense blue skies is not only an escape from the rain, it’s also one of those unbelievable travel moments that never, ever loses its power to wow.

Here are ten more ideas of things to do on Tenerife.

7 Things You Should Know About The Weather in Playa del Carmen

 

Understandably,  just before any traveler embarks on their trip the last thing they do is check the weather in Playa del Carmen.

Weather forecasts are one of Google’s most popular searches, however, the results are definitely more accurate in some parts of the world than others.

When booking any tropical vacation you pray that the weather will be good because for many people it makes or breaks the vacation.

While that is almost guaranteed to some extent here in Playa del Carmen, it’s always good to brush up on the facts before visiting so you can plan ahead.

 

Rest assured that when you come to Playa del Carmen or the Riviera Maya you’ll have your fair share of sun, ocean breeze, tropical heat, and perhaps the occasional shower.

The average figure for this region of Mexico is 300 days of glorious sunshine a year!

Not bad. 😉

That’s why depending on your personal preferences, there may be better times to book your vacation than others.

Because of the Caribbean’s global positioning, the weather here is subject to change very quickly that’s why we feel there are some things you need to know about the weather in Playa del Carmen to help you plan your next trip more efficiently.

1. The Weather in Playa del Carmen is VERY Hot and Humid.

The tropical Caribbean is a highly popular vacation destination because of the warm balmy temperatures that are apparent all year around.

Be sure to bring ample amounts of sunscreen, you’re going to need it!

Generally, the year is divided up into two seasons. Rainy season (October to April), and dry season (May to October).

However, the highest temperatures often occur anywhere between March or April until October.

 

The months with the most rainfall are usually September and October with cooler temperatures becoming more noticeable particularly in the morning and evenings around that time.

However, in recent years it’s becoming harder and harder to define the new normal, particularly in the Caribbean.

Many researchers believe that this is largely due to global warming.

Average Low and High Temperatures in Playa del Carmen per Month (in Fahrenheit):
  • January – 61/82
  • February – 62/86
  • March – 64/88
  • April – 66/89
  • May – 71/93
  • June – 73/90
  • July – 72/90
  • August – 72/90
  • September – 70/89
  • October – 68/88
  • November – 64/84
  • December – 64/84

The monthly rainfall is less than 2 inches per month except during the month of May through to October where it can be anywhere between 6-8 inches.

Playa del Carmen is almost always humid, this makes it feel even hotter than it already is particularly from March/April through September/October.

 

Remember to stay hydrated and drink plenty of water each day, particularly if you have had a heavy night drinking.

2. When it Rains it Pours

Yes, a ‘shower’ in Playa del Carmen usually does mean a heavy downpour.

Fear not!

When the dramatic skies appear and gloomy clouds hang over our beautiful shorelines, 9 times out of 10 it is extremely fleeting.

Due to the favorable winds in this region, a storm usually passes by as quickly as it arrives.

 

If the forecast predicts it’s going to be raining the entire time during your vacation, do not be fooled, it will likely return to glorious sunshine very quickly after a shower.

Which mean that you can quickly get back to topping your tan up.

Rain are seaweed are the least desirable elements for a beach vacation.

However, mother nature is a force to be reckoned with and we can’t control it. What we can control is the quality of your vacation regardless of these factors.

 

The truth is, however, no matter what time of year you come it’s always possible that you have a bad beach day (or two or three).

Luckily, Playa del Carmen is home to an array of other fascinating eco-systems that you can enjoy come rain or sun!

These include the jungle, and the wondrous underground cenotes unique to this part of the world.

On a rainy day our top recommendations would be:

1. Selvatica

Tripadvisor’s number 1 outdoor activity is an adventure that can be enjoyed whenever the weather.

In my experience, I would argue that it is even more enjoyable in the rain!

 

Why?

What’s more fun than gripping and ripping it with a kickass Polaris ATV?

Racing in the rain, that’s what!

Prepare to get down and dirty because when it rains here in Playa del Carmen that’s not enough to stop us!

When you’re behind the wheel of an exhilarating Polaris ATV it makes the experience even more memorable.

These state-of-the-art vehicles were specifically designed for this terrain!

 

Petrol heads should rejoice at the sight of rain but we bet you’ve never experienced suspension this good.

Selvatica is encapsulated by wild jungle, so sling some mud, let loose, you’re on vacation after all!

The Mayan jungle was made for this!

Not only is the rain the perfect antidote to the hot sticky weather, you can enjoy the way it feels on your skin as you fly like a bird down the parks 10 circuit zip lines.

Forget your conventional ziplines Selvatica boasts some of the most thrilling and innovative engineering designs in the world.

At the attraction, you get to enjoy not 1 but 5 types of zip line! 

These include:

  1. Tarzania – AKA the human rollercoaster.
  2. Superflight – fly like a superhero!
  3. Glove Control – control your own speed with your hand.
  4. Upside Down  – see the jungle from a completely new perspective.
  5. Cenote Splash – plunge yourself into the water and prepare to make a splash!

 

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2. Visit a Wellness Spa / Get a Massage

When on vacation you should be relaxing and enjoying life as much as possible and the rain shouldn’t interfere with this.

Bric Spa is a favorite of both locals and tourists for a reason.

All their products are 100% natural. 

They use ingredients from their very own garden that have been infused with aromatic oils.

 

Therapists here also use ancient techniques straight from Mayan culture, resulting in a totally unique massage menu.

Try a Mayan herbal massage,  Shirodhara head massage or work out all those stubborn knots with a traditional deep tissue massage.

Location – Calle 28 & 10 Avenue

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Go See a Movie

A child-friendly option would be to go and see a movie.

Believe it or not, most movies screened in Mexico are in their original version and subtitled.

Sometimes there is nothing better than getting cozy in the cinema with all your favorite munchie and watching a great film.

The chances are that by the time it’s finished the rain will be gone! Win, win.

 

There are plenty of films to watch in either of the two movie theatres found in Playa del Carmen: Cinemex in Centro Maya, or Cinepolis in Plaza las Americas.

The options are endless, so think outside the box, do your homework, and embrace the rain!

4. Come Armed With Mosquito Repellent.

Nobody enjoys being bitten by these pesky insects.

The effects are extremely irritable and very annoying.

Thankfully, there are some very effective means to avoid and prevent them from coming into contact with your skin.

Prevention is the best medicine when it comes to deterring these blood-sucking vermin.

 

During the rainy season in Playa del Carmen, you will find that there are much more mosquitos than normal.

You will particularly notice this if your hotel is surrounded by lush tropical jungle.

In downtown Playa del Carmen, they are apparent, but not as much.

Here are our top tips to avoid being bitten:

  • Always wear insect repellent, when you’re out. Especially during dawn and dusk,  and reapply after leaving the water.

If you plan on visiting a cenote or want to go snorkeling amongst coral reefs it’s absolutely paramount that you choose a BIODEGRADABLE repellent.

The chemicals in normal repellent cause irreversible damage to the rock formations and coral reefs, not only that, but they can have ghastly effects on the marine life that live there.

As you can imagine millions of people visit Playa del Carmen every year, with so many bodies in the water over time, you can understand why this is of huge importance.

We urge you to be more eco-friendly if you care about sustaining the beautiful marine life in this area of the world.

  • Wear light colors, mosquitos have been known to be more attracted to darker colored clothing.
  • Wear pants and long-sleeve shirts when possible. Obviously, it is very hot here in Mexico so that may not be the most appealing option but mosquitos are known to target areas such as the ankles and arms.

5. Hurricanes

A natural disaster that people all over the world dread.

Yes, of course, because of the tropical conditions in this area of the world hurricanes are possible, but they are not likely. 

Another reassurance is that these days hurricanes are much more foreseeable and the advancements in technology mean that we can prevent the devastating effects much better.

 

Hurricane season runs from June to November for the Atlantic/Caribbean regions.

Weather patterns before and after this time hinder the development of any serious tropical storms.

We are lucky enough to live in a time where meteorologists can forecast the development of a tropical storm.

They do this by studying its growth and trajectory.

This gives time for local warnings to be issued and protection tactics to be implemented to minimize the damage.

The last time a serious hurricane happened in this region was 10 years ago. 

If you are planning to travel during hurricane season and you are a little worried just keep an eye on the National Hurricane Center‘s weather updates.

You should always purchase travel insurance but ESPECIALLY during these times as you can change your flight dates without being penalized.

Many hotels and establishments are protected with hurricane shutters and you can rest assured that the authorities and embassies will do whatever they can to ensure your safety.

Hurricane season shouldn’t be a deterrent to your travels it is just like choosing to visit at any other time of year, you will always be protected from the dangers of bad weather if you need shelter.

6. High Season in Playa del Carmen

When coming to Playa del Carmen we should note there are times of the year when it is much much busier than other.

However, due to the popularity of this city, the gap between low and high season is gradually plateauing.

That said prices do differ greatly for hotel room rates and even for some tours during the low and high seasons.

 

So, you may want to keep this mind before booking.

  • High season: March/April, July/August and Christmas/New Year’s
  • Shoulder season: January, February, May, June
  • Low season: September, October

7. The Best Time to Visit Playa del Carmen

With a better understanding of the weather here in Playa del Carmen, you’re probably now wondering when the best time to visit is?

The truth?

All year round is a great time to travel to Playa del Carmen.

In today’s current global climate it’s virtually impossible to predict the weather.

The only thing we are certain of is that the climate is warm and balmy all year around.  

 

However, if you really do want to avoid rain as much as possible avoid traveling between the months of September and October as you are likely to encounter more bad weather than normal.

Although we did note that the cooler months of November and March can sometimes see a drop in temperature, we should note that the climate will still be more than satisfactory. It’s just that gray skies and rain may occur on some of the days.

We hope you feel more informed on what to expect when you visit Playa del Carmen. Paradise awaits you!

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The tropical storm forces to suspend acts and classes

The Canary Islands activated last night at 00:00 the maximum alert for the danger of flooding as a result of the foreseeable effects on the Canary Islands of Cyclone Ten, which late yesterday had already become Tropical Storm Hermine, as announced by the Hurricane Center of Miami. Immediately, all events scheduled for the weekend were suspended, as well as classes on Monday, and recommendations were made for citizens to comply with to avoid greater evils. A cyclone becomes a tropical storm when the winds intensify.

The president of Canary Islands Government, Angel Victor Torres, held an emergency meeting yesterday with those responsible for the island councils in order to coordinate the actions. Although Torres announced that, in view of the latest predictive models, the core of the phenomenon seems a priori unlikely to arrive directly or to stop on the Islands, that does not mean that significant rainfall will not occur

The tropical storm forces to suspend acts and classes

By the way, the president stressed that “it is possible that we are facing the most important of the last decade, according to what the technicians tell us”, while insisting that the Government had declared the maximum alert for rain, wind, storms and pluvial flooding in all the islands. In this sense, Torres explained that the foreseeable thing is that the tropical storm will begin to approach the Canary Islands through the western islands, reach greater intensity from noon today, Saturday, and that its peak will occur between Sunday and Monday. The rain will affect the entire Archipelago, but greater intensity is expected in La Gomera, El Hierro, La Palma, Tenerife and Gran Canaria.

Given this circumstance, the regional Executive proceeded yesterday to activate the Canary Islands Specific Emergency Plan for Risks of Adverse Meteorological Phenomena (Pefma). The level of alert according to the forecasts provided yesterday by the regional Executive is maximum in terms of the risk of flooding. In a pyramidal, chain reaction, the emergency plans were launched by the councils of Tenerife, La Palma, La Gomera, El Hierro and Gran Canaria, as well as the municipal plans.

In view of the predictive models, it is expected that the conditions are conducive to the development of what is called a tropical depression, which would initially affect, starting today, Saturday, the western area (southwest) of the autonomous community, spreading throughout the weekend to the rest of the Archipelago.

From the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet), its delegate in the Canary Islands, David Suárez, explained that the most probable evolution points to the cyclone being located to the southwest of the Canary Islands between tomorrow, Sunday, and Monday, emphasizing that the Islands they will receive an indirect impact, so he considered that special attention should be paid to rainfall and associated storms.

The tropical storm forces to suspend acts and classes

The forecast is that there will be widespread rainfall, many of them in the form of showers, although it is not ruled out that they could be locally strong and even very strong. In fact, the magnitudes that the Aemet shuffles suggest that it could be around 100 liters per square meter in 24 hours. As for the wind, it will have a certain intensity, reaching over 70 kilometers per hour.

The truth is that the consequences of the arrival of this tropical storm to the Archipelago have not been long in coming. Thus, the Ministry of Education has decreed the suspension of classes this Monday, while the opening ceremony of the 2022-2023 academic year that was scheduled to be held in the University of La Laguna (ULL), also announced for Monday, has been definitively cancelled.

Auditorio de Tenerife, a body dependent on the Cabildo de Tenerife, suspends the second Fimucité concert and also the open-air dance show Cossoc. As for Tenerife Espacio de las Artes (TEA), the celebration of the workshop that was going to be given by the artists Álvaro Urbano and Petrit Halilaj, as well as the screening of the film La traición de Huda, by Hany Abu-Assad, is cancelled.

The City Council of Santa Cruz de Tenerife reported that it had proceeded to mobilize all its troops in the face of the possible Adverse Meteorological Phenomenon (FMA) and, as immediate measures, had proceeded to clean scuppers and sewers, to review tanks and facilities, as well as the beds of the ravines. Likewise, from the Social Action area temporary accommodation has been offered to homeless people, prioritizing the cases of those who live on the banks or beds of the ravines. In this sense, 20 new beds have already been set up in the Municipal Shelter Center, known as the Shelter. As for the calendar of events, Mobility Week, Neighbor’s Day in Ofra and the Southwest District Party are suspended.

The tropical storm forces to suspend acts and classes

In the municipality of La Laguna, preventive measures have also been articulated and, as regards recreational activities, those planned in Heraclio Sánchez street, within the framework of the European Mobility Week, are suspended; the Inclusive Folklore Festival and dynamization activities for the elderly. As far as the City Council of El Rosario is concerned, the Canarian Equestrian Resistance Championship is canceled

In La Orotava, the Beer Festival (Beer Festival) is suspended, as well as the Diversaldo Fair, while in the municipality of Tacoronte the acts of the Octave of Christ, which are moved to next weekend, suffer the same fate. By the way, the mayor explained that the postponement of the Eighth and all the planned events, such as the Dance Festival, the II Aquathlon, the night procession and the fireworks, while on Sunday it will affect the traditional craft fair , the liturgy and subsequent procession of the Cristo de Los Dolores.

In the south of the island, in Granadilla, the procession and fireworks scheduled for this Saturday are suspended, on the occasion of the Patron Saint’s Day, as well as the XV Barquera Pilgrimage that was to be held tomorrow, Sunday. In Arona, the music band concert scheduled for today and tomorrow, Sunday, the Triathlon and Aquatlon Inverted Spring Hotels is cancelled.

In Adeje, the Black Sound Costa Adeje concerts, a black music festival, are not being held, while in Guía de Isora the Sacred Music Festival scheduled for Sunday is on hold.

Source

Tropical storm
  • If a tropical cyclone intensifies, then it acquires the name of a tropical storm, which is characterized by winds that can reach speeds of between 64 and 117 km/h. Once they reach this stage, they are assigned a name in alphabetical order, as in the case of Hermine, for which she is heading towards the Canary Islands.

Location

in Cape Verde
  • The US National Hurricane Center (NHC) and the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet) had been monitoring for days a disturbance located in the interior of the African continent, southeast of Cape Verde, and that upon reaching the ocean surface could develop into a tropical cyclone or storm.

Evolution

Northbound
  • The depression is advancing northward at a speed of approximately 15 kilometers per hour but “will not impact” the Canary Islands, although it will come close enough to leave widespread, intense and persistent rainfall, accompanied by storms throughout the end. weekdays and next Monday.

odds

150 liters square meter
  • The Aemet sees it probable that in points of the western islands and Gran Canaria up to 150 liters per square meter will be registered in 12 hours. No windstorm or maritime storm is expected, but strong or very strong gusts from the south are.

Tenerife – features of the region and buying property

The hospitable island is known throughout the world. It is famous primarily for the variety of recreational opportunities gathered in a small picturesque area. Here you can even change the climate – just move from south to north or vice versa. It is not surprising that many people are attracted to Tenerife real estate. ..

About geography, climate and tourism

Tenerife is the largest and most famous island of the Canary archipelago among Russian-speaking vacationers. Despite its relatively small size – just over 2000 sq. km, the nature here is very diverse. The Teide volcano rises above the island, covered with a snow cap, pine forests stretch at its foot, and golden beaches stretch along the coast. In the south, they are warmed by the hot sun twelve months a year. The north amazes with lush vegetation.

The volcanic ridge divides Tenerife into two parts – northern and southern. In the first, the climate is cooler and damper. Rain is not uncommon here, as is unexpected impenetrable fog. True, in an hour it can just as suddenly be replaced by a bright sun. So the weather, although unpredictable, is still pleasant. In the south it is always dry and sunny. There are only a few cloudy days throughout the year. No wonder Tenerife is called the Island of Eternal Spring. Throughout the year, on average, the weather is warm and sunny. The temperature ranges from 20 to 26 °C in winter and from 23 to 29°C in summer. So you can safely come here without looking at the calendar.

The pleasant climate, coupled with the low cost of living, attracts not only residents of continental Spain, but also many foreigners to the island. Tourism began to develop here in the 19th century and today forms the basis of the region’s economy. About 4 million tourists visit Tenerife every year. Moreover, many Europeans over the age of 40 willingly change their well-equipped life in a noisy metropolis for a measured life in a pleasant subtropical climate.

This, in turn, provides a constant overseas demand for local real estate. Especially popular is the south of the island in the area of ​​the famous Playa de las Americas. Although it all depends on the personal preferences of the buyer …

About the main resorts of Tenerife

The island is divided into two parts not only climatically, but also according to “specialization”. In the south of Tenerife, a real paradise for lovers of chocolate tan and non-stop entertainment. The north is perfect for those who prefer a quiet, calm, cultural in every sense of the word vacation in cool weather to noisy parties.

However, the distances here are so small that you can enjoy the charms of the north and south in the same vacation: it takes only a few hours to go around the island.

Playa de las Americas is the largest and most popular resort on the island. Excellent infrastructure, sandy beaches with many water activities, an abundance of clubs and discos for every taste have made it a real tourist Mecca. Young people from all over the world love to live and relax here.

No less developed, but quieter “family” Los Cristianos and Costa Adeje are located in the neighborhood. The latter was until recently part of the Playa de las Americas. But today it has turned into an independent resort, which is ideal for families with children and is considered the best in the Canaries in this regard. The water in the bay here is always quiet and calm. There is no noisy nightlife, but there is a water park and many opportunities for hiking. The three main local beaches not only provide a full range of services, but are also awarded the Blue Flag. Of the minuses – only prices that are higher than those of neighbors. But Los Cristianos is highly appreciated by older tourists for its unusual silence and tranquility for the south. In this city, it is pleasant to stroll along the winding streets, sit down to relax and drink wine in one of the restaurants, or maybe visit the Teide National Reserve to admire outlandish plants.

The secluded resorts of the south include Costa del Silencio, whose name speaks for itself – in translation it means “Coast of Silence”, and El Medano with its long sandy beaches, winds and waves. Thanks to the latter, the region is very popular among surfers.

In the cooler and more picturesque north of Tenerife, Puerto de la Cruz reigns. The oldest and one of the most sedate resorts of the island. It immediately attracts attention due to not only lush vegetation, which in the south can only dream of, or an unusually modest number of hotels, but also a special character. In Puerto de la Cruz, despite the abundance of tourists, life remains unhurried, and the tourism industry itself is somehow homely friendly. The feeling is as if you did not come to the resort, but to visit relatives who are very glad to see you.

Here, in the suburbs, is the famous Loro Parque, or Parrot Park – at the same time a zoo, a botanical garden, a dolphinarium and an oceanarium. One of the main attractions of the Canary Islands, which is visited by vacationers of all ages – about a million people a year.

About buying property on the island

The tourist south of the island is a huge success, so the local real estate market is expectedly more diverse and in demand among foreign buyers. Representatives of Britain, Germany, Italy, Belgium, Russia, Poland and other countries are happy to buy apartments, townhouses and villas on the island.

For example, in the famous Playa de las Americas and other southern resorts of the island, apartments with one or two bedrooms with an area of ​​​​about 60 square meters are in greatest demand. m. The average transaction amount is about €175,000. Townhouses up to 100 sq. m. are also popular. m and cost up to €250,000. The most affordable options are studios and one-bedroom apartments, the average cost of which starts from €120,000 and €160,000, respectively. Such objects are in demand among investors due to the high rental demand.

“Between 2008 and 2013, the Canary Islands market was not in the best shape. But since 2014, prices began to recover and to this day they continue to gradually grow, which makes local square meters promising for long-term investments. Moreover, many foreign investors prefer to buy apartments for rent, as they provide good returns – about 7% per annum. And we are talking about apartments in new buildings, as well as in older complexes,” notes a specialist from Adelux International Properties, S. L. Fabiola Lopez Marine.

Here’s what you can buy in Tenerife

295,000 €

Chalet in El Sauzal, Spain

88 m Urbanization Los Naranjos.
It stands out for its brightness, as all its rooms face outward. Comprising a charming kitchen, two bedrooms with parquet floors and fitted wardrobes, living room, bathroom and toilet. Comfortable living in…

Century21 Urbecan

135,000 €

Apartments in Costa del Silencia, Spain

62 m 2 3 2 1 enjoy at any time of the year thanks to the incomparable climate and very quiet environment, although it is only a few minutes from the main areas of the south of Tenerife. Sea, beach, el Puerto Deportivo de Las Galletas, restaurants with…

Century21 Urbecan

117 950 €

Apartment in Tenerife, Spain

80 m 2 4 3 2

In one of the most beautiful areas in the north of Tenerife, this cozy apartment is located with everything you need for living.

It has a living room with kitchen, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, laundry room, storage room and garage.

A bonus is the charming terrace from which you can enjoy a wonderful view of the sea and Mount Teide

Century21 Urbecan

135,000 €

Apartment in Puerto de la Cruz, Spain

63 m 2 2 2 1

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-Cruz) A great option for both investment and residence. 2-room apartment (2 bedrooms + large kitchen with living area), 1 bathroom with shower (with a window!). The living room is equipped with a built-in kitchen and household appliances. The apartment is offered with…

Century21 Urbecan

127,500 €

Apartment in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain

93 m 2 4 3 2

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Spacious apartment in the center of Santa Cruz de Tenerife (excellent location). Thanks to the many nearby services such as bus and tram stops, training centers, bank offices, supermarkets, gas stations, parks and cafes. Convenient layout will accommodate a large family. The apartment is mostly in need of renovation, but it also…

Century21 Urbecan

292,000 €

House in La Orotava, Spain

182 m 2 5 3 3

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Fantastic bright townhouse located in the heart of La Orotava.
Perfectly located, with good transport links, as well as convenient access to the northern highway. Within walking distance are educational centers, a supermarket, a medical center. The splendid view of Mount Teide and the sea will let you breathe in all the tranquility…

Century21 Urbecan

2 950 000 €

Hotel in La Orotava, Spain

1561 m 2

Residence permit upon purchase
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Loan

Magnificent Villa el Drago

Century21 Urbecan

294,000 €

House in San Cristobal de la Laguna, Spain

230 m 2 8 6 3

Loan

Do you want to live or invest in a place near the center of Laguna?
I present to you this spacious townhouse in the Koromoto area of ​​La Laguna with an excellent location in close proximity to the highway, airport, bus station, tram station, Concepción church, institutes, university and hospitals.
Three-storey house with an area of ​​232 …

Century21 Urbecan

130,000 €

Apartment in Tenerife, Spain

70 m 2 3 2 1

Apartment in Adeje (city).
2 bedrooms, 1 bath, garden view.
Location – Calle Hermano Pedro. Area 70 meters.
There is a common terrace on the roof of the building.Comunidad 35 euros, IBI 160 euros.

Albamar Group

1,575,000 €

Villa in Tenerife, Spain

840 m 2 7 6 7

Residence permit upon purchase

Luxury villa located in Playa de la Arena.
6 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, separate kitchen.
Internal area 580 m², total area: 840 m², terrace area 60 m².
The furniture is partly included.
Private pool, private garage.
50 meters to the sea.
Views: sea, garden.
The villa consists of 4 independent apartments, 2 of 120 m2 and 2 of 60 m2, 1 apartment with 2. ..

Albamar Group

157,000 €

House in Tenerife, Spain

100 m 2 4 3 2

Newly renovated house in the center of Armenia, close to school, supermarket, transport and easy access to the highway.
It has three cozy bedrooms, one of them with a dressing room, a modern kitchen, a dining room and a living room.
The house has a bathroom with a bathtub downstairs and another upstairs with a shower and natural light.
On the second…

Albamar Group

499,000 €

Apartments in Tenerife, Spain

90 m 2 4 3 2

Nice apartment on the first floor.
3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, large open plan kitchen with dining area.
Luxury residential complex Ocean Garden is located on the coast of Playa Paraiso.
Internal area 90 m2.
Terrace 80 m2 with sea and mountain views.
The apartment is fully furnished and stylishly decorated and comes with a parking space.

Albamar Group

165,000 €

Apartments in Tenerife, Spain

76 m 2 3 2 1

The apartment is located in Los Abrigos, in the south of Tenerife.
The small town of Los Abrigos stretches along the ocean coast and has its own small beach and a long promenade, as well as many cafes and restaurants.
2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, separate kitchen, second floor.
Internal area 76 m².
Two balconies, one in the living room and one in…

Albamar Group

130,000 €

Land in El Sauzal, Spain

982 m 2

Great price! Urban plot in Sausala, total area 982m2. The site is leveled and prepared for construction. You can build a house with 3 floors. The plot offers panoramic sea views. Contact us for more information.

VYM Canarias

260,000 €

Apartments in Playa de las Americas, Spain

66 m 2 2 1

We offer for sale an excellent apartment in the complex “Playazul”, Las Americas. This apartment consists of two bedrooms with fitted wardrobes and a bathroom, an entrance hall with a corridor, an equipped semi-independent kitchen, a living room and a terrace.
The complex with swimming pools and garden areas is located in the tourist center of Las Americas within walking distance to…

VYM Canarias

159,000 €

Studio in Playa de las Americas, Spain

29 m 2 1 1

Lovely apartment in the center of Las Americas overlooking the ocean. The apartment has a bathroom, an open kitchen and a spacious terrace of 11m2. The complex also has a communal swimming pool and solarium.

VYM Canarias

166,000 €

Studio in Playa de las Americas, Spain

38 sq.m. The studio is fully furnished, bathroom with shower, open plan kitchen, bedroom, terrace. There is a large garage with an area of ​​38 m2 (it has water and electricity) the price is not included in the price of the apartment. Price 32.000. In the complex Pargue…

VYM Canarias

280,000 €

Villa in Icod de los Vinos, Spain

183 m 2 4 2

Garden, terrace, roof terrace, parking, mountain view

VYM Canarias

210,000 €

Apartments in Playa de las Americas, Spain

1 1

Terrace, parking, Community pool

VYM Canarias

205,000 €

Townhouse in Costa del Silencia, Spain

86 m 2 3 2

Terrace, Balcony

VYM Canarias

Buyers from outside the EU are often interested in more spacious, high-profile and, accordingly, more expensive properties. Often, the purchase is associated not only with the desire to acquire your own piece of Tenerife, but also to take advantage of the Spanish Golden Visa program. It implies the right to obtain a residence permit in Spain for investors who have invested at least €500,000 in local real estate. The residence permit is issued for two years with the right to extend for another five years. In addition to the applicant and his spouse, a residence permit can be obtained by children under 18 and the parents of the investor.

About the details of registering transactions

Fabiola López Marin, Adelux International Properties, S.L.: “You need to know that there are some differences in the process of completing a transaction and transferring property in Spain and on its islands, so it is important to take the transaction seriously and apply only to experienced market professionals.

  • If you are interested in buying a particular property, but would like to lower the price a little, you can make an offer to a real estate agent right on the spot. Usually the agent and the owners know how much they expect and how much they can give up
  • Tenerife does not have an official property assessment system, so the buyer must rely heavily on their own knowledge and judgment. On the one hand, this is a plus, since what you consider to be disadvantages can help lower the asking price. On the other hand, if you overlooked some serious defect and discovered after the transaction, it is problematic to obtain any compensation.
  • If your price offer is accepted, a deposit is required to reserve the property. Usually it is 10% of the value of the object. Reservation period varies from 3 to 90 days. During this time, the agent must check the property for all possible encumbrances. And provided that everything is in order, draw up a private contract of sale (in Spanish with parallel translation into English or the buyer’s native language), which must be signed by the seller and the buyer. Further, payment for the transaction must be made within the terms specified in the contract. In case of violation of the deadlines, the buyer may lose the entire deposit.
  • The transaction is completed in the office of the local notary, who is responsible for its legality. The notary checks and confirms the terms of the transaction. The law requires that the buyer, seller or their legal representatives be present.
  • When buying a property in Tenerife, the new owner expects more modest additional costs than in mainland Spain. Tax on the transfer of property in the Canary Islands – 6.5% of the price of the object. In the rest of the country – 10%. You also need to pay notary services and registration fees. They depend on the value of the object, but usually amount to €1,000.
  • In the case of purchasing real estate under construction from the developer, the buyer will have to pay for the transaction in stages. Conditions may vary depending on the developer. It is usually required to make an initial reserve deposit within 30 days from the date of signing the contract – up to 10% of the value of the object. The rest of the funds are paid according to the following scheme: 30% at the time of laying the foundation, another 30% when the construction has reached roof level, and the last 30% at the time of signing the escritura (title of ownership).

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GEO – ART forecast and rates from a specialist 24.09.22 – Peter-Today, website of the city of St. Petersburg

At 14:00 Moscow time GEO players will play one of the most important matches of the season. This will be a duel, which is scheduled for September 24, 2022, and in it the hosts will have to host the ART football club on their field. The hosts do not play well with this opponent, because in the last ten matches they managed to win only two victories, and the last win was two years ago.

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It is very difficult to predict football matches in which the opponents are well-known football teams. Undoubtedly, such confrontations are better to watch, but it is rare that a fan can refrain from betting when he sees famous names in the starting lineups of both teams. The GEO team and the ART team are constantly the main competitors for the leadership in their championship. Therefore, for them, the next confrontation will mean the next stage of the struggle for the right to lead the championship race. Of course, the most likely bet in such a match is a bet on the total number of yellow cards for more. In face-to-face meetings, teams play without sparing themselves and their opponents, of course, the referee will not tolerate such behavior for a long time, and, of course, will reward the most zealous rude people with yellow cards, the total total of which we recommend playing for more in this match. The same applies to the total number of goals scored. Both clubs perform well at the gates of rivals, but their own defensive redoubts are often overplayed, which leads to goals conceded. We are confident that today both clubs will strive to score a lot on their opponents, and they will succeed. So, the total total of goals of the match can be played for more. Well, regarding the favorite of this confrontation, here they should be the home team, who are now showing more stable football. Although, during the match, everything can change, so we do not recommend making large bets on the outcome of this match.

BETTING/OFFICIENTS OF BOOKMAKERS FOR MATCH GEO – ART:

Football club GEO is considered the favorite of this confrontation, which is why the bookmakers set a low odds of 2.08 for the victory. A much higher coefficient of 2.08 was received by the ART football club, and between them there is a quote for a draw of 6.1.

Forecast for the match GEO – ART (Student League, national championship match, Sunday, September 24th, 2022): The GEO football club received a quote of 2.08 from the bookmakers for its victory, and at a coefficient of 2.08 you can bet on the victory of FC ART . Quote [kefdrew] accepts bets on a draw.

History of personal meetings

The large selection of bets offered by bookmakers on the match between GEO and ART can be explained by the fact that both teams are among the elite of modern football, and their confrontation is a match that will undoubtedly attract the attention of football fans around the world. The teams are carefully preparing for this match, as a victory in it will allow not only to score the three points necessary for the standings, but this victory will be a very strong moral boost, because a victory obtained in matches with a direct competitor in the fight for the championship is the best, oh than you can only dream of. In terms of personnel losses, the teams approach the upcoming match in excellent shape. All key players are ready to help the club from the starting minutes of the match, and the mentors were able to acquire a number of promising players on the transfer market who can strengthen the clubs’ game from the bench. So, with the performers, the GEO team and the ART team are in perfect order. The mentors also did not change their tactics compared to last season. Indeed, why break and change something that brings results. Recall that both clubs play attacking football, and, we can say that even sharply attacking, when the whole team can threaten the opponent’s goal during a quick transition from defense to attack, or with standards. This means that today the teams will not sit on the defensive, but will try to create maximum scoring chances.

GEO – ART football match was postponed to September 24, 2022, as it was supposed to take place two months ago, but then the referee canceled the game due to heavy rain. Now the players will take to the field at 14:00 Moscow time, and it will become clear which team is still stronger. At the beginning of the season, GEO and ART played each other, and then the scoreboard showed a draw with a score of 2-2, although the home team were leading by two goals after the end of the first half.

Pre-match analysis and bookmaker predictions

Last season the GEO team and the ART team played a great match, the result of which is still in the memory of many football fans. On the eve of a head-to-head match between these football clubs, the media are actively reminding which opponents will meet, and that the players of both teams can create on the football field. In general, the result of this confrontation will be decisive for both teams. Recall that now the GEO team and the ART team are among the leaders of the championship, the teams occupy places at the top of the standings, which indicates the seriousness of intentions regarding this season. Naturally, the teams have difficult matches ahead, but now all the attention of managers and players is focused on the upcoming game, in which the closest competitors will be the rivals. According to the managers of both teams, with the exception of injured players who have not been able to help their club for a long time, all other players are ready to enter the field from the starting minutes. Thanks to this, the managers of both teams have the opportunity to choose which of the players to entrust to play from the first minutes of the match. In this regard, the question arises of the tactical scheme that the managers of both teams will use for the next match. Our experts have carefully studied the statistics of the teams’ matches in the current season, as well as the statistics of head-to-head meetings between these football clubs in recent seasons. This allowed us to find interesting patterns on which our forecasts are based, which can be found below.

In the line of bookmakers, according to the experts of our resource, the chances of the GEO team and the ART team to succeed in the face-to-face confrontation are correctly reflected. Recall that these teams will meet in the next round of the championship, where they will determine the strongest. The home team is in a great mood for this match, the club has no serious personnel losses before the match, and the statistics of the last games show that the GEO team is in great shape. Guests also showed good results in recent matches. The club achieved important victories, which allowed it to improve its position in the standings. However, for the ART team, away matches this season are not going as well as games at their home stadium. In away matches, according to the players of the ART team themselves, they do not feel as confident as at home. Therefore, today our experts recommend betting on the victory of the GEO team, as the home team is now in excellent shape, and the native stands should help the club demonstrate excellent football and achieve victory. The overall total of the match, we recommend playing for more, since both clubs operate in an attacking style, so we expect a lot of goals in this match. The total total of violations and yellow cards should also be played for more, since this meeting is fundamental for both teams, therefore, the players will often break the rules. But we consider corners less, since the GEO team and the ART team do not use the flanks so often when attacking.

GEO

During the off-season, the management of the GEO football club could not keep many of its leaders, who began to leave the team as soon as it had financial difficulties. There are few experienced players left in the squad, so the current head coach is forced to use players from the youth academy on the football field, for whom this season is their debut in the top division. So, if earlier the football club GEO was a strong middle peasant, then very quickly it turned into an outsider, and the hosts now occupy the last line, not showing an encouraging game. So far, the football club GEO can boast of only two victories, and there are practically no chances of salvation from relegation, because the team has both the most leaky defense and the most ineffective attack. Over the last six rounds, they managed to score only one point, and the change of coach last month did not bring the desired result. In the infirmary of the owners attacking midfielder and right winger.

ART

For the third season in a row, the ART football club is on the verge of relegation from the top division, and the management does not take any measures to avoid this. This year, the team has been in sixteenth place for a long time, only two points ahead of outsiders from the relegation zone. The guests have obvious problems with the game in attack, because the team does not score two goals per match on average. The defense of the ART football club is also far from ideal, and this is especially true for away matches, where the number of goals conceded is twice as much as at home. The team has already suffered ten defeats away, having managed to win only two victories. So, only a good home game has not yet allowed the ART football club to slide into the relegation zone. Guests have a weak composition, where there are enough problematic positions. For example, the team does not have a nominal right midfielder, so either a defender or a winger has to play in this position. And in this match, the attacking midfielder, who received a red card in the last game, will not be able to play for the guests.

The favorites of our experts in the match between GEO and ART are the home team. Even despite the fact that from the tournament point of view, the result of this match will not be of serious importance for the teams, the home team is several goals stronger than their rivals. In general, if you look at the standings of the GEO team and the ART team, then the favorite in this confrontation can be determined with the naked eye, without using special resources or programs. The home team is at the top of the standings, the team has already qualified for the prestigious club tournament. The guests are in the second part of the standings, and even if the team is not threatened with relegation to the lower division, the ART team this season, especially in away matches, does not show the best results. Therefore, the experts of our resource are in solidarity with the bookmakers, who see the home team as the favorites here, and recommend betting that the GEO team will defeat their rivals. More risky bettors can play a handicap for the home team, which is also a good bet for this match. We recommend playing for more total goals in the match, because at home the GEO team always plays very sharply, without stopping after a goal is scored. But there will be few violations and yellow cards in the match, in the end of the championship the teams are unlikely to play rough, since none of the players wants to get injured. Therefore, we recommend playing these totals for less. Both clubs serve a lot of corners, therefore, our experts believe that the total total announced by the bookmakers will be beaten.

The game will end with the victory of GEO – 2.08, the game will be a draw – 6.1, the game will end with the victory of ART – 2.08.

Bookmakers believe that the ART team has no special chances against a more motivated opponent, and our experts fully agree with this. Recall that the home team now needs points, and in terms of the level of play they are noticeably superior to their rivals, who, in addition to everything, have already lost motivation in this championship. Recall that the ART team had become the main loser of the championship even earlier, when they could not win a single away match. And in general, the guests in this championship really look weak, yielding even to frankly weak teams, it is clear that the team has spent the last of its strength to enter the elite division. There is no need to remind once again that the GEO team consists of real professionals who have managed to establish themselves not only at the club level, but also at the level of the national teams, these players know how to decide the outcome of matches with one touch, so the guests simply have no chance in against such a formidable and motivated opponent. So, here we are in solidarity with the bookmakers who predict a confident victory for the home team. Therefore, our prediction is the handicap of the GEO team in this match. The total total must also be broken, moreover, it is necessary to place bets on the total total of goals scored for more and on the individual total of the home team. At home, the GEO team plays very powerfully, especially against weak opponents, who score at least two or three goals. We also recommend playing the GEO team’s individual total of corners for more, as the home team does not stop attacking even after several goals scored.

“GEO”

After the GEO football club lost the starting seven rounds, the president did not stand on ceremony and dismissed the entire coaching staff. With a new experienced specialist, the team won the first match, and then, although there were sometimes defeats, the hosts nevertheless gained stability, so they gradually got out of the relegation zone, and now they are two points ahead of them. In the last five rounds, the GEO football club won two victories with two defeats, and the team scores most of the points in its home arena, where all the defeats were exclusively at the beginning of the season, after which the hosts no longer lose at home. The football club GEO has problems with the implementation of scoring chances, because on average they don’t get even one goal per game. But, on the other hand, now the team is much better on the defensive than at the beginning of the season, so quite often the fights end with zeros on the scoreboard. One striker was out for six months, and three midfielders will not be able to help the hosts.

“ART”

Last season football club ART won the league title, but this season we are not even talking about defending the trophy. The head coach started having problems with many players of the main squad, so there is no longer that well-played fighting team that smashed everyone last year. The guests occupy only the fourth place in the championship, and the backlog from the leader is so large that the team now has to fight only not to lose its place in European competitions. The football club ART plays equally both at home and in away matches, and this season the guests only demonstrate a reliable game in defense, but the team’s performance has fallen significantly compared to last year. Recently, FC ART went on a streak of eight matches without defeat, but in the last round the team unexpectedly lost at home to an outsider, conceding three unanswered goals into their own net. The only loss of the guests is the left striker.

Statistics and head to head

A difficult match awaits all football fans. On the eve of the fact that all football championships go to the finish line, for many teams the remaining game segment will be a serious test, as the position in the standings obliges to play only to win. The GEO team and the ART team are still among the losers, as they have not yet secured a place in the championship for next season. However, compared to outsiders, these teams are doing better, as they have excellent chances to solve their problems in the remaining matches, and even have the right to misfire. However, club managers would not like to put off solving problems until later, therefore, in today’s confrontation, the teams will only play to win, which means that our experts will have to work hard to offer bettors excellent predictions for a principled match between two representatives of the bottom of the standings. In general, football experts have an excellent opinion that when representatives of the cellars of the standings of any football championship meet among themselves, it is necessary to bet on the victory or not loss of the team that plays at home. This rule works almost flawlessly, bringing a solid plus at a distance. However, when predicting the match between the GEO team and the ART team, the experts of our resource are guided not only by the rules, but also by statistics, a thorough analysis of which will allow us to find interesting offers from bookmakers and use them for bets. Below we have prepared some interesting bets, we advise you to familiarize yourself with them, well, do not miss the match, we think there will be a lot of interesting things.

GEO-ART. Football forecast (24.09.22)

The managers of the GEO team and the ART team made a lot of loud statements on the eve of the match. Recall that the GEO team and the ART team will meet each other within the championship. Both clubs are now fighting for the opportunity to improve their standings and, in principle, there is still time for this, as there are still enough matches in the championship. The clubs approach the face-to-face confrontation without significant losses, yes, the teams lost some players before, but they have already learned how to act without them. The advantage of the home field is the main factor that forces bookmakers and experts of our resource to consider the home team as the favorites of this match. In principle, this season the ART team performs just as well, and is quite capable of inflicting an unpleasant defeat on their opponents at home. So, in this match, we recommend waiting for the start of the game, and then, having decided on the form and readiness of the teams, betting on the winner in this match. Total total: here, most likely, it is better to play for more. The GEO team and the ART team have enough players with excellent individual technique that can lead to a goal scored at any moment. Violations and yellow cards are also expected in the match, because, regardless of which team opens the score first, the players will act rudely against each other, provoke and feign, and all this contributes to a large number of yellow cards. Since both teams use the flanks and statistically take a lot of corners, here we recommend betting on total over corners in this game.

Football matches have long attracted not only fans to watch this magnificent action, but also fans of easy money. Today, bookmakers open new offices and representative offices literally every day. They try to lure new customers by offering a variety of betting options, including bets not only before but also during the match. Bookmakers become sponsors of individual football clubs in order to be able to offer only their bets at the stadium of that club. In general, now sports and bookmakers have become inseparable concepts that go hand in hand. However, our experts believe that it is enough to feed the bookmakers, stop betting for the sake of entertainment, it is necessary to seriously punish the bookmakers for their miscalculations. That is why we share our football predictions with bettors. Basically, these are forecasts for statistics, less often forecasts for outcomes. We professionally analyze our bets, trying to offer bettors only the best ones, the probability of which is very high. Our experts are constantly monitoring the bookmaker lines in search of great bets so that bettors can enjoy football and win money.

According to football analysts, FC GEO win or a draw should be considered as a bet on this match, as ART is not in the best shape now and does not always play consistently away.

GEO – ART: statistics and history of H2H

Team performance statistics do not always reflect the essence of what is really happening on the football field. For example, in the confrontation between the GEO team and the ART team, according to our experts, the game will go completely differently than these teams are used to playing. Both clubs are the leaders of the championship, respectively, in matches with their rivals, they are used to playing first numbers. In a match between each other, the teams will either have to act on a collision course, or one of the teams will have to play the second number. Naturally, club managers are faced with a difficult choice, given that the GEO team and the ART team are now having some problems with the main players, and the release of some of them is in question. Much will depend on what tactics the managers will choose for this match. However, our experts decided not to guess the tactics of the teams, we will try to focus on the statistics of this match. Fortunately, the bookmakers offered a fairly decent amount of bets for the match between the GEO team and the ART team, as they believe that this confrontation will be the central match of the weekend. A detailed analysis of the match can be read below. We think that the game is great for live betting, as events will develop rapidly on the field. Thus, the fans will not be bored, they will watch an interesting match with an unpredictable result.

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Slovakia (19) – Armenia (19)) specialist forecast for the match 09/24/22

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The players of the Slovakia U19 club promised on 09/24/2022 in their field to take revenge on FC Armenia (19) for the recent away defeat with a score of 1-4. The organizers of this tournament are going to start the fight at 12:00 Moscow time. In general, the football club Slovakia (19) is the favorite, based on the statistics of previous matches, because it has 35 wins in 59 meetings. But, lately, the hosts have not been playing the best way with this opponent, having suffered two defeats in three matches and drawing once.

The long-awaited football match between Slovakia U19 and Armenia U19 will start very soon. Naturally, our forecasters could not leave such a sporting event unattended, so we decided to offer our vision of the development of events in this match. Considering all the personnel changes that took place in the clubs during the off-season, as well as taking into account the results of the matches of the first rounds, we believe that the home team should be the favorites in this confrontation. And here we fully agree with the odds offered by bookmakers. Team Slovakia U19) now looks better played and more prepared than their opponents, especially since the team Armenia (19) did not arrive at the match in the optimal line-up. So, regarding the winner of this match, we are for the home team. Considering that last season both clubs acted in an attacking style, and they managed to keep the main backbone of performers, and, most importantly, managers, this season the teams will also most likely play attacking football. And this means that in today’s confrontation we will see a lot of attacks, therefore, there will be many goals scored, so we advise you to play for more total goals in this match. We see a bet on the fact that both teams will score in the match as a good offer from bookmakers. Team Slovakia U19) and the Armenia team (19) have always been famous for their powerful attack and midfield, but in defense they rarely play without mistakes.

BETTING/OFFICIENTS OF BOOKMAKER OFFICES FOR THE MATCH Slovakia U19 – Armenia U19:

Every day the coefficient 1.344 for the fact that the football club Slovakia U19 will win, only falls. And betting on the victory of FC Armenia (19) is now much more profitable thanks to the odds of 7. 3. Bets are accepted on a draw at a rate of 4.5.

History of personal meetings

To analyze and find interesting predictions for the match between Slovakia U19 and Armenia U19, our experts had to work through a large amount of information. This includes both last season’s matches played by the clubs and friendly matches in which the teams took part in the off-season. In addition, we worked with the squads, finding out the usefulness of the departed, remaining and incoming players. All this allowed us to draw certain conclusions, which are reflected in our forecasts. Team Slovakia U19) and the team of Armenia (19) are clubs that played in an attacking manner last season. However, now for one of the teams this style of play will be unacceptable, as a number of players who were responsible for creativity and implementation have left the club. New performers were taken in their place, but it is unlikely that the mentor will immediately build the games of the entire team through newcomers. Most likely, the club will choose a defensive style, trying to threaten the opponent’s goal on the counterattacks. The other team retained its leaders, so we believe that here the coach did not touch the previous tactical scheme, leaving it unchanged. So, our forecasters see several options for the development of events in this match, but the most realistic one will be when one team will constantly attack, and the other will try to destroy the attacks, turning into lightning-fast counterattacks. Regardless of the tactics that the mentors choose for their charges, we believe that the game will turn out to be interesting and will satisfy the “hunger” of fans who miss football.

The football match Slovakia U19 – Armenia U19 was rescheduled for 09/24/2022, as it was supposed to take place two months ago, but then the referee canceled the game due to heavy rain. Now the players will take the field at 12:00 Moscow time, and it will become clear which team is still stronger. At the beginning of the season, Slovakia (19) and Armenia (19) played each other, and then the scoreboard showed a draw with a score of 2-2, although the home team led by two goals after the end of the first half.

Pre-match analysis and bookmakers’ forecasts

Statistics is the most important tool used by the experts of our resource when making predictions for football matches. In the match between the team Slovakia (19) and the team Armenia (19), which will take place in the next round of the championship, we also used statistics to make interesting predictions. So far, judging by the results that the teams are showing this season, it seems that the club management has set serious tasks for them. Both clubs play in an attacking style, which means a large number of shots on the opponent’s goal. In general, the game of the teams this season is completely focused on the attack, which can be seen by looking at the lineups of the teams. Managers have relied not only on a powerful attack, but also on midfield, midfield players are actively involved in the team’s attacks and score no less than the attackers. At the same time, serious attention was paid to building a good defense, which in many matches of the season looks reliable and impregnable. In general, today the team Slovakia (19) and the Armenia (19) team are tough nuts that can get on the nerves of any club. Between themselves, these teams always play productively. From the first to the last minutes of the match, the clubs attack each other’s gates, trying to score as many goals as possible. Now the struggle in the standings is aggravated to the limit, and in order to take a worthy place, teams need to show, first of all, the result. Therefore, according to the club’s managers, in the next match their wards will play only to win, therefore, an interesting confrontation awaits the fans.

For many football fans the confrontation between the team of Slovakia U19 and the team of Armenia U19 is a great opportunity not only to enjoy a good match, but also to win at bookmakers. And this is where the experts of our resource offer their help. The home team is now in a not entirely successful streak that needs to be interrupted. However, the Armenia U19 team is not the best opponent to break the losing streak. The guests are a tough nut to crack, and even considering the fact that Armenia (19) there will not be several base players who dropped out due to injuries, it will be very, very difficult for the hosts to break through the defense of the guests. Therefore, taking into account the personal meetings, and also taking into account the importance of the match for both teams, our experts have come to the conclusion that the most interesting bet in this confrontation will be the bet on the total number of goals scored under. We assume that the game will mainly take place in the center of the field, therefore, both clubs will actively use the tactics of a small foul, in this regard, the total total of violations of the rules, as well as the total total of yellow cards, our experts recommend playing for more. At the same time, we think that in the match there is a high probability of a player being sent off the field, because if you look at the statistics of the confrontations between these clubs, removals are quite common here, and for the odds offered by the bookmakers, it’s definitely worth the risk. Regarding the favorite of this match, we believe that the home team is unlikely to lose, because now they need a victory more than ever, so we recommend betting with a handicap on the players of the Slovakia team (19), and risky bettors can try to win the home team.

Slovakia U19

Fans of the Slovakia U19 football club have already come to terms with the fact that it has been constantly moving between divisions in recent years. At the beginning of the season, everything also went to the fact that the team was expected to be demoted, but after the head coach was fired and an experienced foreign specialist took his place, the team’s results gradually began to improve. The hosts were able to get out of the relegation zone, and now they are generally in tenth place, so they managed to break away from the outsiders by fourteen points already. At the moment the football club Slovakia (19) is generally in great shape, having won three of his last four fights, as well as drawing once. At home, the team wins more than they lose, and the new coach made the players think more about defense, so the number of goals conceded was significantly reduced. Three midfielders recovered from damage at once, so that only the central defender and the left striker remain in the infirmary.

Armenia (19)

After being in the football club Armenia (19)) the head coach changed two years ago, there was a slight decline in the game, but gradually the team began to show even better results with a new mentor. This season, the guests are in sixth place in the championship, claiming a ticket to European competition. But, for this you need to win the fight, which included four more teams. The players of the Armenia U19 club show a very good game at home, but on the road the team plays exclusively from defense, which is why there were thirteen draws in eighteen matches away. At the same time, FC Armenia (19) lost on the road only once, which even the leaders of the championship cannot boast of. For seven rounds, the guests have not lost, having won three and drawn four times. The team has one of the best defenses in the championship, because it is in the top three in terms of the number of goals conceded. The guests do not have a long bench, but at the moment the team has no serious personnel problems, because only the right midfielder is injured, who has been in the hospital for more than a month.

Interesting facts before the match Slovakia (19) – Armenia (19)

The favorites of our experts in the match between Slovakia (19) and Armenia (19) are the home team. Even despite the fact that from the tournament point of view, the result of this match will not be of serious importance for the teams, the home team is several goals stronger than their rivals. In general, if you look at the standings of the team Slovakia (19) and the team Armenia (19), then the favorite in this confrontation can be determined with the naked eye, without using special resources or programs. The home team is at the top of the standings, the team has already qualified for the prestigious club tournament. The guests are in the second part of the standings, and even though the team is not threatened with relegation to the lower division, the Armenia team is still (19) this season, especially in away matches, shows not the best results. Therefore, the experts of our resource are in solidarity with the bookmakers, who see the home team here as the favorites, and recommend betting that the team Slovakia (19) will win their rivals. More risky bettors can play a handicap for the home team, which is also a good bet for this match. We recommend playing for more total goals in the match, because at home the team Slovakia U19 always plays very sharply, without stopping after a goal is scored. But there will be few violations and yellow cards in the match, in the end of the championship the teams are unlikely to play rough, since none of the players wants to get injured. Therefore, we recommend playing these totals for less. Both clubs serve a lot of corners, therefore, our experts believe that the total total announced by the bookmakers will be beaten.

Slovakia will win the match (19) – 1.344, Armenia (19) will win the match – 7.3, there are no winners in the match – 4.5.

It is not always possible to find an interesting bet on the outcome for a high odds, however, in the match between Slovakia U19 and Armenia U19, which will meet in the next round, our experts managed to find an interesting bet. So, teams that have already resolved all their issues in the championship will meet among themselves, therefore, in the remaining matches until the end of the season, clubs can frankly fool around in terms of results. Despite the fact that the home team is somewhat ahead of their rivals in the standings, such a low odds for the victory of the team Slovakia (19) in this match – it is difficult to consider a normal quote. Most likely, the bookmaker relies on insider information. However, if we look at the results of head-to-head confrontations, we see that in the first match of this season between the players of the team Slovakia (19) and the team of Armenia (19) there was a draw. And last season the clubs parted with home victories. We conclude that no one owes anything to anyone, therefore, today you can also safely flirt with a draw in this match, fortunately, bookmakers offer quite impressive odds for this event. Those who are not used to risking for a large odds can try to bet that the guests will not lose in this match. According to the present information, both clubs will not play in optimal compositions. Another good bet in this match is that both teams will score. It’s scary to climb into the total total, as they can play the classics – 1:1. We also recommend not to go into the statistics, since the match is muddy, and the outcome will not particularly decide anything for any of the opponents.

“Slovakia U19”

Until recently, the football club Slovakia U19 was in last place in the championship, and there was no hope that it would be possible to escape relegation. But, after the head coach changed, the outsider’s game improved a lot, so in five rounds under his leadership there was only one defeat, moreover, from the representative of the TOP-5 of the championship, and in the remaining matches the hosts won two victories over stronger opponents and played twice draw. This made it possible to rise from the last place and the football club Slovakia (19) even left the relegation zone, but the team is ahead of the rest of the outsiders solely due to the better difference in goals scored and conceded. The main thing is that the effect of the mentor change should last as long as possible, then the hosts will be able to score more points and move away from the danger zone. But, even despite the fact that the form of the football club Slovakia (19) has improved, it still remains the least scoring team in the championship.

Based on the results of the last season, it was clear that the head coach of the football club Armenia (19) I can’t set up the game, but since the relegation was avoided, the mentor was left at the helm of the team. But, the start of this season turned out to be disgusting, so the coach was given an ultimatum in the form of three victories, but he did not fulfill it. The foreign specialist was replaced by a local coach, who during his career managed to work with a few dozen clubs from this championship. The result was not long in coming, so the football club Bad Gleichenberg managed to leave the relegation zone and rise to at least the twelfth line, although there is a short distance of three points to the outsiders. Away Armenia U19) always does not play as well as at home, but now the guests are in good shape, as they had a series of six matches without defeat, which was interrupted only in the last round. One of the main attackers was out of action for three months.

Statistics and H2H

For the experts of our resource, the match between the team of Slovakia (19) and the team of Armenia (19) was very interesting for forecasting. Now both clubs are fighting in the standings. Despite the fact that both teams are the giants of modern football, things are not going well for them now, as the teams run the risk of flying past not only the championship race, but also past the high places in the standings, giving the right to get into the prestigious club tournament on next year. According to club managers, now the teams are faced with the task of demonstrating their maximum and trying to win a ticket to this tournament at any cost, so the match between the two contenders should turn out to be very tense. Considering that these teams always play defensive football among themselves, trying to concentrate the game as much as possible in the center of the field, and not allow sharp attacks on each other’s goal, it is unlikely that today managers will use a different tactic, especially since for various reasons the teams will not be able to help them some leaders. We believe that the outcome of the match will be decided thanks to one accurate shot, and it’s very difficult to say right away which team’s players will be able to score the winning goal, because, based on the current state of affairs, the match of the Slovakia team (19) and Armenia (19) is a match of equal opponents. Our experts tried to predict not only the outcome of this match, but also made forecasts for the statistics, below you can find them. We are waiting for an interesting and unpredictable confrontation between the team of Slovakia (19) and the team of Armenia (19).

Slovakia (19) – Armenia (19). Football forecast (09/24/22)

Thanks to the curious information that the experts of our resource managed to find, we were able to correctly assess the chances of the teams meeting each other in the next round of the famous football championship. We are talking about the confrontation of the team Slovakia (19) and the team of Armenia (19). Recall that at the moment both clubs have good chances to take a high place in the standings at the end of the season, giving the right to play in a prestigious club tournament next season. However, our experts were able to find some interesting information, thanks to which we found out that the guests are not eager to act simultaneously on several fronts. From this it follows that the victory of the team Slovakia U19 in this match looks like an excellent bet, which we recommend to all football fans. We also consider the total number of goals scored in this game for more. Most likely, both clubs will score in this game, but the hosts will be stronger in the end. So, you can also bet on the fact that both teams will score in the match. The overall total of yellow cards should be considered for more, since this is a principled match, and all principled matches are played for more. But there will not be many corners in this match, since the bookmakers have greatly overestimated the total, apparently forgetting that the Slovakia team (19), and the team of Armenia (19) do not use the flanks, preferring to attack through the center. So, the total total of corners for less is also an excellent bet that you can safely flirt with in this match. Although, nevertheless, it is better to play the victory of the team Slovakia (19).

Our experts always try to offer the most interesting rates. Today we decided to draw bettors’ attention to the confrontation between the team Slovakia (19) and the team Armenia (19). The highlight of this confrontation is that both teams have excellent chances to compete for the championship. However, for this it is necessary to demonstrate excellent football today. All the interest of the media and other news resources is directed to this match, they write and talk a lot about it, experts from all countries make their predictions. Of course, our experts could not stay away from this confrontation, we carefully analyze the match of the team Slovakia (19) and the team Armenia (19), which allowed us to find and select interesting bets from bookmakers. We hope that our descriptions and the forecasts given above will be useful. Good luck to everyone and have a great football evening played by the best football clubs.

In the football match Slovakia (19) – Armenia (19) will play one of the roughest teams in this division, so you can expect if not removal, then a large number of yellow cards, based on which you can bet on their total over 6.5.

Slovakia U19 vs Armenia U19: statistics and head-to-head history individual training of football players.

This season, these teams have already shown that they have practically no equal among other clubs in the championship, which is why they are on the top lines of the standings. Our experts believe that the confrontation of the team Slovakia U19) and the Armenia team (19) is the central match of the championship, as the winner of this match will have an excellent advantage over the closest pursuers, which may include the losing club. Therefore, both clubs carefully prepared for the face-to-face confrontation, and, according to team managers, all the base players of both teams will act on the field from the starting whistle. Recall that the teams Slovakia (19) and the teams Armenia (19) are made up of real professionals who demonstrate excellent team football, but can also decide the fate of any game episode on their own. Our experts tried to choose interesting predictions for this match among the numerous offers of bookmakers, and we succeeded. Below you can study our forecasts in more detail. We think that the game will be interesting and memorable, as the players of both teams will only play to win.

Tenerife water and air temperature by months. Nature in Tenerife has no bad weather. Every month is ❀ grace! Monthly water temperature in tenerife

The unique climatic conditions of the island give tourists the opportunity to visit the island at almost any time of the year. No wonder they say about Tenerife that eternal spring has settled on it. There is practically no rain here, the mountains provide reliable protection from the wind, and the water temperature never drops below 19 degrees. The landscape of the island has an attractive magic that makes you come back here again and again. Family holidays with children, a youth trip for those who want to have noisy fun, a calm and comfortable vacation for a wealthy businessman – any tourist will find a suitable vacation option in Tenerife.

Tenerife climate

The island lies entirely in a subtropical climate, but has about 30 microclimatic zones, so different places on the coast may differ in climatic conditions. In general terms, we can say that the north is cooler and wetter, and the south and west, respectively, are warmer. Rains here are very rare, and snow can only be seen at the top of the Teide volcano.

Temperature fluctuations throughout the year range from 15 to 25 degrees Celsius. At the same time, the average values ​​do not fall below +21 and do not exceed +27, which makes holidays in Tenerife comfortable throughout the year.

It gets a little cooler at night, but temperature fluctuations are not significant at all. For the evening, just take a light jacket or sweatshirt with you.


In the southern resorts of Tenerife, there is very little rain, most of the precipitation falls in the north and in the center of the island near the Teide volcano. In Tenerife, rains, if they happen, are very weak and short-lived – it will drip a little and that’s it.

When is the best time to go on holiday in Tenerife?

The high season in Tenerife lasts from June to October. The largest number of tourists visit the island from July to August. The best time to visit Tenerife is September and October. Thanks to the blowing ocean breeze and low air humidity, there is no exhausting heat. The Atlantic Ocean during these months is maximally warmed up to 23 degrees and swimming in it is a pleasure. There are noticeably fewer tourists than in July-August. Prices, of course, are growing a little, but not so much as to refuse to rest because of this.

Low season in Tenerife – this concept is almost inapplicable for this resort, we can only talk about a slight decrease in the influx of tourists, which usually occurs in January and April. During these months the water is too cool for comfortable swimming.

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Beach season in Tenerife

At the height of the swimming season in Tenerife in September and October, the water temperature is between 20-24 degrees. You can sunbathe in Tenerife throughout the year.

In this heavenly place, you can find a lot of interesting things to do, in addition to swimming, but, for fans of beach holidays, we hasten to inform you: people swim here all year round! Indeed, even in the January off-season, the lowest temperature of ocean water is 19degrees. Of course, not everyone will like such water, but in this case, 4-5 star hotels in Tenerife have heated pools.

Tenerife in spring

The spring state of Tenerife is felt throughout the year. By the way, the Coming of Spring – another of the many holidays that, among other things, the island is so rich in, is celebrated in the spring, on March 21st. March to May is warm, mild, dry weather. Light rain is rare in the north. Sunny during the day, slightly cool at night. Great sunbathing time, visiting various parks and attractions.

Tenerife in summer

Unlike most southern resorts in Europe, Tenerife does not get very hot in summer. The maximum temperature is usually observed in August and is about 30 degrees Celsius, which, coupled with low humidity, gives quite a comfortable feeling. The days are sunny, and the sun is not “evil”, but suitable for sunbathing. Rain is possible only in the mountains, and even then no more than once a month. The water warms up to an ideal 22 degrees. For lovers of sports recreation on the water, the northern breeze blowing will come in handy! Summer holidays in Tenerife have another plus – a lot of fruits are grown on the island, which just ripen in the summer months. There are many tourists.

Tenerife in autumn

The autumn season on the island is slightly different from the summer season. During the day everything is also hot, up to +25. Evenings and nights have become cooler, the temperature can drop to +17, so you should slightly warm up in clothes. But the water, as usual, is warm, the sun is gentle, so you can safely run to the beach. The amount of rain increases slightly – up to five per month on average, especially in the northwestern regions. This is due to the higher humidity of the microclimate, so in autumn the demand is increased for the resorts of the southern part of the island: Costa Adeje, Las Americas, Los Cristianos. In any case, autumn in Tenerife, with its sun, bathing ocean and natural beauty, compares favorably with the dull European slush, which manifests itself in the form of a good tourist flow compared to other resorts in Europe.

Tenerife in winter

The winter months are more like the not so hot summer we are accustomed to. In the evening and at night, the coolness is felt more noticeably, but even a light sweater already saves from it. There is a little more rain, but they are short-lived, which is called “a light summer rain” or “it dripped and passed. ” In winter, lovers of discounts are very fond of relaxing – prices in Tenerife are reduced by about a quarter. The ocean is not so inviting for swimming – about +19 degrees, which significantly reduces the flow of tourists. When planning a trip, do not forget about the strong winds of the north coast, especially when you are going on an excursion to one of the wonderful National Parks of Tenerife. Dress warmly.

Holiday season in Tenerife

Tenerife, as mentioned above, is under Spanish jurisdiction, respectively, and the inhabitants of the island adhere to the Catholic religion. These two facts explain the presence of a large number of church holidays, which are celebrated, however, quite secularly, with carnivals, processions, dances and other fiesta. Of the brightest, it is worth noting the “Holy Week”, which takes place before Easter. At this time, colorful processions of believers with religious symbols can be observed throughout the island. The Corpus Christi flower festival should also be noted, when large cities are covered with whole carpets of flowers. The celebration of the Day of Our Lady of Candelar (she is considered the patroness of the Canary Islands) looks very colorful, it is celebrated on August 14 and 15. And, of course, the Day of the Canary Islands – May 30, which is happening as violently and brightly as possible! Do not forget about the New Year and Merry Christmas, which are also honored on the island.

Carnival season in Tenerife

Peaks in February. It is called “Mardi Gras”. The largest actions are held in the capital of Santa Cruz de Tenerife. The dry presentation was deliberately chosen, because any, even the most enthusiastic, replete with exclamation marks and other ahas, is still not able to convey even a small clip of the ongoing carnival riot. It’s just a must see! It is not for nothing that the Tenerife carnival is considered the second most beautiful in the world, right after the Brazilian one, which takes place in Rio de Janeiro. After the unbridled fun of the carnival, its end is marked by Great Lent.

Tenerife – the largest island of the Canary archipelago wins the hearts of travelers with a huge number of sandy beaches of black and golden sand, with its incessant holiday, passionate and at the same time romantic character, and a peaceful siesta. Due to its natural and climatic features, the island has become one of the most privileged and popular resorts in the world.

A continent in miniature with its subtropical and tropical forests, fertile valleys, majestic mountain ranges, volcanic semi-deserts, sand dunes and mountain gorges attracts tourists throughout the year. The tropical trade-wind climate has ensured that the island never experiences prolonged rainy seasons and sub-zero temperatures.

The “Island of Eternal Spring” with its even and mild climate does not have sharp temperature fluctuations. The water in the Atlantic Ocean even in the coldest months warms up to +20°C, and the daily air temperature fluctuates between +18°C-24°C, which makes it possible to sunbathe and swim at any time of the year.

January

The first month of the year is traditionally considered the coldest month
in Tenerife.

    But it never gets really cold even in the north of the island
    , where:

  • The average daytime air temperature is from +15°C,
  • The night temperature is from +9°C, and the water temperature does not fall below +19°C.
    Air in resort centers in the south of the island
    (in Las Americas, El Medano):

  • During the day it warms up to +21°C,
  • At night – up to +14-15°C,
  • The water warms up to +19-20°C.

If you go to Tenerife in January, you should definitely bring some warm clothes.

Many northern Europeans enjoy swimming in the ocean, while other heat-loving tourists prefer to swim in the hotel’s pools, most of which are heated to +24°C.

Also at this time, most of the island’s guests prefer active holidays in water parks
.
For example, you can go to Siam Park (Siam Park)
is a one-of-a-kind theme park that has the atmosphere of the ancient kingdom of Siam.

State-of-the-art water rides and a breathtaking exotic paradise will leave visitors with unforgettable impressions and photos of fantastic beauty.
Located in Las Americas at Autopista del Sur, TF1, Salida 29, 38660
.

For more information about the attractions of Siam Park, ticket prices for adults and children, read the article about the most popular resort in Tenerife -.

Golf lovers can head to the northwest of the island, where Buenavista Golf is located
, equipped with 18 holes and par 72, provides the opportunity to combine relaxation with learning to play golf throughout the year on courses of excellent quality.

Located at: Calle La Finca 38480 Buenavista del Norte
.

But also in the south, where rain is a rare visitor, there are such golf clubs as:

  • Abama Golf
    . Address: Ctra Gral. TF-47, km.9. Playa San Juan,38687 Guia de Isora
    ,
  • Amarilla Golf
    . Address: Urb. Amarilla Golf, 38639 San Miguel
    ,
  • Centro de Golf Los Palos
    . Address: Ctra.Guaza – Las Galletas, km.7, 38636 Arona
    etc.

If the weather on the island leaves much to be desired or rainy days have begun, which in January there are no more than 5 in the south, and no more than 13 days in the north, then you can visit.

It is located in San Cristobal de La Laguna at
: Calle San Agustin, 22 38201 La Laguna
.

The museum is housed in the Casa Lercado mansion, a Renaissance manor house. The expositions of the museum tell about the development of the island between the 15th and 20th centuries. The pride of the museum is an extensive collection of maps of the Canary Islands dating back to the 16th century.

Also in La Laguna at Carretera Tacoronte – Valle de Guerra s/n 38270 La Laguna
houses the Museum of Anthropology, created to explore and preserve the folk traditions and rich culture of the island.

All museum information is available in printed form in a variety of languages ​​including Spanish, German, English, French and Italian.

Museum opening hours:
  • Sun and Mon from 10:00 to 17:00, other days from 9:00 to 20:00.

A pleasant surprise for vacationers in early January will be the feast of the Three Kings or the Three Wise Men, who, according to the biblical story, brought gifts to the newborn Christ. This holiday is especially widely celebrated in the port of the resort of Los Cristianos or in the town square in Adeje, where 3 dressed kings with their retinue arrive by ship or helicopter.

A volley from a cannon on a ship or fireworks is announced to the residents and guests of the resorts about the arrival of the kings, who then change to horses or camels and march along the main streets, accompanied by elegant carts. They distribute sweets to all the children. The balconies and doors of the houses of the inhabitants of these streets are festively decorated with flower compositions and flags.

Another important island event to see is Saint Sebastian’s Day
. It is celebrated every year on January 20th. Traditionally, a holiday in honor of the patron saint of policemen, soldiers, merchants, doctors, gardeners, builders and athletes is held in the province of Costa Adeje in the south and in the village of La Galeta.

Processions leave from the chapel with the faithful, dressed in the national costumes of peasants, riders on horseback. The statue of the saint is carried on a stretcher. Pets also accompany the procession. As a sign of cleansing from troubles, riders enter the sea, where they also try to drag livestock. The sight is funny, therefore it attracts many hotel guests and other travelers.

February

The weather in the second month of the year differs little from the weather in Tenerife in January.

    In the northern part of the island
    , for example, in the resort of Puerto de la Cruz island:

  • The highest daytime temperature will be +19°C, in the evening it gradually decreases from +16°C to +12°C,
  • The lowest temperature at night is kept at + 9°C.
  • There can be 11 rainy days during February.
  • The sun shines 6 hours a day.

Wet Atlantic trade winds are absolutely not conducive to swimming in the ocean, but for surfers this is the most beautiful weather.

In the south of the island:

  • Around +21°C-25°C during the day,
  • At night the temperature does not fall below +15°C, while the waters of the Atlantic Ocean warm up to +18-19°C.
  • Maybe 3 rainy days.

This month, also in the south, is a paradise for surfers, especially those who like to stay in apartments or hotels in El Medano, where the most reputable clubs are located.

  • Surf Center Playa Sur
    is one of the famous clubs located in the Playa Sur Tenerife hotel (C. La Gaviota, s/n, El Medano), offering services to windsurfers, equipment and equipment rental.
  • Fun Factory
    is another famous club located at Avenida Europa 2, El Medano
    .
    El Medano’s coastal waters are never calm, so the place is ideal for windsurfing and kitesurfing all year round.

If you have a holiday on the island in February, you should definitely take warm clothes with you, especially for evening walks along the promenade. But the rest will be comfortable this month as well, since basically all hotels have heated outdoor pools on their territory.

In February you can climb the highest point in all of Spain – Mount Teide
covered with snow. The last eruption of Teide was recorded in 1909. It offers a fantastic panoramic view of all the Canary Islands. The Teide National Park is located on the slopes of the mountain and is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Attractive end of winter and Carnival, declared in 1980 as an international tourist festival. The date of the grand event is “floating” and depends on the date of Easter – the Resurrection of Christ. Therefore, as a rule, Carnival is celebrated either at the end of February or at the beginning of March.

A grandiose and exciting event, accompanied by processions in carnival costumes, the sounds of incendiary music and dynamic dances, takes place in all the cities and small villages of the island, but it is especially celebrated in Santa Cruz de Tenerife – the capital of the island.

The main attention of all residents and tourists is riveted to the choice of the Carnival Queen (Gala Reina). Girls parade in front of the jury and spectators in extravagant costumes, whose length and width can reach several meters.

Also a separate and most popular competition is competition among drag queens (Drag Queen)
, whose costumes are somewhat more modest than those of the girls, but the transvestites are trying to put more emphasis on plastic movements in ultra-high platform shoes and frankly defiant costumes.

You can get to Santa Cruz at the Carnival by public transport – buses, the route scheme of which provides for regular service, with an interval of about 30 minutes.

  • The distance from Playa de Las Americas and Playa de Los Cristianos to the capital is 75 km,
  • from Puerto de La Cruz – 35 km,
  • from Playa Paraiso – 90 km,
  • from Costa del Silencio – 70 km.
  • Estimated ticket price is 8€.

You can also take a taxi.
For example, the approximate cost of a trip:

  • from Puerto de La Cruz to Santa Cruz will be 50€,
  • from Playa de Las Americas and Playa de Los Cristianos – 80€.

March

The first month of calendar spring is characterized by slight instability in temperatures.

    North of the island
    thermometer:

  • +20°C during the day,
  • +17°C to +13°C in the evening,
  • +10-11°C at night.
  • The waters of the Atlantic Ocean warm up to +19°C
  • The rich and varied vegetation of the northern part of the island is due to 11 rainy days.
    South
    :

  • The average daily temperature is +22°C, but it can warm up to +30°C,
  • The night temperature is +16°C,
  • The water temperature is +19°C.

Warm clothes will not be superfluous, and swimming in the ocean is recommended before 15:00, as you can catch a cold later. There are a lot of advantages of staying on the island in March.

Firstly, there are no crowds of tourists yet, which contributes to a comfortable visit to the sights of the island:

  • Mount Teide
    which can be reached by funicular and
  • Loro Parca
    is both a botanical garden and a zoo.

The park is located in a resort town in the north of the island in Puerto de la Cruz at the address: Punta Brava, Puerto de La Cruz
and represents numerous varieties of parrots. The park also houses an aquarium and a dolphinarium, where unique shows with marine life are held.

Entrance fee:
  • for adults is 60€,
  • for children from 6 to 11 years old is 40€.
  • You can also purchase the so-called double card (twin card), which includes visiting LORO PARQUE and SIAM PARK, where the ticket price for adults is 149€, for children from 6 to 11 years old – 99€.

If the weather in March does not allow you to indulge in idle “doing nothing” on the beach, then you can go to the jousting tournament in the castle of San Miguel
passing in a small town in the south at Avenida Edelmira Alfonso, S/N 38628, San Miguel de Abona
.

The medieval castle, decorated in the appropriate surroundings, immerses visitors in the atmosphere of the time of the noble knights ruled by King Arthur. At the entrance, visitors are greeted by riders in knight’s costumes, handing out capes of 6 colors, which means which of the knights to cheer for. In the armory, visitors are cordially greeted by the king and princess. Mastery of swords, spears, prancing on horseback and knights in armor are breathtaking.

From among the beautiful spectators, the winner of the tournament chooses a “lady of the heart”, who is given the right to become an honored guest of the royal balcony. After tasting a medieval dinner consisting of stew and chicken, the guests of the castle go to the continuation of the tournament, and then to the disco.

The jousting tournament is held in the castle on Tue, Wed, Thu and Sat.

Ticket price:
  • for adults – 47€,
  • for children – 24€.

April

Real spring reigns on the island.

    North of the island
    set:

  • Average air temperature +20°C,
  • Evening +17°C,
  • At night, the thermometer drops to +13°C,
  • Water in the ocean warms up to +20°C.
  • It is worth taking an umbrella with you as there can be 10 rainy days in a month.
    South coast
    from Santa Cruz to Playa Paraiso air temperature:

  • During the day it warms up to +22°C (maximum up to +26°C),
  • Night temperature is +16°C, water temperature is +20°C.
  • Only 3 rainy days are possible for the whole month, but the rains are very short, so it makes no sense to take umbrellas here.

The number of tourists in April is growing. Also, do not forget that April is a vacation time for Spanish schoolchildren, so there are many important seniors with their spouses surrounded by their happy offspring in hotels. Be sure to book your hotel in advance.

As a rule, Easter is celebrated in this month, so every town and small village solemnly celebrates a church holiday. Traditionally, the Crusade is held on Good Friday in small towns, and in large cities, the Crusades, starting from Palm Sunday (we have Palm Sunday), last for a whole week.

At first it may seem to an uninitiated tourist that he has fallen into the Middle Ages and soon someone, or maybe he himself, will become a victim of the Holy Inquisition. But when the orchestras enter, theatrical performances begin and the long-suffering crucified Christ is carried out on a stretcher, you immediately understand that this is the most important church holiday of the entire calendar year.

May

May is conventionally considered the opening month of the tourist season on the island.

    In the north of the island
    :

  • Daytime temperature keeps +21°C,
  • Evening temperature drops to +18°C,
  • Night temperature is +14°C,
  • Water warms up to +20°C.
  • During the month, the total number of rainy days can be 8.
    South coast
    (in Playa de Las Americas, El Medano, Santa Cruz):

  • Daytime temperature ranges from +22°C to 30°C,
  • Night temperature is +17°C,
  • Water temperature is +20°C.
  • Precipitation in May is very rare, only during 1 day short-term rains are possible.

The beginning of May is the beginning of water activities. You can go for walks on yachts, boats and colorful fishing boats in the ocean, which can be found in abundance in the ports of Playa de los Cristianos and Playa de Las Americas.

How to get there and fares:

For example, from the port of Los Cristianos you can cross to the neighboring island of La Gomera (La Gomera) by ferry.
Ferries run daily.

    Depending on the type of ferry:

  • ticket price will be from 21€ to 30€,
  • travel time – from 35 minutes to 1 hour 20 minutes.

But on the northern coast, in Puerto de La Cruz, boat trips and fishing are not practiced, since the ocean in this part of the island is unpredictable.

Every year 30 May is Canary Islands Day
. Tenerife also hosts a variety of events that are inspired by local Canarian traditions.

Performances by folk groups in national costumes, theatrical performances, endless music and dances immerse you in the historical past of the Canary Islands. Numerous fairs sell exclusive products from local artisans and offer tastings.

June

An increasing number of tourists go to the shores of Tenerife.

    North of the island
    , in Puerto de la Cruz:

  • Day temperature warms up to +23°C,
  • In the evening the temperature drops to +20°C,
  • At night it drops to +16°C.
  • Maximum water temperature +22°C.
  • Precipitation totals 6 days per month.
    South coast
    :

  • The daytime temperature is +24°C, but the air can warm up to a maximum of +35°C.
  • At night the temperature drops to +18°C.
  • Minimum water temperature +20°C. Precipitation does not fall.

June pleases visitors with a large number of freshly grown fruits. Experienced travelers buy gifts of nature not in supermarkets, but in the so-called fruiteries – small shops where melons, cherries, watermelons and apricots and other fruits are sold directly from plantations and orchards.

October

The weather in the first half of the month on the island almost does not differ from the weather in September, and in the second half the air and water temperature is expected to drop.

    So, in the north
    , in Puerto de La Cruz:

  • During the day the air warms up to +24°C,
  • In the evening the thermometer drops to +21°C,
  • At night – up to +17°C,
  • The water in the ocean is quite warm +22° C.
  • There are 10 rainy days in a month.
    South coast
    :

  • Day +26°C,
  • Night +20°C,
  • Water temperature +23°C.
  • There are 3 rainy days during the month.

In October in Tenerife in the capital in a unique building Auditorio Tenerife
opens the opera season.
On October 12, the islanders, like all the inhabitants of Spain, celebrate the Day of the discovery of America by Columbus – a public holiday.

Only Santa Cruz hosts lavish events on this occasion. But, since this day is an official holiday on the entire island, many cafes, restaurants, clubs, water parks, zoos and shops, for example, the San Eugenio and Parque Santiago shopping centers in Las Americas, are closed.

In October you can climb to the top of Mount Teide, but since the temperature at the highest point in Spain can be below zero, the funicular will not work.

You can check the weather forecast at the hotel, and you can also get free maps showing the location of other attractions that can be reached by rental car or taxi.

November

The air temperature drops significantly in the last month of autumn. Wind gusts are especially strong.

    In the north of the island the temperature is:

  • +21°C during the day,
  • +19°C in the evening,
  • +15°C at night,
  • The water temperature is +21°C.
  • There are 12 rainy days in a month.
    On the south coast of the island
    air temperature:

  • Keeps at +23°C during the day,
  • +18°C at night,
  • Water temperature +21°C.
  • There are 4 rainy days, so it doesn’t hurt to take an umbrella with you and you should definitely put some warm clothes in your suitcase.

The wind is picking up, and if beach lovers no longer choose this month for their holidays in Tenerife, then windsurfers from all over the world come to El Medano, where 2 well-known clubs on the whole island offer equipment, and experienced trainers are ready to give lessons beginner athletes.

At the end of the month in Tenerife, wine festivals are held in several cities at once (for example, in Puerto de La Cruz, La Orotava and Icod de los Vinos).

Wine producers offer visitors free tastings of new vintage wines from their cellars. You even manage to taste wines from the famous Dragon Tree cellar.

In addition to wine, you can enjoy the exquisite taste of Canarian rum, sweet malvasia – sweet liqueur wine and coffee, banana, nut, blackberry and other liqueurs.

On the island you can visit the Astronomical Observatory
, which is located in Santa Cruz de Tenerife at the address: Avenida Buenos Aires, 98, Second D, 38005, Santa Cruz de Tenerife
.

The observatory offers a rare opportunity to observe an incredible number of celestial bodies and the most interesting astronomical objects of the entire universe. The pride of the observatory is a high-resolution telescope.

December

The weather in Tenerife in all winter months: December, January and February does not correspond to the definition of “winter”.
Spring reigns as always in Tenerife.

    North of the island
    air temperature is:

  • Day +19°C,
  • Evening +16°C,
  • Night +11-13°C,
  • Water temperature +21°C.
  • There are 13 rainy days.

Do not forget that piercing winds blow on the northern coast, which is unfavorable for families with small children.
Basically, all hotels have swimming pools with a water heating system.

    South
    :

  • Day temperature +22°C,
  • Night temperature +17°C,
  • Water temperature +20°C.
  • In December, there are usually 6 rainy days, so an umbrella in your suitcase will come in handy, as well as warm clothes.

But you can either completely refuse sunscreen or take it with a low degree of protection.

The most important event on the island, as in mainland Spain and in many European countries, is Christmas, which is celebrated on December 25th.

On the eve of the holiday, Christmas markets are held in Santa Cruz, La Laguna and other cities, where you can just admire the interesting products of local artisans, which they make from ceramics, leather, glass, or you can buy Canary wine, honey, sweets, cheeses and just interesting souvenirs.

You should know that Most shops are closed on December 25
, as well as all parks, water parks and museums, so you should not plan excursions on this day.

The New Year is celebrated cheerfully and solemnly, and many hotels organize an exciting show program and a gala dinner.
It is customary for the Spaniards to eat 12 grapes under the chiming clock and make one wish with each berry.
After celebrating the New Year, you should definitely go outside, as colorful fireworks are waiting for all the inhabitants of the island and guests there.

The first thing that catches your eye on approaching Tenerife, the largest among its six fellow islands in the Canary archipelago, is the snow-capped peak “de Teide”. Tenerife is located off the west coast of North Africa. Its delightful golden and gray beaches and beautiful towns create a huge contrast to the picturesque mountain villages, volcanic desert landscapes and lush green surroundings. Find out on the Tour Calendar why it is best to go to the island for a vacation in July, August, September and October.

Tourist season in Tenerife

The truly magnificent climate of Tenerife allows you to travel here throughout the year, even in winter, and not just like that, but with a bathing component. The island is replete with atypical landscapes, varying depending on its location, from immersed in fat greenery in the north to sun-kissed in the arid south. It is also attractive to the spoiled traveler with the cosmic poetics of solidified lava. In addition, Tenerife is also attractive for its stunning coastline with gorgeous beaches, banana plantations, excellent shops, restaurants and first-class hotels. Families with children come here, older people who prefer quieter resorts, as well as party youth going to noisy cities.

High season in Tenerife

While Majorca’s peak season is in July and August, Tenerife’s tourist wave only hits September and October. During these two months, the warmest water temperature of the Atlantic Ocean is observed. In addition to high prices and a large crowd of people, the high season has no drawbacks. After all, as you already understood, the weather on the island is never very hot.

Low season in Tenerife

Low season and Tenerife are incompatible concepts. But still, a slightly smaller number of tourists on the island happens from December to January and from March to April.

Beach season in Tenerife

It’s very simple: the swimming season on the island lasts all year round. And even in January, the minimum water temperature in the ocean will be 19 ° C. This is really the “blue dream” of any average resident of Russia.

Holiday season in Tenerife

At the end of every January, Tenerife hosts the music festival “De Música de Canarias”. Another highlight on the island is the “Holy Week” preceding Easter. At this time, many religious processions take place throughout the island. May is celebrated in all major cities and villages with the “Feast of the Cross”. In mid-June, at the Corpus Christi festival, locals lay out entire flower carpets on city streets. The Summer Solstice in Tenerife is associated with the feast of St. Juana – something like our Ivan Kupala with symbolic jumps over fires. August 14 and 15 are the two most significant days for all the Canary Islands, as they call the patron saint of the Canary Islands – Our Lady of Candelar. Christmas and New Year in Tenerife are, in general, home holidays. Some islanders at this time go out to the squares of the cities, have fun together, dance and enjoy the lights of colorful fireworks.

Carnival season in Tenerife

Those who find it difficult to imagine the significance and scope of the February Mardi Gras carnival in Tenerife, we will answer this way: in its pomp and scale, it is second only to the Brazilian Carnival. This real carnival fever absorbs absolutely all the cities of Tenerife, but, in particular, its capital – Santa Cruz de Tenerife. The unbridled fun begins with the selection of the Queen of the Festival, and then continues with musical concerts, street entertainment, and the consumption of traditional Canarian dishes and drinks in large quantities. The festival ends with the beginning of Lent.

Climate in Tenerife

The climate in Tenerife is subtropical with warm weather throughout the year. However, weather conditions vary significantly depending on the location on the island. The south and west will be the warmest, while the northern tip will be coolest. It sometimes rains on the island, but there is no distinct wet season as such. Unless in December and January it rains a little more often. The difference in annual temperatures is insignificant: from 15 °C to 25 °C.

Tenerife in spring

Spring in Tenerife – in itself, this phrase is associated not with the season, but with the stable characteristic of the island. After all, as you know, spring is a year-round state of the island. So what is the weather like at this time? Partly rainy, with warm sunny days and slightly cool nights. During this period, there is a slow process of increasing the temperature of air and water – 21°C and 20°C, respectively. A wonderful time to visit Loro Parque, independent trips around the island and sunbathing.

Temperature and weather in Tenerife in spring

March weather April weather Weather in May
Average temperature +18 +19 +20
Day temperature +21 +22 +24
Temperature at night +15 +15 +16
Water temperature +19 +19 +20
Rain 6 days 5 days 3 days

Tenerife in summer

What makes the summer in Tenerife so good is the cool weather, characterized by low levels of humidity. Only 24°C-25°C at 22°C water temperature. Ideal “proportions” of a resort holiday. The level of solar activity reaches as much as 10 hours a day. But the sun is not aggressive, but, on the contrary, gentle. The central mountainous regions can be a bit rainy. The often northerly breeze from the ocean provides ample opportunities for a variety of water sports.

Temperature and weather in Tenerife in summer

Weather in June Weather in July August weather
Average temperature +22 +24 +25
Day temperature +26 +28 +29
Temperature at night +18 +20 +21
Water temperature +21 +22 +23
Rain 2 days 1 day 1 day

Tenerife in autumn

Autumn in Tenerife is just as pleasant as summer, just a little different. There is a slight decrease in daytime temperatures, and at night you will need a light sweater or jacket. The water is still warm throughout the season, even though rainfall increases to an average of 8 rainy days. Autumn here is a very active time of the year, most of the tourists, wanting to avoid the gray dank autumn, fly here. Here you will find the bright sun, and the warm ocean, and parks immersed in greenery.

Temperature and weather in Tenerife in autumn

September weather Weather in October Weather in November
Average temperature +25 +23 +20
Day temperature +28 +26 +23
Temperature at night +21 +19 +17
Water temperature +23 +23 +22
Rain 3 days 5 days 7 days

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Golden and gray beaches. Huge forests and large areas scorched by ejections of volcanic mass. A huge mountain with a snow-capped top… all this and much more on a beautiful and chic island right in the Atlantic Ocean. Guess what place we’re talking about? Of course, this is Tenerife, which is part of the Canary Islands. You can relax here all year round, because it is not for nothing that the island is called the island of eternal spring. But even in a world where spring is endless, there are better and worse times to relax. Today we will talk about the weather in Tenerife by months and the temperature of the water in the ocean at different times of the year. Having learned all this, you can easily choose the month when it will be best to relax here.

The best time for a beach holiday in Tenerife

As we wrote above, you can come to the island all year round and relax here on the ocean. But precisely because of the ocean, which almost never warms up, the beach season in Tenerife is not very long.
The favorite months for tourists are August, September and October. These months go in a row one after another, so you can immediately come to rest for the whole quarter.
The island is warmest in late summer and early spring. It is in August and September that the air temperature reaches its peak. During the day it is always stable +27 degrees, and at night it is a little less and +22 degrees.

The ocean off the coast of the island also shows the maximum temperature. The water these days is warmed up to +24 degrees. At this time, there is almost no wind, so the ocean is calm. Although sometimes there are waves on it that interfere with normal rest, but this happens extremely rarely.
October is the third month when holidays in Tenerife are pure bliss. At the same time, the air temperature drops slightly, but the ocean, on the contrary, becomes warmer. True, in October there is a large amount of rain, which scares away tourists. But there are plenty of sunny days. Usually it is 4-6 rainy days and 19-21 sunny days.

Monthly weather table for Tenerife

Look at the summary weather table on the island to see for yourself that you can come here at any time of the year.

The rainiest months on the island

Oddly enough, October is one of the best months for holidays and at the same time, the wettest month of the year. It is in the middle of autumn that the most precipitation falls here, and it can rain for up to six to seven days.
November, December and August can also be referred to as rainy months. But this is more likely due to the higher air temperature, and when the sun shines most actively, there are often showers and thunderstorms.

Dry months in Tenerife

From March to July there is very little rain on the island. The amount of precipitation is not high and tourists do not need to take an umbrella with them. Usually during this period of time there are 1-2 rainy days in each month. But the rains are usually quiet and the drops fall so slowly that you want to help them fall to the ground as soon as possible.

When the ocean is warmest

The Atlantic Ocean does not get warm at all. It is huge, it has many currents, including cold ones. All winter and spring, the water in the ocean is below twenty degrees Celsius. And in summer and autumn, the water gradually warms up and closer to autumn it becomes the warmest. If you like not only sunbathing, but also swimming in the water, then you should come to the island in September or October. It is during these months that the water has its maximum values.

Sunny months in Tenerife

July can be considered the sunniest month. It is in the middle of summer that there are 29-30 sunny days. Next comes March and December, and slightly inferior to them in June.
But the sun is not yet a guarantee of warm weather and warm sea. The sea has its own rules here, and the air warms up thanks to the blowing winds that blow from northern Africa in winter and spring, bringing coolness with them.

Peculiarities of holidays on the island of Tenerife

The main feature here is one: you can relax in the resorts of the island all year round. But swimming in the ocean is not always possible.
You can often see gray sand on the coast of the island. It became so because of the volcanoes that threw ash and lava here hundreds of years ago. To this day, there are dormant volcanoes in Tenerife, which sometimes remind of themselves.
Tourists are sure that it is best to relax on the gray beaches, as it is believed that there are more healing substances.
But there are enough beaches with white and yellow sand on the island. Most of them were made artificially to attract tourists. But there are also those places on the coast where emissions from the volcano did not reach.
The nature of the island is diverse and beautiful. And when you can’t swim in the ocean, then tourists are happy to go on excursions to the mountains, to the forests. They climb snow-covered mountain tops, come close to craters and view the ocean from special viewing platforms that are above the water level.
Most of the hotels are located right on the ocean, and some hang from the mountains and hang over the water. In the morning you will be awakened by the sound of the waves, and in the evening you will fall asleep to the singing of seagulls and the singing of water in the ocean.
Holidays in Tenerife are a pleasure, and we wish you to experience it for yourself.

In the high season, the air is warmed up to +27.3°C, and the sea +24°C. In low – air +18.0°C, water +18.5°C, precipitation 28.1 mm, 2 rainy days, 19 sunny days in total. It is a popular travel city in Spain. Weather in Tenerife by months, in winter, spring, summer and autumn is shown in the chart below. Mild climate almost all year round, excellent choice. The beach season here lasts at least 6 months.

Best travel months

In September, August, October – the best time to relax. There is good warm weather from +26.5°C to +27.8°C. At this time of the year there is little rain, no more than 2 days per month, from 40. 2 to 68.9 mm of precipitation falls. Also in Tenerife there is a warm sea with a water temperature of + 23.2 ° C to + 24.5 ° C and swimming is a pleasure. The maximum number of sunny days for the whole year is from 19 to 23 days. The monthly climate and temperature in Tenerife are calculated based on recent years.



Air temperature in Tenerife by months

The difference in daily air temperature throughout the year is 9.8°C, but due to the presence of the sea, the weather in Tenerife and the climate in Spain is quite mild for months. The coldest month is February, when the air warms up to +18°C, and the warmest month is August with +27.8°C.

Tenerife water temperature

The beach season here lasts 6 months: June, July, November, August, October, September. The temperature in the sea at this time of the year is from +21.2°C to +24.5°C for a pleasant swim. The worst weather in Tenerife and the water temperature recorded in March is +18.5°C.

Number of rainy days and precipitation

Unlucky month for travel – October, it rains on average 5 days. The maximum monthly rainfall is 68.9 mm.



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Climate summary

Month Air temperature
during the day
Water temperature solar
days
Rainy days
(precipitation)
January +19.5°C +19.8°C 22 0 days (28.1mm)
February +18°C +18.9°C 19 2 days (25.8mm)
March +18.8°C +18.5°C 25 0 days (12.3mm)
April +20.8°C +19.4°C 21 2 days (12.6mm)
May +23.8°C +20.1°C 23 0 days (5. 5mm)
June +24.2°C +21.2°C 25 0 days (0.9mm)
July +25.8°C +22.4°C 30 1 day (7.6mm)
August +27.8°C +23.2°C 23 3 days (59.0mm)
September +27.5°C +24.5°C 21 2 days (40.2mm)
October +26.5°C +24.2°C 19 5 days (68.9mm)
November +22.2°C +23°C 16 2 days (48.0mm)
December +20.2°C +20.8°C 24 0 days (28.1mm)

Number of sunny days

Beautiful sunny weather will delight tourists in July – as many as 30 sunny days per month.

Tenerife bajamar: Best Things To Do in Bajamar

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Best Things To Do in Bajamar


Big waves in Bajamar, Tenerife (March 2019)

Bajamar is a small town and resort in Tenerife, which is especially popular among German tourists and also among tourists coming from the Nordic countries in Europe.

Bajamar is located in the very north of Tenerife, close to Punta del Hidalgo and is part of the municipality San Cristobal de La Laguna.

The tourism in Bajamar is very different from the noisy and busy south of Tenerife; here most of the noises come from the ocean, which is truly an incredible spectacle to watch on most days.

Bajamar is a pretty tranquil place to stay in Tenerife, an ideal location for people who want to relax, enjoy nature and do some hiking, as you have the Anaga Rural Park nearby.

In Bajamar you won’t find any all-inclusive hotels, instead, you’ll mostly find private apartments and holiday homes, so we recommend checking Airbnb if you want to look for accommodation in the area.

What to do in Bajamar

Best things to do in Bajamar: surf, relax and enjoy the natural pools.

Life is simple in Bajamar and much quieter and laid back compared to the continuous buzz of the southern resorts. So if you’re looking for a more remote and quiet place to stay in Tenerife, take Bajamar into account.

In Bajamar you are not totally cut off from civilization, in the sense that you’d still be staying in a small coastal town, with bars and shops and restaurants, but the entire feeling of the place is totally different from what you can find in Tenerife South. 

There are a lot of Canarian residents living in Bajamar, so the place still feels authentic and retains its Spanish atmosphere. In terms of visitors, most of them come from Germany and Scandinavia, so you will find less British visitors in Bajamar. 

Bajamar would also be a good base for anyone interested in hiking in Tenerife since the north has the most amazing trails and footpaths.

Rental prices are also lower in Bajamar compared to places like Costa Adeje or Los Cristianos, so it’s also a good option for anyone looking for an affordable place to stay in Tenerife, especially if you plan to stay for longer and you want to rent an apartment.

Although it’s situated in the North of Tenerife, Bajamar is still much warmer in winter than most other places in Europe. So if you’re not looking to sunbathe every day, but instead you just want to escape the dead cold winters of Northern Europe, Bajamar could be the place where you can rent an apartment for one or two months and stay here comfortably to relax and enjoy the laid back pace of Tenerife (especially if you’re a digital nomad or you switch to online remote work for a few months a year). 

Bamajar Natural Pool and Playa Bajamar


The natural pool in Bajamar

The natural pool is the top local attraction and the reason why many visitors come to Bajamar even for a short visit. It is a lovely natural pool, with seawater, where you can enjoy swimming without having to worry about currents or waves. 

There’s no entrance fee so everyone can enjoy the natural pool in Bajamar for free.

You’ll even find showers and toilets next to the pools and there are lifeguards on site even in winter.

The natural pool is the main attraction in Bajamar and there’s a nice promenade in front, where you can just sit and admire the huge waves coming in and breaking when they hit the concrete.

Playa Bajamar is the beach right next to the pool and it’s probably the most photographed place in Bajamar (see the first photo in this article). The big waves come crushing with a strong force in the stone wall that protects the beach, which creates the potential for dramatic photography. 

Between the natural pool and the beach, you can see the Bajamar lighthouse.

Other places of interest in Bajamar

  • Playa del Arenal
  • Paseo Maritimo
  • Walk from Club Nautico Bajamar to Acantilados Cornisa del Achiemencey
  • Charco Mariane
  • Charco La Laja
  • Charco Redondo
  • Faro de Bajamar
  • Ermita San Juan Bautista 1628
  • Ermita del Gran Poder de Dios 1881
  • Gran Poder de Bajamar Church
  • Walk on the path next to Playa del Arenal
  • Hike from Bajamar to Cruz del Carmen – or better yet, the other way around. You can take a bus to go to Cruz del Carmen and hike from there towards Bajamar, if you wish to avoid climbing for the most part of your hike, as the difference in altitude between the two points is around 1065 m. See more details about the PR – TF 12 Cruz del Carmen – Bajamar hike.

SHORT DISTANCE TRIP FROM BAJAMAR

  • Visit Punta del Hidalgo – only a few minutes away from Bajamar

A short video of Bajamar pool

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Detached house in avenida el sol, 23, Bajamar-Punta del Hidalgo, San Cristóbal de la Laguna

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Detached house in Bajamar-Punta del Hidalgo, San Cristóbal de la Laguna

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Flat in calle Montalmar, 31, Bajamar-Punta del Hidalgo, San Cristóbal de la Laguna

190,000€
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Detached house in carretera General de Bajamar, Bajamar-Punta del Hidalgo, San Cristóbal de la Laguna

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Detached house in Bajamar-Punta del Hidalgo, San Cristóbal de la Laguna

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Flat in avenida el sol, 4, Bajamar-Punta del Hidalgo, San Cristóbal de la Laguna

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Flat in avenida el Sol, 4, Bajamar-Punta del Hidalgo, San Cristóbal de la Laguna

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What to see in Bajamar. Nature, hiking and coast

Following the route by some emblematic villages of northern Tenerife, Bajamar is a place you like to know and also has bathing areas, ideal for hot days.

A little information about Bajamar

The small town of Bajamar is located in the northern part of Tenerife, within the municipality of San Cristóbal de La Laguna It is quite frequented by German tourists, many of whom have a holiday home in this area of the island where you can enjoy beautiful sunsets, with the nature very present in all the surroundings. Here also reigns the tranquility, being a coastal town of scarce inhabitants.

The population of Bajamar surpasses by little the 2,000 inhabitants, and has a total area of 2. 08 square kilometers.

The town of Bajamar is adjacent to some of the other villages that we talked about previously in our blog, such as Tegueste, Tejina or Punta del Hidalgo. In addition it is only fourteen kilometers from the center of the municipality, the beautiful university town of San Cristóbal de La Laguna, a must visit for all tourists visiting Tenerife.

What to see in Bajamar

Natural pools of Bajamar

One of the most representative points of this small coastal town are its natural pools, which are quite large and in which you will find room with ease if you want to take a bath in them. However, in Bajamar there are not so many chances that you will find an optimal sunny day for bathing as you will find in other areas of the island.

Paseo Marítimo de Bajamar

Promenade Bajamar

It is also necessary to mention that parking is complicated in this area, especially at weekends, holidays and summer.

Faro de Bajamar

The Lighthouse of Bajamar provides, at least, a picturesque stamp for the visitors of this small northern town.

Playa de San Juan or Playa de Bajamar

In addition to the natural pools, Bajamar also has a beach that is also quite calm waters, due to the dam that protects it from the strong waves that are sometimes in the area.

It is a beach of gravel and sand of about 200 meters in length, which also has all the necessary services and you could expect any tourist, such as showers, wastebaskets, toilets, as well as bars and restaurants in its immediate vicinity.

Arco de Bajamar

As a curiosity, you should know that you can find a picturesque rock formation in the shape of an arch, located on top of a cliff that can be seen from Bajamar.

Directions to Bajamar

If you do not have a rental car during your visit to Tenerife, you can reach Bajamar by public transport.

From Santa Cruz you can take line 105 and from La Laguna, bus lines 050 and 224.

If you are staying in Puerto de la Cruz, you should take two buses, the first one to go from Puerto de la Cruz to San Cristóbal de La Laguna station. Once you have arrived in the university city, take another bus towards Bajamar.

Hiking in Bajamar

Bajamar also can be an excellent place to start a path through the beautiful mountains that enrich the landscape of northern Tenerife.

From Bajamar you can start multiple paths that pass through the Anaga Massif. Your destination can be Punta del Hidalgo, Pedro Álvarez or the Cruz del Carmen, it all depends on how much you are willing to walk.

We attach below a link to the network of hikers Wikiloc, where you can see the routes you can do from Bajamar.

In conclusion

Bajamar is a town that seems to have a special attraction for German tourists, but it will also please anyone who wants to know a little better every beautiful corner of Tenerife and loves nature.

It is also within a journey on which you can enjoy in one day some of the most picturesque villages in the north, being able to plan a trip to spend a perfect day and make the most of it, with a hiking trail included and which can finish or start with a swim in the sea.

If you are willing to squeeze the most of your experience in Tenerife, if you love nature and like to get to know its people and its most beautiful villages, then Puerto de la Cruz can be your best option to have on hand all these experiences.

We offer you as a possibility our newly renovated Ambassador Apartments to enjoy a memorable stay in Puerto de la Cruz, one of the most important cities of the Canary Islands. It is located in the north of the island and very close to all these beautiful villages that you will like to see.

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More information that may be of interest to you

Our blog is full of valuable information to plan your future trip to Tenerife.

Apart from the aforementioned articles that you can visit about the villages near Bajamar, as well as from the university town of San Cristóbal de La Laguna, you may also find it interesting to know a little more about the hiking trails to do in the north of Tenerife .

In addition, if you want to get the most out of your trip, consider installing on your mobile phone some of the smartphone applications that we recommend to get to know Tenerife.

Finally, do not forget to visit the sections of our blog where we have categorized all the most relevant information about the towns of the north of Tenerife and the most emblematic places of Puerto de la Cruz, with valuable information to know in depth the city where our Ambassador Apartments are, in case you finally decide to stay here.

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Bajamar is not just a fishing village on the northeast coast of the main Canary Island. This is an oasis of provincial paradise just 14 km from the cultural capital of Tenerife – bustling La Laguna. And Bahamar is also an ideal resort for a person who is not very secular and understands the natural beauty of nature.

There is neither deliberate pomposity nor intrusive service here – only the all-consuming magic of the Atlantic, merging with which you turn into Atlanta. Everything else is exactly as much as is needed so that the hopes for the rest come true, and life seems beautiful.

The peaceful atmosphere of a resort atypical for Tenerife is ideal for family holidays and swimming. Tall storm waves can be considered its hallmark. Well, where there are waves, there, of course, is a haven for surfers.

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The village of Bahamar is located at an altitude of 50 m above sea level at the western foothills of the Anaga massif in the picturesque surroundings of a tropical park. Historically, it belongs to the Municipal District San Cristóbal de la Laguna . About 2,200 people live permanently in the fishing village. Agriculture is not widely practiced in the region. Local peasants have long migrated to the regional centers. But small fishing artels exist. Basically, the town trades in the resort economy, in which it is very successful.

Bahamar, together with Punta del Hidalgo , Tejina and Valle de Guerra , is part of the resort core La Laguna with brightly colored nature and a provincial measured life pulse. The territory of the town is small, only about 2 sq. km. It is a symbiosis of the urban area and rural coastal areas, partly protected.

The main attraction of Bahamar is luxurious natural pools carved directly into the rock. At high tide, they are filled with crystal clear sea water. You can consider them a curtsy from the violent Atlantic Ocean in these places. I must say that not everyone decides to swim in open water. Another thing is the blue expanse of quiet lagoons, where even small children are comfortable.


Beaches

Playa San Juan

Playa de San Juan

Encased in concrete, San Juan municipal beach stretches in a narrow (25 m) strip for a distance of 600 m. A typical northern Tenerife native. He can hardly boast of a golden imported sand. The basis of the rocky coastline is the products of volcanic activity: basalt pebbles and black lava dust. Rocks reliably cover the bay from the wind, but do not interfere with high waves.

Natural pools

From the outside, Bahamar beach would hardly be attractive if it were not for the fonts artificially carved into the rocks: one for adults is deep and large, the other for children is small and shallow, creating a natural pool from this. Cool sea water in them constantly circulates, being updated with each fresh surf. You can approach the pools along a concrete fence, the descent is equipped with ladders. On the parapets you can stretch out to sunbathe or just sit down. It’s stormy all around, and you’re watching the rampant elements, kind of like from the sidelines. It must be said that the locals who “ate” the ocean prefer to swim in such places.

GPS coordinates: 28.556339, -16.343959.

Playa del Arenal beach

Playa del Arenal

Walk about 800 m towards Punta del Hidalgo to reach this pebbly and sandy beach. Behind from the side of the island you will be covered by a rocky coast, and the town of Hidalgo is visible from the right to the east. The beach is wild and not suitable for cultural recreation. But here you can retire surrounded by mountain landscapes and the sound of waves.


What to see

In itself, a cozy, clean town with a Spanish flavor is unremarkable. There is little entertainment here, but seekers find it.

  1. Walking along the embankment is an incomparable pleasure. It seems like you can watch huge waves crashing ashore for an eternity.
  2. Surrounding natural pools and lagoons: Roquete , Troche , Arenal , San Juan . Amazing corners of island tropical and subtropical nature.
  3. Faro de la Punta del Hidalgo is a modern lighthouse in nearby Punta del Hidalgo. Unusual author’s work 1992 years old
  4. Surfing and bodyboarding spots very close: Baja Nueva , Paso , Lobo , Las Bordas .
  5. Anaga Mountains
  6. A picturesque mountain village Chinamada and Taganana lost in the Anaga ranges. Luxurious views.
  7. Jurada cave: on the map. Fancy rock with a hole. Go there, towards the turquoise lagoons. Don’t forget your swimming trunks or swimsuit.
  8. Temples San Juan Bautista and Gran Poder de Dios .
  9. San Juan Hermitage.

Bahamar Holidays:

  1. The annual festival of national folklore, which received international status in 2000. It takes place at the peak of the tourist season on August 7-25.
  2. Basketball tournaments 3×3 featuring world stars such as Sergio Rodriguez . Organized since 1993 by the Bahamar Basketball School Costa Lagunera-CBV .

    Restaurants nearby:

    1. Family bar Terraza El Capricho at 21 avenue del Sol. Homemade meals and delicious desserts.
    2. Cafe-Restaurant Mojo Rojo at Avenue Rafael Gonzalez Vernetta . Canarian cuisine.
    3. Restaurant Conny at Carretera General Bajamar, 119 . Spanish, Mediterranean cuisine.
    4. Cafe Baja Surf at Avenue Rafael Gonzalez Vernetta . Spanish cuisine. Grill. The pub.

      How to get there by car:

      Federal road PR TF-12. Route: Cruz del Carmen – Bahamar.

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      Every half an hour according to the schedule. Travel time is about an hour.

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      Altamira

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      Bahamar

      Altamira Apartments is located in Bajamar, just 300 meters from Playa San Juan. It features a restaurant, outdoor pool, fitness center and free Wi-Fi.
      Great Place will come back again , hostitel was friendly and helpfull, close to the surfschool and Rental

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      60 reviews

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      Armonia

      Bahamar

      Featuring mountain views, Armonia is located in Bajamar. It features a seasonal outdoor pool, garden, fitness center and free Wi-Fi. The windows offer sea views.
      Wonderful apartment, perfect for two people. Huge terrace and everything in good shape. The internet worked really good, so my boyfriend could work remote the whole time without any problem. The owner was extremely friendly, was perfectly on time, showed us the whole flat and the parking and even came at one point to bring us a tool that was missing in the kitchen! Amazing service! You have ocean view from the terrace and the gym is in less than 1min of walking.

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      9.2

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      65 reviews

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      Sunset Dream Bajamar SUPERWIFI

      Bahamar

      Sunset Dream Bajamar SUPERWIFI is located in Bajamar. It features an outdoor pool, fitness centre, garden and free Wi-Fi. The windows overlook the pool.
      ocean view and apartment location

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      9.7

      Exceptional

      69 reviews

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      ENERGY GARDEN

      Bahamar

      Situated less than 1 km from Playa San Juan, Energy Garden Apartment features a garden and a patio. The windows overlook the garden. The windows offer mountain views.
      The owner, although he does not speak English, is very friendly. He responds to all requests immediately and tries to make his guests’ stay very comfortable. There is a private area with a large lush garden.

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      8.6

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      Estudio La Luna

      Bahamar

      Boasting sea views, Estudio La Luna features accommodation with a balcony and a coffee machine, around 750 meters from Playa San Juan.
      Very friendly hostess. Check-out and check-in were quick and comfortable, we checked in even earlier than it was possible.
      The room is very comfortable, there is everything you need, dishes, furniture, bedding.

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      8.7

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      Hola ola Bajamar

      Bahamar

      Hola ola Bajamar is located on Bajamar Beach, just 600 meters from Playa San Juan. It features an outdoor pool, fitness center, terrace and free Wi-Fi.
      We spent the perfect family holiday at Hola ola Bajamar! Everything is at it’s best: beautifully refurbished appartment, most hospitable hosts that carefully thougt about every single detail for the visitors to feel comfortable, as well as caring for the environment, natural pools at your footsteps, delightful, authentic surroundings and very good restaurants nearby . Would definitely recommend as a hidden treasure of Tenerife!

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      9.7

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      Atico con vistas espectaculares

      Bahamar

      Ático con vistas esppectaulares is located in Bajamar. It features an outdoor pool, fitness center, terrace and free Wi-Fi. The windows offer sea views.
      Excellent apartment with amazing view of la Punta del Hidalgo. The staff is great, very helpful, friendly and flexible. We liked our stay a lot!.

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      9.6

      Excellent

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      Faro Armonia

      Bahamar

      Featuring mountain views, Faro Armonía is located in Bajamar. It features an outdoor pool, fitness center, BBQ facilities and free Wi-Fi.

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      Las Olas Suite – Bajamar

      5 stars

      Bahamar

      Las Olas Suite – Bajamar is located in Bajamar. The city of La Laguna is 15 km away. The apartment consists of 2 separate bedrooms, 1 bathroom and a living room.
      The hosts were very nice and helpful. Wellcome pizza and wine were perfect for us after arrival. View from appartment balcony is amazing. Appartment was very clean with all the things we needed.

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      9.5

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      Atico Vistas Mar y Teide 518

      Bahamar

      Ático Vistas Mar y Teide 518 offers beachfront accommodation in Bajamar, just 400 meters from Playa San Juan.

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      Bahamar water temperature is currently 24.3 degrees Celsius. Based on our historical data over a period of ten years, the warmest sea in this day in Bajamar was recorded in 2012 and was 25.3°C, and the coldest was recorded in 2007 at 23.1°C. In the next 10 days, sea water temperature in Bahamar is expected to drop to 23.9°C. September average sea water temperature in Bajamar is 23.9°C/63.3°F, the minimum temperature is 22.7°C/68.2°F, and the maximum is 26.2°C/73.5°F.

      The beach season in Bajamar starts in April and ends in January. During those months, Bajamar water temperature does not drop below 20°C/68°F and therefore suitable for comfortable swimming. Average water temperature in Bajamar reaches 20°C in winter, 19.7°C in spring, average temperature rises to 22.3°C in summer and 23.3°C in autumn.

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      Water temperature in Bajamar in January
      February 19.1°C 17.9°C 20.5°C

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      March 19°C 17.4°C 20.3°C cold
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      5 Best Hotels in Bajamar, Tenerife, Spain, book apartments without prepayment. Hotel booking Bahamar

      The 5 best hotels in Bajamar, Tenerife, Spain. Book apartments without prepayment. Hotel booking Bahamar

      Bahamar

      5 hotels

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      Price
      • 0 rub – 3100 rub 2
      • RUB 3100 – RUB 6200 2
      • RUB 6200 – RUB 9290 1
      Number of stars
      Rating
      Facilities
      • WiFi 5
      • TV 4
      • Parking lot 4
      • Pool 2
      • Bath/Shower 3
      • Refrigerator 3
      Type of allocation
      • Apartment 3
      • Vacation home 1
      • Homestay 1
      Attractions Bahamar

      Leal Theater 8 km.

      Cathedral of San Cristobal de la Laguna 8 km.

      Eliodore Rodriguez Lopez Stadium 13 km.

      Candelaria University Hospital 13 km.

      City Museum of Fine Arts 13 km.

      Tenerife Espacio de las Artes 14 km.

      Airports Bajamar

      Tenerife Norte Airport 8 km.

      Tenerife South Airport 61 km.

      La Gomera Airport 104 km.

      Map of Bahamar hotels

      Tenerife

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      Bajamar Apartments 3

      Holiday Home La Marea

      Holiday home

      Bajamar, Tenerife

      9. 4/10

      Perfect

      Free WiFi
      Private parking

      Holiday Home La Marea is located in Bajamar. It features a private pool, free Wi-Fi and a fully equipped kitchen. The holiday home has a TV, 3 bedrooms and a bathroom with a bath.

      38250 Tejina, Spain

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      5 760 per night

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      La SELVITA
      Homestay

      Bajamar, Tenerife

      8.9/10

      Perfect

      Free WiFi
      Parking

      You can walk to the beach in just 10 minutes. La SELVITA is located in Bajamar. It offers rooms with a patio or terrace, free Wi-Fi and TV, as well as free bikes and a garden.

      La Arena, 25, 38250 Bajamar, Spain

      2 120 per night

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      Home2Book Bajamar Natural Pool & Beach
      Apartment

      Bajamar, Tenerife

      7. 1/10

      Good

      Free Wi-Fi

      You can walk to the beach in just 4 minutes. Offering free WiFi and pool views, Home2Book Bajamar Natural Pool & Beach offers accommodation in Bajamar, 200 meters from Playa San Juan.

      38250 Bajamar, Spain

      2 360 per night

      Hotel Description

      Prices and Availability

      Apartamentos Nautilus
      Apartment

      Bajamar, Tenerife

      Free Wi-Fi
      Private parking

      You can walk to the beach in just 1 minute. Located in Bajamar, Apartment in Bajamar is just 100 meters from Bajamar’s natural lagoons. Guests enjoy free Wi-Fi. The apartment’s balcony offers sea views. Santa Cruz de Tenerife is 24 km away.

      Avenida del Sol, 4, 38250 Bajamar, Spain

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      4 850 per night

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      La Fonda Flats
      Apartment

      Bajamar, Tenerife

      Free Wi-Fi
      Parking

      You can walk to the beach in just 3 minutes. Featuring free WiFi and pool views, La Fonda Flats offers accommodation in Bajamar, just 600 meters from Playa San Juan. The apartments have a balcony. Guests can enjoy hiking, windsurfing and cycling.

      Plaza de la fonda S/N Esquina pasaje los huaracheros, 38250 Bajamar, Spain

      6 360 per night

      Hotel Description

        °APARTMENT SEA VIEW BAJAMAR (Spain) – Apartments for rent – from 6735 RUB

        Address

        Calle Carmela Acuna Garcia, 2,
        bahamar,
        Spain,
        38250,
        Tenerife

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        Location

        Plaza del Adelantado is located 9 km from the apartments. The center of Bajamar is 1 km away. Restaurante Los Tarajales restaurants are about 5 minutes’ walk away. The Museum of Science and the Cosmos is one of the top attractions in the area.

        Bus stop “Neptuno” is 800 meters away.

        Rooms

        The rooms have a kitchenette, television and satellite TV, plus terry dressing gowns, towels and bath sheets in the bathroom. Offering sea views, this apartment features a fully equipped kitchen, a dishwasher, a toaster and a microwave. There is also a private bathroom with a bathtub and bidet.

        Leisure and business

        Guests can swim in the outdoor pool.

        Internet

        Free Wi-Fi is available in public areas.

        Parking

        Free public parking is available nearby.

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        • Sea view

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        • Relaxation area
        • Tea/coffee set

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        • Washing machine
        • Free toiletries

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        • Coffee machine

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        • Balcony

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        Location

        Calle Carmela Acuna Garcia, 2,
        bahamar,
        Spain,
        38250,
        Tenerife

        • Famous places of the city
        • Nearby
        • Restaurants

        Associacion Hogar San Jose

        670 m

        San Cristóbal de La Laguna

        Playa del Arenal

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        lighthouse

        lighthouse Punta de Hidalgo

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        Punta del Hidalgo Nature Reserve

        2.3
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        Carr. Gral. Punta del Hidalgo

        Sentiero Punta del Hidalgo

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        Los Sabandenos

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        Plaza de la Catedral

        Saint Iglesia Cathedral

        3.2
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        Beach

        Piscina Natural De La Punta

        2.3
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        Church Pta Hidalgo

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        Tragedia Del Berge Istra

        2.3
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        Carr. Gral. Punta del Hidalgo

        Mirador Punta Del Hidalgo

        3.1
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        Parroquia de San Mateo

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        Zona Arqueologica El Barranco de Agua de Dios

        2.8
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        Playa de San Mateo

        3.1
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        Iglesia de San Bartolome

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        Casa de Fuset

        3.9
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        Ermita de San Juan

        3.8
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        Barranco del Rio

        3.9
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        Monumento a la Lucha Canaria

        3.9
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        San Marcos Evangelista

        3.9
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        Playa de los Troches

        3. 9
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        Iglesia Nuestra Senora del Socorro

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        Ermita Nª Sª de Lourdes

        4.3
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        Carretera Las Carboneras-Chinamada

        Chinamada

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        Camino Vino 44 Valle de Guerra

        Museo de Historia y Antropologia de Tenerife

        6.6
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        Camino Mesa Mota In the northern outskirts of La Laguna.

        Mesa Mota monument and picnic area

        6.6
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        Mirador Cruz del Carmen

        7.0
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        Shop

        Bajamar

        150 m

        Cofradia Bajamar

        150 м

        Avenida Del Gran Poder

        Restaurante Pizzería Javi

        60 м

        10 Paseo Werner Rautemberg

        Teteria La Ola

        80 м

        Avenida Gran Poder Piscinas building

        Cafe Palmelita

        120 м

        Avenida Gran Poder n 4 Planta -1 Local 17

        Bar-Cafetería Cuando Quieras

        110 m

        Cafe Palmelita Bajamar

        130 m

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        Calle Carmela Acuna Garcia, 2,
        bahamar,
        Spain,
        38250,
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        APARTMENT TENERIFE, PLAYA,SOL RELAX, PUERTITO DE GUIMAR

        Apartment Front Beach, 4 People, Free Wifi

        • 110 m²
        • 2 bedrooms
        • 4 guests
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        Location

          Tenerife, Playa,Sol Relax is a 110 m² apartment with a sun deck, a patio and a sun deck.

          The center of Puertito de Guimar is 1 km away. Guests can dine at Bar Restaurante Las Palmeras and Restaurante El Refugio, both 250 meters away. Parroquia de Santiago Apostol awaits guests within walking distance.

          TV, ironing facilities and multi-channel television are provided in the rooms. Tenerife, Playa, Sol Relax also has a terrace. A hairdryer, bath sheets and a bidet are also provided.

          Tenerife North is the nearest airport, 35 km from the apartments.

          8.3

          Very good

          Based on 13 reviews

          Important information

          Registration of the race: from 07:00 to 23:59

          Exit registration: to 07:00

          • Additional beds/ Additional beds/ baby cots
          • No extra beds available.

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          8.3

          Very good

          Based on 13 reviews

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          Amenities

          Internet access

          • Free Wi-Fi in the room

          Parking

          • parking

          Sports and entertainment

          • Windsurfing
          • Diving
          • Fishing

          For children

          • Babysitting/Child care

          Fun

          • Open pool
          • beach access
          • Sun terrace
          • Barbecue accessories
          • Solarium

          Numbers

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          • Patio
          • garden furniture
          • Ironing accessories

          Bathroom

          • Washing machine

          Basic

          • Non-smoking rooms

          Animals

          • Pets allowed

          8. 3

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          Based on 13 reviews

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          Transportation

          2 km

        • Parroquia de Santiago Apostol

          1000 m

        8.3

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        TV, ironing facilities and multi-channel television are provided in the rooms. Tenerife, Playa, Sol Relax also has a terrace. A hairdryer, bath sheets and a bidet are also provided.

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        Uk to spain time difference: United Kingdom time to Spain time conversion

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        What Is The Time Difference Between UK And Spain?

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        James Harden answered

        Depending on which two places you are comparing, places in the UK can be up to half an hour ahead of Spain. In other words there is a time difference of approximately 30 minutes, though this varies from place to place. The time zone that a place is in is dependant entirely on its longitude, due to the fact that the longitudinal lines define the time zones. Greenwich was defined as being at 0 degrees longitude for historical reasons (this line is called the “Greenwich Meridian”), and the east of Spain (places such as Valencia) have very nearly the same longitude as Greenwich so are therefore in the same time zone, and so there is no time difference between Greenwich and Valencia.

        However, Spain is a large country, and a place like Sevilla is at about 7 degrees west, so will be in a different time zone to Greenwich. Any good globe will have a dial where time difference can be estimated, and by my globe, the time in Sevilla is about 30 minutes earlier than in Greenwich, in other words Greenwich is ahead of Sevilla by 30 minutes. If you don’t have a globe, here is a calculator you can use to find the time difference between places: www.timedial.net/world-time-difference-calculator/

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        The time difference is one hour, so if it was 12 here it would be one there. Hope it helps!!!
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        mahendra kumar answered

        The time difference between UK and Spain is 1 hour. So when it is 12 Noon in London it is 1 PM in Spain. Not only Spain but the entire Western European region except Portugal lies in the GMT+1 zone.

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        Anonymous answered

        Spain is 1 hour ahead of UK.

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        Anonymous answered

        The time differences between London (capital of UK) and Spain is 1 hour.

        Spain is 1 hour ahead of UK

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        Aun Jafery answered

        The time difference between Spain and the UK the year round is one hour. Even in winter the difference between Spain and the UK is still one hour, the same as in summer. The UK is one hour ahead of Spain. This is because the UK lies a bit more to the east and the sun rises and sets sooner there.

        Spain and England both follow Daylight Saving Time where in both Spain and the UK. DST started on Sunday the 26th of March and ended on Sunday October 29th 2006. Since clocks are adjusted and bought forward on the same days in both countries the difference in time remains of one hour in both countries throughout the year.

        Gibraltar which is England’s rock in the Mediterranean follows the same time as Spain and is also 1 hour behind England.

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        1 hour forward

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        Spain is 1 hr ahead of uk

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        Bob Upandown answered

        You are incorrect.

        Spain ( GMT+1) is 1 hour ahead of the UK (GMT).

        When it is 0800 in the UK it is 0900 in Spain.

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        Anonymous answered

        What is the time difference between cape verde and the uk in the summer

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        If in spain it ia 10 o’clock what will be the time in uk.

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        1 hour

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        One hour ahead. GMT+1.

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        Mellisa Turner answered

        Time difference between UK and Spain is of one hour. Spain is one hour ahead of the UK.

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        The time difference is one hour, so if it was 12 here it would be one there. Hope it helps!!!
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        Anonymous answered

        The time differences between Madrid (capital of Spain) and UK is 1 hour.

        UK is 1 hour behind Spain.

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        1 hour

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        In december what is the time difference between the uk and mainland spain

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        The changes are The time and euro because the time is one hour ahead from britain and we have pounds and they have euros. They talk spanish and we tlk english. The weather is hotter over there ….

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        In 1940, Spain changed its time zone from GMT to GMT+1, as Franco thought that it would be a good idea to have the same time as Nazi Germany and Fascist Italy (his political allies) after Germany occupied France.

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        Answered By: Gilbert Rivera Date: created: Jun 19 2021

        France is not really in the wrong time zone, it’s right in the middle of the WET and CET zones. The western half in in the same longitude as the UK. and the eastern half in the same as Belgium and the Netherlands. … On a side note, not all of Spain is in the CET zone, the Canary Islands are in the WET zone.

        Asked By: Owen Flores Date: created: Aug 17 2022

        Do clocks change in Spain

        Answered By: Howard Collins Date: created: Aug 18 2022

        All of Spain uses Daylight Saving Time (DST) during part of the year. The DST period starts on the last Sunday of March and ends on the last Sunday of October, together with most other European countries.

        Asked By: Carlos Wood Date: created: Oct 09 2021

        Is Europe always 1 hour ahead of UK

        Answered By: Blake King Date: created: Oct 12 2021

        Most of Europe uses three standard time zones. … Western European Standard Time is the same as Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), however, during periods when Daylight Saving Time is in use, Western European Summer Time is one hour ahead of Greenwich Mean Time.

        Asked By: Albert Bennett Date: created: Mar 01 2022

        Why is Spain in the wrong time zone

        Answered By: Gilbert Lee Date: created: Mar 01 2022

        In 1942, Spanish dictator General Francisco Franco moved Spain’s clocks forward in line solidarity with Nazi Germany, which had provided Franco vital support during the Spanish Civil War. The country never changed back the clocks, resulting in it being technically in the wrong time zone for over 70 years.

        Asked By: Blake Gray Date: created: May 04 2022

        Is Portugal same time as Spain

        Answered By: Carl Brown Date: created: May 05 2022

        In 1942, the Spanish dictator General Franco moved Spain onto Central European Time to follow Nazi Germany. The report says Spain should be in the same time zone as the UK and Portugal. Spain – on the western edge of Europe – is currently one hour ahead of GMT during the winter and two hours ahead in the summer.

        Asked By: Dennis Young Date: created: Sep 03 2022

        How long is the flight from Spain to Germany

        Answered By: Neil Rogers Date: created: Sep 03 2022

        2 hours, 28 minutesThe total flight duration from Germany to Spain is 2 hours, 28 minutes.

        Asked By: Horace Wilson Date: created: Feb 20 2022

        Are England and Spain in the same time zone

        Answered By: Diego Barnes Date: created: Feb 22 2022

        Iceland, Ireland, Portugal, the Canary Islands and the United Kingdom are all in the time zone GMT zero, or Western Europe Time. On the other hand, Spain, along with countries such as France and Poland, belongs to the time zone GMT plus 1 hour, also known as Central European Time.

        Asked By: Joseph Edwards Date: created: Aug 17 2022

        What countries have the same time zone as UK

        Answered By: Gavin Robinson Date: created: Aug 17 2022

        Greenwich Mean Time is used as standard time all year round in the following countries and areas:Burkina Faso.The Gambia.Ghana.Guinea.Guinea-Bissau.Iceland.Ivory Coast.Liberia.More items…

        Asked By: Cole Thomas Date: created: Oct 21 2021

        Is Spain 6 hours ahead of us

        Answered By: Christian Foster Date: created: Oct 21 2021

        Spain (incl. Canary Islands) has 2 time zones. The time zone for the capital Madrid is used here. … Spain is 6 hours ahead of New York.

        Asked By: Jacob Rivera Date: created: May 11 2021

        Is Portugal 1 hour ahead of UK

        Answered By: Curtis Barnes Date: created: May 13 2021

        Portugal keeps exactly the same time as the UK (the only country on mainland Europe that does) and changes from summer time to winter time and v.v. at the same time also.

        Asked By: Rodrigo Jones Date: created: Jun 16 2021

        Do Clocks go forward tonight UK

        Answered By: Ethan Patterson Date: created: Jun 16 2021

        Every year in the UK, our clocks go forward on the last Sunday in March. That means the clocks changed on March 28, 2021, going forward by one hour at 1am for British Summer Time (BST).

        Asked By: Raymond Watson Date: created: May 31 2021

        How long does it take to get from Germany to Spain

        Answered By: William Flores Date: created: Jun 01 2021

        1. 8 hoursIf you travel with an airplane (which has average speed of 560 miles) from Germany to Spain, It takes 1.8 hours to arrive.

        Asked By: Alex Hill Date: created: Jan 24 2022

        Is Spain always an hour ahead of UK

        Answered By: Chase Bennett Date: created: Jan 27 2022

        Clocks change at precisely the same time and date, so Spain (excl Canaries) is always 1 hour ahead of the UK.

        Asked By: Reginald Allen Date: created: Sep 27 2021

        Is all of Spain on the same time zone

        Answered By: Clifford Roberts Date: created: Sep 30 2021

        All of continental Spain, including the capital Madrid, observes the same time zone. However, the Canary Islands, off the coast of Morocco, add a 2nd time zone to the country.

        Asked By: Lawrence Simmons Date: created: Aug 30 2022

        Are Spain and Germany in the same time zone

        Answered By: Ronald Foster Date: created: Aug 30 2022

        Since Spain and Germany currently have equivalent time zones, you can call someone during your normal hours and it will be the same time in Germany as it is in Spain. … This will be between 7AM – 11PM their time, since Germany is in the same time zone as Spain.

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(GMT+01:00)Benxi – China (GMT+08:00)Bergen – Norway (GMT+01:00)Berlin – Germany (GMT+01:00)Bern – Switzerland (GMT+01:00)Beziers – France (GMT+01:00)Bhopal – India (GMT+05:30)Bhubaneswar – India (GMT+05:30)Bilbao – Spain (GMT+01:00)Billings, MT – United States (GMT-07:00)Biratchowk – Nepal (GMT+05:45)Birmingham – United Kingdom (GMT)Birmingham, AL – United States (GMT-06:00)Bishkek – Kyrgyzstan (GMT+06:00)Bismarck, ND – United States (GMT-06:00)Bissau – Guinea-Bissau (GMT)Blanes – Spain (GMT+01:00)Blantyre – Malawi (GMT+02:00)Blantyre-Hamilton – United Kingdom (GMT)Bloemfontein – South Africa (GMT+02:00)Bodrum – Turkey (GMT+02:00)Bogota – Colombia (GMT-05:00)Boise, ID – United States (GMT-07:00)Bologna – Italy (GMT+01:00)Bonn – Germany (GMT+01:00)Bordeaux – France (GMT+01:00)Boston, MA – United States (GMT-05:00)Braganca – Portugal (GMT)Brasilia – Brazil (GMT-03:00)Bratislava – Slovakia (GMT+01:00)Brazzaville – Congo (GMT+01:00)Bremen – Germany (GMT+01:00)Brest – France (GMT+01:00)Bridgetown – Barbados (GMT-04:00)Brindisi – Italy (GMT+01:00)Brisbane – Australia (GMT+10:00)Bristol – United Kingdom (GMT)Brno – Czech Republic (GMT+01:00)Brussels – Belgium (GMT+01:00)Bucharest – Romania (GMT+02:00)Budapest – Hungary (GMT+01:00)Buenos Aires – Argentina (GMT-03:00)Buffalo, NY – United States (GMT-05:00)Bujumbura – Burundi (GMT+02:00)Burgos – Spain (GMT+01:00)Buri Ram – Thailand (GMT+07:00)Burnaby, BC – Canada (GMT-08:00)Bursa – Turkey (GMT+02:00)Busan – Korea, South (GMT+09:00)Butterworth – Malaysia (GMT+08:00)Cabo San Lucas – Mexico (GMT-07:00)Cairns – Australia (GMT+10:00)Cairo – Egypt (GMT+02:00)Calabar – Nigeria (GMT+01:00)Calgary, AB – Canada (GMT-07:00)Campinas – Brazil (GMT-03:00)Canberra – Australia (GMT+10:00)Cancun – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Canmore, AB – Canada (GMT-07:00)Cannes – France (GMT+01:00)Cannon Beach, OR – United States (GMT-08:00)Cape Town – South Africa (GMT+02:00)Capitola, CA – United States (GMT-08:00)Caracas – Venezuela (GMT-04:30)Carcassonne – France (GMT+01:00)Cardiff – United Kingdom (GMT)Carson City, NV – United States (GMT-08:00)Cartagena – Spain (GMT+01:00)Casablanca – Morocco (GMT)Castelo Branco – Portugal (GMT)Castlebar – Ireland (GMT)Castries – Saint Lucia (GMT-04:00)Catamarca – Argentina (GMT-03:00)Catania – Italy (GMT+01:00)Catarman – Philippines (GMT+08:00)Cayenne – French Guiana (GMT-03:00)Cebu – Philippines (GMT+08:00)Champaign, IL – United States (GMT-06:00)Chandigarh – India (GMT+05:30)Chandler, AZ – United States (GMT-07:00)Changchun – China (GMT+08:00)Chania – Greece (GMT+02:00)Chantilly, VA – United States (GMT-05:00)Charleston, WV – United States (GMT-05:00)Charlotte, NC – United States (GMT-05:00)Charlotte Amalie – Virgin Islands, U. S. (GMT-04:00)Charlottetown, PE – Canada (GMT-04:00)Chattanooga, TN – United States (GMT-05:00)Chelyabinsk – Russia (GMT+06:00)Chengdu – China (GMT+08:00)Chennai – India (GMT+05:30)Cherepovets – Russia (GMT+04:00)Chernobyl – Ukraine (GMT+02:00)Cheruvathur – India (GMT+05:30)Chiang Mai – Thailand (GMT+07:00)Chicago, IL – United States (GMT-06:00)Chichen Itza – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Chihuahua – Mexico (GMT-07:00)Chimoio – Mozambique (GMT+02:00)Chinandega – Nicaragua (GMT-06:00)Chirala – India (GMT+05:30)Chisinau – Moldova (GMT+02:00)Chita – Russia (GMT+10:00)Chittagong – Bangladesh (GMT+06:00)Chongqing – China (GMT+08:00)Christchurch – New Zealand (GMT+12:00)Cienfuegos – Cuba (GMT-05:00)Cincinnati, OH – United States (GMT-05:00)Ciudad Acuna – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Ciudad Juarez – Mexico (GMT-07:00)Cleveland, OH – United States (GMT-05:00)Cluj – Romania (GMT+02:00)Cockburn Town – Turks and Caicos Islands (GMT-05:00)Coimbatore – India (GMT+05:30)Collioure – France (GMT+01:00)Cologne – Germany (GMT+01:00)Colombo – Sri Lanka (GMT+05:30)Colorado Springs, CO – United States (GMT-07:00)Columbia, SC – United States (GMT-05:00)Columbus, GA – United States (GMT-05:00)Columbus, OH – United States (GMT-05:00)Conakry – Guinea (GMT)Constanta – Romania (GMT+02:00)Coos Bay, OR – United States (GMT-08:00)Copenhagen – Denmark (GMT+01:00)Coquille, OR – United States (GMT-08:00)Cordoba – Argentina (GMT-03:00)Corfu – Greece (GMT+02:00)Cork – Ireland (GMT)Corrientes – Argentina (GMT-03:00)Cotonou – Benin (GMT+01:00)Cox’s Bazar – Bangladesh (GMT+06:00)Craiova – Romania (GMT+02:00)Cranbrook, BC – Canada (GMT-07:00)Cuenca – Ecuador (GMT-05:00)Cuiaba – Brazil (GMT-04:00)Culiacan – Mexico (GMT-07:00)Cupertino, CA – United States (GMT-08:00)Curitiba – Brazil (GMT-03:00)Da Nang – Vietnam (GMT+07:00)Daegu – Korea, South (GMT+09:00)Dakar – Senegal (GMT)Dakhla – Morocco (GMT)Dalian – China (GMT+08:00)Dallas, TX – United States (GMT-06:00)Damascus – Syria (GMT+02:00)Damauli – Nepal (GMT+05:45)Dambulla – Sri Lanka (GMT+05:30)Dampier – Australia (GMT+08:00)Dandong – China (GMT+08:00)Dar es Salaam – Tanzania (GMT+03:00)Darasuram – India (GMT+05:30)Darwin – Australia (GMT+09:30)Dausa – India (GMT+05:30)Davao – Philippines (GMT+08:00)Dayton, OH – United States (GMT-05:00)Del Rio, TX – United States (GMT-06:00)Delhi – India (GMT+05:30)Denpasar – Indonesia (GMT+08:00)Denver, CO – United States (GMT-07:00)Des Moines, IA – United States (GMT-06:00)Detroit, MI – United States (GMT-05:00)Dhahran – Saudi Arabia (GMT+03:00)Dhaka – Bangladesh (GMT+06:00)Dhamar – Yemen (GMT+03:00)Dharan – Nepal (GMT+05:45)Dieppe – France (GMT+01:00)Diffa – Niger (GMT+01:00)Dili – East Timor (GMT+09:00)N’Djamena – Chad (GMT+01:00)Djember – Indonesia (GMT+07:00)Djibouti – Djibouti (GMT+03:00)Dnepropetrovsk – Ukraine (GMT+02:00)Dodoma – Tanzania (GMT+03:00)Doha – Qatar (GMT+03:00)Donauworth – Germany (GMT+01:00)Donetsk – Ukraine (GMT+02:00)Doolin – Ireland (GMT)Douala – Cameroon (GMT+01:00)Dover – United Kingdom (GMT)Dresden – Germany (GMT+01:00)Drogheda – Ireland (GMT)DuPont, WA – United States (GMT-08:00)Dubai – United Arab Emirates (GMT+04:00)Dublin – Ireland (GMT)Dublin, OH – United States (GMT-05:00)Duesseldorf – Germany (GMT+01:00)Dumaguete – Philippines (GMT+08:00)Dundee – United Kingdom (GMT)Dunedin – New Zealand (GMT+12:00)Dunkerque – France (GMT+01:00)Durban – South Africa (GMT+02:00)Durres – Albania (GMT+01:00)Dushanbe – Tajikistan (GMT+05:00)Duvall, WA – United States (GMT-08:00)Dzerzhinsk – Russia (GMT+04:00)East London – South Africa (GMT+02:00)Edinburgh – United Kingdom (GMT)Edmonton, AB – Canada (GMT-07:00)Eindhoven – Netherlands (GMT+01:00)Eirunepe – Brazil (GMT-04:00)Ekaterinburg – Russia (GMT+06:00)El Paso, TX – United States (GMT-07:00)Ende – Indonesia (GMT+08:00)Ensenada – Mexico (GMT-08:00)Esfahan – Iran (GMT+03:30)Essen – Germany (GMT+01:00)Etterbeek – Belgium (GMT+01:00)Eugene, OR – United States (GMT-08:00)Ezcaray – Spain (GMT+01:00)Fairbanks, AK – United States (GMT-09:00)Falmouth – United Kingdom (GMT)Faro – Portugal (GMT)Flic en Flac – Mauritius (GMT+04:00)Florence – Italy (GMT+01:00)Florence, OR – United States (GMT-08:00)Floro – Norway (GMT+01:00)Folcroft, PA – United States (GMT-05:00)Folsom, CA – United States (GMT-08:00)Fontainebleau – France (GMT+01:00)Fort-de-France – Martinique (GMT-04:00)Fort Defiance, AZ – United States (GMT-07:00)Fort Worth, TX – United States (GMT-06:00)Fortaleza – Brazil (GMT-03:00)Foshan – China (GMT+08:00)Foster City, CA – United States (GMT-08:00)Foxton – New Zealand (GMT+12:00)Fragneto Monforte – Italy (GMT+01:00)Frankfurt – Germany (GMT+01:00)Freetown – Sierra Leone (GMT)Fremont, CA – United States (GMT-08:00)Ft. Lauderdale, FL – United States (GMT-05:00)Fujairah – United Arab Emirates (GMT+04:00)Fukui – Japan (GMT+09:00)Fukuoka – Japan (GMT+09:00)Funafuti – Tuvalu (GMT+12:00)Fuzhou – China (GMT+08:00)Gaborone – Botswana (GMT+02:00)Galesburg, IL – United States (GMT-06:00)Galle – Sri Lanka (GMT+05:30)Galway – Ireland (GMT)Gary, IN – United States (GMT-06:00)Gatton – Australia (GMT+10:00)Gavle – Sweden (GMT+01:00)Gaya – India (GMT+05:30)Gdansk – Poland (GMT+01:00)Gelendzhik – Russia (GMT+04:00)Geneva – Switzerland (GMT+01:00)Genoa – Italy (GMT+01:00)Gent – Belgium (GMT+01:00)George Town – Cayman Islands (GMT-05:00)George Town – Malaysia (GMT+08:00)Georgetown – Guyana (GMT-04:00)Ghatgaon – India (GMT+05:30)Ghumli – India (GMT+05:30)Gibraltar – Gibraltar (GMT+01:00)Gig Harbor, WA – United States (GMT-08:00)Girona – Spain (GMT+01:00)Giurgiu – Romania (GMT+02:00)Gladstone – Australia (GMT+10:00)Glasgow – United Kingdom (GMT)Gloucester – United Kingdom (GMT)Golden, BC – Canada (GMT-07:00)Golra Sharif – Pakistan (GMT+05:00)Gosford – Australia (GMT+10:00)Gothenburg – Sweden (GMT+01:00)Grafton – Australia (GMT+10:00)Granada – Nicaragua (GMT-06:00)Grand-Bassam – Cote d’Ivoire (GMT)Grand Rapids, MI – United States (GMT-05:00)Grasse – France (GMT+01:00)Gratkorn – Austria (GMT+01:00)Graz – Austria (GMT+01:00)Great Falls, MT – United States (GMT-07:00)Grenoble – France (GMT+01:00)Guadalajara – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Guangzhou – China (GMT+08:00)Guatemala City – Guatemala (GMT-06:00)Guayaquil – Ecuador (GMT-05:00)Guaymas – Mexico (GMT-07:00)Guelph, ON – Canada (GMT-05:00)Gulbarga – India (GMT+05:30)Gyor – Hungary (GMT+01:00)Gyumri – Armenia (GMT+04:00)Hagatna – Guam (GMT+10:00)Hai Phong – Vietnam (GMT+07:00)Haifa – Israel (GMT+02:00)Halab – Syria (GMT+02:00)Halifax, NS – Canada (GMT-04:00)Halle – Belgium (GMT+01:00)Hama – Syria (GMT+02:00)Hamburg – Germany (GMT+01:00)Hamilton – Bermuda (GMT-04:00)Hamilton, ON – Canada (GMT-05:00)Hammerfest – Norway (GMT+01:00)Hanamkonda – India (GMT+05:30)Hangzhou – China (GMT+08:00)Hanjiang – China (GMT+08:00)Hannover – Germany (GMT+01:00)Hanoi – Vietnam (GMT+07:00)Harare – Zimbabwe (GMT+02:00)Harbin – China (GMT+08:00)Harstad – Norway (GMT+01:00)Hassan – India (GMT+05:30)Hastings – New Zealand (GMT+12:00)Hat Yai – Thailand (GMT+07:00)Havana – Cuba (GMT-05:00)Heerlen – Netherlands (GMT+01:00)Helena, MT – United States (GMT-07:00)Helsingborg – Sweden (GMT+01:00)Helsingor – Denmark (GMT+01:00)Helsinki – Finland (GMT+02:00)Heredia – Costa Rica (GMT-06:00)Hermosillo – Mexico (GMT-07:00)Hikkaduwa – Sri Lanka (GMT+05:30)Hillsboro, OR – United States (GMT-08:00)Hilo, HI – United States (GMT-10:00)Hiroshima – Japan (GMT+09:00)Ho Chi Minh – Vietnam (GMT+07:00)Hobart – Australia (GMT+10:00)Hohhot – China (GMT+08:00)Homagama – Sri Lanka (GMT+05:30)Hong Kong – China (GMT+08:00)Honiara – Solomon Islands (GMT+11:00)Honolulu, HI – United States (GMT-10:00)Hope, BC – Canada (GMT-08:00)Hora Sfakion – Greece (GMT+02:00)Horsens – Denmark (GMT+01:00)Hostalric – Spain (GMT+01:00)Houston, TX – United States (GMT-06:00)Hua Hin – Thailand (GMT+07:00)Hubli – India (GMT+05:30)Hudson, MA – United States (GMT-05:00)Huelva – Spain (GMT+01:00)Huizhou – China (GMT+08:00)Huntingdon, QC – Canada (GMT-05:00)Huntington, WV – United States (GMT-05:00)Hyderabad – India (GMT+05:30)Iasi – Romania (GMT+02:00)Ibadan – Nigeria (GMT+01:00)Ibb – Yemen (GMT+03:00)Igoumenitsa – Greece (GMT+02:00)Iligan – Philippines (GMT+08:00)Indianapolis, IN – United States (GMT-05:00)Inuvik, NT – Canada (GMT-07:00)Iqaluit, NU – Canada (GMT-05:00)Iraklion – Greece (GMT+02:00)Irkutsk – Russia (GMT+09:00)Irvine, CA – United States (GMT-08:00)Islamabad – Pakistan (GMT+05:00)Istanbul – Turkey (GMT+02:00)Itahari – Nepal (GMT+05:45)Ivalo – Finland (GMT+02:00)Ivanovo – Russia (GMT+04:00)Ixtapa – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Izhevsk – Russia (GMT+04:00)Izmir – Turkey (GMT+02:00)Jackson, MS – United States (GMT-06:00)Jacksonville, FL – United States (GMT-05:00)Jacobabad – Pakistan (GMT+05:00)Jaen – Spain (GMT+01:00)Jaipur – India (GMT+05:30)Jakarta – Indonesia (GMT+07:00)Jamestown – Saint Helena (GMT)Jammu – India (GMT+05:30)Jamshedpur – India (GMT+05:30)Jasper, AB – Canada (GMT-07:00)Jeddah – Saudi Arabia (GMT+03:00)Jefferson City, MO – United States (GMT-06:00)Jersey City, NJ – United States (GMT-05:00)Jerusalem – Israel (GMT+02:00)Jeypore – India (GMT+05:30)Jilin – China (GMT+08:00)Jinan – China (GMT+08:00)Jinzhou – China (GMT+08:00)Joao Pessoa – Brazil (GMT-03:00)Johannesburg – South Africa (GMT+02:00)Juba – South Sudan (GMT+03:00)Jujuy – Argentina (GMT-03:00)Kabardinka – Russia (GMT+04:00)Kabul – Afghanistan (GMT+04:30)Kaduna – Nigeria (GMT+01:00)Kagoshima – Japan (GMT+09:00)Kaikoura – New Zealand (GMT+12:00)Kaliningrad – Russia (GMT+03:00)Kalmar – Sweden (GMT+01:00)Kalutara – Sri Lanka (GMT+05:30)Kamloops, BC – Canada (GMT-08:00)Kampala – Uganda (GMT+03:00)Kandahar – Afghanistan (GMT+04:30)Kandy – Sri Lanka (GMT+05:30)Kanpur – India (GMT+05:30)Kansas City, MO – United States (GMT-06:00)Kanyakumari – India (GMT+05:30)Karachi – Pakistan (GMT+05:00)Karlovy Vary – Czech Republic (GMT+01:00)Karlstad – Sweden (GMT+01:00)Kasaragod – India (GMT+05:30)Kasauli – India (GMT+05:30)Kathmandu – Nepal (GMT+05:45)Kaunas – Lithuania (GMT+02:00)Kawasaki – Japan (GMT+09:00)Kazan – Russia (GMT+04:00)Keel – Ireland (GMT)Kelowna, BC – Canada (GMT-08:00)Kemerovo – Russia (GMT+07:00)Kendari – Indonesia (GMT+08:00)Kerikeri – New Zealand (GMT+12:00)Khabarovsk – Russia (GMT+11:00)Kharkov – Ukraine (GMT+02:00)Khartoum – Sudan (GMT+03:00)Kiel – Germany (GMT+01:00)Kiev – Ukraine (GMT+02:00)Kigali – Rwanda (GMT+02:00)Killarney – Ireland (GMT)Kimberley – South Africa (GMT+02:00)Kingston – Jamaica (GMT-05:00)Kingston, Norfolk Island – Australia (GMT+11:30)Kingston, ON – Canada (GMT-05:00)Kingstown – Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (GMT-04:00)Kinshasa – Congo, Democratic Republic of the (GMT+01:00)Kiruna – Sweden (GMT+01:00)Kitchener, ON – Canada (GMT-05:00)Knysna – South Africa (GMT+02:00)Kochi – India (GMT+05:30)Kodaikanal – India (GMT+05:30)Kolhapur – India (GMT+05:30)Kolkata – India (GMT+05:30)Koloa, HI – United States (GMT-10:00)Kolobrzeg – Poland (GMT+01:00)Kolomna – Russia (GMT+04:00)Kolonia – Micronesia, Federated States of (GMT+11:00)Konark – India (GMT+05:30)Kone – New Caledonia (GMT+11:00)Konin – Poland (GMT+01:00)Koror – Palau (GMT+09:00)Kos – Greece (GMT+02:00)Kosciusko, MS – United States (GMT-06:00)Kostroma – Russia (GMT+04:00)Kota Kinabalu – Malaysia (GMT+08:00)Kotka – Finland (GMT+02:00)Kotor – Montenegro (GMT+01:00)Kovrov – Russia (GMT+04:00)Kowloon – China (GMT+08:00)Krakow – Poland (GMT+01:00)Krasnoyarsk – Russia (GMT+08:00)Kristiansand – Norway (GMT+01:00)Kristianstad – Sweden (GMT+01:00)Kronstadt – Russia (GMT+04:00)Kuala Lumpur – Malaysia (GMT+08:00)Kuching – Malaysia (GMT+08:00)Kulusuk – Greenland (GMT-03:00)Kumanovo – Macedonia (GMT+01:00)Kumbakonam – India (GMT+05:30)Kungur – Russia (GMT+06:00)Kunming – China (GMT+08:00)Kupang – Indonesia (GMT+08:00)Kurgan – Russia (GMT+06:00)Kursk – Russia (GMT+04:00)Kurunegala – Sri Lanka (GMT+05:30)Kuwait – Kuwait (GMT+03:00)Kyaikto – Burma (GMT+06:30)Kyoto – Japan (GMT+09:00)La Jolla, CA – United States (GMT-08:00)La Libertad – El Salvador (GMT-06:00)La Paz – Bolivia (GMT-04:00)La Paz – Mexico (GMT-07:00)La Rioja – Argentina (GMT-03:00)La Union – El Salvador (GMT-06:00)Labuan – Malaysia (GMT+08:00)Lafayette, LA – United States (GMT-06:00)Lagos – Nigeria (GMT+01:00)Lahore – Pakistan (GMT+05:00)Lakeland, FL – United States (GMT-05:00)Lansing, MI – United States (GMT-05:00)Lanzhou – China (GMT+08:00)Las Varas – Mexico (GMT-07:00)Las Vegas, NV – United States (GMT-08:00)Latakia – Syria (GMT+02:00)Launceston – Australia (GMT+10:00)Le Havre – France (GMT+01:00)Leeds – United Kingdom (GMT)Leicester – United Kingdom (GMT)Leipzig – Germany (GMT+01:00)Leixlip – Ireland (GMT)Leon – Spain (GMT+01:00)Leon – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Lexington, KY – United States (GMT-05:00)Libreville – Gabon (GMT+01:00)Lille – France (GMT+01:00)Lilongwe – Malawi (GMT+02:00)Lima – Peru (GMT-05:00)Limassol – Cyprus (GMT+02:00)Limerick – Ireland (GMT)Limoux – France (GMT+01:00)Lincoln, NE – United States (GMT-06:00)Linkoping – Sweden (GMT+01:00)Lipetsk – Russia (GMT+04:00)Lisbon – Portugal (GMT)Lismore – Australia (GMT+10:00)Little Rock, AR – United States (GMT-06:00)Liverpool – United Kingdom (GMT)Ljubljana – Slovenia (GMT+01:00)Lome – Togo (GMT)London – United Kingdom (GMT)London, ON – Canada (GMT-05:00)Long Beach, CA – United States (GMT-08:00)Long Branch, NJ – United States (GMT-05:00)Longyearbyen – Svalbard (GMT+01:00)Los Angeles, CA – United States (GMT-08:00)Los Mochis – Mexico (GMT-07:00)Louisville, KY – United States (GMT-05:00)Luancheng – China (GMT+08:00)Luanda – Angola (GMT+01:00)Lubbock, TX – United States (GMT-06:00)Luchegorsk – Russia (GMT+11:00)Lucknow – India (GMT+05:30)Lugano – Switzerland (GMT+01:00)Lugansk – Ukraine (GMT+02:00)Lulea – Sweden (GMT+01:00)Lumbini – Nepal (GMT+05:45)Lund – Sweden (GMT+01:00)Lusaka – Zambia (GMT+02:00)Luxembourg – Luxembourg (GMT+01:00)Luxor – Egypt (GMT+02:00)Lviv – Ukraine (GMT+02:00)Lyon – France (GMT+01:00)Macapa – Brazil (GMT-03:00)Macau – China (GMT+08:00)Mackay – Australia (GMT+10:00)Madikeri – India (GMT+05:30)Madison, WI – United States (GMT-06:00)Madrid – Spain (GMT+01:00)Madurai – India (GMT+05:30)Magadan – Russia (GMT+12:00)Magdeburg – Germany (GMT+01:00)Magnolia, TX – United States (GMT-06:00)Mahabalipuram – India (GMT+05:30)Mainz – Germany (GMT+01:00)Majuro – Marshall Islands (GMT+12:00)Makassar – Indonesia (GMT+08:00)Malabo – Equatorial Guinea (GMT+01:00)Malaga – Spain (GMT+01:00)Male – Maldives (GMT+05:00)Malmo – Sweden (GMT+01:00)Mamoudzou – Mayotte (GMT+03:00)Managua – Nicaragua (GMT-06:00)Manama – Bahrain (GMT+03:00)Manaus – Brazil (GMT-04:00)Manchester – United Kingdom (GMT)Mandalay – Burma (GMT+06:30)Mandarmoni – India (GMT+05:30)Mandurah – Australia (GMT+08:00)Mangalia – Romania (GMT+02:00)Mangalore – India (GMT+05:30)Manila – Philippines (GMT+08:00)Manisa – Turkey (GMT+02:00)Mannheim – Germany (GMT+01:00)Manzanillo – Cuba (GMT-05:00)Manzanillo – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Maputo – Mozambique (GMT+02:00)Maram Bazar – India (GMT+05:30)Marawi – Philippines (GMT+08:00)Marmaris – Turkey (GMT+02:00)Marrakech – Morocco (GMT)Marseille – France (GMT+01:00)Masafi – United Arab Emirates (GMT+04:00)Maseru – Lesotho (GMT+02:00)Masohi – Indonesia (GMT+09:00)Mata-Utu – Wallis and Futuna (GMT+12:00)Matale – Sri Lanka (GMT+05:30)Matamoros – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Mataram – Indonesia (GMT+08:00)Mathura – India (GMT+05:30)Mazari Sharif – Afghanistan (GMT+04:30)Mazatlan – Mexico (GMT-07:00)Mbabane – Swaziland (GMT+02:00)Mbour – Senegal (GMT)Mdina – Malta (GMT+01:00)Mecca – Saudi Arabia (GMT+03:00)Medan – Indonesia (GMT+07:00)Medellin – Colombia (GMT-05:00)Medina – Saudi Arabia (GMT+03:00)Melaque – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Melbourne – Australia (GMT+10:00)Melbourne, FL – United States (GMT-05:00)Memphis, TN – United States (GMT-06:00)Mendoza – Argentina (GMT-03:00)Menlo Park, CA – United States (GMT-08:00)Merida – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Mexicali – Mexico (GMT-08:00)Mexico City – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Miami, FL – United States (GMT-05:00)Milan – Italy (GMT+01:00)Mill Valley, CA – United States (GMT-08:00)Milwaukee, WI – United States (GMT-06:00)Minneapolis, MN – United States (GMT-06:00)Minsk – Belarus (GMT+03:00)Miramar, FL – United States (GMT-05:00)Mission, BC – Canada (GMT-08:00)Mississauga, ON – Canada (GMT-05:00)Mo – Norway (GMT+01:00)Mobile, AL – United States (GMT-06:00)Mogadishu – Somalia (GMT+03:00)Molalla, OR – United States (GMT-08:00)Monaco – Monaco (GMT+01:00)Moncton, NB – Canada (GMT-04:00)Monrovia – Liberia (GMT)Monte Carlo – Monaco (GMT+01:00)Monterey, CA – United States (GMT-08:00)Monterrey – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Montevideo – Uruguay (GMT-03:00)Montgomery, AL – United States (GMT-06:00)Montgomery, TX – United States (GMT-06:00)Montpelier, VT – United States (GMT-05:00)Montpellier – France (GMT+01:00)Montpeyroux – France (GMT+01:00)Montreal, QC – Canada (GMT-05:00)Moroni – Comoros (GMT+03:00)Moscow – Russia (GMT+04:00)Motul – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Mount Hagen – Papua New Guinea (GMT+10:00)Mount Shasta City, CA – United States (GMT-08:00)Mountain View, CA – United States (GMT-08:00)Mudumalai – India (GMT+05:30)Mukachevo – Ukraine (GMT+02:00)Multan – Pakistan (GMT+05:00)Mumbai – India (GMT+05:30)Munich – Germany (GMT+01:00)Munnar – India (GMT+05:30)Murmansk – Russia (GMT+04:00)Murom – Russia (GMT+04:00)Murree – Pakistan (GMT+05:00)Muscat – Oman (GMT+04:00)Myrtle Beach, SC – United States (GMT-05:00)Mysore – India (GMT+05:30)Nadiad – India (GMT+05:30)Nagasaki – Japan (GMT+09:00)Nagoya – Japan (GMT+09:00)Nagpur – India (GMT+05:30)Naha – Japan (GMT+09:00)Nairobi – Kenya (GMT+03:00)Nakhodka – Russia (GMT+11:00)Nanaimo, BC – Canada (GMT-08:00)Nanjing – China (GMT+08:00)Nantes – France (GMT+01:00)Napier – New Zealand (GMT+12:00)Naples – Italy (GMT+01:00)Narvik – Norway (GMT+01:00)Nashville, TN – United States (GMT-06:00)Nassau – Bahamas (GMT-05:00)Navasota, TX – United States (GMT-06:00)Navi Mumbai – India (GMT+05:30)Negombo – Sri Lanka (GMT+05:30)Neuquen – Argentina (GMT-03:00)New Delhi – India (GMT+05:30)New Orleans, LA – United States (GMT-06:00)New Ross – Ireland (GMT)New Westminster, BC – Canada (GMT-08:00)New York, NY – United States (GMT-05:00)Newark, NJ – United States (GMT-05:00)Newcastle – Australia (GMT+10:00)Newcastle upon Tyne – United Kingdom (GMT)Newport – United Kingdom (GMT)Niagara Falls, ON – Canada (GMT-05:00)Niamey – Niger (GMT+01:00)Nice – France (GMT+01:00)Nicosia – Cyprus (GMT+02:00)Niigata – Japan (GMT+09:00)Nikolaev – Ukraine (GMT+02:00)Nimes – France (GMT+01:00)Ningbo – China (GMT+08:00)Nizhniy Novgorod – Russia (GMT+04:00)Nogales – Mexico (GMT-07:00)Nome, AK – United States (GMT-09:00)Norfolk, VA – United States (GMT-05:00)North Bay, ON – Canada (GMT-05:00)North Bend, OR – United States (GMT-08:00)North Ryde – Australia (GMT+10:00)Norwich – United Kingdom (GMT)Nouakchott – Mauritania (GMT)Noumea – New Caledonia (GMT+11:00)Novgorod – Russia (GMT+04:00)Novorossiysk – Russia (GMT+04:00)Novosibirsk – Russia (GMT+07:00)Nuevo Laredo – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Nuku’alofa – Tonga (GMT+13:00)Nurnberg – Germany (GMT+01:00)Nuuk – Greenland (GMT-03:00)Odense – Denmark (GMT+01:00)Odessa – Ukraine (GMT+02:00)Ohrid – Macedonia (GMT+01:00)Ojinaga – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Okara – Pakistan (GMT+05:00)Okha – Russia (GMT+11:00)Okhotsk – Russia (GMT+11:00)Okinawa – Japan (GMT+09:00)Oklahoma City, OK – United States (GMT-06:00)Olanchito – Honduras (GMT-06:00)Olinda – Brazil (GMT-03:00)Olympia, WA – United States (GMT-08:00)Omaha, NE – United States (GMT-06:00)Omsk – Russia (GMT+07:00)Onitsha – Nigeria (GMT+01:00)Ootacamund – India (GMT+05:30)Oradea – Romania (GMT+02:00)Orange – Australia (GMT+10:00)Oranjestad – Aruba (GMT-04:00)Orlando, FL – United States (GMT-05:00)Osaka – Japan (GMT+09:00)Oshawa, ON – Canada (GMT-05:00)Oslo – Norway (GMT+01:00)Ostrov – Russia (GMT+04:00)Ottawa, ON – Canada (GMT-05:00)Ouagadougou – Burkina Faso (GMT)Oulu – Finland (GMT+02:00)Oviedo – Spain (GMT+01:00)Padang – Indonesia (GMT+07:00)Palembang – Indonesia (GMT+07:00)Palikir – Micronesia, Federated States of (GMT+11:00)Palma – Spain (GMT+01:00)Palmas – Brazil (GMT-03:00)Palo Alto, CA – United States (GMT-08:00)Panaji – India (GMT+05:30)Panama City – Panama (GMT-05:00)Papeete – French Polynesia (GMT-10:00)Paramaribo – Suriname (GMT-03:00)Paraparaumu – New Zealand (GMT+12:00)Paris – France (GMT+01:00)Parsippany, NJ – United States (GMT-05:00)Patna – India (GMT+05:30)Patras – Greece (GMT+02:00)Pearl, MS – United States (GMT-06:00)Pedro Juan Caballero – Paraguay (GMT-04:00)Pensacola, FL – United States (GMT-06:00)Penza – Russia (GMT+04:00)Perm – Russia (GMT+06:00)Perth – Australia (GMT+08:00)Peshawar – Pakistan (GMT+05:00)Peterhof – Russia (GMT+04:00)Petropavlovsk – Russia (GMT+12:00)Petropolis – Brazil (GMT-03:00)Philadelphia, PA – United States (GMT-05:00)Philipsburg – Sint Maarten (GMT-04:00)Phnom Penh – Cambodia (GMT+07:00)Phoenix, AZ – United States (GMT-07:00)Phuket – Thailand (GMT+07:00)Pickering, ON – Canada (GMT-05:00)Piedras Negras – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Pierre, SD – United States (GMT-06:00)Piestany – Slovakia (GMT+01:00)Pirot – Serbia (GMT+01:00)Pisa – Italy (GMT+01:00)Pittsburgh, PA – United States (GMT-05:00)Piura – Peru (GMT-05:00)Playa del Carmen – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Plymouth – United Kingdom (GMT)Podgorica – Montenegro (GMT+01:00)Point Pleasant Beach, NJ – United States (GMT-05:00)Polonnaruwa – Sri Lanka (GMT+05:30)Pomalaa – Indonesia (GMT+08:00)Ponta Delgada – Portugal (GMT-01:00)Poole – United Kingdom (GMT)Porbandar – India (GMT+05:30)Porirua – New Zealand (GMT+12:00)Port Angeles, WA – United States (GMT-08:00)Port Arthur – Australia (GMT+10:00)Port-au-Prince – Haiti (GMT-05:00)Port Elizabeth – South Africa (GMT+02:00)Port Harcourt – Nigeria (GMT+01:00)Port Hedland – Australia (GMT+08:00)Port Louis – Mauritius (GMT+04:00)Port Moresby – Papua New Guinea (GMT+10:00)Port of Spain – Trinidad and Tobago (GMT-04:00)Port Orange, FL – United States (GMT-05:00)Port Vila – Vanuatu (GMT+11:00)Portland, OR – United States (GMT-08:00)Porto – Portugal (GMT)Porto Alegre – Brazil (GMT-03:00)Porto Novo – Benin (GMT+01:00)Portsmouth – United Kingdom (GMT)Posadas – Argentina (GMT-03:00)Prague – Czech Republic (GMT+01:00)Praia – Cape Verde (GMT-01:00)Prievidza – Slovakia (GMT+01:00)Prince George, BC – Canada (GMT-08:00)Princeton, NJ – United States (GMT-05:00)Pristina – Kosovo (GMT+01:00)Progreso – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Pskov – Russia (GMT+04:00)Puebla – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Puerto Ayora – Ecuador (GMT-06:00)Puerto Baquerizo Moreno – Ecuador (GMT-06:00)Puerto Penasco – Mexico (GMT-07:00)Puerto Plata – Dominican Republic (GMT-04:00)Puerto Vallarta – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Pune – India (GMT+05:30)Puri – India (GMT+05:30)Puttgarden – Germany (GMT+01:00)Pyongyang – Korea, North (GMT+09:00)Qatif – Saudi Arabia (GMT+03:00)Qingdao – China (GMT+08:00)Quartzsite, AZ – United States (GMT-07:00)Quebec City, QC – Canada (GMT-05:00)Quetta – Pakistan (GMT+05:00)Quezaltenango – Guatemala (GMT-06:00)Quito – Ecuador (GMT-05:00)Rabat – Morocco (GMT)Rahim Yar Khan – Pakistan (GMT+05:00)Rajahmundry – India (GMT+05:30)Raleigh, NC – United States (GMT-05:00)Ramstein – Germany (GMT+01:00)Ranchi – India (GMT+05:30)Rangoon – Burma (GMT+06:30)Ras Al Khaimah – United Arab Emirates (GMT+04:00)Rawson – Argentina (GMT-03:00)Reading – United Kingdom (GMT)Recife – Brazil (GMT-03:00)Red Deer, AB – Canada (GMT-07:00)Redmond, WA – United States (GMT-08:00)Regina, SK – Canada (GMT-06:00)Reims – France (GMT+01:00)Rennes – France (GMT+01:00)Reno, NV – United States (GMT-08:00)Revelstoke, BC – Canada (GMT-08:00)Reykjavik – Iceland (GMT)Reynosa – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Rhodes – Greece (GMT+02:00)Richmond, IN – United States (GMT-05:00)Richmond, VA – United States (GMT-05:00)Riga – Latvia (GMT+02:00)Rio Branco – Brazil (GMT-04:00)Rio Cuarto – Argentina (GMT-03:00)Rio de Janeiro – Brazil (GMT-03:00)Rio Gallegos – Argentina (GMT-03:00)Rio Rancho, NM – United States (GMT-07:00)Rivera – Uruguay (GMT-03:00)Riverton, UT – United States (GMT-07:00)Riyadh – Saudi Arabia (GMT+03:00)Road Town – Virgin Islands, British (GMT-04:00)Rodby – Denmark (GMT+01:00)Rome – Italy (GMT+01:00)Rosario – Argentina (GMT-03:00)Roseau – Dominica (GMT-04:00)Rostock – Germany (GMT+01:00)Rostov na Donu – Russia (GMT+04:00)Rotterdam – Netherlands (GMT+01:00)Rovaniemi – Finland (GMT+02:00)Russell Springs, KY – United States (GMT-06:00)Ryazan – Russia (GMT+04:00)Rybinsk – Russia (GMT+04:00)Sacramento, CA – United States (GMT-08:00)Saint-Denis – Reunion (GMT+04:00)Saint George’s – Grenada (GMT-04:00)Saint John, NB – Canada (GMT-04:00)Saint-Pierre – Saint Pierre and Miquelon (GMT-03:00)Saipan – Northern Mariana Islands (GMT+10:00)Salem, OR – United States (GMT-08:00)Salt Lake City, UT – United States (GMT-07:00)Salta – Argentina (GMT-03:00)Salto – Uruguay (GMT-03:00)Salvador – Brazil (GMT-03:00)Salzburg – Austria (GMT+01:00)Samara – Russia (GMT+04:00)Samsun – Turkey (GMT+02:00)San Antonio, TX – United States (GMT-06:00)San Bruno, CA – United States (GMT-08:00)San Carlos – Mexico (GMT-07:00)San Diego, CA – United States (GMT-08:00)San Francisco, CA – United States (GMT-08:00)San Isidro – Costa Rica (GMT-06:00)San Jose – Costa Rica (GMT-06:00)San Jose, CA – United States (GMT-08:00)San Juan – Puerto Rico (GMT-04:00)San Juan – Argentina (GMT-03:00)San Lorenzo – Argentina (GMT-03:00)San Luis – Argentina (GMT-03:00)San Luis Obispo, CA – United States (GMT-08:00)San Marino – San Marino (GMT+01:00)San Mateo, CA – United States (GMT-08:00)San Pedro Sula – Honduras (GMT-06:00)San Salvador – El Salvador (GMT-06:00)San Sebastian – Spain (GMT+01:00)San Sebastian del Oeste – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Sanaa – Yemen (GMT+03:00)Santa Ana – El Salvador (GMT-06:00)Santa Clara – Cuba (GMT-05:00)Santa Clara, CA – United States (GMT-08:00)Santa Cruz – Philippines (GMT+08:00)Santa Cruz de Tenerife – Spain (GMT)Santa Fe – Argentina (GMT-03:00)Santa Fe, NM – United States (GMT-07:00)Santa Rosa – Honduras (GMT-06:00)Santa Rosa – Argentina (GMT-03:00)Santarem – Brazil (GMT-03:00)Santiago – Chile (GMT-04:00)Santiago – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Santiago de Cuba – Cuba (GMT-05:00)Santiago de los Caballeros – Dominican Republic (GMT-04:00)Santo Domingo – Dominican Republic (GMT-04:00)Sanxiang – China (GMT+08:00)Sao Jose do Rio Preto – Brazil (GMT-03:00)Sao Paulo – Brazil (GMT-03:00)Sao Tome – Sao Tome and Principe (GMT)Sapporo – Japan (GMT+09:00)Sarajevo – Bosnia and Herzegovina (GMT+01:00)Saransk – Russia (GMT+04:00)Saskatoon, SK – Canada (GMT-06:00)Saxonburg, PA – United States (GMT-05:00)Schaffhausen – Switzerland (GMT+01:00)Schluechtern – Germany (GMT+01:00)Seattle, WA – United States (GMT-08:00)Secunderabad – India (GMT+05:30)Semarang – Indonesia (GMT+07:00)Sendai – Japan (GMT+09:00)Seoul – Korea, South (GMT+09:00)Sergiev Posad – Russia (GMT+04:00)Sete – France (GMT+01:00)Sevastopol – Ukraine (GMT+02:00)Severodonetsk – Ukraine (GMT+02:00)Sevilla – Spain (GMT+01:00)Shanghai – China (GMT+08:00)Shannon – Ireland (GMT)Sharjah – United Arab Emirates (GMT+04:00)Sharm El Sheikh – Egypt (GMT+02:00)Sheffield – United Kingdom (GMT)Shekou – China (GMT+08:00)Shenyang – China (GMT+08:00)Shenzhen – China (GMT+08:00)Shijiazhuang – China (GMT+08:00)Shikarpur – Pakistan (GMT+05:00)Shimla – India (GMT+05:30)Shiraz – Iran (GMT+03:30)Sialkot – Pakistan (GMT+05:00)Sibiu – Romania (GMT+02:00)Siem Reap – Cambodia (GMT+07:00)Sigiriya – Sri Lanka (GMT+05:30)Silang – Philippines (GMT+08:00)Simatai – China (GMT+08:00)Simferopol – Ukraine (GMT+02:00)Sines – Portugal (GMT)Singapore – Singapore (GMT+08:00)Sittard – Netherlands (GMT+01:00)Sivakasi – India (GMT+05:30)Skopje – Macedonia (GMT+01:00)Sligo – Ireland (GMT)Sliven – Bulgaria (GMT+02:00)Sneek – Netherlands (GMT+01:00)Sochi – Russia (GMT+04:00)Sofia – Bulgaria (GMT+02:00)Solovki – Russia (GMT+04:00)Songkhla – Thailand (GMT+07:00)South Jordan, UT – United States (GMT-07:00)South Tarawa – Kiribati (GMT+12:00)Spijkenisse – Netherlands (GMT+01:00)Spokane, WA – United States (GMT-08:00)St. Catharines, ON – Canada (GMT-05:00)St. John’s – Antigua and Barbuda (GMT-04:00)St. John’s, NL – Canada (GMT-03:30)St. Louis, MO – United States (GMT-06:00)St. Paul, MN – United States (GMT-06:00)St. Pauli, Hamburg – Germany (GMT+01:00)St. Petersburg – Russia (GMT+04:00)Stamford, CT – United States (GMT-05:00)Stanley – Falkland Islands (GMT-03:00)Stavanger – Norway (GMT+01:00)Stavropol – Russia (GMT+04:00)Steinkjer – Norway (GMT+01:00)Stenungsund – Sweden (GMT+01:00)Stockholm – Sweden (GMT+01:00)Strasbourg – France (GMT+01:00)Stuttgart – Germany (GMT+01:00)Suifenhe – China (GMT+08:00)Sulaimaniya – Iraq (GMT+03:00)Sullana – Peru (GMT-05:00)Sundsvall – Sweden (GMT+01:00)Sunnyvale, CA – United States (GMT-08:00)Surabaya – Indonesia (GMT+07:00)Surat – India (GMT+05:30)Surprise, AZ – United States (GMT-07:00)Suva – Fiji (GMT+12:00)Suzdal – Russia (GMT+04:00)Suzhou – China (GMT+08:00)Swansea – United Kingdom (GMT)Swindon – United Kingdom (GMT)Sydney – Australia (GMT+10:00)Sydney, NS – Canada (GMT-04:00)Sylhet – Bangladesh (GMT+06:00)Syracuse, NY – United States (GMT-05:00)Szombathely – Hungary (GMT+01:00)Tacoma, WA – United States (GMT-08:00)Tacuarembo – Uruguay (GMT-03:00)Taganrog – Russia (GMT+04:00)Taguig – Philippines (GMT+08:00)Taian – China (GMT+08:00)Taichung – Taiwan (GMT+08:00)Taif – Saudi Arabia (GMT+03:00)Taiohae – French Polynesia (GMT-09:30)Taipei – Taiwan (GMT+08:00)Taiyuan – China (GMT+08:00)Taiz – Yemen (GMT+03:00)Takab – Iran (GMT+03:30)Takrouna – Tunisia (GMT+01:00)Tallinn – Estonia (GMT+02:00)Tampa, FL – United States (GMT-05:00)Tamuning – Guam (GMT+10:00)Tangail – Bangladesh (GMT+06:00)Tanggu – China (GMT+08:00)Tangshan – China (GMT+08:00)Tanjay City – Philippines (GMT+08:00)Tashkent – Uzbekistan (GMT+05:00)Tbilisi – Georgia (GMT+04:00)Tegucigalpa – Honduras (GMT-06:00)Tehran – Iran (GMT+03:30)Tel Aviv – Israel (GMT+02:00)Telluride, CO – United States (GMT-07:00)Tepic – Mexico (GMT-07:00)Thaton – Burma (GMT+06:30)The Hague – Netherlands (GMT+01:00)Thessaloniki – Greece (GMT+02:00)Thies – Senegal (GMT)Thimphu – Bhutan (GMT+06:00)Thiruvananthapuram – India (GMT+05:30)Tianjin – China (GMT+08:00)Tijuana – Mexico (GMT-08:00)Timisoara – Romania (GMT+02:00)Tirana – Albania (GMT+01:00)Tiraspol – Moldova (GMT+02:00)Tiruchirapalli – India (GMT+05:30)Tizimin – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Toalmas – Hungary (GMT+01:00)Tokyo – Japan (GMT+09:00)Toledo, OH – United States (GMT-05:00)Toluca de Lerdo – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Tomsk – Russia (GMT+07:00)Toowoomba – Australia (GMT+10:00)Toronto, ON – Canada (GMT-05:00)Torshavn – Faroe Islands (GMT)Toulon – France (GMT+01:00)Toulouse – France (GMT+01:00)Tours – France (GMT+01:00)Townsville – Australia (GMT+10:00)Trelleborg – Sweden (GMT+01:00)Trier – Germany (GMT+01:00)Trieste – Italy (GMT+01:00)Tripoli – Libya (GMT+01:00)Tromso – Norway (GMT+01:00)Trondheim – Norway (GMT+01:00)Trujillo – Peru (GMT-05:00)Tshwane – South Africa (GMT+02:00)Tuapse – Russia (GMT+04:00)Tucson, AZ – United States (GMT-07:00)Tucuman – Argentina (GMT-03:00)Tula – Russia (GMT+04:00)Tulcea – Romania (GMT+02:00)Tulsa, OK – United States (GMT-06:00)Tunis – Tunisia (GMT+01:00)Turin – Italy (GMT+01:00)Turku – Finland (GMT+02:00)Tuticorin – India (GMT+05:30)Tuzla – Bosnia and Herzegovina (GMT+01:00)Tver’ – Russia (GMT+04:00)Ubon Ratchathani – Thailand (GMT+07:00)Ubud – Indonesia (GMT+08:00)Udon Thani – Thailand (GMT+07:00)Ufa – Russia (GMT+06:00)Ulaanbaatar – Mongolia (GMT+08:00)Ulan-Ude – Russia (GMT+09:00)Upper Hutt – New Zealand (GMT+12:00)Uppsala – Sweden (GMT+01:00)Urumqi – China (GMT+08:00)Ushuaia – Argentina (GMT-03:00)Utrecht – Netherlands (GMT+01:00)Uzhhorod – Ukraine (GMT+02:00)Vaasa – Finland (GMT+02:00)Vadodara – India (GMT+05:30)Vaduz – Liechtenstein (GMT+01:00)Valaam – Russia (GMT+04:00)Valdivia – Chile (GMT-04:00)Valencia – Spain (GMT+01:00)Valladolid – Spain (GMT+01:00)Vallauris – France (GMT+01:00)Valletta – Malta (GMT+01:00)Vancouver, BC – Canada (GMT-08:00)Vardo – Norway (GMT+01:00)Varna – Bulgaria (GMT+02:00)Vatican City – Holy See (Vatican City) (GMT+01:00)Velikiye Luki – Russia (GMT+04:00)Venice – Italy (GMT+01:00)Veracruz – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Verona – Italy (GMT+01:00)Vevey – Switzerland (GMT+01:00)Viana do Castello – Portugal (GMT)Victoria – Seychelles (GMT+04:00)Victoria – Malta (GMT+01:00)Victoria, BC – Canada (GMT-08:00)Vidin – Bulgaria (GMT+02:00)Viedma – Argentina (GMT-03:00)Vienna – Austria (GMT+01:00)Vienna, VA – United States (GMT-05:00)Vientiane – Laos (GMT+07:00)Vila Real – Portugal (GMT)Vilnius – Lithuania (GMT+02:00)Visby – Sweden (GMT+01:00)Vishakhapatnam – India (GMT+05:30)Vitoria – Spain (GMT+01:00)Vizianagaram – India (GMT+05:30)Vladimir – Russia (GMT+04:00)Vladivostok – Russia (GMT+11:00)Volgograd – Russia (GMT+04:00)Vologda – Russia (GMT+04:00)Volokolamsk – Russia (GMT+04:00)Voronezh – Russia (GMT+04:00)Votkinsk – Russia (GMT+04:00)Waikanae – New Zealand (GMT+12:00)Wailua, HI – United States (GMT-10:00)Waimea, HI – United States (GMT-10:00)Waingapu – Indonesia (GMT+08:00)Wakkana – Japan (GMT+09:00)Warrnambool – Australia (GMT+10:00)Warsaw – Poland (GMT+01:00)Washington, DC – United States (GMT-05:00)Waterford – Ireland (GMT)Waterloo, ON – Canada (GMT-05:00)Wellington – New Zealand (GMT+12:00)West Wendover, NV – United States (GMT-07:00)Westford, MA – United States (GMT-05:00)Whistler, BC – Canada (GMT-08:00)White Rock, BC – Canada (GMT-08:00)Whitehorse, YT – Canada (GMT-08:00)Wichita, KS – United States (GMT-06:00)Willemstad – Curacao (GMT-04:00)Windhoek – Namibia (GMT+01:00)Window Rock, AZ – United States (GMT-07:00)Windsor, ON – Canada (GMT-05:00)Winnipeg, MB – Canada (GMT-06:00)Winston-Salem, NC – United States (GMT-05:00)Wodonga – Australia (GMT+10:00)Wollongong – Australia (GMT+10:00)Wuhan – China (GMT+08:00)Xiamen – China (GMT+08:00)Xian – China (GMT+08:00)Yakutsk – Russia (GMT+10:00)Yalta – Ukraine (GMT+02:00)Yamoussoukro – Cote d’Ivoire (GMT)Yantai – China (GMT+08:00)Yaounde – Cameroon (GMT+01:00)Yaroslavl – Russia (GMT+04:00)Yasok – Nepal (GMT+05:45)Yawnghwe – Burma (GMT+06:30)Yazd – Iran (GMT+03:30)Yellowknife, NT – Canada (GMT-07:00)Yerevan – Armenia (GMT+04:00)Yevpatoriya – Ukraine (GMT+02:00)Yigo – Guam (GMT+10:00)Yokohama – Japan (GMT+09:00)Yokosuka – Japan (GMT+09:00)Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk – Russia (GMT+11:00)Zaandam – Netherlands (GMT+01:00)Zagreb – Croatia (GMT+01:00)Zakynthos – Greece (GMT+02:00)Zaporozhye – Ukraine (GMT+02:00)Zaragoza – Spain (GMT+01:00)Zaysan – Kazakhstan (GMT+06:00)Zhengzhou – China (GMT+08:00)Zhongshan – China (GMT+08:00)Zihuatanejo – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Zupanja – Croatia (GMT+01:00)Zurich – Switzerland (GMT+01:00) Aalborg – Denmark (GMT+01:00)Abbotsford, BC – Canada (GMT-08:00)Aberdeen – United Kingdom (GMT)Abidjan – Cote d’Ivoire (GMT)Abu Dhabi – United Arab Emirates (GMT+04:00)Abuja – Nigeria (GMT+01:00)Acapulco – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Accra – Ghana (GMT)Adak, AK – United States (GMT-10:00)Addis Ababa – Ethiopia (GMT+03:00)Adelaide – Australia (GMT+09:30)Aden – Yemen (GMT+03:00)Agra – India (GMT+05:30)Ahmedabad – India (GMT+05:30)Akita – Japan (GMT+09:00)Aklavik, NT – Canada (GMT-07:00)Akron, OH – United States (GMT-05:00)Akumal – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Al Ahsa – Saudi Arabia (GMT+03:00)Al Ain – United Arab Emirates (GMT+04:00)Al Bayda’ – Yemen (GMT+03:00)Al Hudaydah – Yemen (GMT+03:00)Al Jahra – Kuwait (GMT+03:00)Alacati – Turkey (GMT+02:00)Alajuela – Costa Rica (GMT-06:00)Albany, NY – United States (GMT-05:00)Albena – Bulgaria (GMT+02:00)Albuquerque, NM – United States (GMT-07:00)Albury – Australia (GMT+10:00)Alert, NU – Canada (GMT-05:00)Alexandria – Egypt (GMT+02:00)Algiers – Algeria (GMT+01:00)Alicante – Spain (GMT+01:00)Alice Springs – Australia (GMT+09:30)Almaty – Kazakhstan (GMT+06:00)Almeria – Spain (GMT+01:00)Alofi – Niue (GMT-11:00)Alupka – Ukraine (GMT+02:00)Ambato – Ecuador (GMT-05:00)Ambon – Indonesia (GMT+09:00)Amersfoort – Netherlands (GMT+01:00)Amherst, NS – Canada (GMT-04:00)Amiens – France (GMT+01:00)Amman – Jordan (GMT+03:00)Amritsar – India (GMT+05:30)Amsterdam – Netherlands (GMT+01:00)Anadyr – Russia (GMT+12:00)Anapa – Russia (GMT+04:00)Anchorage, AK – United States (GMT-09:00)Ancona – Italy (GMT+01:00)Andorra la Vella – Andorra (GMT+01:00)Ankara – Turkey (GMT+02:00)Annapolis, MD – United States (GMT-05:00)Anshan – China (GMT+08:00)Antananarivo – Madagascar (GMT+03:00)Antigua – Guatemala (GMT-06:00)Antwerp – Belgium (GMT+01:00)Apia – Samoa (GMT-13:00)Aqaba – Jordan (GMT+03:00)Arad – Romania (GMT+02:00)Arequipa – Peru (GMT-05:00)Arica – Chile (GMT-04:00)Arkhangelsk – Russia (GMT+04:00)Arklow – Ireland (GMT0)Armstrong, BC – Canada (GMT-08:00)Arraial do Cabo – Brazil (GMT-03:00)Arzamas – Russia (GMT+04:00)Ashkelon – Israel (GMT+02:00)Ashkhabad – Turkmenistan (GMT+05:00)Ashland, OR – United States (GMT-08:00)Asmara – Eritrea (GMT+03:00)Astana – Kazakhstan (GMT+06:00)Asuncion – Paraguay (GMT-04:00)Athens – Greece (GMT+02:00)Atlanta, GA – United States (GMT-05:00)Auckland – New Zealand (GMT+12:00)Augusta, ME – United States (GMT-05:00)Aurangabad – India (GMT+05:30)Austin, TX – United States (GMT-06:00)Avarua – Cook Islands (GMT-10:00)Aveiro – Portugal (GMT0)Aylesbury – United Kingdom (GMT)Az Zarqa – Jordan (GMT+03:00)Bacau – Romania (GMT+02:00)Bacolod – Philippines (GMT+08:00)Badajoz – Spain (GMT+01:00)Baden-Baden – Germany (GMT+01:00)Baghdad – Iraq (GMT+03:00)Bahawalpur – Pakistan (GMT+05:00)Bahia Blanca – Argentina (GMT-03:00)Bahia Kino – Mexico (GMT-07:00)Baku – Azerbaijan (GMT+04:00)Balabag – Philippines (GMT+08:00)Balanga – Philippines (GMT+08:00)Balikpapan – Indonesia (GMT+08:00)Balti – Moldova (GMT+02:00)Baltimore, MD – United States (GMT-05:00)Bamako – Mali (GMT)Bandar Seri Begawan – Brunei (GMT+08:00)Bandarban – Bangladesh (GMT+06:00)Bandung – Indonesia (GMT+07:00)Banff, AB – Canada (GMT-07:00)Bangalore – India (GMT+05:30)Bangkok – Thailand (GMT+07:00)Bangui – Central African Republic (GMT+01:00)Banja Luka – Bosnia and Herzegovina (GMT+01:00)Banjul – Gambia (GMT)Baotou – China (GMT+08:00)Barcelona – Spain (GMT+01:00)Barcelona – Venezuela (GMT-04:30)Bareilly – India (GMT+05:30)Bari – Italy (GMT+01:00)Barrie, ON – Canada (GMT-05:00)Basse-Terre – Guadeloupe (GMT-04:00)Basseterre – Saint Kitts and Nevis (GMT-04:00)Baton Rouge, LA – United States (GMT-06:00)Beijing – China (GMT+08:00)Beirut – Lebanon (GMT+02:00)Beja – Portugal (GMT)Belfast – United Kingdom (GMT)Belgorod – Russia (GMT+04:00)Belgrade – Serbia (GMT+01:00)Belize City – Belize (GMT-06:00)Bellevue, WA – United States (GMT-08:00)Belmopan – Belize (GMT-06:00)Belo Horizonte – Brazil (GMT-03:00)Belogradchik – Bulgaria (GMT+02:00)Benevento – Italy (GMT+01:00)Benxi – China (GMT+08:00)Bergen – Norway (GMT+01:00)Berlin – Germany (GMT+01:00)Bern – Switzerland (GMT+01:00)Beziers – France (GMT+01:00)Bhopal – India (GMT+05:30)Bhubaneswar – India (GMT+05:30)Bilbao – Spain (GMT+01:00)Billings, MT – United States (GMT-07:00)Biratchowk – Nepal (GMT+05:45)Birmingham – United Kingdom (GMT)Birmingham, AL – United States (GMT-06:00)Bishkek – Kyrgyzstan (GMT+06:00)Bismarck, ND – United States (GMT-06:00)Bissau – Guinea-Bissau (GMT)Blanes – Spain (GMT+01:00)Blantyre – Malawi (GMT+02:00)Blantyre-Hamilton – United Kingdom (GMT)Bloemfontein – South Africa (GMT+02:00)Bodrum – Turkey (GMT+02:00)Bogota – Colombia (GMT-05:00)Boise, ID – United States (GMT-07:00)Bologna – Italy (GMT+01:00)Bonn – Germany (GMT+01:00)Bordeaux – France (GMT+01:00)Boston, MA – United States (GMT-05:00)Braganca – Portugal (GMT)Brasilia – Brazil (GMT-03:00)Bratislava – Slovakia (GMT+01:00)Brazzaville – Congo (GMT+01:00)Bremen – Germany (GMT+01:00)Brest – France (GMT+01:00)Bridgetown – Barbados (GMT-04:00)Brindisi – Italy (GMT+01:00)Brisbane – Australia (GMT+10:00)Bristol – United Kingdom (GMT)Brno – Czech Republic (GMT+01:00)Brussels – Belgium (GMT+01:00)Bucharest – Romania (GMT+02:00)Budapest – Hungary (GMT+01:00)Buenos Aires – Argentina (GMT-03:00)Buffalo, NY – United States (GMT-05:00)Bujumbura – Burundi (GMT+02:00)Burgos – Spain (GMT+01:00)Buri Ram – Thailand (GMT+07:00)Burnaby, BC – Canada (GMT-08:00)Bursa – Turkey (GMT+02:00)Busan – Korea, South (GMT+09:00)Butterworth – Malaysia (GMT+08:00)Cabo San Lucas – Mexico (GMT-07:00)Cairns – Australia (GMT+10:00)Cairo – Egypt (GMT+02:00)Calabar – Nigeria (GMT+01:00)Calgary, AB – Canada (GMT-07:00)Campinas – Brazil (GMT-03:00)Canberra – Australia (GMT+10:00)Cancun – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Canmore, AB – Canada (GMT-07:00)Cannes – France (GMT+01:00)Cannon Beach, OR – United States (GMT-08:00)Cape Town – South Africa (GMT+02:00)Capitola, CA – United States (GMT-08:00)Caracas – Venezuela (GMT-04:30)Carcassonne – France (GMT+01:00)Cardiff – United Kingdom (GMT)Carson City, NV – United States (GMT-08:00)Cartagena – Spain (GMT+01:00)Casablanca – Morocco (GMT)Castelo Branco – Portugal (GMT)Castlebar – Ireland (GMT)Castries – Saint Lucia (GMT-04:00)Catamarca – Argentina (GMT-03:00)Catania – Italy (GMT+01:00)Catarman – Philippines (GMT+08:00)Cayenne – French Guiana (GMT-03:00)Cebu – Philippines (GMT+08:00)Champaign, IL – United States (GMT-06:00)Chandigarh – India (GMT+05:30)Chandler, AZ – United States (GMT-07:00)Changchun – China (GMT+08:00)Chania – Greece (GMT+02:00)Chantilly, VA – United States (GMT-05:00)Charleston, WV – United States (GMT-05:00)Charlotte, NC – United States (GMT-05:00)Charlotte Amalie – Virgin Islands, U. S. (GMT-04:00)Charlottetown, PE – Canada (GMT-04:00)Chattanooga, TN – United States (GMT-05:00)Chelyabinsk – Russia (GMT+06:00)Chengdu – China (GMT+08:00)Chennai – India (GMT+05:30)Cherepovets – Russia (GMT+04:00)Chernobyl – Ukraine (GMT+02:00)Cheruvathur – India (GMT+05:30)Chiang Mai – Thailand (GMT+07:00)Chicago, IL – United States (GMT-06:00)Chichen Itza – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Chihuahua – Mexico (GMT-07:00)Chimoio – Mozambique (GMT+02:00)Chinandega – Nicaragua (GMT-06:00)Chirala – India (GMT+05:30)Chisinau – Moldova (GMT+02:00)Chita – Russia (GMT+10:00)Chittagong – Bangladesh (GMT+06:00)Chongqing – China (GMT+08:00)Christchurch – New Zealand (GMT+12:00)Cienfuegos – Cuba (GMT-05:00)Cincinnati, OH – United States (GMT-05:00)Ciudad Acuna – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Ciudad Juarez – Mexico (GMT-07:00)Cleveland, OH – United States (GMT-05:00)Cluj – Romania (GMT+02:00)Cockburn Town – Turks and Caicos Islands (GMT-05:00)Coimbatore – India (GMT+05:30)Collioure – France (GMT+01:00)Cologne – Germany (GMT+01:00)Colombo – Sri Lanka (GMT+05:30)Colorado Springs, CO – United States (GMT-07:00)Columbia, SC – United States (GMT-05:00)Columbus, GA – United States (GMT-05:00)Columbus, OH – United States (GMT-05:00)Conakry – Guinea (GMT)Constanta – Romania (GMT+02:00)Coos Bay, OR – United States (GMT-08:00)Copenhagen – Denmark (GMT+01:00)Coquille, OR – United States (GMT-08:00)Cordoba – Argentina (GMT-03:00)Corfu – Greece (GMT+02:00)Cork – Ireland (GMT)Corrientes – Argentina (GMT-03:00)Cotonou – Benin (GMT+01:00)Cox’s Bazar – Bangladesh (GMT+06:00)Craiova – Romania (GMT+02:00)Cranbrook, BC – Canada (GMT-07:00)Cuenca – Ecuador (GMT-05:00)Cuiaba – Brazil (GMT-04:00)Culiacan – Mexico (GMT-07:00)Cupertino, CA – United States (GMT-08:00)Curitiba – Brazil (GMT-03:00)Da Nang – Vietnam (GMT+07:00)Daegu – Korea, South (GMT+09:00)Dakar – Senegal (GMT)Dakhla – Morocco (GMT)Dalian – China (GMT+08:00)Dallas, TX – United States (GMT-06:00)Damascus – Syria (GMT+02:00)Damauli – Nepal (GMT+05:45)Dambulla – Sri Lanka (GMT+05:30)Dampier – Australia (GMT+08:00)Dandong – China (GMT+08:00)Dar es Salaam – Tanzania (GMT+03:00)Darasuram – India (GMT+05:30)Darwin – Australia (GMT+09:30)Dausa – India (GMT+05:30)Davao – Philippines (GMT+08:00)Dayton, OH – United States (GMT-05:00)Del Rio, TX – United States (GMT-06:00)Delhi – India (GMT+05:30)Denpasar – Indonesia (GMT+08:00)Denver, CO – United States (GMT-07:00)Des Moines, IA – United States (GMT-06:00)Detroit, MI – United States (GMT-05:00)Dhahran – Saudi Arabia (GMT+03:00)Dhaka – Bangladesh (GMT+06:00)Dhamar – Yemen (GMT+03:00)Dharan – Nepal (GMT+05:45)Dieppe – France (GMT+01:00)Diffa – Niger (GMT+01:00)Dili – East Timor (GMT+09:00)N’Djamena – Chad (GMT+01:00)Djember – Indonesia (GMT+07:00)Djibouti – Djibouti (GMT+03:00)Dnepropetrovsk – Ukraine (GMT+02:00)Dodoma – Tanzania (GMT+03:00)Doha – Qatar (GMT+03:00)Donauworth – Germany (GMT+01:00)Donetsk – Ukraine (GMT+02:00)Doolin – Ireland (GMT)Douala – Cameroon (GMT+01:00)Dover – United Kingdom (GMT)Dresden – Germany (GMT+01:00)Drogheda – Ireland (GMT)DuPont, WA – United States (GMT-08:00)Dubai – United Arab Emirates (GMT+04:00)Dublin – Ireland (GMT)Dublin, OH – United States (GMT-05:00)Duesseldorf – Germany (GMT+01:00)Dumaguete – Philippines (GMT+08:00)Dundee – United Kingdom (GMT)Dunedin – New Zealand (GMT+12:00)Dunkerque – France (GMT+01:00)Durban – South Africa (GMT+02:00)Durres – Albania (GMT+01:00)Dushanbe – Tajikistan (GMT+05:00)Duvall, WA – United States (GMT-08:00)Dzerzhinsk – Russia (GMT+04:00)East London – South Africa (GMT+02:00)Edinburgh – United Kingdom (GMT)Edmonton, AB – Canada (GMT-07:00)Eindhoven – Netherlands (GMT+01:00)Eirunepe – Brazil (GMT-04:00)Ekaterinburg – Russia (GMT+06:00)El Paso, TX – United States (GMT-07:00)Ende – Indonesia (GMT+08:00)Ensenada – Mexico (GMT-08:00)Esfahan – Iran (GMT+03:30)Essen – Germany (GMT+01:00)Etterbeek – Belgium (GMT+01:00)Eugene, OR – United States (GMT-08:00)Ezcaray – Spain (GMT+01:00)Fairbanks, AK – United States (GMT-09:00)Falmouth – United Kingdom (GMT)Faro – Portugal (GMT)Flic en Flac – Mauritius (GMT+04:00)Florence – Italy (GMT+01:00)Florence, OR – United States (GMT-08:00)Floro – Norway (GMT+01:00)Folcroft, PA – United States (GMT-05:00)Folsom, CA – United States (GMT-08:00)Fontainebleau – France (GMT+01:00)Fort-de-France – Martinique (GMT-04:00)Fort Defiance, AZ – United States (GMT-07:00)Fort Worth, TX – United States (GMT-06:00)Fortaleza – Brazil (GMT-03:00)Foshan – China (GMT+08:00)Foster City, CA – United States (GMT-08:00)Foxton – New Zealand (GMT+12:00)Fragneto Monforte – Italy (GMT+01:00)Frankfurt – Germany (GMT+01:00)Freetown – Sierra Leone (GMT)Fremont, CA – United States (GMT-08:00)Ft. Lauderdale, FL – United States (GMT-05:00)Fujairah – United Arab Emirates (GMT+04:00)Fukui – Japan (GMT+09:00)Fukuoka – Japan (GMT+09:00)Funafuti – Tuvalu (GMT+12:00)Fuzhou – China (GMT+08:00)Gaborone – Botswana (GMT+02:00)Galesburg, IL – United States (GMT-06:00)Galle – Sri Lanka (GMT+05:30)Galway – Ireland (GMT)Gary, IN – United States (GMT-06:00)Gatton – Australia (GMT+10:00)Gavle – Sweden (GMT+01:00)Gaya – India (GMT+05:30)Gdansk – Poland (GMT+01:00)Gelendzhik – Russia (GMT+04:00)Geneva – Switzerland (GMT+01:00)Genoa – Italy (GMT+01:00)Gent – Belgium (GMT+01:00)George Town – Cayman Islands (GMT-05:00)George Town – Malaysia (GMT+08:00)Georgetown – Guyana (GMT-04:00)Ghatgaon – India (GMT+05:30)Ghumli – India (GMT+05:30)Gibraltar – Gibraltar (GMT+01:00)Gig Harbor, WA – United States (GMT-08:00)Girona – Spain (GMT+01:00)Giurgiu – Romania (GMT+02:00)Gladstone – Australia (GMT+10:00)Glasgow – United Kingdom (GMT)Gloucester – United Kingdom (GMT)Golden, BC – Canada (GMT-07:00)Golra Sharif – Pakistan (GMT+05:00)Gosford – Australia (GMT+10:00)Gothenburg – Sweden (GMT+01:00)Grafton – Australia (GMT+10:00)Granada – Nicaragua (GMT-06:00)Grand-Bassam – Cote d’Ivoire (GMT)Grand Rapids, MI – United States (GMT-05:00)Grasse – France (GMT+01:00)Gratkorn – Austria (GMT+01:00)Graz – Austria (GMT+01:00)Great Falls, MT – United States (GMT-07:00)Grenoble – France (GMT+01:00)Guadalajara – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Guangzhou – China (GMT+08:00)Guatemala City – Guatemala (GMT-06:00)Guayaquil – Ecuador (GMT-05:00)Guaymas – Mexico (GMT-07:00)Guelph, ON – Canada (GMT-05:00)Gulbarga – India (GMT+05:30)Gyor – Hungary (GMT+01:00)Gyumri – Armenia (GMT+04:00)Hagatna – Guam (GMT+10:00)Hai Phong – Vietnam (GMT+07:00)Haifa – Israel (GMT+02:00)Halab – Syria (GMT+02:00)Halifax, NS – Canada (GMT-04:00)Halle – Belgium (GMT+01:00)Hama – Syria (GMT+02:00)Hamburg – Germany (GMT+01:00)Hamilton – Bermuda (GMT-04:00)Hamilton, ON – Canada (GMT-05:00)Hammerfest – Norway (GMT+01:00)Hanamkonda – India (GMT+05:30)Hangzhou – China (GMT+08:00)Hanjiang – China (GMT+08:00)Hannover – Germany (GMT+01:00)Hanoi – Vietnam (GMT+07:00)Harare – Zimbabwe (GMT+02:00)Harbin – China (GMT+08:00)Harstad – Norway (GMT+01:00)Hassan – India (GMT+05:30)Hastings – New Zealand (GMT+12:00)Hat Yai – Thailand (GMT+07:00)Havana – Cuba (GMT-05:00)Heerlen – Netherlands (GMT+01:00)Helena, MT – United States (GMT-07:00)Helsingborg – Sweden (GMT+01:00)Helsingor – Denmark (GMT+01:00)Helsinki – Finland (GMT+02:00)Heredia – Costa Rica (GMT-06:00)Hermosillo – Mexico (GMT-07:00)Hikkaduwa – Sri Lanka (GMT+05:30)Hillsboro, OR – United States (GMT-08:00)Hilo, HI – United States (GMT-10:00)Hiroshima – Japan (GMT+09:00)Ho Chi Minh – Vietnam (GMT+07:00)Hobart – Australia (GMT+10:00)Hohhot – China (GMT+08:00)Homagama – Sri Lanka (GMT+05:30)Hong Kong – China (GMT+08:00)Honiara – Solomon Islands (GMT+11:00)Honolulu, HI – United States (GMT-10:00)Hope, BC – Canada (GMT-08:00)Hora Sfakion – Greece (GMT+02:00)Horsens – Denmark (GMT+01:00)Hostalric – Spain (GMT+01:00)Houston, TX – United States (GMT-06:00)Hua Hin – Thailand (GMT+07:00)Hubli – India (GMT+05:30)Hudson, MA – United States (GMT-05:00)Huelva – Spain (GMT+01:00)Huizhou – China (GMT+08:00)Huntingdon, QC – Canada (GMT-05:00)Huntington, WV – United States (GMT-05:00)Hyderabad – India (GMT+05:30)Iasi – Romania (GMT+02:00)Ibadan – Nigeria (GMT+01:00)Ibb – Yemen (GMT+03:00)Igoumenitsa – Greece (GMT+02:00)Iligan – Philippines (GMT+08:00)Indianapolis, IN – United States (GMT-05:00)Inuvik, NT – Canada (GMT-07:00)Iqaluit, NU – Canada (GMT-05:00)Iraklion – Greece (GMT+02:00)Irkutsk – Russia (GMT+09:00)Irvine, CA – United States (GMT-08:00)Islamabad – Pakistan (GMT+05:00)Istanbul – Turkey (GMT+02:00)Itahari – Nepal (GMT+05:45)Ivalo – Finland (GMT+02:00)Ivanovo – Russia (GMT+04:00)Ixtapa – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Izhevsk – Russia (GMT+04:00)Izmir – Turkey (GMT+02:00)Jackson, MS – United States (GMT-06:00)Jacksonville, FL – United States (GMT-05:00)Jacobabad – Pakistan (GMT+05:00)Jaen – Spain (GMT+01:00)Jaipur – India (GMT+05:30)Jakarta – Indonesia (GMT+07:00)Jamestown – Saint Helena (GMT)Jammu – India (GMT+05:30)Jamshedpur – India (GMT+05:30)Jasper, AB – Canada (GMT-07:00)Jeddah – Saudi Arabia (GMT+03:00)Jefferson City, MO – United States (GMT-06:00)Jersey City, NJ – United States (GMT-05:00)Jerusalem – Israel (GMT+02:00)Jeypore – India (GMT+05:30)Jilin – China (GMT+08:00)Jinan – China (GMT+08:00)Jinzhou – China (GMT+08:00)Joao Pessoa – Brazil (GMT-03:00)Johannesburg – South Africa (GMT+02:00)Juba – South Sudan (GMT+03:00)Jujuy – Argentina (GMT-03:00)Kabardinka – Russia (GMT+04:00)Kabul – Afghanistan (GMT+04:30)Kaduna – Nigeria (GMT+01:00)Kagoshima – Japan (GMT+09:00)Kaikoura – New Zealand (GMT+12:00)Kaliningrad – Russia (GMT+03:00)Kalmar – Sweden (GMT+01:00)Kalutara – Sri Lanka (GMT+05:30)Kamloops, BC – Canada (GMT-08:00)Kampala – Uganda (GMT+03:00)Kandahar – Afghanistan (GMT+04:30)Kandy – Sri Lanka (GMT+05:30)Kanpur – India (GMT+05:30)Kansas City, MO – United States (GMT-06:00)Kanyakumari – India (GMT+05:30)Karachi – Pakistan (GMT+05:00)Karlovy Vary – Czech Republic (GMT+01:00)Karlstad – Sweden (GMT+01:00)Kasaragod – India (GMT+05:30)Kasauli – India (GMT+05:30)Kathmandu – Nepal (GMT+05:45)Kaunas – Lithuania (GMT+02:00)Kawasaki – Japan (GMT+09:00)Kazan – Russia (GMT+04:00)Keel – Ireland (GMT)Kelowna, BC – Canada (GMT-08:00)Kemerovo – Russia (GMT+07:00)Kendari – Indonesia (GMT+08:00)Kerikeri – New Zealand (GMT+12:00)Khabarovsk – Russia (GMT+11:00)Kharkov – Ukraine (GMT+02:00)Khartoum – Sudan (GMT+03:00)Kiel – Germany (GMT+01:00)Kiev – Ukraine (GMT+02:00)Kigali – Rwanda (GMT+02:00)Killarney – Ireland (GMT)Kimberley – South Africa (GMT+02:00)Kingston – Jamaica (GMT-05:00)Kingston, Norfolk Island – Australia (GMT+11:30)Kingston, ON – Canada (GMT-05:00)Kingstown – Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (GMT-04:00)Kinshasa – Congo, Democratic Republic of the (GMT+01:00)Kiruna – Sweden (GMT+01:00)Kitchener, ON – Canada (GMT-05:00)Knysna – South Africa (GMT+02:00)Kochi – India (GMT+05:30)Kodaikanal – India (GMT+05:30)Kolhapur – India (GMT+05:30)Kolkata – India (GMT+05:30)Koloa, HI – United States (GMT-10:00)Kolobrzeg – Poland (GMT+01:00)Kolomna – Russia (GMT+04:00)Kolonia – Micronesia, Federated States of (GMT+11:00)Konark – India (GMT+05:30)Kone – New Caledonia (GMT+11:00)Konin – Poland (GMT+01:00)Koror – Palau (GMT+09:00)Kos – Greece (GMT+02:00)Kosciusko, MS – United States (GMT-06:00)Kostroma – Russia (GMT+04:00)Kota Kinabalu – Malaysia (GMT+08:00)Kotka – Finland (GMT+02:00)Kotor – Montenegro (GMT+01:00)Kovrov – Russia (GMT+04:00)Kowloon – China (GMT+08:00)Krakow – Poland (GMT+01:00)Krasnoyarsk – Russia (GMT+08:00)Kristiansand – Norway (GMT+01:00)Kristianstad – Sweden (GMT+01:00)Kronstadt – Russia (GMT+04:00)Kuala Lumpur – Malaysia (GMT+08:00)Kuching – Malaysia (GMT+08:00)Kulusuk – Greenland (GMT-03:00)Kumanovo – Macedonia (GMT+01:00)Kumbakonam – India (GMT+05:30)Kungur – Russia (GMT+06:00)Kunming – China (GMT+08:00)Kupang – Indonesia (GMT+08:00)Kurgan – Russia (GMT+06:00)Kursk – Russia (GMT+04:00)Kurunegala – Sri Lanka (GMT+05:30)Kuwait – Kuwait (GMT+03:00)Kyaikto – Burma (GMT+06:30)Kyoto – Japan (GMT+09:00)La Jolla, CA – United States (GMT-08:00)La Libertad – El Salvador (GMT-06:00)La Paz – Bolivia (GMT-04:00)La Paz – Mexico (GMT-07:00)La Rioja – Argentina (GMT-03:00)La Union – El Salvador (GMT-06:00)Labuan – Malaysia (GMT+08:00)Lafayette, LA – United States (GMT-06:00)Lagos – Nigeria (GMT+01:00)Lahore – Pakistan (GMT+05:00)Lakeland, FL – United States (GMT-05:00)Lansing, MI – United States (GMT-05:00)Lanzhou – China (GMT+08:00)Las Varas – Mexico (GMT-07:00)Las Vegas, NV – United States (GMT-08:00)Latakia – Syria (GMT+02:00)Launceston – Australia (GMT+10:00)Le Havre – France (GMT+01:00)Leeds – United Kingdom (GMT)Leicester – United Kingdom (GMT)Leipzig – Germany (GMT+01:00)Leixlip – Ireland (GMT)Leon – Spain (GMT+01:00)Leon – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Lexington, KY – United States (GMT-05:00)Libreville – Gabon (GMT+01:00)Lille – France (GMT+01:00)Lilongwe – Malawi (GMT+02:00)Lima – Peru (GMT-05:00)Limassol – Cyprus (GMT+02:00)Limerick – Ireland (GMT)Limoux – France (GMT+01:00)Lincoln, NE – United States (GMT-06:00)Linkoping – Sweden (GMT+01:00)Lipetsk – Russia (GMT+04:00)Lisbon – Portugal (GMT)Lismore – Australia (GMT+10:00)Little Rock, AR – United States (GMT-06:00)Liverpool – United Kingdom (GMT)Ljubljana – Slovenia (GMT+01:00)Lome – Togo (GMT)London – United Kingdom (GMT)London, ON – Canada (GMT-05:00)Long Beach, CA – United States (GMT-08:00)Long Branch, NJ – United States (GMT-05:00)Longyearbyen – Svalbard (GMT+01:00)Los Angeles, CA – United States (GMT-08:00)Los Mochis – Mexico (GMT-07:00)Louisville, KY – United States (GMT-05:00)Luancheng – China (GMT+08:00)Luanda – Angola (GMT+01:00)Lubbock, TX – United States (GMT-06:00)Luchegorsk – Russia (GMT+11:00)Lucknow – India (GMT+05:30)Lugano – Switzerland (GMT+01:00)Lugansk – Ukraine (GMT+02:00)Lulea – Sweden (GMT+01:00)Lumbini – Nepal (GMT+05:45)Lund – Sweden (GMT+01:00)Lusaka – Zambia (GMT+02:00)Luxembourg – Luxembourg (GMT+01:00)Luxor – Egypt (GMT+02:00)Lviv – Ukraine (GMT+02:00)Lyon – France (GMT+01:00)Macapa – Brazil (GMT-03:00)Macau – China (GMT+08:00)Mackay – Australia (GMT+10:00)Madikeri – India (GMT+05:30)Madison, WI – United States (GMT-06:00)Madrid – Spain (GMT+01:00)Madurai – India (GMT+05:30)Magadan – Russia (GMT+12:00)Magdeburg – Germany (GMT+01:00)Magnolia, TX – United States (GMT-06:00)Mahabalipuram – India (GMT+05:30)Mainz – Germany (GMT+01:00)Majuro – Marshall Islands (GMT+12:00)Makassar – Indonesia (GMT+08:00)Malabo – Equatorial Guinea (GMT+01:00)Malaga – Spain (GMT+01:00)Male – Maldives (GMT+05:00)Malmo – Sweden (GMT+01:00)Mamoudzou – Mayotte (GMT+03:00)Managua – Nicaragua (GMT-06:00)Manama – Bahrain (GMT+03:00)Manaus – Brazil (GMT-04:00)Manchester – United Kingdom (GMT)Mandalay – Burma (GMT+06:30)Mandarmoni – India (GMT+05:30)Mandurah – Australia (GMT+08:00)Mangalia – Romania (GMT+02:00)Mangalore – India (GMT+05:30)Manila – Philippines (GMT+08:00)Manisa – Turkey (GMT+02:00)Mannheim – Germany (GMT+01:00)Manzanillo – Cuba (GMT-05:00)Manzanillo – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Maputo – Mozambique (GMT+02:00)Maram Bazar – India (GMT+05:30)Marawi – Philippines (GMT+08:00)Marmaris – Turkey (GMT+02:00)Marrakech – Morocco (GMT)Marseille – France (GMT+01:00)Masafi – United Arab Emirates (GMT+04:00)Maseru – Lesotho (GMT+02:00)Masohi – Indonesia (GMT+09:00)Mata-Utu – Wallis and Futuna (GMT+12:00)Matale – Sri Lanka (GMT+05:30)Matamoros – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Mataram – Indonesia (GMT+08:00)Mathura – India (GMT+05:30)Mazari Sharif – Afghanistan (GMT+04:30)Mazatlan – Mexico (GMT-07:00)Mbabane – Swaziland (GMT+02:00)Mbour – Senegal (GMT)Mdina – Malta (GMT+01:00)Mecca – Saudi Arabia (GMT+03:00)Medan – Indonesia (GMT+07:00)Medellin – Colombia (GMT-05:00)Medina – Saudi Arabia (GMT+03:00)Melaque – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Melbourne – Australia (GMT+10:00)Melbourne, FL – United States (GMT-05:00)Memphis, TN – United States (GMT-06:00)Mendoza – Argentina (GMT-03:00)Menlo Park, CA – United States (GMT-08:00)Merida – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Mexicali – Mexico (GMT-08:00)Mexico City – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Miami, FL – United States (GMT-05:00)Milan – Italy (GMT+01:00)Mill Valley, CA – United States (GMT-08:00)Milwaukee, WI – United States (GMT-06:00)Minneapolis, MN – United States (GMT-06:00)Minsk – Belarus (GMT+03:00)Miramar, FL – United States (GMT-05:00)Mission, BC – Canada (GMT-08:00)Mississauga, ON – Canada (GMT-05:00)Mo – Norway (GMT+01:00)Mobile, AL – United States (GMT-06:00)Mogadishu – Somalia (GMT+03:00)Molalla, OR – United States (GMT-08:00)Monaco – Monaco (GMT+01:00)Moncton, NB – Canada (GMT-04:00)Monrovia – Liberia (GMT)Monte Carlo – Monaco (GMT+01:00)Monterey, CA – United States (GMT-08:00)Monterrey – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Montevideo – Uruguay (GMT-03:00)Montgomery, AL – United States (GMT-06:00)Montgomery, TX – United States (GMT-06:00)Montpelier, VT – United States (GMT-05:00)Montpellier – France (GMT+01:00)Montpeyroux – France (GMT+01:00)Montreal, QC – Canada (GMT-05:00)Moroni – Comoros (GMT+03:00)Moscow – Russia (GMT+04:00)Motul – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Mount Hagen – Papua New Guinea (GMT+10:00)Mount Shasta City, CA – United States (GMT-08:00)Mountain View, CA – United States (GMT-08:00)Mudumalai – India (GMT+05:30)Mukachevo – Ukraine (GMT+02:00)Multan – Pakistan (GMT+05:00)Mumbai – India (GMT+05:30)Munich – Germany (GMT+01:00)Munnar – India (GMT+05:30)Murmansk – Russia (GMT+04:00)Murom – Russia (GMT+04:00)Murree – Pakistan (GMT+05:00)Muscat – Oman (GMT+04:00)Myrtle Beach, SC – United States (GMT-05:00)Mysore – India (GMT+05:30)Nadiad – India (GMT+05:30)Nagasaki – Japan (GMT+09:00)Nagoya – Japan (GMT+09:00)Nagpur – India (GMT+05:30)Naha – Japan (GMT+09:00)Nairobi – Kenya (GMT+03:00)Nakhodka – Russia (GMT+11:00)Nanaimo, BC – Canada (GMT-08:00)Nanjing – China (GMT+08:00)Nantes – France (GMT+01:00)Napier – New Zealand (GMT+12:00)Naples – Italy (GMT+01:00)Narvik – Norway (GMT+01:00)Nashville, TN – United States (GMT-06:00)Nassau – Bahamas (GMT-05:00)Navasota, TX – United States (GMT-06:00)Navi Mumbai – India (GMT+05:30)Negombo – Sri Lanka (GMT+05:30)Neuquen – Argentina (GMT-03:00)New Delhi – India (GMT+05:30)New Orleans, LA – United States (GMT-06:00)New Ross – Ireland (GMT)New Westminster, BC – Canada (GMT-08:00)New York, NY – United States (GMT-05:00)Newark, NJ – United States (GMT-05:00)Newcastle – Australia (GMT+10:00)Newcastle upon Tyne – United Kingdom (GMT)Newport – United Kingdom (GMT)Niagara Falls, ON – Canada (GMT-05:00)Niamey – Niger (GMT+01:00)Nice – France (GMT+01:00)Nicosia – Cyprus (GMT+02:00)Niigata – Japan (GMT+09:00)Nikolaev – Ukraine (GMT+02:00)Nimes – France (GMT+01:00)Ningbo – China (GMT+08:00)Nizhniy Novgorod – Russia (GMT+04:00)Nogales – Mexico (GMT-07:00)Nome, AK – United States (GMT-09:00)Norfolk, VA – United States (GMT-05:00)North Bay, ON – Canada (GMT-05:00)North Bend, OR – United States (GMT-08:00)North Ryde – Australia (GMT+10:00)Norwich – United Kingdom (GMT)Nouakchott – Mauritania (GMT)Noumea – New Caledonia (GMT+11:00)Novgorod – Russia (GMT+04:00)Novorossiysk – Russia (GMT+04:00)Novosibirsk – Russia (GMT+07:00)Nuevo Laredo – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Nuku’alofa – Tonga (GMT+13:00)Nurnberg – Germany (GMT+01:00)Nuuk – Greenland (GMT-03:00)Odense – Denmark (GMT+01:00)Odessa – Ukraine (GMT+02:00)Ohrid – Macedonia (GMT+01:00)Ojinaga – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Okara – Pakistan (GMT+05:00)Okha – Russia (GMT+11:00)Okhotsk – Russia (GMT+11:00)Okinawa – Japan (GMT+09:00)Oklahoma City, OK – United States (GMT-06:00)Olanchito – Honduras (GMT-06:00)Olinda – Brazil (GMT-03:00)Olympia, WA – United States (GMT-08:00)Omaha, NE – United States (GMT-06:00)Omsk – Russia (GMT+07:00)Onitsha – Nigeria (GMT+01:00)Ootacamund – India (GMT+05:30)Oradea – Romania (GMT+02:00)Orange – Australia (GMT+10:00)Oranjestad – Aruba (GMT-04:00)Orlando, FL – United States (GMT-05:00)Osaka – Japan (GMT+09:00)Oshawa, ON – Canada (GMT-05:00)Oslo – Norway (GMT+01:00)Ostrov – Russia (GMT+04:00)Ottawa, ON – Canada (GMT-05:00)Ouagadougou – Burkina Faso (GMT)Oulu – Finland (GMT+02:00)Oviedo – Spain (GMT+01:00)Padang – Indonesia (GMT+07:00)Palembang – Indonesia (GMT+07:00)Palikir – Micronesia, Federated States of (GMT+11:00)Palma – Spain (GMT+01:00)Palmas – Brazil (GMT-03:00)Palo Alto, CA – United States (GMT-08:00)Panaji – India (GMT+05:30)Panama City – Panama (GMT-05:00)Papeete – French Polynesia (GMT-10:00)Paramaribo – Suriname (GMT-03:00)Paraparaumu – New Zealand (GMT+12:00)Paris – France (GMT+01:00)Parsippany, NJ – United States (GMT-05:00)Patna – India (GMT+05:30)Patras – Greece (GMT+02:00)Pearl, MS – United States (GMT-06:00)Pedro Juan Caballero – Paraguay (GMT-04:00)Pensacola, FL – United States (GMT-06:00)Penza – Russia (GMT+04:00)Perm – Russia (GMT+06:00)Perth – Australia (GMT+08:00)Peshawar – Pakistan (GMT+05:00)Peterhof – Russia (GMT+04:00)Petropavlovsk – Russia (GMT+12:00)Petropolis – Brazil (GMT-03:00)Philadelphia, PA – United States (GMT-05:00)Philipsburg – Sint Maarten (GMT-04:00)Phnom Penh – Cambodia (GMT+07:00)Phoenix, AZ – United States (GMT-07:00)Phuket – Thailand (GMT+07:00)Pickering, ON – Canada (GMT-05:00)Piedras Negras – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Pierre, SD – United States (GMT-06:00)Piestany – Slovakia (GMT+01:00)Pirot – Serbia (GMT+01:00)Pisa – Italy (GMT+01:00)Pittsburgh, PA – United States (GMT-05:00)Piura – Peru (GMT-05:00)Playa del Carmen – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Plymouth – United Kingdom (GMT)Podgorica – Montenegro (GMT+01:00)Point Pleasant Beach, NJ – United States (GMT-05:00)Polonnaruwa – Sri Lanka (GMT+05:30)Pomalaa – Indonesia (GMT+08:00)Ponta Delgada – Portugal (GMT-01:00)Poole – United Kingdom (GMT)Porbandar – India (GMT+05:30)Porirua – New Zealand (GMT+12:00)Port Angeles, WA – United States (GMT-08:00)Port Arthur – Australia (GMT+10:00)Port-au-Prince – Haiti (GMT-05:00)Port Elizabeth – South Africa (GMT+02:00)Port Harcourt – Nigeria (GMT+01:00)Port Hedland – Australia (GMT+08:00)Port Louis – Mauritius (GMT+04:00)Port Moresby – Papua New Guinea (GMT+10:00)Port of Spain – Trinidad and Tobago (GMT-04:00)Port Orange, FL – United States (GMT-05:00)Port Vila – Vanuatu (GMT+11:00)Portland, OR – United States (GMT-08:00)Porto – Portugal (GMT)Porto Alegre – Brazil (GMT-03:00)Porto Novo – Benin (GMT+01:00)Portsmouth – United Kingdom (GMT)Posadas – Argentina (GMT-03:00)Prague – Czech Republic (GMT+01:00)Praia – Cape Verde (GMT-01:00)Prievidza – Slovakia (GMT+01:00)Prince George, BC – Canada (GMT-08:00)Princeton, NJ – United States (GMT-05:00)Pristina – Kosovo (GMT+01:00)Progreso – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Pskov – Russia (GMT+04:00)Puebla – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Puerto Ayora – Ecuador (GMT-06:00)Puerto Baquerizo Moreno – Ecuador (GMT-06:00)Puerto Penasco – Mexico (GMT-07:00)Puerto Plata – Dominican Republic (GMT-04:00)Puerto Vallarta – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Pune – India (GMT+05:30)Puri – India (GMT+05:30)Puttgarden – Germany (GMT+01:00)Pyongyang – Korea, North (GMT+09:00)Qatif – Saudi Arabia (GMT+03:00)Qingdao – China (GMT+08:00)Quartzsite, AZ – United States (GMT-07:00)Quebec City, QC – Canada (GMT-05:00)Quetta – Pakistan (GMT+05:00)Quezaltenango – Guatemala (GMT-06:00)Quito – Ecuador (GMT-05:00)Rabat – Morocco (GMT)Rahim Yar Khan – Pakistan (GMT+05:00)Rajahmundry – India (GMT+05:30)Raleigh, NC – United States (GMT-05:00)Ramstein – Germany (GMT+01:00)Ranchi – India (GMT+05:30)Rangoon – Burma (GMT+06:30)Ras Al Khaimah – United Arab Emirates (GMT+04:00)Rawson – Argentina (GMT-03:00)Reading – United Kingdom (GMT)Recife – Brazil (GMT-03:00)Red Deer, AB – Canada (GMT-07:00)Redmond, WA – United States (GMT-08:00)Regina, SK – Canada (GMT-06:00)Reims – France (GMT+01:00)Rennes – France (GMT+01:00)Reno, NV – United States (GMT-08:00)Revelstoke, BC – Canada (GMT-08:00)Reykjavik – Iceland (GMT)Reynosa – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Rhodes – Greece (GMT+02:00)Richmond, IN – United States (GMT-05:00)Richmond, VA – United States (GMT-05:00)Riga – Latvia (GMT+02:00)Rio Branco – Brazil (GMT-04:00)Rio Cuarto – Argentina (GMT-03:00)Rio de Janeiro – Brazil (GMT-03:00)Rio Gallegos – Argentina (GMT-03:00)Rio Rancho, NM – United States (GMT-07:00)Rivera – Uruguay (GMT-03:00)Riverton, UT – United States (GMT-07:00)Riyadh – Saudi Arabia (GMT+03:00)Road Town – Virgin Islands, British (GMT-04:00)Rodby – Denmark (GMT+01:00)Rome – Italy (GMT+01:00)Rosario – Argentina (GMT-03:00)Roseau – Dominica (GMT-04:00)Rostock – Germany (GMT+01:00)Rostov na Donu – Russia (GMT+04:00)Rotterdam – Netherlands (GMT+01:00)Rovaniemi – Finland (GMT+02:00)Russell Springs, KY – United States (GMT-06:00)Ryazan – Russia (GMT+04:00)Rybinsk – Russia (GMT+04:00)Sacramento, CA – United States (GMT-08:00)Saint-Denis – Reunion (GMT+04:00)Saint George’s – Grenada (GMT-04:00)Saint John, NB – Canada (GMT-04:00)Saint-Pierre – Saint Pierre and Miquelon (GMT-03:00)Saipan – Northern Mariana Islands (GMT+10:00)Salem, OR – United States (GMT-08:00)Salt Lake City, UT – United States (GMT-07:00)Salta – Argentina (GMT-03:00)Salto – Uruguay (GMT-03:00)Salvador – Brazil (GMT-03:00)Salzburg – Austria (GMT+01:00)Samara – Russia (GMT+04:00)Samsun – Turkey (GMT+02:00)San Antonio, TX – United States (GMT-06:00)San Bruno, CA – United States (GMT-08:00)San Carlos – Mexico (GMT-07:00)San Diego, CA – United States (GMT-08:00)San Francisco, CA – United States (GMT-08:00)San Isidro – Costa Rica (GMT-06:00)San Jose – Costa Rica (GMT-06:00)San Jose, CA – United States (GMT-08:00)San Juan – Puerto Rico (GMT-04:00)San Juan – Argentina (GMT-03:00)San Lorenzo – Argentina (GMT-03:00)San Luis – Argentina (GMT-03:00)San Luis Obispo, CA – United States (GMT-08:00)San Marino – San Marino (GMT+01:00)San Mateo, CA – United States (GMT-08:00)San Pedro Sula – Honduras (GMT-06:00)San Salvador – El Salvador (GMT-06:00)San Sebastian – Spain (GMT+01:00)San Sebastian del Oeste – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Sanaa – Yemen (GMT+03:00)Santa Ana – El Salvador (GMT-06:00)Santa Clara – Cuba (GMT-05:00)Santa Clara, CA – United States (GMT-08:00)Santa Cruz – Philippines (GMT+08:00)Santa Cruz de Tenerife – Spain (GMT)Santa Fe – Argentina (GMT-03:00)Santa Fe, NM – United States (GMT-07:00)Santa Rosa – Honduras (GMT-06:00)Santa Rosa – Argentina (GMT-03:00)Santarem – Brazil (GMT-03:00)Santiago – Chile (GMT-04:00)Santiago – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Santiago de Cuba – Cuba (GMT-05:00)Santiago de los Caballeros – Dominican Republic (GMT-04:00)Santo Domingo – Dominican Republic (GMT-04:00)Sanxiang – China (GMT+08:00)Sao Jose do Rio Preto – Brazil (GMT-03:00)Sao Paulo – Brazil (GMT-03:00)Sao Tome – Sao Tome and Principe (GMT)Sapporo – Japan (GMT+09:00)Sarajevo – Bosnia and Herzegovina (GMT+01:00)Saransk – Russia (GMT+04:00)Saskatoon, SK – Canada (GMT-06:00)Saxonburg, PA – United States (GMT-05:00)Schaffhausen – Switzerland (GMT+01:00)Schluechtern – Germany (GMT+01:00)Seattle, WA – United States (GMT-08:00)Secunderabad – India (GMT+05:30)Semarang – Indonesia (GMT+07:00)Sendai – Japan (GMT+09:00)Seoul – Korea, South (GMT+09:00)Sergiev Posad – Russia (GMT+04:00)Sete – France (GMT+01:00)Sevastopol – Ukraine (GMT+02:00)Severodonetsk – Ukraine (GMT+02:00)Sevilla – Spain (GMT+01:00)Shanghai – China (GMT+08:00)Shannon – Ireland (GMT)Sharjah – United Arab Emirates (GMT+04:00)Sharm El Sheikh – Egypt (GMT+02:00)Sheffield – United Kingdom (GMT)Shekou – China (GMT+08:00)Shenyang – China (GMT+08:00)Shenzhen – China (GMT+08:00)Shijiazhuang – China (GMT+08:00)Shikarpur – Pakistan (GMT+05:00)Shimla – India (GMT+05:30)Shiraz – Iran (GMT+03:30)Sialkot – Pakistan (GMT+05:00)Sibiu – Romania (GMT+02:00)Siem Reap – Cambodia (GMT+07:00)Sigiriya – Sri Lanka (GMT+05:30)Silang – Philippines (GMT+08:00)Simatai – China (GMT+08:00)Simferopol – Ukraine (GMT+02:00)Sines – Portugal (GMT)Singapore – Singapore (GMT+08:00)Sittard – Netherlands (GMT+01:00)Sivakasi – India (GMT+05:30)Skopje – Macedonia (GMT+01:00)Sligo – Ireland (GMT)Sliven – Bulgaria (GMT+02:00)Sneek – Netherlands (GMT+01:00)Sochi – Russia (GMT+04:00)Sofia – Bulgaria (GMT+02:00)Solovki – Russia (GMT+04:00)Songkhla – Thailand (GMT+07:00)South Jordan, UT – United States (GMT-07:00)South Tarawa – Kiribati (GMT+12:00)Spijkenisse – Netherlands (GMT+01:00)Spokane, WA – United States (GMT-08:00)St. Catharines, ON – Canada (GMT-05:00)St. John’s – Antigua and Barbuda (GMT-04:00)St. John’s, NL – Canada (GMT-03:30)St. Louis, MO – United States (GMT-06:00)St. Paul, MN – United States (GMT-06:00)St. Pauli, Hamburg – Germany (GMT+01:00)St. Petersburg – Russia (GMT+04:00)Stamford, CT – United States (GMT-05:00)Stanley – Falkland Islands (GMT-03:00)Stavanger – Norway (GMT+01:00)Stavropol – Russia (GMT+04:00)Steinkjer – Norway (GMT+01:00)Stenungsund – Sweden (GMT+01:00)Stockholm – Sweden (GMT+01:00)Strasbourg – France (GMT+01:00)Stuttgart – Germany (GMT+01:00)Suifenhe – China (GMT+08:00)Sulaimaniya – Iraq (GMT+03:00)Sullana – Peru (GMT-05:00)Sundsvall – Sweden (GMT+01:00)Sunnyvale, CA – United States (GMT-08:00)Surabaya – Indonesia (GMT+07:00)Surat – India (GMT+05:30)Surprise, AZ – United States (GMT-07:00)Suva – Fiji (GMT+12:00)Suzdal – Russia (GMT+04:00)Suzhou – China (GMT+08:00)Swansea – United Kingdom (GMT)Swindon – United Kingdom (GMT)Sydney – Australia (GMT+10:00)Sydney, NS – Canada (GMT-04:00)Sylhet – Bangladesh (GMT+06:00)Syracuse, NY – United States (GMT-05:00)Szombathely – Hungary (GMT+01:00)Tacoma, WA – United States (GMT-08:00)Tacuarembo – Uruguay (GMT-03:00)Taganrog – Russia (GMT+04:00)Taguig – Philippines (GMT+08:00)Taian – China (GMT+08:00)Taichung – Taiwan (GMT+08:00)Taif – Saudi Arabia (GMT+03:00)Taiohae – French Polynesia (GMT-09:30)Taipei – Taiwan (GMT+08:00)Taiyuan – China (GMT+08:00)Taiz – Yemen (GMT+03:00)Takab – Iran (GMT+03:30)Takrouna – Tunisia (GMT+01:00)Tallinn – Estonia (GMT+02:00)Tampa, FL – United States (GMT-05:00)Tamuning – Guam (GMT+10:00)Tangail – Bangladesh (GMT+06:00)Tanggu – China (GMT+08:00)Tangshan – China (GMT+08:00)Tanjay City – Philippines (GMT+08:00)Tashkent – Uzbekistan (GMT+05:00)Tbilisi – Georgia (GMT+04:00)Tegucigalpa – Honduras (GMT-06:00)Tehran – Iran (GMT+03:30)Tel Aviv – Israel (GMT+02:00)Telluride, CO – United States (GMT-07:00)Tepic – Mexico (GMT-07:00)Thaton – Burma (GMT+06:30)The Hague – Netherlands (GMT+01:00)Thessaloniki – Greece (GMT+02:00)Thies – Senegal (GMT)Thimphu – Bhutan (GMT+06:00)Thiruvananthapuram – India (GMT+05:30)Tianjin – China (GMT+08:00)Tijuana – Mexico (GMT-08:00)Timisoara – Romania (GMT+02:00)Tirana – Albania (GMT+01:00)Tiraspol – Moldova (GMT+02:00)Tiruchirapalli – India (GMT+05:30)Tizimin – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Toalmas – Hungary (GMT+01:00)Tokyo – Japan (GMT+09:00)Toledo, OH – United States (GMT-05:00)Toluca de Lerdo – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Tomsk – Russia (GMT+07:00)Toowoomba – Australia (GMT+10:00)Toronto, ON – Canada (GMT-05:00)Torshavn – Faroe Islands (GMT)Toulon – France (GMT+01:00)Toulouse – France (GMT+01:00)Tours – France (GMT+01:00)Townsville – Australia (GMT+10:00)Trelleborg – Sweden (GMT+01:00)Trier – Germany (GMT+01:00)Trieste – Italy (GMT+01:00)Tripoli – Libya (GMT+01:00)Tromso – Norway (GMT+01:00)Trondheim – Norway (GMT+01:00)Trujillo – Peru (GMT-05:00)Tshwane – South Africa (GMT+02:00)Tuapse – Russia (GMT+04:00)Tucson, AZ – United States (GMT-07:00)Tucuman – Argentina (GMT-03:00)Tula – Russia (GMT+04:00)Tulcea – Romania (GMT+02:00)Tulsa, OK – United States (GMT-06:00)Tunis – Tunisia (GMT+01:00)Turin – Italy (GMT+01:00)Turku – Finland (GMT+02:00)Tuticorin – India (GMT+05:30)Tuzla – Bosnia and Herzegovina (GMT+01:00)Tver’ – Russia (GMT+04:00)Ubon Ratchathani – Thailand (GMT+07:00)Ubud – Indonesia (GMT+08:00)Udon Thani – Thailand (GMT+07:00)Ufa – Russia (GMT+06:00)Ulaanbaatar – Mongolia (GMT+08:00)Ulan-Ude – Russia (GMT+09:00)Upper Hutt – New Zealand (GMT+12:00)Uppsala – Sweden (GMT+01:00)Urumqi – China (GMT+08:00)Ushuaia – Argentina (GMT-03:00)Utrecht – Netherlands (GMT+01:00)Uzhhorod – Ukraine (GMT+02:00)Vaasa – Finland (GMT+02:00)Vadodara – India (GMT+05:30)Vaduz – Liechtenstein (GMT+01:00)Valaam – Russia (GMT+04:00)Valdivia – Chile (GMT-04:00)Valencia – Spain (GMT+01:00)Valladolid – Spain (GMT+01:00)Vallauris – France (GMT+01:00)Valletta – Malta (GMT+01:00)Vancouver, BC – Canada (GMT-08:00)Vardo – Norway (GMT+01:00)Varna – Bulgaria (GMT+02:00)Vatican City – Holy See (Vatican City) (GMT+01:00)Velikiye Luki – Russia (GMT+04:00)Venice – Italy (GMT+01:00)Veracruz – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Verona – Italy (GMT+01:00)Vevey – Switzerland (GMT+01:00)Viana do Castello – Portugal (GMT)Victoria – Seychelles (GMT+04:00)Victoria – Malta (GMT+01:00)Victoria, BC – Canada (GMT-08:00)Vidin – Bulgaria (GMT+02:00)Viedma – Argentina (GMT-03:00)Vienna – Austria (GMT+01:00)Vienna, VA – United States (GMT-05:00)Vientiane – Laos (GMT+07:00)Vila Real – Portugal (GMT)Vilnius – Lithuania (GMT+02:00)Visby – Sweden (GMT+01:00)Vishakhapatnam – India (GMT+05:30)Vitoria – Spain (GMT+01:00)Vizianagaram – India (GMT+05:30)Vladimir – Russia (GMT+04:00)Vladivostok – Russia (GMT+11:00)Volgograd – Russia (GMT+04:00)Vologda – Russia (GMT+04:00)Volokolamsk – Russia (GMT+04:00)Voronezh – Russia (GMT+04:00)Votkinsk – Russia (GMT+04:00)Waikanae – New Zealand (GMT+12:00)Wailua, HI – United States (GMT-10:00)Waimea, HI – United States (GMT-10:00)Waingapu – Indonesia (GMT+08:00)Wakkana – Japan (GMT+09:00)Warrnambool – Australia (GMT+10:00)Warsaw – Poland (GMT+01:00)Washington, DC – United States (GMT-05:00)Waterford – Ireland (GMT)Waterloo, ON – Canada (GMT-05:00)Wellington – New Zealand (GMT+12:00)West Wendover, NV – United States (GMT-07:00)Westford, MA – United States (GMT-05:00)Whistler, BC – Canada (GMT-08:00)White Rock, BC – Canada (GMT-08:00)Whitehorse, YT – Canada (GMT-08:00)Wichita, KS – United States (GMT-06:00)Willemstad – Curacao (GMT-04:00)Windhoek – Namibia (GMT+01:00)Window Rock, AZ – United States (GMT-07:00)Windsor, ON – Canada (GMT-05:00)Winnipeg, MB – Canada (GMT-06:00)Winston-Salem, NC – United States (GMT-05:00)Wodonga – Australia (GMT+10:00)Wollongong – Australia (GMT+10:00)Wuhan – China (GMT+08:00)Xiamen – China (GMT+08:00)Xian – China (GMT+08:00)Yakutsk – Russia (GMT+10:00)Yalta – Ukraine (GMT+02:00)Yamoussoukro – Cote d’Ivoire (GMT)Yantai – China (GMT+08:00)Yaounde – Cameroon (GMT+01:00)Yaroslavl – Russia (GMT+04:00)Yasok – Nepal (GMT+05:45)Yawnghwe – Burma (GMT+06:30)Yazd – Iran (GMT+03:30)Yellowknife, NT – Canada (GMT-07:00)Yerevan – Armenia (GMT+04:00)Yevpatoriya – Ukraine (GMT+02:00)Yigo – Guam (GMT+10:00)Yokohama – Japan (GMT+09:00)Yokosuka – Japan (GMT+09:00)Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk – Russia (GMT+11:00)Zaandam – Netherlands (GMT+01:00)Zagreb – Croatia (GMT+01:00)Zakynthos – Greece (GMT+02:00)Zaporozhye – Ukraine (GMT+02:00)Zaragoza – Spain (GMT+01:00)Zaysan – Kazakhstan (GMT+06:00)Zhengzhou – China (GMT+08:00)Zhongshan – China (GMT+08:00)Zihuatanejo – Mexico (GMT-06:00)Zupanja – Croatia (GMT+01:00)Zurich – Switzerland (GMT+01:00)
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        BST to Toen, Spain – Savvy Time

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        Time Difference

        British Summer Time is 1 hours behind CEST (Central European Summer Time)
        6:00 am06:00 in BST is 7:00 am07:00 in Toen, Spain

        BST to Toen call time
        Best time for a conference call or a meeting is between 8am-5pm in BST which corresponds to 9am-6pm in Toen

        6:00 am06:00 British Summer Time (BST). Offset UTC +1:00 hour
        7:00 am07:00 CEST (Central European Summer Time) (Toen, Spain). Offset UTC +2:00 hours

        6:00 am06:00 BST / 7:00 am07:00 Toen, Spain

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        The real reason why Spaniards eat late

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        By Jessica Jones8th May 2017

        Many travellers believe Spain’s late mealtimes are a reflection of the country’s laidback attitude, but that couldn’t be further from the truth.

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        It is 10pm in the Madrid neighbourhood of La Latina, one of the city’s oldest areas, and the cobbled streets thrum with the sounds of people enjoying plates of gambas al ajillo (garlic prawns) and cocido Madrileño (a hearty chickpea, pork and chorizo stew). Restaurants are bustling at an hour when, in most other countries, chefs would be hanging up their aprons for the night.

        While travellers might attribute Spain’s late mealtimes to the country’s laidback Mediterranean attitude, the real reason is a little more peculiar. Spaniards are living in the wrong time zone, and have been for more than 70 years.

        Spain goes by Central European Time, putting it in sync with Serbia (Credit: Facto Foto/Getty)

        Glance at a map and you’ll realise that Spain – sitting, as it does, along the same longitude as the UK, Portugal and Morocco – should be in Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). But Spain goes by Central European Time (CET), putting it in sync with the Serbian capital Belgrade, more than 2,500km east of Madrid.

        So why are Spaniards living behind their geographic time zone?

        In 1940, General Francisco Franco changed Spain’s time zone, moving the clocks one hour forward in solidarity with Nazi Germany.

        For Spaniards, who at the time were utterly devastated by the Spanish Civil War, complaining about the change did not even cross their minds. They continued to eat at the same time, but because the clocks had changed, their 1pm lunches became 2pm lunches, and they were suddenly eating their 8pm dinners at 9pm.

        After World War II ended, the clocks were never changed back. However, in 2016, Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy announced that the government was working on a plan to implement a new workday schedule ending at 6pm as opposed to 8pm. One important element of the plan was evaluating the possibility of changing Spain’s time zone from CET to GMT – something that has sparked a heated discussion throughout the country.

        With work days ending at 8pm, Spaniards save their social lives for the late hours (Credit: Stefano Politi Markovina/Alamy)

        Being 60 minutes behind the correct time zone means the sun rises later and sets later, bestowing Spain with gloriously long summer evenings and 10pm sunsets. Those who run Spain’s tourist resorts believe that more sunlight is a large draw for visitors. The regional government of the Balearic Islands ‒ which include Mallorca, Menorca and Ibiza ‒ is strongly against returning to GMT and has even campaigned to maintain year-round summer time (CET+1) to allow visitors to take full advantage of the region’s mild winter climate.

        But for many Spaniards, living in the wrong time zone has resulted in sleep deprivation and decreased productivity. The typical Spanish work day begins at 9am; after a two-hour lunch break between 2 and 4pm, employees return to work, ending their day around 8pm. The later working hours force Spaniards to save their social lives for the late hours. Prime-time television doesn’t start until 10:30pm.

        Meanwhile, in the northwestern region of Galicia, the sun doesn’t rise until after 9am in winter, meaning that residents are starting their day in the dark.

        The time difference results in long summer evenings and 10pm sunsets (Credit: PhotoStock-Israel/Alamy)

        “The fact that the time in Spain doesn’t correspond to the sun affects health, especially sleep,” said José Luis Casero, president of the National Commission for the Rationalization of Spanish Schedules, an organisation that has been campaigning for Spain to return to the correct time zone since 2006. “If we changed time zones, the sun would rise one hour earlier and we’d wake up more naturally, meal times would be one hour earlier and we’d get an extra hour’s sleep.”

        Spaniards have traditionally coped with their late nights by taking a mid-morning coffee break and a two-hour lunch break, giving them the opportunity to enjoy one of the country’s most famous traditions: the siesta.

        Changing the workday would threaten Spaniards’ customary naptime, although whether or not citizens would mind is still up for debate. A January 2017 study by research company Simple Lógica found that less than 18% of Spaniards nap regularly, while nearly 60% never take a siesta. In fact, business owners in many of the country’s major cities and holiday resorts remain open during the midday break to cater to tourists.

        Meanwhile, those who do nap express frustration when changes in their daily routine prevent them from sleeping mid-day.

        “We should really banish the siesta in Spain because it doesn’t fit with reality,” Casero said. “And with the change of time zone bringing meal times forward and giving us an extra hour of sleep, there would be less need for a rest at midday.”

        Changing the workday would threaten Spaniards’ customary siesta (Credit: Ignacio Perez Diez/Getty)

        When it comes down to it, economist Nuria Chinchilla, an expert in work-life balance at the Instituto de Estudios Superiores de la Empresa business school in Barcelona, feels that quality of life for Spaniards is more pressing than preserving an extra hour or two of evening light for tourists.

        “We have continuous jetlag,” she said. “Tourism will always be there and tourists don’t care. The number of hours of sunlight will be the same, whether it is an extra hour in the morning or in the evening.”

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        Going to Spain, you always want to know: where is this country on the world map, what time is it, what is the difference and what time zone is in Spain, how much to fly and what is the distance from Moscow.

        The time difference between Moscow and Spain is 2 hours in winter, 1 hour in summer

        The estimated difference was taken into account between the cities: Barcelona (Spain) and Moscow

        Time zones

        Moscow time zone : UTC+3 . In this time zone there are such cities, countries and regions as: Abkhazia, Adygea, Arkhangelsk region, Bahrain, Belgorod region, Belarus, Bryansk region, Vladimir region, Volgograd region, Vologda region, Voronezh region, Dagestan, Djibouti, DPR, Ivanovskaya region, Yemen, Ingushetia, Iraq, Kabardino-Balkaria, Kalmykia, Kaluga region, Karachay-Cherkessia, Karelia, Qatar, Kenya, Kirov region, Komory, Kostroma region, Krasnodar region, Kuwait, Kursk region, Leningrad region, Lipetsk region, LPR , Madagascar, Mari El, Mordovia, Moscow, Moscow Region, Murmansk Region, Nenets Autonomous District, Nizhny Novgorod Region, Novgorod Region, Oryol Region, Penza Region, Pskov Region, Komi Republic, Republic of Crimea, Rostov Region, Ryazan Region, St. Petersburg , Saratov Region, Saudi Arabia, Sevastopol, North Ossetia, Smolensk Region, Somalia, Stavropol Territory, Sudan, Tambov Region st, Tanzania, Tatarstan, Tver region, Tula region, Turkey, Uganda, Chelyabinsk region, Chechnya, Chuvashia, Eritrea, Ethiopia, South Ossetia, South Sudan, Yaroslavl region.

        Time zone in Spain : UTC+1 in winter, UTC+2 in summer. In addition to this time, residents of such countries as live in Spain at this time: Austria, Albania, Andorra, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Vatican, Hungary, Germany, Gibraltar, Denmark, continental part of Spain, Italy, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, San Marino, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Tunisia, France, Croatia, Montenegro, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Sweden, where UTC+1 time zone is used in winter and UTC+2 time zone in summer.

        Time difference between different cities and Spain: Abakan, Arkhangelsk, Astrakhan, Barnaul, Belgorod, Blagoveshchensk, Bratsk, Bryansk, Vladivostok, Vladikavkaz, Volgograd, Voronezh, Yekaterinburg, Irkutsk, Kazan, Kaliningrad, Kemerovo, Krasnodar, Krasnoyarsk , Kursk, Magnitogorsk, Mineral waters, Moscow, Murmansk, Nizhny Novgorod, Nizhnevartovsk, Nizhnekamsk, Novokuznetsk, Novosibirsk, Omsk, Orenburg, Orsk, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Perm, Rostov-on-Don, St. Petersburg, Samara, Saratov, Surgut , Syktyvkar, Tomsk, Tyumen, Ulan-Ude, Ulyanovsk, Ufa, Khabarovsk, Khanty-Mansiysk, Kharkov, Cheboksary, Chelyabinsk, Chita, Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, Yakutsk,

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        Time in Spain – the history of time zones, and the difference with Moscow

        Time difference with Moscow

        The Spanish coast is one of the most popular holiday destinations for Russians. It is for this reason that many Russians are interested in time in Spain and the difference between this country and Moscow. The latest Russian legislative initiatives could completely confuse the Russians in the issue of time difference with Spain. Like all European countries, Spain changes its clocks once a year. At the moment, in summer the time difference between mainland Spain and Moscow is 1 hour, and in winter – 2 hours. The Canary Islands, which are also part of Spain, have a different time zone, namely an hour difference with the rest of Spain. Thus, the time difference between Moscow and Tenerife is 2 hours in summer and 3 hours in winter.

        Just recently, the State Duma of the Russian Federation adopted a law according to which Russia returned to winter time (and the difference between Moscow time and Spanish is now 1 hour in summer and 2 hours in winter). And it was 2 hours in summer and 3 hours in winter!

        The history of time zones in Spain

        Unlike Russia, Spain last changed its time zone in 1940, when the Spanish dictator Francisco Franco moved the clock to match Spanish time with German time. Since then, the time in Spain has been the same as that of all of central Europe, although geographically the country is located much to the west. Portugal, neighboring Spain, for example, has remained to live according to Greenwich Mean Time – which means that there has been a time difference of one hour between the two countries that divide the Iberian Peninsula for more than 70 years.

        Many foreigners are quite surprised by the Spanish way of having lunch and dinner late. At the same time, the Spaniards have breakfast early in the morning, at the same time as people in other countries, however, to the displeasure of hungry tourists, lunch does not start until half past three, and they rarely sit down to dinner before half past ten in the evening. Spaniards go to bed late and get up quite early. This is because the Spanish time zone does not coincide with the time of the sun – usually when the sun reaches its peak in all countries around noon or something like that, but in Spain it is half past one. In Galicia, the westernmost part of mainland Spain, when the sun is at its zenith, in winter the clock does show half of the third day. All this affects the schedule of life of the Spaniards.

        The discrepancy between natural and human clocks in Spain only intensifies after the transition of Spain to daylight saving time. In general, the annual transition to daylight saving time is a very controversial measure that raises many questions in the country to this day. But the Spaniards cannot cancel this transition, no matter how much they want it – such a transition has been made mandatory by the European Commission. She, in turn, justifies the transition to summer time by saving energy resources. Thus, Spain in the summer is “ahead” of the sun for two to three hours.

        In addition, late Spanish lunches and dinners are also due to post-war Spanish poverty, when many people had to combine several jobs. After the Spanish Civil War, it was common for Spaniards to work two jobs – the first one ended around two in the afternoon, then the worker took a lunch break and went to the second job, which lasted until late in the evening, or even until night.

        In the 19th century, the time in Spain was set according to the geographical location of Madrid, but each province had its own time, depending on its geographical location. In that era, for example, in the Balearic Islands (the easternmost province of Spain) there was a 50-minute difference with Galicia (the westernmost mainland province), since the sun rose in the Balearic Islands 50 minutes earlier than in Galicia. This created certain inconveniences, and the International Meridian Conference, held in 1884, was supposed to solve this problem. The Greenwich Meridian was established at it. Finally at 1912 AD The Paris Conference established time zones around the world. In Spain, back in 1901, the Greenwich time zone, also known as GMT, was chosen. It is noteworthy that the same time zone was set in the Canary Islands, but subsequently, in 1922, the Canary Islands moved the clock back one hour compared to mainland Spain.

        Spain has always had a special attitude towards daylight saving time. Despite an earlier convention to switch to daylight saving time to save energy, Spain did not switch to daylight saving time at 1920-1923, 1925 and 1930-1936 After the outbreak of the Civil War, the zones occupied by the two opposing sides had different time zones, which led to confusion and chaos. For example, on April 2, 1938, the Republican government set the clock forward one hour, and 28 days later set the clock forward another hour. The Nationalist government set the clock forward only one hour on March 28 of that year. This led to the fact that 1939 began in the Republican zone an hour earlier than in the zone occupied by the nationalists. April 1st 1939, after the defeat of the Republicans, a single time zone was again established in Spain.

        Originally, this single time zone became Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). But already on March 15, 1940, mainland Spain and the Balearic Islands switched to GMT + 1 time at the initiative of Francisco Franco, who wanted Spain to be in the same time zone as the territories controlled by the Third Reich. This time zone is currently known as CET – Central European Time. The consequence of the country’s transition to another time zone was the ability to combine two jobs, which was very common in post-war Spain.

        Spain began to switch to summer time only from 1981. In that year, the clock was legally set on the last Sunday of March and the last Sunday of September. This rule changed in 1996, when the change to winter time began to take place on the last Sunday in October.

        Thus, Spain is one of the few countries in the world whose time zone does not coincide with the sun. Mainland Spain would be more suited to the time zone in which it was before 1940 – Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), which now includes the Canary Islands, Portugal and the United Kingdom. However, despite the demands of some of the Spaniards to change the time, Spain continues to remain in the Central European Time Zone – CET. If you have a question that you cannot find an answer to, write it in the comments or send us an e-mail, and we will try to find an answer to it

        residence permit in Spain or residence permit in Portugal? Total comparison!

        We are not going to look for the fundamental disadvantages of life in these countries, to make categorical assessments like “it’s better here, but worse here. ” We will operate only with facts. And you yourself will make a choice in favor of immigration to Portugal or Spain in accordance with your own preferences, goals and objectives.

        Portugal is not Spain, or a bit of history

        In the Middle Ages, Spain and Portugal were a single Iberia that fought with the Roman Empire with varying success. Moreover, it was the Spanish part that was considered the second most important center of the empire (of course, after Rome). The Portuguese part was more famous for its mines.

        In Portugal and Spain, from the 5th to the 10th centuries, numerous peoples ruled, starting with the Vandals and ending with the Arabs. The Arabs conquered the territory of the Iberian Peninsula in the 8th century and ruled it until the 11th century. After that, the Christian-Muslim wars began, which coincided with the period of the formation of both states. And only at the end of the 11th century did separate kingdoms begin their history.

        For Spain and Portugal, the XII-XVI centuries became the golden period, when they actively expanded due to the colonies. Of course, all this was accompanied by rivalry, which resulted in court intrigues, as a result of which the king of Spain seized the Portuguese throne.

        It’s hard to imagine now, but in the 17th century, Portugal fought fierce wars for independence from Spain, which it returned only 60 years later. During the reign of Napoleon, the Portuguese again suffered from the Spaniards, who entered into partnership with the French Empire. It came to the division of the Portuguese territories in absentia, and the king of Portugal was forced to pack his treasures and flee to Rio de Janeiro.

        After that, in Portugal there was the overthrow of the monarchy, a dictatorial regime, a revolution, the echoes of which subsided only in 1982 year. Spain, on the other hand, experienced a long struggle with the expansion of the French, civil wars, the overthrow of the monarchy, the economic heyday of the 60s and the restoration of the monarchy. Both countries joined the EU in 1986.

        As you can see, the history of the countries is closely intertwined, has a lot in common, but at the same time, both the Spaniards and the Portuguese emphasize their radical difference from their neighbors. But the unspoken rivalry between countries still persists.

        Mentality and traditions

        Before you go to live in Portugal or Spain, you need to determine whether one of these countries suits you in terms of mentality and traditions. And in this regard, they are quite different.

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          • Our compatriots include very warm
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          • Portuguese are extremely tolerant
          • , they are emotional, sociable, but at the same time,
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          • a measured way of life, they value the family
          • Portugal is related to our country by the habit of solving everything through connections
          • The Portuguese language is quite easy to learn, in addition, many people in the country speak English
          • Catholics make up 96% of the population
          • The Portuguese honor their national cuisine and are proud of port wine
          • They are the first in Europe in terms of coffee consumption, but tea is considered a drink for those who feel unwell real estate for obtaining a residence permit, where you can buy it at a 20% discount and what the year of construction of the object affects

            Spain

            • Russians, Ukrainians, Belarusians in Spain are warmly received
            • Russians are one of the leaders in buying Spanish real estate, so there are many compatriots here
            • In Spain, foreigners from Asia and Africa are cool
            • Spaniards love to relax in bars and prefer holidays to work
            • Spaniards are cheerful, temperamental, sociable , energetic, have no complexes
            • Bullfighting really emphasizes all the emotionality of the Spaniards
            • They lead a noisy life here, spend a lot of time among friends
            • Spanish is easy to learn, but Spanish is reluctant to speak English
            • In the country, 95% of the population are Catholics, and most of them actively attend church
            • The cuisine in Spain can be called international rather

            Climate and nature the sunniest in Europe: in Spain the sun shines 280 days a year, and in the south of Portugal – 300 days.

            Accordingly, they are suitable for people who tolerate high temperatures well, like mild winters without snow.

            At the same time, it is much cooler in Portugal, the air is more humid due to the influence of the Atlantic Ocean, and snow often falls in the northern mountainous regions in winter. On the coast during the winter months, the temperature rarely drops below +8 degrees. In general, Portugal is devoid of both sweltering heat and unpleasant cold.

            The best resorts in Portugal: Azores, Madeira, Setubal, Faro.

            The Spanish climate is classic Mediterranean, with dry air, low rainfall and high summer temperatures. On the Mediterranean coast, where our compatriots prefer to buy villas, the average temperature in winter is +15 degrees, and in summer +37. You can feel the influence of Africa!

            The best resorts in Spain: Canary Islands, Ibiza, Mallorca, Costa Brava, San Sebastian.

            Spain is much more diverse in landscapes, if only because of its much larger territory. Here you will find mountains and wetlands, beaches and forests, volcanoes, frozen lava flows and ponds. On weekends, you can go to the Mediterranean coast and to the Sierra Nevada ski resort.

            The relief of northern and central Portugal is mostly hilly or mountainous, with fertile and picturesque valleys and rivers. About 1/5 of the territory of Portugal is covered with forests. But in the south of the country, endless plains stretch.

            Standard of living

            Traditionally, Spain is considered to be a richer country with a higher standard of living and business opportunities. Partly it is. Let’s take a look at the 2016 Prosperity Index Global Living Standards Ranking.

            Indicators Spain Portugal
            The total standard of Life Prosperity 24th place in the world in the world in the world in the world in the world in the world0320

            27th 32th
            Opportunities for business 30th 31st

            We also note that life expectancy in Portugal is 80. 37 years (according to this g. 2012 g of 2012. ), and in Spain – 82.38 years.

            Cost of living

            As you can see, in terms of the economy, Spain is far ahead of Portugal, although the overall standard of living is about the same. At the same time, absolutely all of our compatriots who have the opportunity to compare living conditions in both countries unanimously claim that the cost of living in Portugal is much lower than in Spain.

            Personal security

            But in terms of security, the situation is reversed. More than 55% of Portuguese travel companies mention safety in the country as one of the main reasons for the influx of tourists. According to the World Economic Forum’s 2015 Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Report, Portugal was ranked tenth out of 141 countries.

            Health system

            The quality of the medical system is higher in Spain. The health care of this country is generally among the top five in Europe. Many large private clinics operate here. However, if we compare purely European countries, then Portuguese clinics are not far behind Spanish ones in terms of the quality of medical services. True, it is much cheaper to undergo treatment in Portugal.

            Doing business

            Both countries offer ample opportunities for doing business. A business in Portugal and Spain can be opened within 1-3 days. It is distinguished by ease of administration, a simple taxation system, and a small amount of government intervention.

            Education

            Traditionally, Spanish universities are ranked higher than Portuguese ones in Europe. However, if we talk about the prestige of higher education, then it is best to choose neither one nor the other, but take the opportunity to enter universities in the UK, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, which are in the European Top 10.

            Immigration to Portugal and immigration to Spain

            The governments of both countries provide favorable conditions for wealthy people who want to move here or simply obtain a residence permit in Europe for various purposes. Both Spain and Portugal have very similar migration programs for investors. 1 month.

            Type of residence permit

            “Golden visa”.

            Conditions

            • Purchase of residential, commercial real estate, land in the amount of 500 thousand euros
            • Acquisition of government bonds in the amount of 2 million euros
            • Investment of 1 million euros in shares of Spanish companies 9001 Opening a deposit in a Spanish bank in the amount of 1 million euros
            • Starting a business and creating jobs in Spain

            For whom?

            For the investor, spouse, their children and parents.

            Spanish Residence Permit Extension Scheme

            2+5+5 years.

            Spanish citizenship

            Only after 10 years.

            Residence permit in Portugal

            Term

            4-8 months.

            Type of residence permit

            “Golden visa”.

            Conditions

            • Purchase of one or more properties with a total value of EUR 500,000 or more
            • Purchase of real estate older than 30 years, which requires restoration, worth from 350 thousand euros
            • Purchase of shares of investment funds in the amount of more than 500 thousand euros
            • Direct investment in the country’s economy in the amount of more than 1.5 million euros
            • Opening business and creation of at least 10 jobs

            For whom?

            For the investor, spouse, their children and parents.

            Portuguese Residence Permit Extension Scheme

            2+2+2 years.

            Portuguese citizenship

            After 5 years.

            Purchase of real estate

            The main way to obtain a residence permit under programs for investors in both countries is the purchase of real estate. From 2022, it is allowed to buy residential real estate only in the interior regions and autonomous regions of the country. Restrictions do not apply to commercial real estate.

            Portugal

            For the amount required under the program (minimum 500 thousand euros) in Portugal, you can purchase a villa in Madeira or the Azores, as well as commercial premises in the capital Lisbon or the business center of Porto.

            What to buy?

            In particular, for 500 thousand euros you can buy a villa in Madeira with an area of ​​300-370 sq. m and a plot of 500-600 sq. m.

            Spain

            This country has one of the largest real estate markets in Europe. The list of potential bargains is endless: Madrid, Barcelona, ​​Valencia, Murcia, the resorts of the Costa Blanca, Alicante, Benidorm, Costa Azaar, Costa Calida, Costa del Sol, Marbella, Estepona, the Balearic and Canary Islands.

            What to buy?

            For example, for 500 thousand euros you can buy a villa in Costa Brava for 3-5 rooms with an area of ​​250-350 sq. m.

            Read more about the purchase in our material “Property in Spain”.

            Let’s note a few recent general trends.

            • In general, real estate is cheaper in Portugal
            • Spain has more offers of luxury propertiesBenefits of obtaining a residence permit in Spain or a residence permit in Portugal
              • The shortest time to obtain the status of
              • “Alternate airfield” in safe European countries
              • Profitable investment in real estate or business
              • Storing capital in reliable banks 9
              • Opportunity to give children a European education Schengen without visas
              • Stay in any EU country 90 days in six months without registration
              • Quality medicine
              • Holidays at the best resorts in Europe
              • Moving to countries with a high standard of living
              • In the future – obtaining European citizenship

              Barcelona and Madrid are one of the world’s shopping centers. And the Portuguese Algarve is the European capital of golf with the largest fields. Each person chooses a place to live, do business or relax in accordance with their personal considerations. And the purpose of our blog is to provide you with the maximum amount of information for reflection. Subscribe to our updates and choose the country that you like.

              Frequently Asked Questions

              What do Spain or Portugal get for investment?

              Spanish and Portuguese residence permit programs for investment help create an “alternate airfield” in the EU and give access to a number of benefits.

              • The residence permit of an EU member state allows you to freely travel within the Schengen countries without visas. A resident also has the right to stay in any EU state for up to 90 consecutive days.
              • Residents of Portugal and Spain can potentially acquire citizenship on a general basis. In Portugal – after 5 years of maintaining the status, in Spain – after 10 years.
              • In the case of Spain, there is a significant disadvantage: the country’s government does not recognize second or dual citizenship. Therefore, when applying for Spanish citizenship, a Russian passport will have to be abandoned.
              • A residence permit allows you to access the services of European banks. For example, in order to apply for a golden visa to Portugal, an investor immediately opens an account with a local bank to transfer payments under the program. In the future, the account can be used to save savings and speed up foreign exchange settlements.
              • A participant in the residence permit program for investment may include family members in the application. So, an investor, his spouse, children and parents without age restrictions can simultaneously receive a golden visa to Spain.
              • Portugal’s residence permit investment program provides slightly fewer opportunities. According to its terms, the spouse, children under 26 years old and parents over 65 years old or financially dependent on the investor can take part together with the investor.

              Which of the residence permit programs for investment costs less than 一 Spain or Portugal?

              Residence permit investment programs in Spain and Portugal differ in the set of options and the minimum investment amount. Investments under the Portuguese Golden Visa Program start at €250,000. The option with a minimum contribution implies support for the cultural heritage of the country. The most popular option allows you to return the investment after 5 years – this is the purchase of real estate. In this case, you need to invest from 350,000 € into an object for reconstruction or from 500,000 € into another real estate object. In the Spanish residence permit program for investment, the minimum threshold is 一 500,000 €. This is an option with the purchase of real estate, which can also be sold after 5 years. However, it should be borne in mind that the total cost of participation in any program consists of several components. The amount of investment for the selected option, the cost of due diligence, state duties, fees and taxes are summed up. The amount also increases when the investor’s relatives are included in the application. In each case, the final cost is calculated individually, depending on the tasks and budget of the investor.

              What are the main differences between the residence permit programs in Spain and Portugal?

              The main differences between the residence permit programs in Spain and Portugal are in the set of options, the amount of investment and citizenship prospects. The Portuguese Golden Residence Permit program offers 8 options with investments starting from €250,000. The Spanish State Investment Program has 4 options with a minimum investment of €500,000. In order to maintain the status of a resident of Portugal, an investor must fulfill the condition of mandatory stay in the country. Minimum stay: from 7 days per year. The Spanish program does not imply any obligations to stay in the country. Both countries provide an opportunity to acquire citizenship over time, but on different conditions. An investor with a residence permit status in Portugal can apply for citizenship after 5 years, if during this period he remained a resident of the country. During the application process, you will need to confirm knowledge of Portuguese at level A-2. After participating in the investment program, a Spanish passport is issued on a general basis, upon naturalization. To do this, you need to meet 2 conditions.

              • Permanently reside in the country – at least 6 months a year for 5 years of maintaining residence permit status.
              • Upon expiration of the golden visa, obtain permanent residence status on a general basis and maintain it for another 5 years.

              Thus, it is possible to apply for Spanish citizenship only 10 years after obtaining residence permit status. It is also important to note that Spain does not recognize second citizenship. That is, you will have to renounce citizenship and passports of other countries, such as Russia.

              What conditions do the Spanish and Portuguese programs offer for the investor’s family members?

              Spain and Portugal golden visa programs allow an investor to obtain a residence permit together with relatives. A residence permit in Portugal can be issued for the spouse of the investor, his children under 26 years old and parents over 65 years old or financially dependent on the investor. When applying for a residence permit in Spain for investment, you can include your spouse, children and parents without age restrictions in the application.

              How soon can a golden visa holder obtain Spanish or Portuguese citizenship?

              A holder of a golden visa for Spain or Portugal can acquire citizenship after several years of maintaining resident status. But the terms and conditions in these countries differ. An investor under the Portugal residence permit program needs to maintain resident status for 5 years before applying for citizenship. Also, the applicant must provide an A2 level certificate, which confirms the knowledge of the Portuguese language at the elementary level. Spanish citizenship is issued only by naturalization. An investor needs to live in the country for at least 6 months a year in the status of a resident. Upon the expiration of the golden visa, permanent residence is required. In total, the investor will be able to apply for citizenship 10 years after obtaining a residence permit. It is important to note that the Spanish state does not recognize dual and second citizenship. Therefore, when applying, you will have to give up your Russian or any other passport.

              Schengen Visa Information – SchengenVisaInfo.com

              A Schengen visa is a document issued by the competent authorities to an interested person to visit the countries of the Schengen area. The Schengen area consists of 26 countries that have allowed free movement of their citizens within this area, as in one country. Of the 26 countries that have entered into the Schengen Agreement, 22 are members of the EU, the other 4 are members of the EFTA.

              The Schengen area includes the main European countries except the UK. Countries such as Romania, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus and Ireland will soon sign the agreement. However, there are countries that are not part of the EU, such as Norway, Iceland, Switzerland and Liechtenstein, but are part of the Schengen area and follow a free movement policy.

            • Slovakia
            • Slovenia
            • Spain
            • Sweden
            • Switzerland
            • Liechtenstein

            A Schengen visa obtained in any member country of the Schengen area entitles the holder to free movement throughout all Schengen countries. With regard to the Schengen and EU member states, as well as the Schengen and EFTA member states, everything depends on the validity of the visa and the period of restriction.

            Which countries are part of the Schengen Agreement?

            A list of all Schengen countries can be found here!

            What does EFTA mean?

            EFTA brings together 10 Fairtrade importers from 9 European countries – Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, Switzerland and the UK. EFTA was informally founded in 1987 by some of the oldest and largest Fairtrade importers. She got official status at 1990 year. EFTA is located in the Netherlands and has Dutch constituent documents.

            How is EFTA different from the EU?

            EFTA brings together 10 Fairtrade importers from 9 European countries – Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, Switzerland and the UK. The EU is a group of 28 mostly European countries that participates in the global economy as a single economic unit and has one official currency, the euro.

            Who needs a Schengen visa?

            The countries whose citizens must obtain a Schengen visa to enter one of the member countries are listed on this page!

            When the visa is issued, how long can I stay in the Schengen area?

            Depending on the type of visa issued by a particular embassy/consulate of any Schengen country, there are various restrictions that apply to a particular visa depending on the type of travel and other relevant circumstances. However, the most common type of visa issued to travelers can be valid for no more than 90 days for every six months from the date of entry.

            When can I apply for a Schengen visa?

            Anyone can apply for a Schengen visa if they can obtain all the necessary documents and have the financial means to support themselves during their stay in the Schengen area.

            What type of Schengen visa do I need?

            Depending on the purpose/nature of your trip, there are three main types of Schengen visa issued by a specific embassy/consulate.

              • The Uniform Schengen Visa is a permit from one of the member countries of the Schengen area to travel or stay in its territory for a specified period of up to 90 days every six months from the date of entry.
              • This type of visa allows the holder to enter only the Schengen country that issued the visa or in some cases mentioned in certain Schengen countries when applying for a visa.
              • National category visa is issued to persons who are allowed to study, work or permanently reside in one of the Schengen countries.

            What is a single Schengen visa?

            According to the purpose of the trip, the unified Schengen visa applies to all categories “A” and “C”.

            • Category “A” is an airport transit visa that allows the holder to travel within the international zone of an airport in a Schengen country without entering a Schengen country. An airport transit visa is required for citizens who travel between non-Schengen countries by transferring to a plane at an airport in a Schengen country.
            • Category “C” is a short stay visa that allows the holder to reside in a Schengen country for a certain period of time, depending on the duration of the visa.

            What is the difference between an airport transit visa and a transit visa?

            An airport transit visa allows the holder to travel within the international zone of an airport in a Schengen country without entering a Schengen country. A transit visa allows the holder to move within 5 days through several Schengen countries by car, bus or plane en route to non-Schengen countries.

            What is the difference between single entry and multiple entry Schengen visa?

            A single entry visa allows the holder to enter a Schengen country once within a specified period of time. Once you leave the Schengen country you entered, your visa will expire, even if the period of stay in the country has not yet ended. A multiple entry visa allows the holder to enter the Schengen country many times.

            What is a National Restricted Area Visa (LTV)

            A National Restricted Area Visa allows the holder to enter only the Schengen country that issued the visa or in some cases mentioned in certain Schengen countries when applying for a visa. Apart from these Schengen countries, this visa is not valid in any other Schengen country.

            What is a national visa?

            A national visa can be a single entry visa issued to persons who must stay in a Schengen country for a certain period of time and for the sole purpose of returning to their country. On the other hand, the multiple entry national visa is also issued to certain persons. It allows holders to enter and leave the Schengen country at will and move throughout the Schengen area without additional restrictions.

            Is it possible to travel to several Schengen countries with one Schengen visa?

            Yes, after obtaining a visa, you can travel within the Schengen area until the visa expires.

            How to apply for a Schengen visa?

            If the applicant wants to travel to only one Schengen country, he must apply at the embassy/consulate of the respective country.

            To travel to several Schengen countries, at which embassy should I apply for a Schengen visa?

            If the applicant plans to visit two or more Schengen countries, it is highly recommended to apply at the embassy/consulate of the country of the longest stay, which is called the main destination.

            What steps must be taken to obtain a Schengen visa?

            Every person who wants to get a visa to visit a Schengen member country must apply in person, collect all the necessary documents, follow the rules and regulations, make an appointment in advance. A person who wants to apply for a visa must necessarily have a valid passport, issued at least ten years ago and with six months before the expiration date.

            What documents are required to apply for a Schengen visa?

            All the necessary documents can be found here!

            Where can I get the Schengen visa application form?

            The application form can be downloaded from this page. The application form has one format regardless of the country in which the applicant is applying for a visa.

            How to fill in the application form for a Schengen visa?

            The application form must be completed manually or on a typewriter. All columns must be completed. If the applicant believes that there are columns that do not correspond to his/her position, it is necessary to fill them with NA (no answer).

            Do I personally have to submit documents to the embassy/consulate?

            Yes. When applying for a visa, you should keep in mind that you must submit the required documents in person during an appointment at the embassy/consulate.

            Do I have to make an appointment at the embassy/consulate or can I come at any time?

            It depends on the embassy/consulate where you apply. It is usually required to make an appointment in advance by phone/email. For exact information, the applicant should contact the specific embassy/consulate.

            What is usually asked in an interview for a Schengen visa?

            During the interview, you must answer questions about your whereabouts, intended trip, and other travel details. Be sure to answer directly and correctly.

            Can the embassy/consulate require additional documents other than the required documents?

            Yes. In addition to the required documents, when applying for a Schengen visa, depending on the type of visa, the embassy/consulate may require several additional documents.

            Should I buy an air ticket before or after obtaining a visa?

            After. You must have a copy of your booked return ticket for the duration of your trip. It is not recommended to buy a ticket before obtaining a visa, if there is no such need.

            If there is a person waiting for me in a Schengen country, how can this be documented at the embassy/consulate?

            If you are applying for a Schengen visa while visiting friends or relatives living in the Schengen area there are some additional documents that need to be attached in order to prove it, such as:

            • Official invitation from a relative/friend living in a Schengen country.
            • If the applicant claims to pay all travel expenses, proof of financial status must be provided. If a relative/friend pays all the expenses of the applicant, the competent authorities issue an official document to the resident of the Schengen country (in this case, the relative/friend) for submission.
            • If the applicant will pay all expenses himself, it is enough to provide the name, address and a copy of the relative/friend’s passport. If the relative/friend is not a citizen of a Schengen country, a copy of the residence permit must be attached.

            How much money do you need to have to get a Schengen visa?

            Sufficient amount to cover all expenses during the trip – accommodation and daily expenses.

            Do I need to send copies of previous visas when applying for a Schengen visa?

            Yes, if you have them.

            How long will it take to receive an answer after applying for a Schengen visa?

            Although usually the procedure for obtaining a visa takes no more than 24-48 hours, sometimes this process takes much longer, from 14 to 21 days in some countries for some citizens.

            Can I apply for a Schengen visa in a country where I am not a resident?

            Yes. If you must apply for a Schengen visa in a country where you are not a resident, justification as to why you applied in that country will suffice.

            What needs to be done to extend the Schengen visa?

            For valid personal, professional, medical or other reasons, the applicant must contact the relevant authority of the country of residence in the Schengen area and apply for an extension of the Schengen visa.

            What documents are required to obtain a Schengen visa when traveling for study?

            Study trip:

            • Two application forms must be completed first.
            • Letter of acceptance to a school/college/university in a Schengen country
            • Proof of accommodation and funds available during your stay in the Schengen area.

            For more information about the student visa, please visit the Student Schengen Visa.

            Are additional documents required for staying more than 90 days in a Schengen country?

            Yes. Depending on the type of your trip, there are several documents that you need to submit in order to obtain a long-stay visa of the National “D” visa type.

            What is a residence permit?

            Permanent residence is a person’s visa status: a person has the right to permanent residence in a country of which he/she is not a citizen. A person who has this status is called a permanent resident.

            Is it possible to travel within the Schengen area with a residence permit?

            A residence permit allows you to travel freely throughout the Schengen area without any additional documents. The residence permit is stamped in the passport. However, you must inform the authorities if you intend to travel to and from the Schengen area.

            What if I don’t have an embassy/consulate of a particular country in my home country?

            Some third world countries may not have an embassy/consulate of the specific Schengen country whose visa you need. However, this is not a problem as there are representatives from the embassy/consulate of the country who represent the interests of that and their own country, which is responsible for issuing visas to applicants.

            What documents do I need to submit when applying for a Schengen visa if I am a self-employed person?

            If the applicant is the owner of the company in which he (s) works, you must attach a company registration certificate, tax returns and a recent bank statement.

            Can I get a Schengen visa if I am a minor?

            Yes. Both parents/guardians must sign the application form. Both parents must sign the form if they are divorced/separated and have joint custody of the child. If one parent has custody of the child, then only that parent must sign the application form.

            Are there additional documents that a minor must have in order to obtain a Schengen visa?

            Yes, the following:

            • Child’s birth certificate.
            • Both parents/guardians or the parent with custody of the child in the event of a divorce must sign the application form.
            • Family Court decision if only one parent has custody of the child.
            • If the minor will be traveling alone, a notarized parental authorization signed by both parents or guardians must be enclosed.

            Is it possible to get a refund if a Schengen visa is refused?

            No. When applying for a visa there is a mandatory non-refundable visa fee.

            Where can I pay for a Schengen visa?

            The Schengen visa fee can be paid at the specific consulate/embassy in cash, debit or credit card.

            Is the Schengen visa fee the same for adults and children?

            No. Children aged 6-12 need to pay only 35 euros, children under 6 do not need to pay.

            What is travel insurance?

            Travel health insurance covers medical expenses in the event of an injury or unexpected illness during a trip. In addition to medical expenses, travel insurance is designed to cover various losses incurred during a trip in your own country and other countries.

            Where can I buy travel insurance?

            Travelers can buy an individual travel insurance policy for the days they plan to spend in the Schengen area from a legitimate insurance/travel agency. The insurance policy can be bought online or in the usual way, depending on the chosen company.

            Should everyone have travel insurance?

            Any temporary traveler to the Schengen area from a country whose citizens require a visa, including individual or group visitors, tourists or business travelers, must have insurance for the duration of their stay in the Schengen area.

            Do I need to have a medical card with me when traveling abroad?

            This is highly recommended if you have a health problem.

            If I get injured while playing extreme sports while on vacation, will insurance pay my medical bills?

            No, this is usually not covered by insurance. However, this can be done at an additional cost.

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            All enclaves of the world – Vlast – Kommersant

            After the annexation of Crimea to Russia, a new non-sovereign enclave formation appeared on the political map of the world. “Vlast” conducted an audit of the existing enclaves: how they appeared, what role they play, how their relations with the “mother” territory and surrounding countries are built.

            1. Akrotiri Sovereign Military Base

            Type: semi-enclave

            Mother state: Great Britain

            The surrounding state: Cyprus

            The year of occurrence: 1960

            Square (sq. Km): 121.6

            Population: ~ 5000 9000

            Distance to the maternal state (km): 3100

            Administrative status: part of the overseas territory of Akrotiri and Dhekelia

            The establishment of the sovereign military bases of Akrotiri and Dhekelia (see N17) was part of the agreement granting independence to Cyprus in 1960 year. The Cypriot authorities periodically make statements about the elimination of the bases as a “legacy of colonialism.” London is linking the issue with negotiations on the unification of the Turkish and Greek parts of the island, currently frozen. Akrotiri is home to the British Air Force base and the headquarters of the British forces in Cyprus, the commander of which simultaneously heads the civil administration. The enclave has its own court and police, some of the powers in relation to the citizens of Cyprus from the service personnel have been transferred to Cypriot officials. There is no border control in the enclave.

            What is an enclave

            The term “enclave” usually refers to a part of a state completely surrounded by the territory of another. At the same time, the geographical and political variations of this phenomenon are diverse.

            The type of formations described above are classified as complete enclaves (see chart above). If, instead of land, a region is separated by foreign territorial waters, we are talking about island enclaves, which are divided into sea and lake.

            If a territory is surrounded by another state on land, but has access to the sea, it is considered a semi-enclave or a coastal enclave.

            The category peneenclaves (lat. paene – “almost”) – territories that are de jure connected with the mother country, but de facto separated from it due to natural conditions, that is, practically achievable only through third countries . As a rule, peneenclaves are located in mountainous areas. In some cases, it is difficult to determine the difference between a peneenclave and simply hard-to-reach terrain, so the list of enclave formations in this guide is not exhaustive. First of all, this concerns territories that have a de facto enclave status only at certain times of the year.

            In most cases, the same territorial entity acts as an exclave in relation to the parent state and an enclave in terms of the surrounding state. However, there are also pure exclaves – separated parts of the country bordering more than one state. Pure exclaves are subdivided into land and sea types.

            If several enclaves connected with each other are located in a limited area at once, we are talking about enclave complexes.

            Sometimes enclaves can be organized like a doll, one within the other. For example, Nahwa is an enclave of the UAE within Oman’s Madha, which itself is an enclave of the UAE. Territorial fragments like Nakhwa are called second-order enclaves. There are 32 such enclaves in the world and one unique enclave of the third order.

            The key characteristic of any enclave entity is the sovereignty of the parent state over it. Therefore, territories under the control of international organizations (for example, the UN headquarters in New York) cannot be considered enclaves. Similarly, the US military base Guantanamo Bay in Cuba or the Baikonur Cosmodrome leased by Russia from Kazakhstan cannot be classified as enclaves.

            2. Alusemas

            Type: island enclave

            Maternal state: Spain

            The surrounding state: Morocco

            The year of occurrence: 1559

            Square (sq. Km): 0.046

            parent state (km): 158

            Administrative status: administered by the central government of Spain

            In 1559, Morocco gave Alusemas to Spain as a thank you for supporting the war with the Ottoman Empire. De facto, the Spaniards occupied the island in 1673. Alusemas was used as a prison and a trading port. After the shift of trading activity to the coast, the resident population left the island. The enclave consists of three islands: Alusemas, Tierra and De Mar. The largest island – Alusemas – is located 300 meters from the Moroccan coast, it has a garrison of 25-30 people from the 32nd mixed artillery regiment based in Melilla. Since 2005, civilian visits to the island have been restricted. NATO’s responsibility does not extend to Alusemas.

            How enclaves come and go

            Enclaves reflect the most important milestones in world history on the political map of the world.

            The term “enclave” in its modern sense began to be used in diplomatic circulation at the beginning of the 16th century. By that time, enclaves had already taken place as a phenomenon in the feudal system, which implied a patchwork principle of ownership of territories. In the course of the formation of nation-states, almost all feudal enclaves disappeared or became intra-state. For example, the German Empire included more than 170 enclaves. Some, like San Marino, have survived to this day as an enclave state.

            The second stage of the emergence of enclaves is associated with the formation of colonial empires. The outposts captured in Africa and Asia eventually turned into separate administrative units of the metropolises. With the collapse of the colonial system, the vast majority of them were absorbed by the surrounding states. This, in particular, happened with the French and Portuguese possessions in India. For example, the popular resort of Goa was an exclave of Portugal until 1961.

            The last wave of appearance and disappearance of enclaves began after the Cold War. Its completion was marked by the elimination of one of the main symbols of confrontation – the enclave of West Berlin. At the same time, the disintegration of the USSR and Yugoslavia led to the emergence of many new enclaves that were previously subnational. During the demarcation of the borders of new states, some of them were eliminated. Such a fate befell, in particular, the Lithuanian enclave in Belarus Pagiriai, which existed from 1955 years old. In 1996, the parties exchanged territories, and Pagiriai became the Belarusian Pogiri.

            The exchange of territories is only one of the ways to end the existence of the enclave. It can also occur through the annexation of the enclave by the surrounding state or, conversely, by the seizure by the mother state of the territory separating it from the exclave. The latter option illustrates the example of the “Polish Corridor” that separated Germany from East Prussia and served as one of the reasons for the outbreak of World War II. In addition, for “de-enclave” it is possible to create a special transport corridor with a special status. Finally, the enclave may lose its status if it gains independence.

            Despite the fact that the problem of separatism is considered, especially in Russia, to be closely related to the enclave problem, in modern history there have been only two examples of the separation of enclaves from the mother state. In 1961, Syria withdrew from the United Arab Republic, which it joined in 1958. In 1971, as a result of a civil war, East Bengal seceded from Pakistan and became the independent state of Bangladesh.

            3. Alaska

            Type: semi-enclave

            Maternal state: USA

            The surrounding state: Canada

            The year of occurrence: 1799

            Square (sq. Km): 1 717 856

            9000

            Distance to mother state (km): 847

            Administrative status: US state

            In 1867, the US bought Alaska from Russia for $7.2 million.The 59th became the 49th US state. The development of Alaska was predetermined by the development of gold and oil deposits, which have been mined to date in the amount of more than $ 670 billion. Alaska is the largest US state in terms of area and at the same time the state with the lowest population density. Due to the long distances and harsh climate, for a long time the only way to communicate with the rest of Alaska of the American territory was by sea. During World War II, a 2.7 thousand km long highway was built across Canada.

      Name Maternal
      State
      Square (sq.
      km)
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      . Spain 0.019
      3 Brasovitsa Croatia 0.03
      4 ALUSEMASIA 9021 ALUSEMAS0321

      10 Chafarinas Islands Spain 0.525

      905 excluding complex enclaves7

      The most populated enclavic formations

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      Maternal
      State

      The surrounding state: Paraguay

      The occurrence: 1876

      Square (sq. Km): ~ 320

      Population (man): 200004

      Distance to the maternal state: 1: 1: 1 ,1

      Administrative status: part of the department of Itusaingo in the province of Corrientes

      The Apipe Islands (Apipe Grande, Apipe Chico, San Martin and Los Patos) on the Parana River began to be settled in the 16th century. In the middle of the 19th century, they became the subject of a territorial dispute between Paraguay and Argentina. According to the 1852 treaty, Apipa went to Argentina, and the 1876 agreement defined the border along the main fairway of Parana, passing between the islands and the Argentine coast. You can get to and leave Apipe, surrounded by the territorial waters of Paraguay, only after going through immigration procedures. Conflicts related to the order of movement of people and goods, as well as fishing, periodically lead to border incidents.

      5. Arnasai

      Type: Poloangca

      Maternal state: Kazakhstan

      The surrounding state: Uzbekistan

      Square ()

      Population (persons): 0

      Distance to the mother state (km): 15

      Administrative status: part of Shardara district of South Kazakhstan region

      After the delimitation and demarcation of the border between Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, the village of Arnasay was surrounded on three sides by the territory of Uzbekistan, and on the fourth side by the Shardara reservoir. In 2010, Uzbek border guards blocked all entrances to the village. After that, the district authorities decided to resettle all residents (71 families) to the “mainland”. Now the border outpost of Kazakhstan is located in the semi-enclave.

      6. Artsvashen (Bashkend)

      Type: Full Enclave

      Maternal State: Armenia

      The surrounding state: Azerbaijan

      Get of occurrence: 1991

      Square (sq. Km): 40

      Distance to the mother state (km): 3.3

      Administrative status: part of the Gegharkunik region

      In the 1930s, the village turned out to be an enclave of the Armenian SSR on the territory of the Azerbaijan SSR. In 1992, it was occupied by Azerbaijani troops. Armenian refugees from Artsvashen (nearly 3 thousand people) settled in nearby settlements in Armenia. The administration of Artsvashen in exile operates in the Armenian city of Chambarak.

      7. Baarle-Nassau

      Type: enclave complex

      Mother state: Netherlands

      Surrounding state: Belgium

      The occurrence: 1198

      Square (sq. Km): 0.151

      Population: 130

      Distance to the maternal state (km): 0.027

      9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 : part of the community of the same name in the province of North Brabant

      The enclave complex arose during the delimitation of the lands of different feudal lords, typical for that era. With short breaks at the end of the 18th and beginning of the 19th centuries, when Barla was united as part of France and the Netherlands, the complex has existed for more than 800 years and is considered the oldest in the world. Baarle-Nassau comprises eight enclaves, closely intertwined with the 22 Belgian enclaves of Baarle-Hertog (see N8). The final demarcation of the borders was completed only at 1995, but in the context of the EU, boundary stones play the role of a tourist attraction.

      8. Barle-Hertog

      Type: Encloid complex

      Maternal State: Belgium

      Opeir State: Netherlands 9000 2,345

      Population (persons): 2250

      Distance to mother state (km): 0. 039

      Administrative status: commune in the province of Antwerp

      troops. After the Second World War and until the early 1990s, the enclaves of Baarle were a major center for smuggling. Almost half of the inhabitants of Baarle-Hertog are Dutch by nationality. Due to the prevalence of mixed marriages and the common historical fate, both in the Belgian and in the Dutch part of Baarle, the idea of ​​​​a special identity of the inhabitants, indirectly connected with the mother states, prevails.

      9. Barak

      Type: Full Enclave

      Maternal State: Kyrgyzstan

      The environment: Uzbekistan

      1991

      Square (signs) 07

      Population (persons): 150

      Distance to the mother state (km): 1.5

      Administrative status: part of Ak-Tash village administration of Kara-Suu district of Osh oblast

      Due to Islamist activity and ethnic tensions in the Ferghana Valley, the Uzbek authorities have periodically blocked access to the enclave since 1999. The last time this happened was in January 2013 due to a border incident in the Uzbek exclave Sokh in Kyrgyzstan. In 2011, residents of the enclave turned to US President Barack Obama for help in solving their problems, promising to add his last name to the name of the village if successful. By 2015, most of the population of Barak left the village, having received land plots in the Osh region of Kyrgyzstan.

      10. Barchudarly

      Type: Full Enclave

      Maternal State: Azerbaijan

      Operating State: Armenia

      Square (Kl.

      Population (persons): n/a

      Distance to mother state (km): 0.73

      Administrative status: part of Gazakh region

      During the Armenian-Azerbaijani war in 1992, the village came under the control of Armenia. More than 2,000 Azerbaijanis left the enclave. The positions of the armed forces of Armenia and Azerbaijan are located in the Barkhudarly region, military incidents periodically occur.

      11. Brezovica Žumberacka

      Type: complete enclave

      Mother state: Croatia

      Surrounding state: Slovenia

      origin:

      0113 1991

      Area (sq km): 0.03

      Population (persons): 19

      Distance from mother state (km): 0.1

      Ozal, Karlovac County

      The village of Brezovica on the Slovenian-Croatian border is divided into two parts: the Slovenian Brezovica pri Metlika and the Croatian Brezovica Žumberačka. Croatian Brezovica is an enclave, but there are no actual border controls and people move freely across the border.

      12. Busingen-am-Hhramin

      Type: Full Enclave

      Maternal State: Germany

      The Squire State: Switzerland

      : 1465

      9012) : 7.62

      Population (persons): 1352

      Distance to the mother state (km): 0.689

      Administrative status: commune in the district of Constance Baden- Würtenberg0003

      In the 15th century the enclave became part of the Austrian Landgraviate of Nellenburg. As a result of the Napoleonic wars, it became part of the German state of Baden and subsequently the German Empire. In 1918, in a referendum, 96% of the inhabitants voted in favor of joining Switzerland. This did not happen because the Swiss side did not offer territorial compensation. It is under partial Swiss jurisdiction in terms of customs regulation and maintenance of public order. Both German and Swiss police operate in Büsingen, the Swiss franc is used along with the euro, two postal codes and telephone codes are used simultaneously.

      13. Hurry

      Type: Full Enclave

      Maternal State: Tajikistan

      The environment: Kyrgyzstan

      ,7

      Population (persons): 23 121

      Distance to the mother state (km): 5.3

      Administrative status: rural community of Isfara district of Sughd region

      Vorukh is the only road that connects the Leilek district of the Batken region in the far west of Kyrgyzstan with the rest of the country. The enclave is 95% Tajik and 5% Kyrgyz. The border in the enclave area has not yet been completely delimited. In 2014, there were a number of incidents between Tajik and Kyrgyz border guards, including gunfights. The negotiations that followed culminated in an agreement to build a separate road from Vorukh to the Tajik city of Isfara.

      14. Gas sector

      Type: Pure exclus

      Maternal state: Palestine

      The surrounding state: Egypt, Israel

      : 9000 9000

      9000: 9000 9000) 360

      Population (persons): 1,816,379

      Distance to mother state (km): 33.84

      Administrative status: includes five provinces (muhafazin) of the partially recognized state of Palestine

      The Palestine partition plan singled out the city of Gaza with the surrounding area for the creation of an Arab state. As a result of the war of 1947-1949, Egyptian troops held a narrow strip, called the Gaza Strip. From that moment on, the territory was alternately controlled by Egypt and Israel. In 2005, the Israelis withdrew their troops and settlements from the sector, handing over control to the Palestinian Authority. Over 80% of the population of the Gaza Strip depends on international aid, over ? residents have refugee status. Crossing the border is strictly limited and is possible only through the checkpoint Rafah (Egypt) and Eretz (Israel). Because of this, the main flow of people and goods to the exclave goes through a network of illegal underground tunnels.

      15. Gibraltar

      Type: Poloangcam

      Maternal state: Great Britain

      Opeir State: Spain

      1713

      Square)

      Population (persons): 32,734

      Distance from mother state (km): 1535

      Administrative status: overseas territory

      In 1713, as a result of the War of the Spanish Succession, Gibraltar was transferred to Great Britain. In 1967 and 2002, residents voted against leaving British sovereignty. Nevertheless, official Madrid continues to advocate the “decolonization” of Gibraltar. More than 80% of the population is represented by Gibraltarians – descendants of migrants who came to the “British” period in the history of this territory, who separated into a separate people. In Gibraltar, a separate Yanito dialect (a mixture of English and Spanish) is common, and its own currency (the Gibraltar pound) is in circulation. The enclave is not part of the common customs territory of the EU and the Schengen Agreement, so transport and documents are checked at the border with Spain.

      16. Tomb of Suleiman-Shah

      Type: Full Enclave

      Maternal State: Turkey

      Opeir State: Syria

      n/a

      Population (persons): 0

      Distance to mother state (km): 0.2

      Administrative status: no separate status

      According to a 1921 agreement between Turkey and France, the tomb of Suleiman Shah, the grandfather of Osman I, the founder of the Ottoman Empire, was recognized as a Turkish possession in Syria with the right to deploy a military contingent there. In 1973, during the construction of the El Asad reservoir, the memorial was moved 85 km north of its original location. Since the beginning of the civil war in Syria, the Turkish authorities have repeatedly stated that they consider the tomb to be Turkish territory and, moreover, part of NATO. The Syrian side believes that the legal status implies possession without the right of sovereignty. Due to the threat of destruction from Islamic State militants, on February 22, 2015, Turkey conducted an army operation to evacuate the tomb.

      17. Sovereign Military Base Decelia

      Type: Pure exclus

      Maternal state: UK

      The surrounding state: Cyprus, Turkish Cyprus

      9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 sq. km): 129.3

      Population (persons): ~5700

      Distance to mother state (km): 3150

      Administrative status: part of the overseas territory of Akrotiri and Dhekelia

      Unlike Akrotiri (see N1), Dhekelia borders not only on Cyprus, but also on the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC), recognized only by Turkey, and also adjoins the buffer zone UN separating the Greek and Turkish parts of the island. Movement across the border with the TRNC is carried out through a checkpoint. Four Cypriot enclaves are located on the territory of the base at once: the villages of Xylotimbou and Ormidia, as well as the Dhekelia power station and the refugee camp of the Cypriot electricity company (see N18) separated by a road under British sovereignty. The Agios Nikolaos electronic intelligence station, presumably part of the Echelon global tracking system, operates as part of the base.

      18. Outstation

      Type: Full Enclave

      Maternal State: Cyprus

      The environment: Great Britain

      0.161

      Population (persons): 0

      Distance to mother state (km): 3.617

      Administrative status: no separate status

      Dhekelia Power Station is a second order Cypriot enclave completely surrounded by the British sovereign military base of the same name. It has access to the sea, but the water area belongs to British territorial waters, so it cannot be considered a semi-enclave.

      19. Dzhangail

      Type: full enclave

      Mother state: Uzbekistan

      Surrounding state: Kyrgyzstan

      0113 1991

      Area (sq. km): ~1

      Population (persons): n.a. district of the Fergana region

      Of the four enclaves of Uzbekistan in Kyrgyzstan, Dzhangail is the smallest and closest to the border of the mother state. According to satellite images, it is a cultivated field without a permanent population.

      20. Oaks

      Type: Full Enclave

      Maternal State: Russia

      The surrounding state: Estonia

      Get of occurrence: 1990 9000 9000

      Population (persons): 4

      Distance to the mother state (km): 1.96

      Administrative status: village in the rural settlement of Kuleyskaya volost, Pechora district, Pskov region

      Since 1920, Dubki has been part of the Pechora district of Estonia. In 1944, the county was transferred to the RSFSR. When preparing the border treaty, options for liquidating the enclave were discussed, but in the final document of 2014, Dubki remained Russian territory. The settlement is located on the shores of Lake Pskov and is surrounded by the territory of Estonia by land. Since the access to the lake is limited by Estonian territorial waters, it can be considered a complete enclave. According to the 2002 census, six people lived in Dubki, all Russians. Subsequently, the media reported on four elderly residents. In 2004, the enclave was visited by State Duma deputy Alexei Mitrofanov, who came up with a proposal to create a tax offshore there.

      21. Dubrovnik-Nereta

      Type: Pure exclus

      Maternal state: Croatia

      The surrounding state: Cherniye, Bosnia and Herzegovina

      19000 9000

      9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 km): 1781

      Population (persons): 122,568

      Distance to mother state (km): 2. 37

      Administrative status: county (region) within Croatia

      In 1699, the city-state of Dubrovnik transferred a small section of the Adriatic coast near the city of Neum to the Ottoman Empire, creating a buffer zone with the possessions of the Venetian Republic. The “Neum Corridor” has been preserved as part of Bosnia and Herzegovina and separates part of the county of Dubrovnik-Neretva from the rest of Croatia. After the collapse of Yugoslavia, the authorities of the two states could not agree on a simplified transit procedure. The situation worsened in 2013 with the entry of Croatia into the EU, where Bosnia and Herzegovina is not included. Due to the expected accession to the Schengen in the summer of 2015, the Croatian authorities are considering options for building a bridge or tunnel to bypass the Neumsky corridor.

      22. Cabinet

      Type: Clean exclus

      Maternal state: Angola

      Operating State: Republic of the Congo, Democratic Republic

      Square:

      3 1885 9000 9000 9000

      9000

      9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 ):

      7,273. 25

      Population (persons): 688 285

      Distance to mother state (km): 49

      Administrative status: a province within Angola

      Modern Cabinda became a protectorate of Portugal in 1885. Until 1956, the region was administered as a separate administrative unit. With the beginning of oil development in the 1950s, the liberation movement FLEC unfolded in Cabinda. After Angola gained independence in 1975, FLEC began an armed struggle with the central authorities and continues to do so to this day. The people of Cabinda are related to the related ethnic groups of the Congo Basin and have never associated themselves with Angola. Communication between the exclave and the “mainland” is carried out by air and sea transport due to the underdevelopment of land infrastructure.

      23. Kairagach (West Kalach)

      Type: Full Enclave

      Maternal State: Tajikistan

      The surrounding state: Kyrgyzstan:

      3

      9012) : ~0. 88

      Population (persons): 150

      Distance to mother state (km): 2.36

      Administrative status: part of Isfara district of Sughd region

      Due to the incomplete process of demarcation and delimitation of the border between Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan, conflicts regularly occur along the perimeter of the enclave over access to pastures and water.

      24. Kaliningrad region

      Type: Clean exclus

      Maternal state: Russia

      The surrounding state: Poland, Lithuania

      : 1990 9000 9000 Square (sample) 15 125

      The population (person): 968 256

      Distance to the maternal state (km): 365

      Administrative status: subject (region) as part of the Russian Federation

      Kaliningrad (Koenigsberg) was founded in 1255. Together with the adjacent lands of East Prussia, it is an example of the historical sustainability of the existence of enclave formations. In 1701-1772 it was an exclave of the Kingdom of Prussia, in 1919-1939 – Germany, since 1990 – Russia. The area is surrounded by the territory of the EU countries and the Schengen agreement. To travel by land transport from the Russian Federation, a foreign passport and a transit document issued by Lithuania are required. At the same time, there is a simplified procedure for obtaining short-term visas to Poland for local residents. According to polls, more than 40% of the inhabitants of the Kaliningrad region have never been to “continental” Russia.

      25. Campione d’Italia

      Type: complete enclave

      Maternal state: Italy

      The surrounding state: Switzerland

      The year of occurrence: 1512

      2 Square (sq. Km): 2.68

      9000 9000 9000): 9000): 9,000 Distance to the mother state (km): 0.72

      Administrative status: commune in the province of Como in the Lombardy region

      Located on the shores of Lake Lugano, the city of Campione has been known since the 1st century BC. e. Since 777, it was owned by one of the abbeys of the Archbishopric of Milan. With the transition in 1512 of the adjacent lands to the Swiss canton of Ticino, Campione turned into an enclave. At the beginning of the 19th century, several attempts were made to incorporate the city into Switzerland, all of which ended in failure. Campione d’Italia has the largest, according to its own data, casino in Europe. Since the main source of income is gambling, the enclave has a unique low-tax regime (no VAT and municipal taxes). The Swiss franc is in circulation, there is no border control between the enclave and the territory of Switzerland.

      The Kita Sueño Shoal in the Caribbean has been the subject of a territorial dispute for many years between Colombia on one side and the US and Nicaragua on the other. The US unilaterally dropped its claims in the 1970s. In 2012, the International Court of Justice in The Hague recognized the sovereignty of Colombia over the islands. At the same time, the court determined that the archipelago was completely surrounded by the waters of Nicaragua, which turned it into an island enclave.

      27. Kleinwalsertal

      Type: peneenclave

      Maternal state: Austria

      The surrounding state: Germany

      occurrence: XIV century

      2 Square (sq. Km): 96.85

      9000 9000 9000 9000 9000) Distance to mother state (km): 0

      Administrative status: Mittelberg municipality in the Bregenz district of Vorarlberg

      The Kleinwalsertal Alpine valley was settled in the 14th century. In the middle of the 15th century, the region became a possession of Austria. At 1891 year the valley joined the customs territory of Germany while maintaining Austrian sovereignty. After World War II, the Kleinwalsertal became a popular ski resort. The only land road to the peneenclave passes through the German city of Oberstdorf.

      28. Republic of Crimea

      Type: semi-enclave

      Parent state: Russia

      Surrounding state: Ukraine

      0113 2014

      Square (sq. Km): 26 081

      Population (person): 1 893 245

      Distance to the maternal state (km): 4.7

      Administrative status: subject (republic) within the Russian Federation

      On March 16, 2014, against the backdrop of the political crisis in Ukraine, over 96% of Crimean residents voted in a referendum to join Russia. Most countries of the world do not recognize the new status of Crimea, a number of Western states have imposed sanctions against the Crimean economy. Previously, the peninsula was almost completely dependent on supplies from the mainland of Ukraine. The only way to get to Crimea by land transport, bypassing Ukrainian territory, is by ferry across the Kerch Strait. Currently, in order to solve Crimea’s infrastructure problems, several expensive projects are being implemented or are being developed.

      29. Xylhemu

      Type: Full Enclave

      Maternal State: Cyprus

      Operating State: UK

      Square (sample)

      Population (persons): 3593

      Distance to mother state (km): 2. 114

      Administrative status: part of Larnaca district

      Xylotimbou is one of four second order Cypriot enclaves located inside the British sovereign base Dhekelia (N17). After the Second World War, there was a camp in which the British held more than 50,000 Jews who wanted to emigrate to Israel. Most of the residents work at the Dhekelia base or are employed in the tourism industry. Freedom of movement is not limited.

      30. Cooch Bihar

      Type: enclave complex

      Mother State: Bangladesh

      The surrounding state: India

      The year of occurrence: 1713

      Square (sq. Km): 69,695

      population: ~ 40 000

      9012 km): no data

      Administrative status: no separate status

      Appeared as a result of an agreement between the Mughal Empire and the Indian principality of Cooch-Bihar in 1713. The Mughals annexed most of the principality, but some lands remained in the ownership of the former feudal lords. According to local legend, the enclaves arose during a game of chess between the rajas, who staked land plots. At the division of British India in 19In 1947, the enclaves acquired an interstate character. Bangladesh owns 92 enclaves in the districts of Cooch Bihar and Jalpaiguri in the Indian state of West Bengal. The largest of them, Dahargram-Angarpota, is connected to the main territory by a 178 m long corridor. Due to the complex configuration of the border and the access control, access to some enclaves is impossible even for official authorities.

      31. Cooch Bihar

      Type: enclave complex

      Mother state: India

      The surrounding state: Bangladesh

      The occurrence: 1713

      Square (sq. Km): 49.728

      Population (person): 37 369

      Distance to the maternal state (K): n/a

      Administrative status: no separate status

      The Principality of Cooch Bihar officially joined independent India only in 1949, so the problem of border enclaves was not resolved during the division of British India. India owns 106 enclaves in Bangladesh. They play a disproportionate role in Indian politics. Since changes to state borders require changes to the constitution, the Indian side has not ratified the agreement 1974 years on the exchange of a number of enclaves and the “straightening” of the border with Bangladesh.

      32. Kyarki (Tigranashen)

      Type: Full Enclave

      Maternal State: Azerbaijan

      Army: Armenia:

      3 9000 9012, 1991

      9012 19

      Population (persons): n/a

      Distance to mother state (km): 3.85

      Administrative status: part of the Sadarak region of the Nakhichevan Autonomous Republic

      The village of Kyarki was occupied by Armenian armed formations in January 1990. Azerbaijani refugees from the enclave moved to the territory of the Nakhichevan Autonomous Republic. In Armenia, the village was renamed Tigranashen.

      33. Cyprus Electricity Refugee Camp

      Type: full enclave

      Mother State: Cyprus

      The surrounding state: Great Britain

      The year of occurrence: 1974

      Square (sq. Km): ~ 0.28

      population: 700

      Distance to the maternal state (km): 3.613

      Administrative status: no separate status

      This enclave of the second order appeared after the invasion of the north of Cyprus by the Turkish army as a camp for temporary accommodation of refugees. Subsequently, local authorities transformed it into a permanent settlement. The main population is the Greeks who left the nearby Famagusta. The enclave is separated from another Cypriot enclave, the Dhekelia power station (N18), under British sovereignty by a road. Freedom of movement is not limited.

      34. Lukoma

      Type: Ostrovnaya Enclave

      Maternal State: Malawi

      Opeir State: Mozambik

      9000

      Population (persons): 9000

      Distance to mother state (km): 55

      Administrative status: district within Malawi

      At the end of the 19th century, the island was chosen as the headquarters of the British University Missionary Mission. When drawing the borders between the colonial possessions of Great Britain and Portugal, it turned out to be part of Nyasaland, now independent Malawi, but at the same time it is completely surrounded by the territorial waters of Mozambique in Lake Nyasa. The island is home to one of the largest cathedrals in Africa – St. Peter’s. There are regular air and water links between Likoma and Malawi.

      35. LIVIA

      Type: Full Enclave

      Maternal State: Spain

      Operating State: France

      1660

      Square) 83

      Population (persons): 1665

      Distance from the mother state (km): 1.644

      Administrative status: municipality of the province of Girona

      By treaty after the Franco-Spanish war of 1635-1659, France annexed all the Catalan villages north of the Pyrenees. Since Llivia had the official status of a city, it remained Spanish, but became an enclave surrounded by French territory. Llivia and the rest of Spain are connected by a highway, which until the mid-1990s had a neutral status, implying a ban on the movement of cars from third countries. At its intersection with the French road, there was a “war of signs” for a long time – each side considered its own road to be the main one. The confrontation lost its relevance with the accession of both countries to the EU and the Schengen agreement.

      36. Madha

      Type: Full Enclave

      Maternal State: Oman

      Operating State: OAE

      1969

      Square (KV):

      Population (persons): 2260

      Distance to mother state (km): 30

      Administrative status: vilayet (district) of Musandam governorate (province)

      The Madha exclave of Oman within the UAE includes the Nahwa exclave belonging to the Emirate of Sharjah (see N45). Administratively, Madha is part of another territory separate from Oman, the Musandam semi-enclave (see N42). The main population is concentrated in the only existing settlement of New Madha. There are no border controls at the entrance to the enclave.

      37. Maktaaral district

      Type: semi-enclave

      Mother state: Kazakhstan

      The surrounding state: Uzbekistan

      The occurrence: 1991

      Square (sq. Km): 1800

      Population (man): 294 208 9000 9000 9000 Distance to the mother state (KM): 14

      Administrative status: district of the South Kazakhstan region

      The territory of the modern Maktaaral (formerly Pakhtaaral) region was part of the natural and climatic region, known since the 19th century under the name of the Hungry Steppe. At 19In the 1920s, the district became the center of a large-scale artificial irrigation project for the development of cotton growing. In the 1960s-1970s, he changed borders several times and was transferred from the Kazakh SSR to the Uzbek SSR and back. After the collapse of the USSR and the demarcation of new borders, it ended up in the position of a semi-enclave surrounded by the territory of Uzbekistan and the waters of the Shardara reservoir. A dam and a road are being built along the shore of the reservoir, which should connect the Maktaaral region with Kazakhstan.

      38. Martin-Garcia

      Type: Ostrovnaya Enclave

      Maternal State: Argentina

      The surrounding state: Uruguay

      :

      ) 1.84

      Population (persons): 170

      Distance from mother state (km): 0.9

      Administrative status: part of La Plata district of Buenos Aires province

      In the 19th century, the island was of strategic importance for the control of the La Plata estuary. In 1845, it was captured by Uruguayan troops under the command of the future unifier of Italy, Giuseppe Garibaldi. The Argentines regained control of the island in 1852. In the 20th century, Marin Garcia was used as a prison for high-ranking Argentine political prisoners. According to the 1973 agreement, Argentine sovereignty is recognized over the island, and Uruguay over the surrounding water area. The document also stipulates that Martin Garcia can be used as a nature reserve. Tourism is actively developing on the island, air and sea communication with the Argentine territory is supported.

      39. Medvezhye-Sankovo ​​

      Type: Full Enclave

      Maternal State: Russia

      Opeir State: Belarus

      :

      9000 4.54

      Population (persons): 0

      Distance to the parent state (km): 0.57

      Administrative status: part of the Vyshkovsky urban settlement of the Zlynkovsky district of the Bryansk region

      It is believed that the enclave appeared when the peasants of the Bryansk village of Dobrodeevka, having been working in the United States at the beginning of the 20th century, bought land in the villages of Medvezhya Dubrava and Sanina Polyana. In 1926, with the administrative expansion of the borders of the Byelorussian SSR, both villages remained part of the RSFSR. In 1943, they were burned to the ground by German troops, after the war they were restored. In 1986, as a result of the accident at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, the enclave was exposed to radiation contamination and ended up in the exclusion zone. The last inhabitants left it at 1990s. The exclave is separated from the mother territory by impenetrable swamps.

      40. Interricheus

      Type: Full Enclave

      Maternal State: Bosnia and Herzegovina

      The surrounding state: Serbia

      : 9000

      1112 ( 9000 9000) ~3.958

      Population (persons): 100

      Distance to mother state (km): 1.13

      Administrative status: part of the Rudo community of the Republic of Srpska

      As a result of the Berlin Congress of 1878, Austria-Hungary received the right to occupy Bosnia and place military garrisons in some areas of the Ottoman Empire, including Mezhduriech. Bosnian jurisdiction over the enclave was preserved during the existence of Yugoslavia and after its collapse. In 2001, Serbia offered to exchange Mezhduriech for another territory, but Bosnia refused. Since almost all the inhabitants of the village are Serbs, the sovereignty of Bosnia is nominal. The local population bypasses the existing border checkpoints in order not to go through customs procedures.

      41. Mellya

      Type: Poloangclit

      Maternal state: Spain

      The surrounding state: Morocco

      1497

      Population (persons): 84 509

      Distance to mother state (km): 153

      Administrative status: autonomous city

      Melilla was captured by the Spaniards in 1497 and was used primarily as a prison until the 19th century. In 1902, it received the status of a free port and gradually became an important naval base. The performance of the military on July 17, 1936 in Melilla against the republican government is considered the beginning of the civil war in Spain. 56% of the population are Hispanic Catholics, 41% are Muslims. There is a large Jewish community. Despite the fact that Spain has been a member of NATO since 1982, Melilla, like other Spanish territories in North Africa, is not included in the alliance’s area of ​​responsibility. The border of the semi-enclave is adjacent to the neutral zone and is equipped with a 12-kilometer fence with six meters of barbed wire.

      42. Musandam

      Type: Poloang Kli

      Maternal State: Oman

      Operating State: UAE

      9000 Population (persons): 31,425

      Distance from mother state (km): 73.3

      Administrative status: governorate (province)

      The Musandam Peninsula is one of the least developed places in the region, but it is of strategic importance, as it adjoins the Strait of Hormuz. The enclave was formed when the British colonial authorities drew boundaries between parts of the former Omani Empire. The main population is represented by the Shihu tribe, who, unlike most of the inhabitants of the rest of Oman, are not Ibadis, but Sunnis. The peninsula can be reached by highway with border control at the entrance and exit. In addition, there is a regular ferry service between the Omani capital Muscat and Musandam.

      In 1889, the construction of the Fennbahn railway line on the border with Belgium was completed in Germany. After the defeat in the First World War, part of the German territory was transferred to Belgium, including the road itself, to the west of which five micro-enclaves were formed (see also N44, 53, 54, 55), including Münsterbildchen. The railroad ceased operation in 2001. In 2009, it was dismantled, but the de jure border still runs along the former track.

      44. Mützenich

      Type: Full Enclave

      Maternal State: Germany

      The surrounding state: Belgium

      The year of occurrence: 1919

      Square (sq. Km): 12,117 9000 9000) : 2,237

      Distance to mother state (km): 0.02

      Administrative status: no separate status; part of Monschau, North Rhine-Westphalia

      One of the German enclaves located along the closed Fennbahn railway line (see N43, 53, 54, 55). After the Second World War, it became one of the largest centers for coffee smuggling to Germany. Local residents were in favor of joining Belgium, but the Belgian government refused to take this step, primarily for economic reasons. In 2012, a monument to the Unknown Smuggler was unveiled at the former border post in Mützenich.

      45. Nahwa

      Type: Full Enclave

      Maternal State: OAE

      The surrounding state: Oman

      The year of occurrence: 1971

      Square (sq. Km): ): 1000

      Distance to mother state (km): 3

      Administrative status: no separate status

      Second-order enclave completely surrounded by the exclave of Oman in UAE Madha (N36). Part of the emirate of Sharjah. Appeared during the demarcation of the boundaries of the territories of various tribal clans. The border with Madha is not demarcated, but the enclave has its own police station.

      46. Nakhichevan Autonomous Republic

      Type: Clean exclus

      Maternal state: Azerbaijan

      Armenia, Iran, Turkey

      9000 9000 19912 19912 19912 19912 19912 19912 19912 19912 km): 5502. 75

      Population (persons): 435 400

      Distance to mother state (km): 25.2

      Administrative status: autonomous republic

      In 1828, the Nakhichevan Khanate became part of Russia. In 1924, the region received the status of an autonomous SSR within Azerbaijan. With the outbreak of the Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict in the 1990s, land communication with the rest of Azerbaijan was blocked. You can get to the parent state by air or transit through Iran. For citizens of Azerbaijan in Iran (as well as in Turkey) there is a visa-free regime.

      47. Ocusi-Ambenu

      Type: semi-enclave

      Maternal State: Timor-Leste

      The surrounding state: Indonesia

      The occurrence: 1859

      Square (sq. Km): 817.23

      : : : 266

      Distance to the mother state (km): 56.6

      Administrative status: district

      The semi-enclave appeared in the 19th century when the island of Timor was divided between Portugal and the Netherlands. At 19In 75, the Portuguese part of the island declared independence, but was occupied by Indonesia. In 1999, residents voted for independence in a referendum, and the new state officially appeared in 2002. Due to tense relations with Indonesia, land transit from the enclave remained limited for a long time. Air and sea communication was carried out with international assistance. There are currently no regular flights to Okushi-Ambenu. A transit visa is required to cross Indonesian territory, so the main way to reach the enclave is by ferry from the country’s capital, Dili, which takes 12 hours.

      48. Ormidia

      Type: Full Enclave

      Maternal State: Cyprus

      The environment: UK

      1960

      Population (persons): 4189

      Distance to mother state (km): 3.983

      Administrative status: part of Larnaca district

      One of the second order Cypriot enclaves inside the British Sovereign Base Dhekelia (N17). About 30% of the inhabitants are refugees who left their homes in 1974 after the Turkish troops invaded the north of the island. Freedom of movement is not limited.

      49. Os de Sivis

      Type: peneenclave

      Mother state: Spain

      Surrounding state: Andorra

      9011 n.a.

      003

      Area (sq km): n.a.

      Population (persons): 158

      Distance from mother state (km): 0

      Administrative part of the municipality: -Valira, province of Lleida, Autonomous Community of Catalonia

      The small village of Os de Sivis in the Spanish Pyrenees can only be reached by car via Andorra. There is no border control. Medieval buildings have been preserved in the village, so visiting it is usually included in the standard program of tourist trips around Andorra.

      50. Penon-de-de-de-de-la-home

      0

      Type: Poloanglave

      2 Motherland: Spain

      The surrounding state: Morocco

      Square (sq km): 0. 04

      Population (persons): 0

      Distance to mother state (km): 150

      Administrative status: administered directly by the central government

      Peñón de Vélez de la Gomera was captured by Spain in the 16th century. Gradually, it lost its military significance, and the Spanish authorities even discussed the option of abandoning it. In the 20th century it was used as a prison. In 1934, a storm created a sandy isthmus with Moroccan territory 85 m wide, which is considered the shortest land border in the world. The Spanish military contingent is stationed on the island. Visitation by civilians is limited.

      51. Crossroads

      Type: Island Enclave

      Maternal State: Spain

      The surrounding state: Morocco

      The occurrence: 1415

      Square (sq. Km) (persons): 0

      Distance to mother state (km): 15.5

      Administrative status: administered directly by the central government

      In 1415 the island was captured by the Portuguese. Later, Portugal and Spain formed a dynastic union, after which, in 1640, Perejil remained with the Spaniards. It is not mentioned in historical documents and maps, so Morocco disputes its ownership. On July 11, 2002, a group of Moroccan military men landed on the island under the pretext of fighting illegal migration. A week later, the Spanish commandos carried out a bloodless special operation, regaining control of Perejil. After the intervention of the United States, the parties agreed to return the status quo: the military was withdrawn from the island and the flag of Spain was removed.

      52. Point-Roberts

      Type: Poloangclv

      Maternal state: USA

      Opeir State: Canada

      1846 ,65

      Population (persons): 1,314

      Distance to parent state (km): 15.86

      Administrative status: part of Watcom County, Washington

      It was formed after the signing in 1846 of an agreement between the United States and Great Britain on the drawing of the continental border along the 49th parallel. The only way to get to Point Roberts by land is through the Canadian border post. The enclave has a small airfield and a bay. Canadians often go shopping here because of the relatively low prices. Some Vancouver companies choose to send mail to the US from Point Roberts to avoid cross-border shipping fees. Due to its enclave status, it is considered one of the safest places in the United States. According to unofficial data, more than 50 people from the witness protection program live in Point Roberts.

      53. Rettenervald

      Type: Full Enclave

      Maternal State: Germany

      Opeir State: Belgium

      : 9000

      9000: 9000

      9000: 9000 9000: 9000 9000: Skr. 98

      Population (persons): 1000

      Distance to the mother state (km): 0.02

      Administrative status: part of the communes of Retgen and Simmerat North Rhine-Westphalia

      Population (persons): 70

      Distance to mother state (km): 0. 02

      Administrative status: part of the city of Monschau in North Rhine-Westphalia

      One of the German enclaves located along the closed the Fennbahn railway (see N43, 44, 53, 55). First mentioned in 1501. Until the beginning of the 19th century, it was a monastery property. After the Second World War, Belgium announced its intention to annex the Ruitzhof, but in 19In 1949, these plans were abandoned.

      55. Ryukeshell

      Type: Full Enclave

      Maternal State: Germany

      Opeir State: Belgium

      Population (persons): 0

      Distance to mother state (km): 0.02

      Administrative status: part of Monschau, North Rhine-Westphalia

      The smallest of the German enclaves located along the closed Fennbahn railway (see N43, 44, 53, 54). Consists of one house in which no one lives, and the adjacent land.

      56. Sarvak (Sarvan)

      Type: full enclave

      Mother state: Tajikistan

      Surrounding state: Uzbekistan

      0113 1991

      Area (sq km): 8. 4

      Population (persons): 530

      Distance to the mother state (km): 9.2

      district of the Sughd region

      In 1935, Sarvak was leased to the Tajik SSR during the division of pastures between Uzbek and Tajik collective farms. After that, the terms of the lease were regularly extended, the last time – until January 1, 1990. Nevertheless, with the collapse of the USSR, the enclave remained part of Tajikistan. At 19In 1995, the Uzbek authorities established border posts at the entrances to the enclave, and in 1999 they mined the border perimeter. Despite belonging to Tajikistan, the entire population of Sarvak is ethnic Uzbeks. Some of them have the citizenship of Tajikistan. Movement across the border is strictly restricted. Since 1999, more than a dozen residents have been killed and injured by anti-personnel mines.

      57. Northern Ireland

      Type: semi-enclave

      Mother state: Great Britain

      The surrounding state: Ireland

      The year of occurrence: 1921

      Square (sq. Km): 13 843

      population: 1 841 245

      (km): 21.5

      Administrative status: part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

      In 1801 Ireland became part of the United Kingdom. At 19On the 21st, as a result of the War of Independence, 26 of the 32 Irish counties formed the Free State of Ireland, the remaining six with a predominantly Protestant population remained under British sovereignty. In the 1973 referendum, only 1.1% of the electorate (on a 58.7% turnout) voted in favor of joining Ireland. Northern Irish people are eligible for Irish citizenship. Between the UK and Ireland, there is a common travel zone regime that does not involve passport and customs control.

      58. North-western angle

      Type: Poloangca

      Material State: USA

      Operating State: Canada

      1783

      9000 318.81

      Population (persons): 119

      Distance to parent state (km): 21

      Administrative status: part of Minnesota Lake Forest County

      Appeared in 1783 due to an error in the peace treaty between the United States and Great Britain. The diplomats reached an agreement to draw the boundary across Lake Lesnoye to the head of the Mississippi River, which, on the map known as the Mitchell Map, was far north of its true location. In 1998, Congressman Colin Peterson proposed abandoning the enclave in order to save local residents the trouble of regulating fishing. The land border is not serviced by personnel; when crossing it, you must go to a special booth and contact the American (at the entrance) and Canadian (at the exit) customs officers by phone. There is direct air and sea communication with the USA.

      59. Saint-Marten

      Type: Poloangca

      Maternal state: France

      Opeir State: Netherlands

      Square (sq. ,2

      Population (persons): 35,742

      Distance from mother state (km): 6327

      Administrative status: overseas community

      The settlement of the Caribbean island of St. Maarten by the Dutch and French began in the first half of the 17th century. In 1648, the parties agreed on its division: the northern part went to France, the southern part to the Netherlands. The demarcation line was finally established at the beginning of the 19th century. The document of 1648 is still in force today. Among other things, it stipulates the free movement of people. However, the French Saint Maarten is part of the EU and the eurozone, while the Dutch Sint Maarten is not. Therefore, residents of St. Maarten prefer to shop and do business in the southern, Dutch, part, which is also a tax offshore. To counter this, the French authorities in 2014 announced their readiness to establish a real border.

      60. Serrana

      Type: Ostrovnaya Enclave

      Maternal State: Columbia

      Operating State: Nicaragua

      Population (persons): 74

      Distance to the mother state (km): 683

      Administrative status: part of the Department of San Andrés y Providencia

      Since the middle of the 19th century, Nicaragua has challenged Colombia’s right to the San Andrés y Providencia archipelago. In 1928, the countries signed an agreement on the settlement of borders in the Caribbean. However, in 1980, Nicaragua unilaterally annulled the agreement, stating that it had been signed under US pressure. In 2001, Nicaragua filed a lawsuit against Colombia in the International Court of Justice. In 2012, the court recognized Colombian sovereignty over Serrana, but, as in the case of Quita Sueño (see N26), left Nicaragua with the surrounding water area.

      61. SEUTA

      Type: Poloangcam

      Maternal state: Spain

      The surrounding state: Morocco

      1415 9000

      Population (persons): 84,963

      Distance to mother state (km): 25

      Administrative status: autonomous city

      In 1415 Ceuta was captured by the Portuguese. Later, Portugal and Spain formed a dynastic union, after the collapse of which the city remained with the Spaniards. Portugal formally recognized Spanish possession in 1668. In the list of territories subject to decolonization published by the UN in 1960, the enclave is not mentioned, therefore Spain does not recognize Morocco’s claim to it. More than 40% of the inhabitants of Ceuta are Muslims. The city, like the other Spanish enclave of Melilla (see N41), is separated from Moroccan territory by a six-meter barbed-wire border fence that illegal migrants regularly try to overcome. Ferries go to the “mainland” and regular flights are made.

      62. Sint-Marten

      Type: Poloangca

      Maternal State: Netherlands

      Operating State: France

      : 1648

      : Square)

      Population (persons): 39,689

      Distance to mother state (km): 6819

      Administrative status: self-governing country within the Kingdom of the Netherlands

      In 1648, France and the Netherlands agreed to divide the Caribbean island of St. Maarten (see N59). The southern, Dutch, part was named Sint Maarten. Since 1954, the semi-enclave has been part of the autonomy of the Netherlands Antilles. In 2010, he received the status of a self-governing country. Only 50% of Sint Maarten’s population has Dutch citizenship. Due to the influx of illegal immigrants (mainly from the Dominican Republic and Haiti), the proportion of non-citizens is constantly growing. Unlike the French Saint Maarten, it is not part of the EU and the Eurozone. The Antillean guilder is pegged to the US dollar. It is considered one of the largest international tax offshores.

      63. SOh

      Type: Full Enclave

      Maternal State: Uzbekistan

      Opeir State: Kyrgyzstan

      9000

      Population (persons): 51 569

      Distance to the mother state (km): 4.364

      Administrative status: district of Fergana region

      Enclave formed in 1955. In 1999, Uzbekistan partially mined the border of the enclave and sent troops there. Since 2001, the parties have been discussing options for joining Sokh to Uzbekistan by exchanging territories or creating a transport corridor. This is the largest Uzbek enclave in Kyrgyzstan, with 99% of the population being Tajiks. Therefore, residents are in conflict both with their mother (for teaching in schools in their native language) and with the surrounding state (because of border pastures and access to water). After a series of border incidents, the Kyrgyz authorities decided in 2013 to enclose the enclave with barbed wire.

      64. Temburong

      Type: Poloang Kli

      Maternal state: Brunes

      Opeir State: Malaysia

      18903

      Square (SMA) Population (persons): 9712

      Distance to mother state (km): 8.5

      Administrative status: district within Brunei

      In 1890, the British Protectorate of Sarawak annexed the Limbang Delta, separating Temburong from Brunei by a land corridor. Subsequently, Sarawak became part of Malaysia. After Malaysia and Brunei gained independence, Limbang became the subject of a territorial dispute. Brunei recognized Malaysian sovereignty over the corridor in 2009 in exchange for ceding a number of offshore oil concessions. Communication with Temburong is possible by land with the passage of border control or by ferry. In 2012, the Brunei authorities announced the start of construction of a bridge over the Brunei Bay with a length of 13.4 km and a height of 20 m, which will directly connect the semi-enclave with the rest of the Sultanate. Completion of construction with a total cost of $1.1 billion is scheduled for 2018.

      65. The islands of Torresov Strait

      Type: Ostrovnaya Enclave

      Maternal State: Australia

      The surrounding state: Papua-New Gwinea

      9012 2 km): 220

      Population (persons): 6700

      Distance to mother state (km): 43

      Administrative status: part of Queensland

      In 1879, the British colony of Queensland in Australia took over most of the Torres Strait Islands. In 1985, an agreement between Australia and Papua New Guinea on the maritime boundary along the center of the strait came into force, leaving part of the Australian islands to the north of it in foreign territorial waters. The 1985 treaty provides for the free movement of indigenous people in the Strait area, subject to a number of conditions. In particular, a passport and visa are not required if the native crosses the border for a traditional religious ceremony or fishing, and not for shopping, and does so by canoe, not by plane.

      66. Islands of Filomena

      Type: Ostrovnaya

      Maternal State: Uruguay 23

      Population (persons): n.a.

      Distance to parent state (km): 1.7

      Administrative status: part of the Rio Negro department

      The Filomena group of islands is located in the territorial waters of the Argentinean province of Entre Rios on the Uruguay River. Uruguay’s sovereignty over the islands is determined by a 1961 treaty. Currently, a number of islands are part of the national park. On one of the islands (Filomena Grande) lives a small community of Guarani Indians.

      67. French Guiana

      Type: pure exclave

      Mother state: France

      Surrounding state: Surinam, Brazil

      The occurrence: 1667

      Square (sq. Km): 846

      population (person): 250 109

      Distance to the maternal state (Km): 6530 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000

      Administrative status: overseas department

      France received the rights to the exclave in 1667. Since 1852, Guiana has been used as a place of exile for convicts. Since 1946 – overseas department. In 2010, in a referendum, 70% of those who voted (with a turnout of 48%) refused to receive overseas territory status, which implies a greater degree of autonomy from the center. French Guiana is part of the EU and the Eurozone, but is not part of the Schengen Agreement. At the same time, for citizens of most developed countries of the world to stay in French Guiana for a period of less than 90 days visa is not required. The main mode of communication with France is air transport. The exclave contains the Kourou Spaceport, guarded by the 3rd Infantry Regiment of the Foreign Legion.

      68. H Teveriss

      Type: Peneanclave

      Maternal State: Austria

      Opeir State: Germany

      No data 9,0003 Square (q.

      Population (persons): 54

      Distance to the mother state (km): 0

      Administrative status: part of the municipality of Eben am Achensee in the state of Tyrol

      Alpine village Hinterriss separated from the rest of the Austrian mountain range called Karwendel. You can get into it using the only road through the territory of Germany. The economy of Hinterriss is mainly related to tourism.

      69. Chafarinas Islands

      Type: Island Enclave

      Maternal State: Spain

      The surrounding state: Morocco

      The occurrence: 1848

      Square (indication ): 0

      Distance to mother state (km): 170. 9

      Administrative status: administered directly by central government

      An archipelago of three islands (Congreso, Isabella II and Del Rey) was incorporated into Spain on January 6, 1848, when a Spanish expedition landed on the islands. From that moment on, the islands were used primarily as a prison. Currently, a contingent of 30 Spanish troops is stationed on Isabella II Island. There is no permanent population. Visitation by civilians is limited. Morocco has repeatedly tried to challenge the territorial affiliation of the islands, the conflict is diplomatic in nature.

      70. Chisumulo

      Type: Ostrovnaya Enclave

      Maternal State: Malawi

      Operating State: Mozambik

      , Square) 4

      Population (persons): 4000

      Distance to mother state (km): 7.6

      Administrative status: part of Likoma district

      The island is completely surrounded by Mozambican territorial waters in Lake Nyasa (see also N34). Received its current status after drawing the boundaries between the possessions of Portugal and Great Britain. The only way to get to the island is by water.

      71. Chon-gara (Kalach)

      Type: Full Enclave

      Maternal State: Uzbekistan

      The surrounding state: Kyrgyzstan

      The year of occurrence: 0003

      Area (sq. km): 3

      Population (persons): 1000

      Distance to the mother state (km): 2.3

      Arose in 1925 during the national-state delimitation in Central Asia. It consists of two villages – Chon-Gara and Kalach. Near the territory of the enclave are oil fields, whose ownership of Uzbekistan is disputed by Kyrgyzstan. The government of Kyrgyzstan issued orders several times that the objects should be transferred to its ownership, but the issue has not been resolved so far.

      72. Shakhimardan

      Type: Full Enclave

      Maternal State: Uzbekistan

      Operating State: Kyrgyzstan

      :

      9000 (9000) ,2

      Population (persons): 5,100

      Distance to the mother state (km): 14. 8

      Administrative status: part of Fergana district of Fergana region

      In 1930 Shakhimardan was transferred to Uzbekistan in exchange for other territories. Due to the activity of Islamists in 1999, the borders of the enclave were mined, visa control was established. In Soviet times, it was considered a prestigious resort, but after the 1998 flood and the introduction of visa control, the number of tourists has significantly decreased. In 2004, the parliament of Kyrgyzstan raised the issue of the return of Shakhimardan, but negotiations never began. In 2007, an agreement was signed allowing citizens of both countries to make visa-free travel to the enclave for up to two months. However, as in other enclaves in the Ferghana Valley, movement is regularly restricted due to border incidents.

      73. Elm-poont

      Type: Poloangclv

      Maternal: USA

      Opeir State: Canada

      1818 1

      Population (persons): 0

      Distance to parent state (km): 1. 56

      Administrative status: part of Minnesota Lake Forest County

      Appeared thanks to a treaty that fixed the border between the US and British possessions (now Canada) along the 49th parallel from Lake Erie to the Rocky Mountains. The border cut off a piece of land on the Canadian shore of the border lake Lesnoye, which turned out to be south of the 49th parallel. The virtually uninhabited Elm Point can only be reached from American territory by boat or by entering Canada. A little to the west, the same parallel cuts off another small ledge from Canada, but it is so small (about 120 meters long) that it has no name and is not considered an enclave.

      74. Entre-Rios

      Type: Ostrovnaya Enclave

      Maternal State: Argentina

      The Squire State: Paragobi

      : 1841

      112) 36

      Population (persons): 0

      Distance from mother state (km): 1.3

      Administrative status: part of Beron de Astrada department of the province of Corrientes

      The uninhabited island of Entre Rios is located in Paraguay’s waters of the Parana River. Attempts to determine the territorial affiliation of the disputed islands of this river have been made since 1841. Argentine sovereignty over the island was recognized by Paraguay in 1996.

      75. Erenkey (Kokkina)

      Type: semi-enclave

      Mother state: Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus

      Surrounding state: Cyprus

      The occurrence: 1974

      Square (sq. Km): 2.5

      The population (person): 0

      Distance to the maternal state (km): 7.5

      2 Administrative status: part of the Guzelyurt region of the unrecognized republic

      The village of Erenkoy (Greek name Kokkina), inhabited by Turkish Cypriots, became the center of violent intercommunal clashes with Greek Cypriots in August 1964 and has since been virtually isolated. At 19The 74th after the partition of Cyprus became an enclave of the unrecognized TRNC, separated from it by the Greek village of Pyrgos and surrounded by a UN buffer zone. You can get to the village from Turkish territory only by sea. The entire civilian population was taken to other areas of the TRNC back in the 1970s, and now only a garrison is stationed there. On the anniversary of the events of 1964, it becomes a place of pilgrimage for Turkish Cypriots.

      76. Jungholz

      Type: full enclave

      Mother state: Austria

      The surrounding state: Germany

      The year of occurrence: 1368

      Square (sq. Km): 7.06

      Population: 288

      Distance to the maternal state ( km): 0

      Administrative status: community in the district of Reutte in the federal state of Tyrol

      Jungholz was first mentioned in a trade agreement in 1342, according to which a resident of the German Wertach sold this land to a resident of Tannheim (now a commune in the Austrian Tyrol). For several centuries it was the subject of territorial disputes. The status within Austria was finally fixed in the border treaties of 1844 and 1850. Theoretically, the Jungholz touches the rest of Austria at the summit point of the Sorgschrofen mountain. The only way to get there is through Germany. Because of this, before Austria joined the EU, the enclave was part of the German customs zone and used German marks in calculations. Jungholz still has two postal codes – Austrian and German.

      77. Yukhary-Askipara

      Type: Full Enclave

      Maternal State: Azerbaijan

      The Squire State: Armenia 9000 37

      Population (persons): n.a. n.a.0003

      In the early 1990s, during the Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict, the village was occupied by Armenian troops and almost completely destroyed.

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      Type: Full Enclave

      Maternal State: Azerbaijan

      Operating State: Armenia

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      Population (persons): n/a

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      • Date: 24/02/2022
      • Rated: 1.49
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      • Date: 24/10/2021
      • Rated: 1.84
      • Highest rated: 5
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      • Date: 19/10/2021
      • Rated: 3.54
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      • Lowest rated: 1
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      • Rated: 2.34
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      • Date: 27/07/2022
      • Rated: 2.88
      • Highest rated: 5
      • Lowest rated: 1
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      • Rated: 2.27
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      • Date: 19/03/2022
      • Rated: 4.29
      • Highest rated: 5
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      • Date: 13/12/2021
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      • Rated: 4.16
      • Highest rated: 5
      • Lowest rated: 1
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      • Date: 21/12/2021
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      • Rated: 1.09
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      Playa Pariaso is a popular purpose-built resort nestled into a bay on the south west coast of Tenerife in the Canary Islands enjoying comfortable spring-like temperatures and sunshine all year round.

      With its large saltwater Lido on the beachfront, views out across the crystal waters of the Atlantic and a rocky shoreline which makes the resort a snorkeler’s paradise, this is a very popular spot with tourists who come for the sunshine and dry weather that the south west of Tenerife promises.

      Just 100km north of the African continent, much of the resort’s weather is influenced by the dry, warm trade winds coming from its nearest neighbour giving it a pleasant sub-tropical climate. Although rainfall can vary around the island, the south west coast tends to be the driest region with no rainfall at all during the summer months of June and July and much less than its neighbours further south, like the popular Playa de las Américas.

      The resorts on the south west of the island also tend to be warmer than the resorts found on the north of the island with summer highs of 27ºC (81ºF) compared to 23ºC (73ºF) in the northern capital Puerto de la Cruz.

      Despite remaining fairly consistently warm throughout the year with average temperatures ranging from 18ºC (64ºF) to 24ºC (75ºF), the climate is divided into two seasons, summer and winter with temperatures reaching the twenties from May through to November. The hottest months in the resort are August and September, the coldest January and February.

      The resort, like the rest of the island is prone to the Calima and Sirocco winds that blow up off the Sahara usually in the form of a warm dry wind. Sometimes, particularly between October and November and February and March, these can be strong and carry with them dust from the African continent.

      Summer

      From June to September sees temperatures averaging a comfortably hot 23ºC (73ºF) with highs, particularly in August and September, reaching a scorching 27ºC (81ºF) and night temperatures of between 18ºC (64ºF) and 21ºC (70ºF). The winds at this time of year do not tend to be too heavy and produce a lovely cooling breeze for those lying in the sun on the beaches.

      Many people come to the resort to try the extensive range of water sports on offer and the area is very popular with snorkelers and scuba divers as the rocky waters provide the perfect habitat for a wide range of marine species. At this time of year water temperatures are at their warmest with temperatures ranging from 22ºC (72ºF) in June to 24ºC (75ºF) in September. Rain is not a problem for summer visitors with rainfall practically unheard of in June and July and only 3mm falling in both August and September. Visitors are, in fact, far more likely to enjoy long days of uninterrupted sunshine with an average of 12 sunshine hours across the summer months.

      Autumn

      The traditional ‘autumn’ months of Northern Europe don’t see much change of temperatures here with highs of 24ºC (75ºF) still likely in November, although rainfall does begin to increase from October onwards from 9mm to 20mm in November. The weather remains much warmer than most of Europe at this time of year including that of southern Spain.

      The evenings remain warm here throughout the autumn months with average low temperatures staying at between 19ºC (66ºF) in October and 18ºC (64ºF) in November. Those looking to enjoy a beach holiday at this time of year will enjoy some of the warmest sea temperatures of the year at 24ºC (75ºF) in October dropping to a still comfortable 22ºC (72ºF) in November and long sunshine hours of between 10 and 11 hours. The winds which travel up from the Sahara can be strong at this time of year and may bring storms and dust with them.

      Winter

      From December to February temperatures do tend to drop off a little, although they remain warm compared to most of Europe, with an average of between 18ºC (64ºF) and 19ºC (66ºF). Despite this, highs at this time of year can still reach a respectable 22ºC (72ºF) in December dropping down to 21ºC (70ºF) in the following months. Evenings and night-time temperatures are likely to fall, however, with average lows of 14ºC (57ºF) not uncommon so it’s advisable to pack some warmer layers if you’re visiting at this time of year.

      Rain is at its highest in December with an average of 35mm falling across 6 days and visitors at this time of year having a 17% chance of experiencing a rainy day. If however you do find yourself enjoying some winter sunshine then take the opportunity to try out some water sports as the sea temperatures remain relatively warm at between 19ºC (66ºF) and 21ºC (70ºF). Sunshine hours also remain long with 7 hours in December rising to 9 hours in January and February.

      Spring

      The temperatures in the resort begin to climb again as the sunshine hours rise from 10 to 11 across the season. Average temperatures at this time of year are between 19ºC (66ºF) and 20ºC (68ºF) but highs of 22ºC (72ºF) and 23ºC (73ºF) are not uncommon and sea temperatures are a warm 19ºC (66ºF) or 20ºC (68ºF). Although rainfall levels in the resort in March fall to just 15mm over 5 days and 3mm in May, there is a spike of in April when rainfall rises to 22mm over 4 days. February and March are the months most likely to see dust storms carried up from the Sahara on the Calima and Sirocco winds so it’s a good idea to keep an eye on the weather forecast just in case.

      Weather Hazards

      Although the weather here is famously good with plenty of year-round sunshine and warm sea temperatures there is always the chance of a thunder storm blowing in off the Atlantic or a dust storm brought in on the warm winds which blow off the nearby Sahara. The most famous of these Saharan winds are called the Calima and Sirocco and, while they can occur throughout the year, they are at their strongest from October to November and February to March. When these dust storms occur they can limit visibility and can even cause respiratory problems to those suffering with asthma.  

      °OCEAN GARDEN PLAYA PARAISO (TENERIFE) (Spain) – from € 106

      Address

      Calle Aljibe 9, Apartment Number 508,
      Playa Paraiso (Tenerife),
      Spain,
      38678,
      Tenerife

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      Overview

      Ocean Garden apartment gives direct access to Playa de Ajabo and features views of the sea. This venue for 4 guests includes 2 bedrooms and a kitchen.

      Location

      Tenerife Sur airport is 16 miles from the accommodation, while Playa La Caleta is 1.9 miles away. Playa Puertito is 0.8 miles from the apartment. Titanic Pizza and L’incontro are within 5 minutes’ walk of the property.

      Rooms

      Featuring a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, a balcony and a dining area, the rooms also come with a terrace. The accommodation also has 1 bathroom. All bathrooms have a hairdryer, bath sheets and towels.

      Eat & Drink

      The venue includes a dishwasher, a microwave oven and an electric kettle.

      Leisure & Business

      TV and a flat screen TV are also offered to the guests of Ocean Garden apartment.

      Internet

      Wireless internet is available in the entire apartment for free.

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      Private parking is possible on site for free.

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      • Flat-screen TV

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      Check-infrom 15:00-23:59FREECheck-outfrom 06:00-12:00FREE

      Children & extra bedsThere are no cribs provided in a room.  
      There are no extra beds provided in a room. 

      PetsPets are not allowed.

      License numberY3871689K

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      Two-Bedroom Apartment

      • Bed options:

        1 King-size bed

      • Room size:

        90 m²

      • Max:

        4 persons

      • Sea view

      • Balcony

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      Location

      Calle Aljibe 9, Apartment Number 508,
      Playa Paraiso (Tenerife),
      Spain,
      38678,
      Tenerife

      • City landmarks
      • Nearby
      • Restaurants

      Beach

      Playa de Ajabo

      920 m

      Beach

      Playa Puertito

      1. 6
      km

      Cala de las Tortugas

      1.6
      km

      Pje. Puertito Sau

      El Puertito

      1.6
      km

      Carretera TF-47

      El Balito

      1.6
      km

      Park

      La Caleta de Adeje

      2.1
      km

      Beach

      Playa De Diego Hernandez

      2.1
      km

      38679 Adeje

      Playa de los Morteros

      2.1
      km

      Golf Course

      Golf Costa Adeje

      2.8
      km

      Punta de las Gaviotas

      2.7
      km

      Avenida de los Acantilados

      Tenerife Top Training

      2.8
      km

      Beach

      Playa La Caleta

      3.0
      km

      Calle El Muelle

      Playa El Varadero

      3.0
      km

      Market

      Agromercado Adeje

      3.4
      km

      Gallery

      Art Gallery La Musa

      3.5
      km

      National Park

      La Caleta National Park

      3.5
      km

      Av. de Las Gaviotas

      Playa de La Enramada

      3.5
      km

      Calle Playa de Diego Hernandez

      3.5
      km

      Puerto Colon

      3.5
      km

      Beach

      Playa del Veril

      3.5
      km

      38679 Adeje

      camino virgen de la encarnacion

      3. 7
      km

      Calle los Molinos 1 Casa Fuerte

      Casa Fuerte de Adeje

      4.4
      km

      38679 Costa Adeje

      Javier Perez Ramos

      4.4
      km

      Aqua Park

      Aqualand Costa Adeje

      6.5
      km

      Convention Centre

      Magma Art and Congress Centre

      6.5
      km

      Avenida de los Pueblos S\u002FN

      Ghe Pel Ling Canarias

      6.5
      km

      Calle Aljibe 16 Playa Paraiso

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      570 m

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      Titanic Pizza

      30 m

      Avenida Adeje 300 Playa Paraiso Local 11

      Spice Garden Indian Restaurant

      150 m

      Av Playa Paraiso

      Bar 1 Paraiso

      100 m

      Calle Las Galgas

      Atipico Tasca-Bar

      130 m

      L’Incontro Pizzeria Ristorante Bar

      150 m

      Numero 16

      Mumbai Masala Playa Paraiso

      230 m

      Playa Paraiso 12 Club Paraiso Playa Paraiso

      Purple Beach Playa Paraiso

      220 m

      Avenida Adeje 300 s\u002Fn Playa Para\u00EDso

      Montauk Steakhouse

      220 m

      Avenida Adeje 300

      Elixir Cafe

      240 m

      Calle el Horno 26 Center Playa Paraiso Adeje Local N5 Ccrosa Local N5 Segundo Piso Cc Rosa Center

      Fratello’s Pizza Bar

      270 m

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      Address

      Calle Aljibe 9, Apartment Number 508,
      Playa Paraiso (Tenerife),
      Spain,
      38678,
      Tenerife

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      Good to know

      Check-infrom 15:00-23:59FREECheck-outfrom 06:00-12:00FREE

      Children & extra bedsThere are no cribs provided in a room. 
      There are no extra beds provided in a room. 

      PetsPets are not allowed.

      License numberY3871689K

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      Studio Gio – Paraiso del Sur

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      Playa Paraiso

      Studio Gio – Paraiso del Sur is located in Playa Paraiso, just 700 meters from Playa de Ajabo. It features an outdoor pool, bar, casino and free Wi-Fi.
      Everything was perfect! The location is in the smll city center near the supermarket and bars. The view from the balcony is fantastic. The sea is 100 meters away – a few minutes walk, very comfortable.

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      8.6

      Fantastic

      53 reviews

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      Paraiso villas

      Playa Paraiso

      Paraiso villas is located in Playa Paraiso. A terrace is available. Guests can relax in the garden.
      We had one of the apartments on the far corner. It was very spacious and far from the road, so no problem with noise. Although you dont have sun in the morning in front of your room, you have a great view of the sunset. And with a late morning outside at 9:30 we could just sit in the sun 😉 That was a great bonus. Also the hosts are very nice. They dont speak great english, but they are helpfull whenever they can.
      The location of it all is a bit from the hubbub of the paraiso beach, but that suited us just fine. We went out every day for walking all over the island with our rented car, and then came back in the afternoons for a relax or to go to the beach, and for that this location is perfect. There is also a busstop right across, so if you want to use that its also very easy.

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      8.3

      Very good

      174 reviews

      Price from

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      Playa paraiso residence del sur

      Playa Paraiso

      Located in Playa Paraiso, close to Playa de Ajabo, Playa paraiso residence del sur offers accommodation with a terrace.
      location, window view

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      6.9

      Review score

      53 reviews

      Price from

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      Feel good oasis

      Playa Paraiso

      Featuring pool views, Feel-good-oasis is set in Playa Paraiso, less than 1 km from Ajabo Beach. It offers free Wi-Fi and free private parking.
      A vey nice spacious accommodation, located in a quiet block. Comes with a private pool area, and secure underground parking. Finke the manager {fluent in several languages} was very accommodating and helpful in recommending local amenities. Would highly recommend

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      10

      Superb

      38 reviews

      Price from

      €70.75

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      Duplex Adeje Palace

      Playa Paraiso

      Featuring an outdoor swimming pool, free WiFi, a restaurant and a bar, Duplex Adeje Palace by SUNKEYRENTS is located in Playa Paraiso. It features a hot tub.
      Wonderful place at a great location. The house was lovely, the swimming pool area was wonderful and the whole area was very nice. The whole family loved it and we will probably stay there again!

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      8.8

      Fabulous

      68 reviews

      Price from

      €139.69

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      Luxury Bungalow In Costa Adeje

      Playa Paraiso

      Luxury Bungalow In Costa Adeje offers accommodation in Playa Paraiso, less than 1 km from Playa de Ajabo. There is a garden with an outdoor pool and a bar on site.
      Everything was nice, beautiful and the place was clean. The pool was also great we did enjoy the stay! Hope we get the same appartement next time!!

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      8.6

      Fantastic

      37 reviews

      Price from

      €123

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      Villa Paradise

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      Playa Paraiso

      Paradise Villa is located in Playa Paraiso, 500 meters from Las Galgas Beach and 600 meters from El Pinke Beach. It features an outdoor pool and air conditioning.
      Best accommodation we’ve stayed in and by far the cleanest. Close to a cozy coffee house for breakfast, in a medium size mall. The pool was neat and a convenient spaceous private car park with an automatic gate. The hosts were lovely and eager to help. We will hopefully get to stay there again in the near future.

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      9.7

      Superb

      41 reviews

      Price from

      € 300

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      Paraiso 1SG FREE WIFI

      Playa Paraiso

      Featuring free WiFi and mountain views, Paraiso 1 SG FREE WIFI offers accommodation in Playa Paraiso, just 1.3 km from Ajabo Beach.
      We lived in an apartment for four – 2 married couples. Felt very comfortable. Convenient layout, two bathrooms, well-equipped kitchen with dishwasher. The apartment had absolutely everything you need: dishes, household appliances, and detergents. A wonderful large balcony with a sofa, armchairs, potted plants and a bar counter, where it is convenient to sit and watch what is happening on the street or look at the ocean))). It was very important for us to have underground parking. In the courtyard of the house – a swimming pool and sun loungers. But we never used it, so I can’t say anything about the pool. The place where the apartment is located is quiet, as I understand it, mostly winter pensioners with dogs live in it). There are few bars and restaurants around. But Los Cristianos is literally 5-10 minutes by car. There are several small grocery stores within walking distance, but we all bought at Mercadona, located at the entrance of the Southern Highway. In general, I would recommend this apartment for those who prefer to live in peace and comfort. For party lovers, it will probably be boring here.

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      8.3

      Very good

      14 reviews

      Price from

      €85.47

      per night

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      Paraiso Del Sur

      Playa Paraiso

      Paraíso Del Sur is located in Playa Paraiso. It offers apartments with free Wi-Fi and air conditioning, a restaurant and a garden with an outdoor pool.
      The terrace and it’s view, the cleanliness, bed is comfortable, there is everything around you. Nice walks on the rocky hills by the sea near by. Of course hard rock hotel is not the prettiest sight but it is a lot of resorts anyhow but not annoying. People are super friendly and it is easy to reach anywhere in the south in 20 mins more or less. There is also a bus stop a few steps next to the building. To the north is not that far either.

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      9

      Superb

      64 reviews

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      €69

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      Estudio Paraiso del Sur

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      Playa Paraiso

      Studio Estudio Paraiso del Sur is located in Playa Paraiso, 250 meters from the beach. The apartment can accommodate 2 guests.
      Distance from airport; view from the balcony; Helpfulness from the owner of the property.

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      7.9

      Good

      35 reviews

      Price from

      €49.45

      per night

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      Beach in the bay in the village of Playa Paraiso, seen from above. Tenerife Island, Canary Islands, Spain (2015)

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      °HARD ROCK HOTEL TENERIFE PLAYA PARAISO 5* (Spain) – from 16777 RUB

      Very good7979 reviews10

      Hard Rock Hotel Tenerife – Playa Paraiso

      28. 12162,
      -16.774765

      Playa Paraiso,
      Spain

      167777Rub

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      Playa Paraiso,
      Spain,
      38670,
      Tenerife

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      Description

      The luxurious Hard Rock Hotel Tenerife is located 2.8 km from Golf Costa Adeje and offers a business centre, solarium and terrace. Hard Rock Hotel Tenerife is a short drive from Aqualand Costa Adeje.

      Location

      It is a 25-minute walk from Cala de las Tortugas.. This hotel is close to several famous attractions, including Playa El Pinque.

      The “Paraiso Floral” bus stop is 150 meters from this unique hotel.

      Room information

      Hard Rock Hotel Tenerife provides rooms with satellite TV, a work desk and flat-screen TV. Here you can enjoy the sea view. A rain shower, a bathtub and a dryer are provided for your comfort.

      Dining

      Guests can enjoy buffet breakfast at the bar. The 3Rd Half-Sports Bar offers an unrivaled variety of American cuisine. Non-alcoholic drinks can be enjoyed at the pool bar.

      Leisure & Business

      The hotel also offers free spa therapy and facials. It offers massages, a wellness center and a Turkish bath, as well as an outdoor pool. You can practice various sports such as billiards, ping pong and mini golf.

      Internet

      Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel.

      Parking

      Private parking is available on site (reservation may be required) for EUR 12 per day.

      The hotel staff speaks English, German, Spanish, Italian.

      Number of floors: 16.
      Number of rooms: 624.

      Former name: Fiesta Playa Paraiso Complex

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      Parking

      EUR 12 per day

      24-hour service

      24-hour reception

      24-hour room service

      24-hour security

      Child care

      Babysitter/Child care

      Pool

      Outdoor pool

      Air conditioner

      Air conditioner in the room

      Accommodation with children

      Playroom

      Children’s playground

      Children’s pool

      Kids club

      Children’s buffet

      Board games

      Private beach

      Beach access

      Sun loungers

      Beach umbrellas

      General
      • WiFi
      • Parking lot
      • 24 hour service
      • Childcare
      • Pool
      • Air conditioner
      • Accommodation with children
      • Private beach

      Sports and fitness

      • Fitness center
      • Diving
      • Rowing
      • Horse riding
      • Tennis
      • Billiards
      • Table tennis
      • Mini golf
      • Yoga class
      • Fitness studio
      • Aerobics

      Services

      • Paid airport transfer
      • 24 hour room service
      • Cleaning
      • Car rental
      • Bicycle rental
      • Laundry
      • Dry cleaning
      • Guide services / Ticketing
      • Doctor on call
      • Limousine rental
      • Shops/ commercial services
      • Corridor / Doorman

      Meals

      • Breakfast in the room
      • Restaurant
      • Snack bar
      • Bar / Lounge
      • Outdoor dining
      • Halal dishes
      • Kosher meals
      • Special diet menus
      • Buffet

      For work

      • Business center
      • Meeting / banquet rooms
      • Fax/Photocopying

      For children

      • Nanny/Child care
      • Children’s buffet
      • Board games
      • Children’s pool
      • Water slides
      • Children’s playground
      • Kids Club
      • Playroom

      Leisure

      • Outdoor swimming pool
      • Beach access
      • Beach umbrellas
      • Chaise longues
      • Entertainment
      • Sun deck
      • Garden
      • Lounge / Cinema
      • Spa and wellness center
      • Solarium
      • Sauna
      • Turkish bath
      • Jacuzzi
      • Pedicure
      • Manicure
      • Waxing
      • Body peeling
      • Facial treatments
      • Treatment room
      • Wraps
      • Massage
      • Library
      • Pool with a view
      • Make-up services

      View from room

      • Sea view
      • Garden view
      • Panoramic view

      Amenities in the room

      • Air conditioning in the room
      • Heating
      • Safe in room
      • Minibar
      • Soundproof rooms
      • Connecting rooms
      • Rest area
      • Terrace
      • Garden furniture
      • Tea/coffee set
      • Ironing accessories

      Bathroom

      • Free toiletries
      • Washbasin

      Kitchenware

      • Kettle

      Media

      • Flat screen TV
      • Cable/Satellite TV
      • DVD player
      • Telephone
      • CD player
      • Alarm clock radio

      Interior

      • Parquet floor

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      Important information

      Check-infrom 15:00-23:59FREECheck-outuntil 12:00FREE

      Extra bedsThere are no extra beds available in a room.

      Pets Pets are allowed on request.

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      Connecting Deluxe Room

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      • Beds to choose from:

        Double bed

      • Room size:

        70 m²

      • Sea view

      • Shower

      • Heating

      • Balcony

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      Connecting room Deluxe

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      • Sea view

      • Shower

      • Heating

      • Balcony

      • Air conditioner

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      Queen Suite

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        King-size bed

      • Room size:

        80 m²

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      • Shower

      • Coffee machine

      • Bathtub

      • Balcony

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      Location

      Avenida Adeje, 300,
      Playa Paraiso,
      Spain,
      38670,
      Tenerife

      • Famous places of the city
      • Nearby
      • Restaurants

      Beach

      Punta de Ajabo

      1. 9
      km

      Pje. Puertito Sau

      El Puertito – Primera playa salvaje

      1.4
      km

      Carretera TF-47

      El Balito

      1.4
      km

      Beach

      Playa Puertito

      2.0
      km

      Park

      La Caleta de Adeje

      1.9
      km

      Golf course

      Golf Costa Adeje

      2.8
      km

      Cala de las Tortugas

      2.2
      km

      Punta de las Gaviotas

      2.5
      km

      Beach

      Playa La Caleta

      2.8
      km

      Avenida de los Acantilados

      Tenerife Top Training

      2.8
      km

      Calle El Muelle

      Playa El Varadero

      2.8
      km

      Gallery

      La Musa Art Gallery

      3.4
      km

      National Park

      La Caleta National Park

      3.4
      km

      Beach

      Playa De Diego Hernandez

      3.3
      km

      Av. de Las Gaviotas

      Playa de la Enramada

      3.4
      km

      Playa de Diego Hernandez

      3.4
      km

      Puerto Colon

      3. 4
      km

      Beach

      Playa del Veril

      3.4
      km

      Market

      Food market

      3.5
      km

      38679 Adeje

      camino virgen de la encarnacion

      3.7
      km

      38679 Adeje

      Playa de los Morteros

      3.9
      km

      Shopping area

      Playa del Duque

      4.9
      km

      38679 Costa Adeje

      monument

      4.3
      km

      Calle los Molinos 1 Casa Fuerte

      Casa Fuerte de Adeje

      4.4
      km

      Urbanizacion Playa Fañabe

      Playa de Fañabe

      4.9km

      Plaza Playa del Duque

      El Duque Castle

      4.9
      km

      Aquapark

      Dolphinarium Aqualand Costa Adeje

      6.4
      km

      Beach

      Playa de Fanabe

      4.9
      km

      Playa del Dugue

      Laura Fitness Tenerife

      4.9
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      Calle Aljibe 16 Playa Paraiso

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      500 m

      Numero 16

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      Avenida Adeje 300 Playa Paraiso Local 11

      Spice Garden Indian Restaurant

      100 м

      Avenida Adeje 300

      L ‘incontro

      160 m

      NARUMI Avenida Adeje 300 s\u002Fn

      Narumi

      280 m

      Calle Aljibe No. 16 Playa Paraiso

      Titanic Pizza

      270 m

      Calle Aljibe 22

      Restaurante La Terraza

      440 m
      km

      Calle Las Galgas

      Atipico Tasca-Bar

      400 m

      Avenida Adeje 300 Shopping El Marques

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      Reviews

      7.8

      Very good79 reviews

      Location6.4

      Room6.6

      Service5.0

      Food6.0

      • FeliksHard Rock Hotel Tenerife – Playa Paraiso

        8.4

        Excellent

        I remember a good interior, it went well with excellent service. Special thanks to the kind staff for a perfect stay. In addition, there is Playa El Pinque right next to the hotel.

        Feliks
        Russia,
        March 2022

      • AleksandrHard Rock Hotel Tenerife – Playa Paraiso

        8.6

        Excellent

        Great location, great staff.

        I really liked it here, had a great time! It is located in a picturesque area, just in time for exploring Playa Paraiso, brilliant service is also remembered! Impeccable room with a very very comfortable bed. There were amazing restaurants nearby.

        Alexander
        Russia,
        December 2021

      • VasilyHard Rock Hotel Tenerife – Playa Paraiso

        8.0

        Excellent

        Special hotel, stayed here with a child. Needless to say, the staff was always happy to help. The best part of our enjoyable stay was the hearty breakfast.

        Vasily
        Russia,
        July 2021

      • KirillHard Rock Hotel Tenerife – Playa Paraiso

        8.2

        Excellent

        In general, everything was perfectly clean, and the staff was pleasant…

        Kirill
        Russia,
        June 2021

      FAQ

      What airport is Hard Rock Hotel Tenerife Playa Paraiso near?

      Hard Rock Hotel Tenerife Playa Paraiso is located 30 km from Tenerife South Airport.

      Can I have breakfast at Hard Rock Hotel Tenerife Playa Paraiso?

      Yes, Hard Rock Hotel Tenerife Playa Paraiso serves buffet breakfast for guests.

      Hard Rock Hotel Tenerife Playa Paraiso suitable for business trips and business meetings?

      Yes, Hard Rock Hotel Tenerife Playa Paraiso offers a meeting room and photocopier.

      Is Hard Rock Hotel Tenerife suitable for families with children?

      For the youngest guests, the Hard Rock Hotel Tenerife offers a children’s menu, a mini club and a games room.

      How far is Hard Rock Hotel Tenerife from the city center?

      The distance between the Hard Rock Hotel Tenerife and the city center is 1 km.

      Hard Rock Hotel Tenerife offer meals to guests?

      Hard Rock Hotel Tenerife has an a la carte restaurant Eden Pool.

      What activities can Hard Rock Hotel Tenerife Playa Paraiso offer?

      Hard Rock Hotel Tenerife Playa Paraiso offers water slides and sun loungers.

      Are there restaurants near Hard Rock Hotel Tenerife?

      Popular eateries in the area include Elixir Cafe and Spice Garden Indian Restaurant. It is a 5 minute walk from the Hard Rock Hotel Tenerife.

      Can I park my car at the Hard Rock Hotel Tenerife?

      Yes, Hard Rock Hotel Tenerife guests can leave their car in the on-site car park.

      How much does it cost to stay at Hard Rock Hotel Tenerife Playa Paraiso?

      A room at the Hard Rock Hotel Tenerife Playa Paraiso starts from 257€.

      What rooms does the Hard Rock Hotel Tenerife consist of?

      Hard Rock Hotel Tenerife offers you a choice of Deluxe Queen Room, Queen Suite and Studio Queen Room.

      Is there any public transport near Hard Rock Hotel Tenerife?

      Yes, there is a Paraiso Floral bus stop 150 meters from the Hard Rock Hotel Tenerife.

      Address

      Avenida Adeje, 300,
      Playa Paraiso,
      Spain,
      38670,
      Tenerife

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      Check-infrom 15:00-23:59FREECheck-outuntil 12:00FREE

      Extra bedsThere are no extra beds available in a room.

      Pets Pets are allowed on request.

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      From the airport:
      Tenerife South – 21.1 km, ≈22 min.
      Tenerife North – 58.6 km, ≈63 min.

      Free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel
      Wi-Fi throughout the hotel

      Rocky/rocky beach, wild (non-equipped beach)
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      Way to the beach: within walking distance, across the road
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      • Wild, 2nd line

      • 300 meters from the lobby to the beach

      • rocky/rocky, wild (non-equipped beach)

      • Entrance to the water: rocky (special footwear recommended)

      • Path to the beach: within walking distance, across the road

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      Children 0-4 years old
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      The hotel is located in a fairly popular resort area of ​​Playa Paraiso. A hundred meters from the hotel stretches a sandy beach, you can also swim in the artificial pool, which is filled with sea water. A good choice for families with children, as there is a wide range of entertainment for young visitors. You can also take the whole family by bus to another resort area in order to get to know local customs and cultural traditions, as well as buy souvenirs and taste local cuisine.

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      Tour84164 Rew southwestern part of Tenerife

      In the article we will describe all the main beaches of the southwestern part of Tenerife. This side of the coast includes the popular resorts of Los Gigantes and Puerto de Santiago, as well as the less popular and therefore quieter towns of Alcala, Playa San Juan, Playa Paraiso, Caiao Salvaje and La Caleta (the latter is closer to the main southern resorts, but I decided to include this place is in the southwest). We will describe the beaches in the same order.

      Playa de Los Guios

      Located at the foot of the famous cliffs of Los Gigantes, tourists from many countries prefer the beach of Los Guios because of the purest and calm water, the temperature of which is much higher than anywhere else. This phenomenon is explained by the nearby cliffs, which reliably protect Los Guyos from the wind and create a comfortable corner for a pleasant stay. The town of Los Gigantes is quite small and rises directly to the rocks with its small apart-hotels and low buildings lined with an amphitheatre, surrounded on all sides by lush greenery and lush flowering vegetation.

      A strip of turquoise water and the blue of the sky stand out against the gray background of rocks and coastal volcanic sand. Family Europeans are very fond of relaxing here, who are happy to come with children. They rent a sunbed and a beach umbrella (3 euros each) and calmly bask in the sun, claiming that you can get a quality and quick tan only in Los Guyos. The beach is located next to the local port, which means that various marine activities are available to vacationers: boat trips and boat trips, sea fishing and jet skis. Riding on “bananas” and other inflatable products is not provided due to the proximity to the entrance to the port.

      The beach is urban, it is 180 m long and 20–30 m wide. There is no parking, but it is easily accessible on foot from any nearby hotel. At the service of vacationers there are restaurants and cafes on the territory of the port, where you can enjoy plenty of fish and seafood dishes or just drink beer while waiting for a boat trip. Among other services are paid showers (1 euro) and toilets, and lifeguards vigilantly monitor safety.

      General view of Los Guyos beach

      Toilet, showers and lifeguard

      View from the top of the beach and rocks

      Playa la Chica

      In Puerto de Santiago there is a small city beach Playa Chica, which is a bay with calm water and black sand, partly strewn with large pebbles . It is located under a cliff, near the old fishing pier, which is why the water is sometimes dirty. The beach is about 100 meters long and 15 meters wide, there are a couple of parking places, but it is better to visit it on foot. From the services: beach shower, trash cans, umbrellas and sometimes lifeguards are on duty. Right here there is a beach bar with drinks, and a little higher level there are several restaurants.

      General view of the beach

      Street view from above

      Satellite view

      Playa la Arena

      In the tourist center of Puerto de Santiago, one of the blue flag beaches, Playa La Arena, is conveniently located. The blue flag awarded to the beach 27 years ago is a guarantee of high quality service and good sea conditions, which makes the beach a favorite destination for vacationers of all ages. Often here you can meet professional photographers who are attracted by the amazing beauty of landscapes and bright velvet sunsets. The length and width of the black sand beach are 140 and 40 meters respectively. Tourists are provided with paid showers and toilets (20 cents each), foot washing, rental of sunbeds and umbrellas. There is also a tourist office, parking, as well as many shops, cafes, bars and pizzerias. The lifeguard team works on the beach around the clock. There are no water activities here, and when the waves rise, you won’t be able to swim.

      Beach in sunny weather

      General view of the beach

      Satellite view

      Playa Punta Blanca

      Not far from Puerto de Santiago is the wild beach of Punta Blanca, which is considered a great place for surfing. Wave lovers come here to train and live right in the vans, which are clearly visible from the nearby road.
      This black beach, almost two kilometers long and only 10 meters wide, is not very suitable for sunbathing, as it is completely covered with gravel and pebbles. No services are provided, so it will be appreciated exclusively by lovers of riding the waves, and it is not at all interesting for ordinary beach tourists.

      General view

      Waves on the beach

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      Playa de La Jaquita

      The village of Alcala has several well-maintained beaches and one of them is Playa de La Jaquita. It is located next to the Gran Meliá Palacio De Isora hotel and it is the hotel guests who are the main visitors to the beach. The beach itself, with black volcanic sand, has a length of 150 meters and a width of about 30 and most often without waves. Among the services: showers, changing rooms, toilets, litter bins, rental of sunbeds and umbrellas, tourist office, playground and bar. There is also parking.

      La Jaquita Beach

      General view

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      Playa de Alcala

      Not all tourists will find it convenient on the city beach of Alcala – in addition to gray and black sand, there are rocky places, gravel and pebbles. A small beach has a length of 30 meters, a width of 15. There is a pier nearby and water activities are theoretically available, but in fact they may not be. But you can go diving or snorkeling, swimming in the company of large turtles. Nearby there are many cafes and restaurants with local cuisine and clean restrooms. For those who come by car there are parking spaces.

      View on a weekday

      General view

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      Playa Mendez

      The beach called Playa Mendez is located next to the previous one in a quiet bay of Alcala and is hidden by a ledge of a rock of volcanic origin, which perfectly protects from waves. It is about 90 meters long and only 8 meters wide, covered with gravel, pebbles and rubble. A secluded and quiet place with no services provided.

      General view of the beach

      General view

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      Playa San Juan

      San Juan beach occupies the southern outskirts of the city of the same name. Since 2012, the beach has been awarded the Blue Flag, which indicates the good quality of services and the condition of the water. The beach is located next to a small port, the breakwater of which is a good protection from waves and wind. Part of the beach is covered with black sand, and part with yellow fine sand or pebbles. The length is 360 meters, the width is 30. At the service of tourists: an ambulance service, a tour desk, a free shower, toilets and changing rooms, as well as a playground. Nearby there are many hotels and restaurants where you can enjoy live music and delicious food in the evening.

      San Juan Beach

      General view of the beach

      Satellite view

      Playa Abama Golf Resort

      Not far from Playa San Juan is the Abama Golf Resort, which was built in 2005. It turned out that the rocky coast is not suitable for recreation, and they began to bring a large amount of white sand here, turning the place into one of the comfortable snow-white beaches 100 meters long and 20 meters wide for everyone. If you intend to visit the beach of the hotel, make sure that there is no holiday, otherwise, due to the influx of locals who are happy to come here on weekends and holidays, it will not be easy for you to find a place for yourself.
      The beach services include a shower, a toilet, but only tourists staying at the hotel are provided with sunbeds and umbrellas. The lift that takes you to the beach and back to the hotel is also only for hotel guests, but everyone else can go down the stairs on foot.

      View from the top platform

      General view of the beach

      Satellite view

      Playa de Ajabo

      Ajabo beach is located in the town of Callao Salvaje. Until recently, it was an undeveloped and completely wild place that had to be ennobled. It got better, but the water here is often cold and muddy, so this is one of my least favorite places to swim. The sand is black, there are many stones and pebbles, which makes entering the water more difficult. The beach is about 100 meters long and up to 40 wide, there are paid umbrellas and sun loungers. There is also a cafe, toilets and showers. In general, you can lie down and sunbathe, but if possible, it is better to choose another beach for swimming and entertainment.

      Ocean view

      General view of the beach

      View from above

      Playa de La Enramada

      Playa de La Enramada city beach is located in a quiet area of ​​La Caleta and will interest those who love be alone with nature. The coast is covered with small pebbles and black sand, the waves are calm, but sometimes they are big, which attracts surfers. The beach is 325 meters long and 18 meters wide. There are sun loungers, umbrellas and ample parking. There is also a beach bar, and there are several hotels, cafes and restaurants nearby.

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      Tenerife: Frequently Asked Questions

      Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Tenerife

       

      Where is Tenerife?

       

      Although Tenerife is an autonomous region of Spain, it actually lies just 300 km off the west coast of Africa, thus giving it a unique blend of Spanish culture and African sun.

       

      Is Tenerife in the EU?

       

      Yes, as a part of Spain, Tenerife is very firmly within the EU and its currency is the Euro. However, the island has VAT free status which means it falls outside of EU Customs allowances. 

       

      When is the best time to visit Tenerife?

       

      Although Tenerife has low seasons, it has no ‘off season’ and places are generally open all year. The visitor trend is for Northern Europeans to favour the winter months in order to escape the cold of home and for Spanish mainlanders to favour the summer months in order to escape the heat of the cities and plains. If you like it quiet, try May, early June, and early December.

       

      What is the weather like?

       

      Tenerife has a sub tropical climate which means that sunshine is its default setting all year round and you can sunbathe no matter what month you visit. Summers are hot, but not too hot with average temperatures around 26°C and cooling trade winds to keep the island in the comfortable zone. Winters are pleasantly mild with an average of 19°C.

       

      Is there a time difference?

       

      Unlike mainland Spain, Tenerife is on Greenwich Mean Time and moves its clocks forward in spring and back in the fall, so if you’re coming from the UK, there is no time difference. 

       

      Can I climb Mount Teide?

       

      Yes, provided you have the stamina, anyone can climb Mount Teide but you need a permit to reach the summit for which you can apply online. Most people prefer to take the cable car to within 200 metres of Spain’s highest peak but those who wish to plant their virtual flag on the top can do so either by climbing from the base of the mountain at Montaña Blanca or from the cable car exit.

       

      The ultimate reward goes to those who begin from Montaña Blanca, stay the night at the Altavista Refuge and then climb to the summit to witness daybreak over the archipelago, for which you don’t need a permit provided you return before the first cable car of the day.

       

      My cruise docks at Santa Cruz for one day. What’s the best way to spend my limited time?

       

      The city of Santa Cruz has many attractions including botanical gardens, museums, splendid architecture, great shopping and excellent cafés and restaurants. It’s also very compact to explore on foot so get hold of a walking guide and get to know Tenerife’s capital city.

       

      If you’re looking for a beach, jump on the 910 bus at the port and head to Tenerife’s most beautiful sun, sea and sand spot, the golden, tropical paradise of Las Teresitas. If you want to get to Mount Teide, pick up a local excursion but expect to spend in total up to three hours of your time travelling.

       

      Is Tenerife safe?

       

      Yes, Tenerife has a very low crime rate and is a very safe place to visit and to live in. There aren’t any ‘no-go’ areas and streets are safe to wander in at night as well as during the day. You should nevertheless exercise common sense, particularly in the main tourist resorts, by not leaving valuables unattended on the beach or in your hire car.

       

      I’ve heard the north is cloudy and wet while the south is sunny and dry…is that true?

       

      Generally speaking, the north of Tenerife enjoys the same idyllic climate as the south but is a little cooler and cloudier, most noticeably during the summer months of July and August, and it does get rainfall in the winter, mainly in the months of November and March. 

       

      Is the water safe to drink?

       

      Yes, but because of the heavy treatment of tap water, your stomach may not be used to the additives. Most visitors choose to drink the bottled water instead. But if you’re out walking and find a water fountain in a picnic zone or a rural village, stock up – it’s fresh mountain water and delicious.

       

      Do I need to hire a car to see the island?

       

      No, there is a very good bus service – Titsa – which has good coverage over most of the island, is clean and reasonably reliable. But some journeys can take a long time, particularly in tourist areas where every little hamlet is served, and some places are too tricky to get to by bus so ultimately, car hire gives you the most flexibility and freedom. It’s cheap too.

       

      Are there cockroaches?

       

      It’s important to recognise that Tenerife is a sub-tropical destination and inevitably you may encounter the occasional cockroach but they are largely confined to the tourist areas around large bins and of course are only nocturnal. You can also find mosquitoes in late summer, particularly around fresh water sources such as irrigation tanks but generally speaking, Tenerife is largely a pest-free zone. ..

       

      Are there timeshare touts?

       

      …speaking of pests, all the big resorts on Tenerife have a few touts who will try to get you to a timeshare sales venue via scratch cards. A polite refusal is all you need to keep them at bay. The same goes for the street vendors with their ‘designer’ sunglasses and watches. 

       

      Is it expensive to eat out on Tenerife?

       

      No. As in most of Spain, eating out is an integral part of the culture and can be done for as little as seven or eight Euros for a three course menu del dïa and beer at €1 – €1.50 a pint. For those who have more exacting culinary tastes, Tenerife has some excellent restaurants serving both local and International cuisine.

       

      Is it easy to get work for a season?

       

      Pre-Brexit, yes. Now, not so much… if you’re going to do it legally!

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      In Lanzarote, take an optional excursion to Lanzarote to admire a panoramic view of the El Janubio salt mines and the famous Lava Coast, “Los Hervideros” rocks engraved by the sea action and wind erosion. Continue to El Golfo, traveling into the Fire Mountains and among volcanoes to visit the Timanfaya National Park. After a short stop for an inclusive lunch, visit the César Manrique Foundation. Continue towards La Geria, the Lanzarote wine route which includes a careful selection of wineriesa and wine testing. Overnight in port.

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      Arrive in Los Cristianos Port, South Tenerife in the morning and disembark after breakfast. Transfer to the airport for your continued independent travels.

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      Review for Braemar to Africa

      chrisbev

      10+ Cruises • Age 50s

      Just got back from west Africa cruise on the Fred Olsen Braemar, What a fantastic cruise experience it was. We have cruised with many cruise lines including P&O, Celebrity, Princess, Thomsons, NCL,The service was excellent, nothing is ever too much trouble for any of the crew, really friendly, wonderful people,THE Waiters we had in the Grampian restaurant were fantastic, we were on table 31, and …

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      Sail Date: April 2014


      Excellent cruise

      Review for Braemar to Africa

      VictorMeldrew

      10+ Cruises • Age 70s

      We are regular Fred. Olsen cruisers and this was one of the best experiences we’ve had with them. Let’s get the negative out of the way first – charter flights with Monarch are never good news! So little leg room. We had a late flight, arriving at the Braemar in Tenerife at about 9.00 p.m., and we had to load our own luggage onto the coach and off at the other end. Not a good start. Our late …

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      Sail Date: March 2014


      OUR FAVOURITE CRUISE SHIP TO DATE!

      Review for Braemar to Africa

      Prof de F

      6-10 Cruises • Age 70s

      We have just returned home from a lovely cruise on Fred Olsen’s Braemar to Cape Verde, The Gambia and Senegal and fully understand why people travel more than once on this ship. We certainly will! Having previously travelled on P and O, Princess cruises, Holland and America, Ocean Village and Thomson we found that “Fred” comes up trumps!
      Our cabin was an outside cabin on deck 4 with a picture …

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      Sail Date: March 2014


      A little disappointing

      Review for Braemar to Africa

      Maudash

      6-10 Cruises • Age 80s

      Fred Olsen flew us to Tenerife via Monarch from Manchester. We couldn’t book seats in advance as there was some kind of tension between Monarch and Fred Olsen. The Monarch plane was appalling. Extra seats had been installed and there was no leg room and no air supply for some seats as they were out of sync with the new seating. You could book extra leg room on a few rows on check-in for £30 each …

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      Sail Date: January 2014


      Cape Verdi and West Africa

      Review for Braemar to Africa

      keithhanson

      2-5 Cruises • Age 70s

      Having just been on a cruise with Fred starting at Tenerife to Cape Verdi and west Africa an back to Gran Canaria and Fuertaventura I am going to give it 5 star rating. The ship is good. It is not as glitzy as some but is neat, tidy and easy to move around. Cabin was clean and comfortable and adequate although not oversized. We were on deck 4 outside with a window and it was very convenient and …

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      Sail Date: January 2014


      Unusual destinations on a lovely little ship

      Review for Braemar to Africa

      Bollinger_Babe

      10+ Cruises • Age 60s

      My husband and I are veteran cruisers and this was our second time on FOCL’s Braemar. We have been on all the ‘Fred’ ships and the Braemar is my own personal favourite as she is just the right size to make a more personal experience.
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      Finding African influences in T Canary Islands gastronomy

      When we first started travel writing social media was a term of the near future, travel writers didn’t inhabit cyberspace, and blogs hadn’t yet become mainstream. Subsequently, there were far fewer sources of detailed destination information online. When researching, we spotted very quickly that much of the information we read came from the same limited sources. Information lifted from guidebooks peppered numerous websites. Some of it was good, some of it wasn’t. When the source got something wrong, that same mistake was repeated over and over and over again. One example related to which movies were filmed on Tenerife. For years travel guides (both in print and in human form) incorrectly informed visitors that Star Wars and Planet of the Apes were filmed in Teide National Park. As a result, when we researched the places we visited on Tenerife, as well as using other sources, we popped into libraries to shore up our own experiences/perceptions with locally archived facts, history and anecdotes.

      Film crew in Teide National Park.

      The travel writing world has changed in the intervening 15 years. There are now, on the face of it, multitudinous sources available at the press of a button. But the same old patterns still exist. Many of the travel articles you read about Tenerife, or any destination for that matter, will not be original. Too many will be written by people who haven’t visited the place they’ve written about or experienced the things they write about. The information included will have been gleamed from elsewhere. It’s not difficult to spot this as similar sounding sentences pop up all over the place. One common one is that Tenerife and Canarian gastronomy is a mixture of Spanish, African, and South American cuisine. You’ll see this referenced in numerous travel articles about Canarian food, and every time I read it I know the words which follow have been penned by someone who doesn’t really know Canarian cuisine.

      South American street food, found even in small towns on Tenerife.

      Sure, there are many dishes on the menus in traditional Canarian restaurants which are common on the Spanish mainland, and the South American influences are there to be found as well. But what about Africa? What exactly are the local concoctions which might have diners remarking “that’s just like that dish we ate in Essaouira/Banjul/Dakar/ Mindelo…”?

      A Cape Verdean feast, for two.

      It’s one of those Tenerife travel ‘facts’ churned out over an over again. The island’s markets and supermarkets might share some of the same fish, fruit, pulses, and vegetables found in the markets of the lands not so far away to the east. There might be messy ‘everything but the kitchen sink’ stews and busy fish and seafood rice concoctions, but you’ll struggle to find dishes on menus which reflect the ones eaten in West and North West Africa.

      Migas and fish in Andalusia.

      As well as having notched up god knows how many Canarian restaurants on all the islands over the years, we’ve eaten at traditional restaurants in Morocco, The Gambia, and Cape Verde – all African countries which are relatively near to the Canaries. Yet, in Canarian restaurants we haven’t seen variations of the likes of Moroccan tagines, Cape Verdean cachupas, or West African spicy jollof rice on any menus. In fact, we tasted far more evidence of Moorish influences in the food we ate in villages in Andalusia; unsurprisingly, given the Moors ruled parts of Spain for 800 years. In the centre of Lisbon, thanks to links with former colonies, West African food is relatively common, and certainly far easier to find than it is in the Canary Islands.

      Spicy and creamy African cuisine in Lisbon.

      Despite the proximity of the African continent, the likelihood the islands’ original inhabitants came from North Africa, and the superficial claims of many a travel article/website, Canarian gastronomy surprisingly doesn’t bear much resemblance to that found on the fascinating land to the east at all.

      So far, most of the above is deduced from our personal experiences, and on the ground research.

      Tagine in Marrakech.

      But talking of research, let’s bring this full circle. Like I mentioned at the start, we like to confirm our own findings/perceptions by checking them against credible sources. The food & drink section of our The Real Tenerife guidebook is fuelled not only by our own experiences but by info gleaned from numerous interviews over the years with farmers, vineyard owners, specialist producers, and local chefs etc.

      Cachupa for breakfast in Sao Vicente, Cape Verde.

      In this case that credible source is a West African organisation dedicated to educating people in the Canary Islands about the ‘richness’ of the culture, life, and gastronomy of the lands they represent. In a document specifically about gastronomy they write this:

      “One of those multiple riches is gastronomy, one of the great unknowns to Spanish society.”

      Tellingly, one of their aims is to ‘bring the cuisine of the continent to their neighbour’.

      They wouldn’t have to do that if it was already there.

      Nuestra Señora de África Market – Barceló Experiences

      Due to its pink colour-scheme and neo-Colonial appearance, the Nuestra Señora de África Market, better known as La Recova, is impossible to miss on a stroll through Santa Cruz de Tenerife. In fact, it should be included in all tourist walking routes owing to the fact that it is a historic building where you can get a real feel for daily life in the city. It is also perfect for discovering local produce, as you can taste the island’s most authentic flavours right on the premises. Above all, make the most of your visit to acquaint yourself with delicious Canarian cheese, wine, mojo sauces and tropical fruit. Over 200 traders await to talk to you about their exclusive produce. Is there a better place to find a culinary souvenir to take home?

      How the Nuestra Señora de África Market began

      The market opened its doors in 1943 and is heir to the former nineteenth-century poultry market situated on the other side of the Santos Ravine. In the beginning the market was an essential space to come to for buying food, not just in Santa de Cruz de Tenerife but for the whole island. Its facilities combined ordinary retail trade as well as wholesale, an important role that it maintained until 1974.

       

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      This was the year in which the second life of Nuestra Señora de África Market began as it said farewell to those golden years by creating a separate wholesale market, Mercatenerife, where much of its trade was to move. Although commercial activity was reduced, it continued until 1985, when it started to become apparent that food habits were changing among citizens, as they began to opt for other type of shops and larger establishments. The sale of fresh produce began to drop and the number of supermarkets, which took business away from La Recova, started to increase. The repercussions were soon apparent and stands began to close (30% are empty). For a decade the situation hardly changed and few locals call for the traditional market model.

      In this critical state of affairs, a voice from within the market emerged advocating self-management of the space, a proposal that was accepted by the City Hall. From then on, Nuestra Señora de África Market began to manage the facilities itself whilst trying to adapt to new times. As a non-profit cooperative, it safeguarded its interests and assessed new ways to make the space profitable. Today this same model still persists; a model that has been recognised with various awards, such as the Gold Medal from the Government of the Canary Islands and the Gold Medal from the city of Santa Cruz de Tenerife.

      High-speed construction

      The history of the market’s construction is fascinating, as it was only possible thanks to the donation of one and a half million pesetas by the capital general Ricardo Serrador Santés, who put forward the money with two conditions: that it be built in a maximum of six months and that it be overseen by a representative of the Economic Authority of the Canary Islands. Although it was finished in 18 months, the result couldn’t have worked out any better as a striking building—declared an Asset of Cultural Interest in 2004—was eventually built. The market’s main entrance is a large archway spanning eight metres, leading into an interior that is built around three courtyards, which are connected via porticoed walkways. The market was named Nuestra Señora de África [Our Lady of Africa] in memory of the saint of the captain general’s wife.

      In the beginning, produce had to be sold on the same day as it didn’t have refrigerators. Fish was conserved with ice until 1957 when the first cold storage room was installed in the semi-basement. The basement, which initially served as a warehouse, was integrated into the market three years later due to demand from traders.

      Today the ground floor houses the fishmongers, 16 shops selling varied produce, and the car park (free for customers). The rest of the stands and a children’s play area are situated on the first floor. Next to the market is the Rambla Azul, where books, bazaar items and artisan products are sold.

      When in the market look out for sculptures such as The Milklady and Homage to Chicharreros (the name given to the inhabitants of Tenerife), and a clock mechanism from the late twentieth century.

      Daily shopping and gourmet food tasting

      The Nuestra Señora de África Market offers a practical service to residents of the capital of Tenerife, who come to do their daily shopping. At the market they can find fruit, vegetables, poultry, preserves, charcuterie, cakes and pastries, baked goods, salted items and meat and fish, among others. The flower stalls, situated in the central courtyard, provide a touch of colour and aroma, making it an even more enjoyable experience.

      In addition to shopping, you can also savour the best gourmet food tastings at the market. This trend, which is so widespread across Europe, has now arrived at the market. For travellers it is an excellent opportunity to sample the finest produce that the Canary Islands have to offer all under one roof. You can’t leave the market without trying a barraquito (a coffee liqueur) or papas arrugadas con mojo picón (‘wrinkled’ potatoes served with a spicy sauce). Tenerife’s cuisine is truly delicious, so be sure to make the most of the occasion.

      In addition to enjoying a walk through the market and grabbing a few bites to eat, it’s also possible to attend special workshops that are organised regularly such as ‘La Recova Nights’ and ‘The Flavours of La Recova’.

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      The water temperature in the coastal zone fluctuates slightly around 20C (February – 19C, August – 24C), so you can swim in the ocean all year round.

      The history of Tenerife is more like a legend

      In Western Europe, the existence of the Canary archipelago has been known since ancient times. In the Greek myths described by Homer and Hesiod, the islands are described as “the abode of the blessed and the garden of the Hesperides.”
      Most likely, the islands owe their inexpressible energy power and attractiveness precisely to their connection with Atlantis. The traces of its presence on the islands have been preserved since its inception to this day. Take at least the indigenous inhabitants of the islands. When the conquistadors came to this fertile land, people called the Guanches lived on the islands, which in the local language meant “son of Tenerife”.

      Tenerife, like other islands of the Canary archipelago, arose on the site of Atlantis that existed more than 12 million years ago, which was buried under the water column when the hitherto dormant volcano woke up.

      Guanches – indigenous people of the Canary archipelago or Atlantis

      The origin of the Guanches is lost in legend. Tall, fair-haired Guanches are a solid tangle of mysteries and contradictions, just like their whole history. Who they are, where and how they got to the archipelago, no one knows. The Portuguese, and then the Spaniards, the French, having discovered the Canary Islands, expected to meet here with the African population, but they found a Caucasoid type of people, moreover, similar not to southern, but to northern Europeans: Swedes, Pomeranian Slavs . ..

      Islanders, as a selection, tall blond with white skin. Women were distinguished by a wonderful figure and soft hair of flaxen, red and chestnut colors. In character and temperament, the Guanches also resembled Europeans. At the same time, they walked in skins and ate the meat of dogs. Despite some differences between the inhabitants of individual islands, they were all similar to each other and spoke dialects of the same language.

      It would be most correct to assume that the Guanches came to the islands from the sea. But how? They didn’t have boats. And they were so ignorant of navigation that they were horrified at the mere thought of sailing or rowing from one island to another. However, not like boats, the Guanches did not make boats, or even rafts. Fish were caught from the shore on a hook or shoals were driven into nets by hand. But the ancestors of these people somehow ended up on the islands?! True, the Guanches swam well, but this does not explain this riddle, because the islands of the archipelago closest to Africa – Fuerteventura and Lanzarote – are still 60 miles away from it.

      On the one hand, the Guanches managed to 15 century. to reach the Neolithic (Stone Age), on the other hand, they had a script that has not been deciphered so far (unless, of course, the inscriptions found in the caves in an unknown language belong to the Guanches). There is no other people in history that would have created writing while still at the Neolithic stage. Well, is it really impossible not to agree that they actually come from a real-life Atlantis. Although the ancient Canarians lived in the Stone Age, their social organization was quite complex. Each clan was ruled by a monarch (mensei) and a “parliament” – a council of elders. The Guanches did not know metal, mummified the dead and used paint to decorate bodies in the form of clay stamps. Oddly enough, exactly the same stamps were found in Mexico.

      However, a rather long digression into the history of the Guanches should not confuse you, because the mystery of this people is part of the general spirit of the Canary Islands.

      How to describe paradise and the feeling of being in it?

      We must be honest and say that for many, the original purpose of visiting the Canary Islands was still a vacation that will seem incredibly wonderful in a cold and unfriendly November, December, January, February or March with April. Indeed, after arriving on the islands and feeling a strong temperature drop, your whole being will plunge into a soft feather bed of bliss bestowed by the fertile nature of the island:

      • gentle sun and ocean in the south,
      • incredibly clean, fresh, iodine-filled air,
      • mighty rocks, attracting with their powerful energy,
      • and of course the incredibly blissful and friendly feeling that reigns throughout the island.

      Very soon, filled with the gentle energy of the sun, you will realize that the traditional entertainment that is offered in abundance to tourists on the island does not inspire you, and, as if hearing a call, you will begin to make a list of the mysterious places of power of the Canary Islands.

      Personal list of the mysterious places of power of the Canary Islands

      We recommend that you first of all visit the “barranco” (gorge) of Masca. To get to this curious place, you will certainly have to drive along incredibly beautiful mountain serpentines one and a half cars wide and breathe in the cleanest air coming from the ocean.

      Masca Gorge, Tenerife

      We must immediately make a reservation that if you, as a diligent tourist, are going to walk the entire 600-meter route leading from a small village where the descendants of pirates live to the ocean coast, then you, of course, will arrive at the place early in the morning and be able to enjoy the views , 2.5 hour descent and no less expensive ascent.

      Mask Gorge: an incredibly beautiful mountain serpentine 1.5 cars wide

      However, you can enjoy truly powerful sensations from contact with the energy of a huge tectonic fault if you walk, stopping at every step and trying not to lose sight of any of the relief of the island that opens up to our eyes. If you arrived at the place rather late, then remember that there are about 4 hours of darkness left and, therefore, you will not have enough time for a full descent and ascent. But as it turns out later, this is the most favorable time to immerse yourself in the surrounding nature in relative peace (without crowds past tourists scurrying up and down). But there is something to see in the gorge.

      Either because of excessive impressionability and wild fantasy, or because of incredible sensitivity to all kinds of influences, you will feel someone’s presence all the way. As if someone is watching your every move with a keen eye. At the same time, this feeling is not hostile …. rather, it makes it clear that you are obliged to obey the incredible power that comes from these places. And having gone deep about halfway through the stunningly beautiful waterfalls, you will finally find a place for a halt and a gorgeous photo session.

      View of the waterfall from the bottom of the Maska gorge

      This is where all your feelings will really open up. It is impossible to convey the overwhelming feeling when you are at the depths of the Maska Gorge, even if you have visited the mountains more than once, and you really have something to compare with. Being alone with nature, one has only to listen…. Mountains always create a feeling of greatness and inviolability, but there really is something here …. as if along the bottom of the gorge there is a thin line between the worlds in time and space, and vigilant Guanches guards tirelessly watch and protect every visitor.

      In general, I must admit that the island really does not feel the passage of time and everything is filled with peace and grace. This is truly heaven on earth! ))))

      Pico del Teide

      The central place of all legends and the place of worship of the Guanches is, of course, Pico del Teide (Mount Teide). The mountain is considered the highest point not only in the Canary Islands, but also in Spain. Thanks to Teide, Tenerife is called the “two-faced island”. It divides the island into southern and northern parts. The south is rocky and sunny with many coves, the cleanest beaches of black volcanic sand, the north, on the contrary, is buried in fantastic elven forests and attracts all lovers of secluded relaxation.

      Mount Teide – height – 3718 m.

      Tenerife car rental experience

      In general, if we talk about choosing the right vehicle to move around the island, in order to feel the energy of the island yourself and truly immerse yourself in the atmosphere of the island’s unique places of power, you need to travel by car. An incredibly pleasant feeling is left not only by the nature of the island, but also with what care the inhabitants keep and protect it.

      Stopping at numerous miradors and slowly climbing your way to the volcano, you will surely appreciate the sophistication of the transition from the desert coast in the south, through the belt of misty clouds, where the majestic Canary pine grows in abundance, and to the sunny Las Cañadas del Teide, the national park of Spain . Well, where else can you go through the clouds like this on a cool gloomy day, rise to the very sun and feel life itself in all its love and beauty!

      Canarian pine

      Canary pine is worth mentioning separately. She, like many things on the island, is unique. Over the years of living in such a difficult place to live, the tree has developed an amazing property – it has become fireproof. Even if the tree burns by 80%, it will recover very quickly. Thanks to these unique properties, Canary pine is considered the most valuable building material.

      Teide Experience

      Throughout the trip to the Teide peak, many tourists, according to their stories, did not leave the feeling of happiness and a sense of the sacrament that was about to happen. And everyone who has been there and climbed the funicular to the very top will surely understand these impressions. All the way to the volcano, you can think about the history of Atlantis, the origin of Teide, its purpose and the secrets kept under the layers of volcanic rock.

      When you get to the El Teleferico lift, you can say with confidence that meeting with a powerful volcano will change your life and significantly renew your physical, mental and emotional body!

      Having risen to the level of 3555 m on the lift, you are so close to the center of a powerful column of positive energy, beating from the very heart of the volcano into space. And this energy permeates you, breaks through all energy plugs, cleanses of everything superficial that interferes with the free movement of energy, makes your own Qi flow gently and evenly and fills you with pure vitality, a powerful positive charge … and this is only part of the message that was received on top of the mountain…and there is still so much to do.

      As soon as you come into contact with this pure stream, you begin to return to the origins of yourself, as if the same light appears again at the end of the tunnel, which guides you through life and gives you strength to search for your true destiny . .. .. and everything immediately falls into place.

      It is impossible to describe the desire to fly and the complete feeling of freedom outside of time and space, gravity and consciousness that arises on top of a mountain. This is how he is – a powerful master, like a loving father accepting his sons and giving them a piece of “original” life…

      Incredibly difficult to describe sensations, but we hope not to bore you in our immersion in inner sensations. In addition, we need to move on in our story, because there are still so many places of power on this tiny island in the ocean!

      The next stop on the map of Tenerife was Benijo Beach.

      Esperanza Forest

      Through the forest of Esperanza (Bosque de la Esperanza) runs the TF-24 highway from Mount Teide to the town of La Laguna. The Elven Forest of Hope (as translated from Spanish la Esperanza) is located on the northwestern slope of the Teide. Canarian pines are being replaced by fragrant eucalyptus trees with “peeled” trunks. Ah, what a fragrance in this forest!

      Esperanza Forest seems close in spirit and for some reason resembles Siberian pine forests. And the energetically viscous air filled with the aromas of eucalyptus seemed intoxicating and immediately wanted to stay in it longer. But unfortunately, many do not notice these beauties, but rush to drive it only along the highway, watching its amazing beauty from the car window.

      Description of the experience of walking in the Esperanza Forest

      As if spellbound, we stopped the car and, having parked, went for a walk in the forest. For some reason, the elven queen stood before my eyes all the time: beautiful and mysteriously beckoning travelers into the thicket of the forest. I really wanted to sit down in meditation and, having united with the spirits of the forest, go on a journey in search of the secrets of the universe, but we were driven by time, or rather, the inexorably approaching darkness. How I want to be there right now!

      But at such a walking pace, you may not make it to your destination – a small village called Benijo – on this day, so you should hurry up or postpone the trip the next day.

      Where to go on your last day in Tenerife

      On the last full day of your stay in Tenerife, take the TF-1 highway to the capital of Tenerife – Santa Cruz, and then through the Anaga ridge and the forest of Las Mercedes along the pass to Taganana.

      Les Las Mercedes

      Initiates know that in the preglacial period, when dinosaurs inhabited the earth, the entire territory of modern Europe was covered with subtropical evergreen relict forests. Such forests are preserved today only in the Canaries, the Azores and Madeira. The prehistoric forest is really beautiful and doesn’t look like Esperanza at all. However, these two amazing and completely different forests evoke their own associations and sensations for everyone. Forest Las Mercedes is a completely different property. Here the air is much lighter and a walk through the forest is more likely to meet another unique plant than to meet an energetically charged place. However, as mentioned earlier, everything on this island has an extremely positive charge, and the keepers carefully protect everyone and everyone that falls into their domain.

      Having passed the wonderful forests of Tenerife along the northwestern slope through the Taganana Pass, we headed for a small village called Benijo. Some time ago this place was not so popular, but now its popularity is steadily growing among lovers of ecotourism.

      You can arrive early in the morning, park your rented car at some small cafe and go down a long equipped staircase along the rocks to the beach, which was the ultimate goal of traveling to this part of the island. Benijo beach (Benijo) is not particularly suitable for swimming, because it is not located in the bay, but almost at the junction of land and the raging ocean. This is evidenced by the inscription standing at the descent to the wild beach.

      Benijo beach

      If you arrive at the time we wrote about above, then on this beach you will be lucky to meet only local hunters for the inhabitants of the sea.

      Once on the beach, you can decompose the numerous belongings that you brought with you, and, having a snack, get to know the ocean better. I must say that the power of the open ocean is impressive and mesmerizing at once. Only when you go waist-deep into foaming, seething water and barely keeping your feet from the blows of huge waves that come one after another and, retreating, tighten with incredible force, you feel like a tiny sliver in a free element, whose name is the Atlantic Ocean.

      Esotericists say that two energies are mixed here: the energy of the ocean and the energy of the volcano. On the ocean shore on the beach of Benijo, you seem to find yourself in a parallel world. Everything mundane becomes insignificant and you find yourself in two worlds at the same time. The feeling of freedom is combined with the state of searching for the meaning of existence….

      Such a variety of places of power and pearls of natural beauty can rarely be found on such a small corner of the land. It’s a pity that a lot can’t be seen and felt during these 2 weeks. But there are still mysterious pyramids in the Guimar area. In the southeast of Tenerife, not far from the famous resort of Las Americas Tenerife, a 5-minute drive from the city of Candelaria with its famous basilica dedicated to the Black Madonna, and half an hour from the capital of the island, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, there is another place of power Canary Islands – Pyramids of Guimar. Here is a complex of ancient pyramids, which are still shrouded in mystery for archaeologists.

      Pyramids of Guimar

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      Athens, Greece – Average Annual Weather

      August is the hottest month in Athens with an average temperature of 28.7°C (84°F) and the coldest is January at 10°C (50°F) with the most daily sunshine hours at 12 in July. The wettest month is December with an average of 97.6mm of rain. The best month to swim in the sea is in August when the average sea temperature is 25°C (77°F).

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      Athens, Greece – July Weather

      What’s the Weather like in Athens in July 

      Temperature 

      Although summer in Athens began in June, on average the weather reaches its highest temperatures in July. The average temperature this month is 27°C (81°F), while the average low is a warm 22°C (72°F), and the average high is a stifling 32°C (90°F). The weather in July stays relatively constant throughout the month. July begins with lots of sun, no threat of rain, and an average daily temperature of 25°C (77°F). The middle of the month continues to produce sunny days with no rain, and an increase of the average daily temperature to 27°C (81°C). The end of July brings weather that is the same for the middle of the month. The lowest ever recorded temperature in Athens in July is 16°C (61°F), while the highest ever recorded temperature is 42°C (108°F).

      Sunshine Hours 

      Just as the two months prior to it, July sees the highest average of daily sunshine in Athens for the year at 10 hours. The warm temperatures and high amount of sun create good conditions for visiting the beach, which is a popular activity this month.

      Rainfall

      A miniscule amount of rain also makes for good beach days, and in July the average rainfall is just 10mm, happening over the course of only one day.

      Average Sea Temperature 

      Another reason beaches are so popular in July is because of the increased temperature of the sea. The average sea temperature this month is 24°C (75°F), which is considered warm by all, even for extended periods in the water.

      Humidity 

      Although the temperatures reach their peak in July, they fortunately are not accompanied by an increase in humidity. The average humidity this month is just 50%, which is comfortable and unnoticeable, although temperatures this month can be hot enough on their own to create discomfort. There is also an average of zero snow/fog days in July.

      Athens Hotels in July

      Athens Habitat Apartments offers apartment-style living, with the amenities of staying at a hotel. They have several types of rooms to choose from, and have a few sites located around Athens. All of their rooms come with breakfast, air-conditioning, wireless Internet, and a kitchen area. Lunch and dinner can be ordered to the room as well. There is also a fitness center on-site, as well as a body treatment area offering massages, reflexology, and yoga classes. They are located about a 15 minute drive from the city centre.

      In 2007 The Athens Gate Hotel was fully renovated and now has 99 rooms over seven floors. All rooms come with air-conditioning and wireless Internet, while the front-facing rooms have views of the Temple of Olympian Zeus, and certain rooms on the back of the hotel have views of the Acropolis. The hotel has a rooftop bar and restaurant offering stunning views, as well as a bar/cafeteria located in the lobby. They are located about a 12 minute walk from the city centre, and just 100 metres away from the Acropolis Museum.

      Athens Beach for July 

      Lomvarda Beach is a small, but quaint beach, consisting of both soft sand and pebbles. There are two separate areas to this beach, one with facilities and places to rent sunbeds and umbrellas, while the other is much more secluded without such facilities, although both areas can get crowded during this time of the year. Swimming is popular here as the water is almost always calm. Located just off of the beach is Zaxos Grill, offering traditional Greek dishes at reasonable prices. Lomvarda Beach is about a 36 minute drive from the city centre and is accessible by public buses.

      Loutsa Beach is very popular during the summer months among both tourists and locals, as it is one of the closest beaches to Athens. It’s tough to avoid crowds during July, but if you are trying to do this, Loutsa Beach is not recommended. The beach here is made up of sand and large pebbles and although the water is not crystalline, it is still great for swimming. There are lots of facilities, including sunbed and umbrella rentals, as well as taverns located right on the beach offering food and drink, meaning you will not have to leave the beach to find sustenance. Loutsa Beach is located about a 35 minute drive from the city centre.

      Bars and Restaurants 

      Chocolat Royal offers a little bit of everything, as they are a bar/restaurant/café all mixed into one. Whether you want a full dinner, just a cocktail, or simply dessert, Chocolat Royal caters to all. They offer a mix of Greek and Mediterranean dishes for their main courses, with things like beef short ribs, salmon, or a variety of pastas and risottos. They also have an extensive dessert menu, as well as serving wines and a mix of both classic and “Chocolat” cocktails. They are open daily, are about a 20 minute walk from the city centre, and offer exquisite views of the Acropolis.  

      Things to do in Athens in July 

      A great way to enjoy the warm temperatures this month and also to find some natural shade, is to visit the National Garden. Created in 1839 by Queen Amelia to be used as the Royal Garden, this 15.5 hectare space is home to several varieties of flowers and plants, ancient ruins, statues, duck ponds, a zoo, a café, and a children’s play area. The garden is open all day to the public with no admission fee and closes 30 minutes before sunset. It is located about an eight minute walk from the city centre.

      Founded in 1977, The Jewish Museum of Greece was created in order to exhibit various artifacts of Jewish life in Greece over the past 2,300 years, as well as to preserve and do additional research on said artifacts. The museum has over 10,000 of these artifacts which consist of both everyday life items, as well as ones that are religious. They also have temporary exhibits, such as “Images of Greek Jews,” which was photographs of Jewish people in Greece throughout time. The museum is open from 9 AM to 2:30 PM on Monday to Friday, from 10 AM to 2 PM on Sundays, and is closed on Saturdays. Admission is 6 for adults and the museum is a four minute walk from the city centre.

      Athens, Greece – October Weather

      What’s The Weather Like in Athens in October?

      Is It Good To Go To Athens In October?

      Despite the fact that the month of September in Athens can produce summer-like temperatures, the weather starts to cool off significantly in October, and especially at night.

      Is Athens Warm In October?

      The average temperature this month is 19°C, while the average low is 15°C and the average high is a pleasant 23°C.

      Warmest and Coldest Octobers In Athens

      The lowest ever recorded temperature in Athens in October is 2°C, and the highest ever recorded temperature is 33°C.

      Sunshine Hours In Athens

      As the year goes on in Athens, the days get shorter and there is less sun. The average amount of daily sunshine in October is just five hours, which is down from seven in September.

      Does It Rain In Athens In October?

      There is also an increase in rain this month, as the average amount of rainfall in October is 40mm, occurring over five days, up from 10mm over just three days in September. The average of 40mm is not a significant total and it would not be uncommon to not see rain during your visit to Athens this month.

      How Warm Is the Sea In Athens In October?

      The average sea temperature in October is 22°C which is still considered relatively warm and able to be enjoyed by most people. On a warm day in October, going to the beach and enjoying the water is certainly feasible.

      How Humid Is Athens In October?

      While most weather related measurements decrease in October, the humidity levels do the opposite this month. The average humidity in October is 65%, which is the third highest average for the year in Athens. 

      Athens Hotels in October 

      The Areos Hotel opened in 2008 and has 40 rooms available to guests. All rooms come with air-conditioning and Internet, while the suites also have Jacuzzis and living rooms. Some rooms also have views of nearby Areos Park. In addition to having breakfast available in your room, there is also a café/bar on-site, serving a variety of food in addition to containing a full bar. Room service is also available 24 hours a day. The hotel is about a five minute drive from the city centre.

      The Heodion Hotel has 90 rooms, consisting of 86 guestrooms and 4 suites. All rooms come with wireless Internet, air-conditioning, “hand-ironed laundry,” and complimentary breakfast, served buffet-style at their restaurant. Their restaurant is also open for lunch and dinner and serves both traditional Greek dishes and international cuisine. A separate bar is also on-site and offers a full option of drinks, as well as full meals, and snacks. They also have a roof garden serving drinks with views of the Acropolis. The hotel is about a 17 minute walk from the city centre.

      Athens Beach for October 

      Vouliagmeni Lake Beach is technically not a beach, but has all the offerings of one. This natural lake was created by hot springs underneath it and used to be a cave, but the roof collapsed over time, forming the lake we see today. The water is crystal clear, about 12 metres deep, and contains natural minerals, which are apparently therapeutic for your body. There is also a protected swimming area, and as it is a lake, the water is always calm. There are sunbeds and umbrellas available for rent and there is also a café/bar/restaurant right on the lake serving food and drinks. Vouliagmeni Lake Beach is about a 30 minute drive from the city centre.

      Vravrona Beach is a quiet beach (outside of the month of August) and visiting it in October is recommended as it will not be crowded. It is a sandy beach that has lots of plant life growing right up until the sand begins, making for some enjoyable natural shade. It is also good for swimming as the beach is protected from the wind, and the water is clean and shallow. There are sunbeds and umbrellas available for rent as well. Just off of the beach is restaurant Psarotaverna, serving fresh seafood with a view of the sea. Vravrona Beach is about a 40 minute drive from the city centre.

      Bars and Restaurants 

      For a change of pace from Greek cuisine, try the restaurant Spondi. They offer French dishes, prepared using fresh and local ingredients. The menu changes “with the seasons,” but you can expect to find things like foie gras, roasted lamb, or sea bass, as well as desserts like a “Black Chocolate and Rum Zacapa.” They also have a wine cellar with over 13,000 different labels of wines from all over the world. They are open for both lunch and dinner and are about a 23 minute walk from the city centre.

      If you are in search of a good cocktail, but also want the option of having a meal, head to Skyfall Bar. They offer a variety of drinks, including their own signature cocktails, as well as several wines from around the world. In addition to your drinks, the bar offers stunning views of Athens, including the Acropolis and Lycabettus Hill. They offer both Greek and international options on their menu, including salads, pastas, and meats. The bar also has a DJ at night and a dance floor. They are about an 18 minute walk from the city centre.

      Things to do in Athens in October 

      Established in 1926, The Academy of Athens is Greece’s “highest research” center and is run by the Ministry of Education. They have a library in addition to 22 research centres/offices and the architecture throughout the grounds is exquisite. The main attraction for visitors is the neoclassical main building, which was designed in 1859 by Theophil Hansen, a Danish architect, although it was not completed until 1885. There are also various sculptures, such as a stone carving of a Sphinx, and a statue of Socrates. The academy is a seven minute walk from the city centre.

      Founded in 1993, the Ilias Lalaounis Jewelry Museum was created to showcase and educate visitors on the art of jewelry and various decorative arts. They are home to over 4,000 pieces of jewelry and miniature sculptures, including the private collection of Ilias Lalaounis, who was a world-famous Greek jewelry designer. The museum also has temporary exhibits, such as “From Zeus to Earth and From Chile to Neapolis,” which is a collection of fossils and minerals. Admission to the museum is 5 and they are open from 9 AM to 3 PM on Tuesday through Saturday, and from 11 AM to 4 PM on Sundays. They are closed on Mondays and are about a 16 minute walk from the city centre.

      Athens, Greece – April Weather

      What’s The Weather Like in Athens in April?

      Similarly to the spring temperatures that Athens sees in March, April brings even warmer temperatures as the year goes on.

      Is Athens Hot In April?

      The average temperature this month is 16°C, made up of highs of 20°C and lows of 12°C.

      Highest and Lowest April Temperatures In Athens

      The lowest ever recorded temperature in Athens in April is a chilly 3°C, while the highest ever recorded temperature is a tremendously hot 27°C.

      April Sunshine Hours In Athens

      Along with spring bringing warmer weather, it also brings more sun. The average daily sunshine in April is nine hours.

      How Much Does It Rain In Athens In April?

      The average amount of rainfall in April drops to 40mm, occurring over the span of just six days. With the increase in sun, and a decrease in rain, the chance of you experiencing a rainy day during your visit to Athens is minimal.

      How Warm Is The Sea In Athens In April?

      Higher temperatures and more sun help to warm up the sea, as the average sea temperature in April climbs to 16°C. This is still fairly cool water that is hard to stay in for extended periods of time.

      Athens Hotels in April 

      Hotel Plaka is a three-star hotel with 67 rooms consisting of singles, doubles, and triples for guests to choose from. All rooms come with wooden floors, room service, air-conditioning, and wireless Internet. They have a restaurant on-site that is open from 7 AM to 10 AM for breakfast, as well as a garden on their roof terrace offering drinks and small snacks from the bar. The terrace has beautiful, unobstructed views of the Acropolis and is open from 6 PM to 11:30 PM. The hotel is just a six minute walk from the city centre and walking distance to many attractions in the city.

      The Oxenia Palace is a boutique hotel that was renovated in 2012 and offers both rooms and suites. All rooms come with hardwood floors, wireless Internet, and air-conditioning, while the suites come with additional facilities. Certain rooms also have private balconies. The hotel has a fully-equipped fitness center, as well as a spa and sauna offering body treatments. There is a pool, but it is not open until May. In addition to room service, the Oxenia Palace serves buffet style breakfast, as well as two restaurants (one serving Greek/Mediterranean dishes, the other Greek/Italian cuisine), and a bar. They are located about a 23 minute drive from the city centre.

      Athens Beach for April 

      Anavissos Beach is a sandy beach that is lined with pine trees, leading to crystal clear water. The water is clean, shallow, and calm, making it a great swim area for both children and adults. It is also a popular place for windsurfers, as the beach often produces a strong wind. The pine trees provide natural shade in certain spots, but there are also places to rent umbrellas and sunbeds. There are several cafes on the beach offering food and drink, but for a more “formal” dining experience, Psarou offers fresh seafood and drinks, and is just off of the beach. Anavissos Beach is located about a 55 minute drive from the city centre.  

      Cape Sounion Beach is surrounded by green hills and made up of soft, golden sand before reaching crystalline water. The water is calm and great for swimming for people of all ages. Right on the beach there are facilities such as changing areas and toilets. It is a relatively quiet beach even during the summer months. From the beach you can see a large rock promontory and this is where the Temple of Poseidon is located. Right on the beach is Artemis Tavern, specialising in seafood and Mediterranean style dishes. Cape Sounion Beach is located about a 70 minute drive from the city centre.

      Bars and Restaurants 

      Oroscopo restaurant offers something for everyone, as their menu consists of both Greek and international dishes, all made with fresh ingredients. Their main courses consist of things like Ladorigani (traditional Greek lamb), veal scallopini, handmade pastas, a variety of pizzas, and grilled seafood. They also have a selection of Greek wines to accompany your meal. Oroscopo is open daily from noon to 1:30 AM and they are located about a 25 minute walk (or a six minute drive) from the city centre.

      Aleria is a restaurant serving an international menu, with some traditional Greek plates as well. You can expect to find things like calamari, fresh scallops, pork belly, skirt steak, beef cheeks, and roasted lamb on the menu, as well as desserts like Baklava. They also have an extensive wine list consisting of wines from both Greece and abroad, as well as a large variety of beers. Aleria is open on Monday through Saturday, just for dinner from 8:30 PM to 12:30 AM. They are located about a 23 minute walk from the city centre.

      Things to do in Athens in April 

      The Benaki Museum is the oldest museum in Greece, established in 1930. It is home to Greek arts ranging from prehistoric to modern day and has temporary exhibits, such as “Friends and Patrons of El Greco in Toledo. ” Originally, the museum also hosted several other genres of art (Islamic, Chinese, pre-Columbian arts, etc.), but due to the museum’s popularity, they were able to open “satellite museums” which house these specific arts, while the main museum hosts solely Greek art and cultural pieces. The main museum is open from 9 AM to 5 PM on Wednesday and Friday, from 9 AM to midnight on Thursday and Saturday, and from 9 AM to 3 PM on Sunday. Admission is 7 and they are located about a 10 minute walk from the city centre.

      The Temple of Olympian Zeus is just what it sounds like, an ancient temple built by the Greeks to honor one of their gods, Zeus. It is believed that the temple was built between 470 and 456 BC. The temple was also home to a massive statue of Zeus, which is one of the “Seven Wonders of the Ancient World,” although it was lost to a fire after it was moved to Constantinople. Fires and earthquakes over the years have destroyed and buried much of the temple, and it was not until the late 19th century that excavations took place, helping bring the ruins to their current state. The temple is about a 10 minute walk from the city centre.

      Athens, Greece – March Weather

      What’s The Weather Like in Athens in March?

      The first sign of spring in Athens begins to appear in March, as the average high temperature this month raises three degrees Celsius (six degrees Fahrenheit) from February.

      How Hot Is Athens In March?

      The average temperature this month is 12°C  while the average low is 8°C and the average high is 16°C. 

      The Hottest and Coldest March In Athens

      The lowest ever recorded temperature in Athens in March is -2°C, while the highest ever recorded temperature is 25°C.

      Sunshine Hours

      Along with spring-like temperatures, March sees a significant increase in the amount of sunshine. The average daily sunshine this month is six hours.

      Is March Rainy In Athens?

      The average amount of rainfall this month decreases from 60mm to 50mm, spread out over the course of eight days. March is the third rainiest month on average in Athens, but this is a relatively small amount and you can expect to not see much rain (if any) during your visit.

      How Warm Is The Sea In Athens?

      Although the temperature begins to rise this month, the temperature of the sea does not rise with it. The average sea temperature in March is 15°C (59°F), which is the same as in February and the coldest for the year in Athens. Water of this temperature is going to feel cold to just about anyone, even if it’s just for a quick swim.

      Is Athens Humid In March?

      The average humidity in March is 70%, which is fairly low and comfortable, even though this is the second highest average that Athens sees all year. Even with slightly warmer temperatures this month, the humidity should be unnoticeable. 

      Athens Hotels in March 

      King George is a five-star hotel offering 63 rooms and 39 suites for guests to choose from. All rooms come with marble bathrooms, and some also have private balconies with wonderful views of the city. The hotel has an on-site restaurant serving modern Greek dishes and “signature” cocktails, as well as offering views of the Acropolis. There is also a fully-equipped fitness center and a concierge available 24/7 to assist with any of your needs. The hotel is located just a two minute walk from the city centre.

      New Hotel is a uniquely designed hotel offer 79 rooms, with everything from studios and standard rooms, to superior rooms and suites. All rooms have floor to ceiling windows, letting in lots of natural light, to enhance their funky decors. They have a bar/restaurant on-site called New Taste, and it offers Mediterranean dishes, created using local and fresh products. Breakfast is served buffet style, while lunch and dinner are à la carte, and they also have food that can be ordered to-go. New Hotel is a four minute walk from the city centre and is walking distance to several of Athens’ attractions.

      Athens Beach for March 

      Legrena Beach is a long, clean beach that has coves made of rocks surrounding it, as well as other, smaller coves sprinkled throughout the beach. These make for good swimming areas as the water in the coves is very calm. There is not any natural shade on this beach, and you won’t find vendors renting umbrellas, so bring your own protection from the sun. Located about two blocks off of the beach is Marida restaurant, which specialises in fresh seafood. Legrena Beach is about an hour drive from the city centre, and public buses travel here as well.

      Alimos Beach is a popular beach during the summer season, so visiting in March is recommended if you want to avoid crowds. The beach is fine sand mixed with pebbles and has plenty of facilities, like showers and toilets, as well as areas to rent sunbeds and umbrellas. Water sport rentals are available as well for things like windsurfing or jet skiing and there is a protected swimming area. There is a port next to the beach and located just behind the port is Greeks restaurant, offering seafood and traditional Greek dishes, as well as often having live music. Alimos Beach is about a 12 minute drive from the city centre and is accessible via local transportation.

      Bars and Restaurants 

      For a break from Greek food, check out Indian Chef, which serves Indian dishes made with fresh, local products. They offer a variety of soups, salads, and starters in addition to main courses like tandoori, dosa, curry, and vegetarian options. Dessert (like Indian rice pudding) and a selection of wines, beers, and cocktails are all available as well. They are located very close to the Acropolis and just a 12 minute walk from the city centre.

      Arsenis Taverna Iseris is a traditional tavern, serving mostly authentic Greek cuisine, as well as offering a selection of meats, fishes, and an extensive list of appetizers (more than 33). They also have a large wine list, with wines from both Greece and around the world. Diners have the option of sitting indoors (with air-conditioning) in their large dining area, or outside which is surrounded by a beautiful garden. They also have live music on Saturday and Sunday. The tavern is open daily from 11 AM “until the early hours in the morning. ” They are located about a 10 minute drive from the city centre.

      Things to do in Athens in March

      Athens has lots of museums because of its long history, and the Byzantine & Christian Museum is one worth visiting. They focus on religious artifacts from various eras throughout time, such as the Early Christian, Byzantine, and Medieval periods, stretching from the 3rd century AD to the 20th century AD. The museum is home to over 25,000 such artifacts from all over Greece and other parts of the world in which Hellenism was practiced. They are open Tuesday to Sunday from 9 AM to 4 PM and general admission is 4 for anyone 18 and older. The museum is a 20 minute walk from the city centre.

      Another great place to witness some of Athens’ history is the Panathenaic Stadium, which is built on the same site where ancient Greeks participated in athletic competitions as far back as 330BC. The first Olympic games (of the modern era) took place here as well in 1896. In March, the stadium is open from 8AM to 7PM and admission is 3, which includes entry to the stadium and the entire site, an audio-guide tour, and the ability to run on the track. Climbing the stairs for spectators will give you an incredible view of the Acropolis and the surrounding structures. The stadium is a 14 minute walk from the city centre.

      Athens, Greece – Live Weather Update

      Athens in Greece has a Mediterranean climate and can be summed up as having hot dry summers and mild wet winters.

      Although this Mediterranean climate produces temperatures that are warmer throughout the year than most of northern Europe, Greece still does have four seasons.

      How Hot Does It Get In Athens?

      The average temperature in winter is in the low teens 10-12°C, while spring and fall bring average temperatures in the mid-teens 15-19°C. Summer predictably brings the warmest weather, with average temperatures in the mid-to-high 20s 24-27°C.

      How Much Does It Rain In Greece?

      Athens’ annual rainfall is low amongst the lowest in Greece – and occurs mostly as short heavy showers in winter. Rain from May to September is practically nonexistent, while the totals slightly increase before reaching the rainier winter months.

      Summer Weather In Greece

      When Is The Best Time To Visit Athens?

      Summer can get very hot and smog sometimes becomes a problem. Spring and autumn are arguably the best time to visit the city, though most choose the height of summer,  because of the warmer weather and a large amount of sun.

      Winter Sunshine Hours In Greece

      There’s not much sun in the winter, as October leads the way with five hours of 

      average daily sunshine, while November, December, and January all see even less with just three hours on average. February starts to see a slight increase in sunshine, before reaching a peak of 10 hours a day on average in May, June, and July, and then decreasing again in August.

      How Humid Is Athens?

      Athens benefits from a Mediterranean climate in that it is rarely humid. The average humidity  levels for the year don’t go above 75%, which occurs in December, while the averages can reach lows of 50% in July and August.

      Although July and August are typically the hottest months of the year, at least they won’t also be humid, making the warmer weather easier to deal with.

      How Warm Is The Sea In Athens?

      While Athens sees mild-to-warm temperatures year round, unfortunately the 

      average sea temperature is not always warm enough to enjoy a  swim. From December through April, the average temperature does not get above 17°C and can get as low as 15°C on average, which is too cold to stay in the water for extended periods.

      However, from May to November, the average sea temperature doesn’t drop below 19°C and can reach an average of 25°C, which is warm water, able to be enjoyed by all.  

      Summer Weather in Athens

      Summer is very hot in Athens, especially in August when many locals flee the city for cooler areas. Daytime average highs are in the mid-30s in the middle of summer. Combined with the smog, this can be uncomfortable, especially if you are looking to pack in lots of sight-seeing.

      What’s Athens Hottest Recorded Temperature?

      Summer heatwaves are common in Athens; these see the mercury shooting into the 40s. The highest temperature recorded in Athens is a sweltering 48°C; in  Eleusis, West Attica a few km west of central Athens. This was also the record for Greece and for Europe.

      These heat levels can be somewhat debilitating. Even at night, the temperature remains above 20°C, so a room with air-conditioning might be preferable!

      One thing you are guaranteed in summer in Athens is sunshine ; it’s one of Europe’s sunniest cities. The averagerainfall  is very low between June and September and almost non-existent in the months of July and August.

      Autumn Weather in Athens

      Autumn can be a great time to visit Athens as temperatures are a little cooler and there is still a lot of sunshine.

      October has an average high of 20°C; November sees daytime highs in the upper teens. Night times are pleasantly cool in October but in November it can drop down close to 10°C.

      Rain increases rapidly from the start of October. About 50mm of rain can be expected each month. Most of this rain falls in short heavy showers so there is still plenty of sunshine.

      Winter Weather in Athens

      Winter is generally quite mild in Athens with average temperatures ranging between 6°C at night and 15°C in the day. Temperatures can occasionally, but rarely, drop very low. 

      Does It Snow In Athens?

      Colder temperatures are possible and the city does see snow occasionally. The white stuff is normally light and short-lived, but heavier falls can sometimes bring disruption to the city.   strong blizzard in February 2004 saw heavy snow and temperatures plummeting towards -10°C.

      Does It Rain Much In Athens In WInter?

      Rainfall  continues to increase, peaking in December and January at around 70mm per month. Again, expect mostly short heavy downpours between sunny periods.

      Sunshine Hours In Athens In Greece

      Athens sees four hours of sunshine a day in its gloomiest months, which is quadruple the sunshine expectancy for London at the same time.

      Spring Weather in Athens

      Like autumn, spring is a great time to visit Athens with pleasant temperatures and low rainfall.

      How Hot Is Athens In Spring?

      Daytime Highs  begin to hit the 20s by April, and by May it starts to get hot. Rainfall is low in spring just about 20 to 35mm per month and the sun comes out for longer and longer. 

      As with anywhere, the weather averages in Athens only tell part of the story. Weather can vary year to year, especially recently.

      Visit in August and you might find it’s an enjoyable 30°C, or then again you could be sweltering in 45° heat. In winter, you might enjoy sunshine with temperatures in the teens, or you could find yourself at -5° in a snowstorm!

      Trip to Greece in May: things to do

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      Greece May 2020 is the best tourist destination for family and sightseeing holidays this time of year. The tourist season has not started, you can get to the resort for a reasonable price.

      Also at the beginning of the month, the country celebrates May holidays, which you can attend:

      • Usual May 1, Workers’ Day. On this day, the Greeks decorate their houses with flowers and wreaths. Local residents go to barbecues and picnics in the vicinity of cities.
      • May 18 in Greece will celebrate the International Day of Museums, which will allow you to visit the country’s museums for free at any time of the day. Even the Acropolis of Athens, the Palace of Knossos, Olympia and other popular museums take part in the action.
      • From May 21 to May 23, a national holiday will be celebrated – Anastenaria, during which participants walk on fire and hot coals to special music. This is a traditional Greek and Bulgarian holiday, rooted in paganism. You can look at the spectacle in rural areas in the north of the country.

      Weather in Greece in May

      May weather is suitable for older holidaymakers or tourists with small children: at this time of the year it is not hot, the humidity is not too high. The climate of the Balkan Peninsula does not allow strong winds and rains. The sun does not bake these days, so tanning is safe for the skin.

      The temperature in Greece in May is suitable for those who do not like the exhausting heat. At the beginning of the month, the maximum air temperature usually does not exceed +22 degrees, and at the end of May it stays at +28 degrees. The water in the sea is not yet warm, so swimming at this time is uncomfortable. The temperature in the Aegean and Ionian Seas is kept at around + 18-19degrees.

      Vacationers should take light and warm clothes with them, as the difference between night and day temperatures fluctuates by 10 degrees. Therefore, in the evening, at night and in the morning it will be cold in summer clothes.

      If you want to spend more days in the warmth and bask in the sun, then the most suitable areas for recreation are such areas of Greece as:

      • Islands of the Aegean Sea;
      • Crete.

      On the peninsula in May cloudy days can last up to 5 consecutive days.

      Holidays in Greece in May: where to go and what to see

      The peak of the beach season has not come, but in May you can already soak up the sun lounger, eat fresh fruit, swim in the sea for a short time, and visit the sights of Greece or go hiking .

      Beach holidays

      Despite the cheerful temperature of the water in the sea, swimming in Greece begins in May. If you plan to spend most of your vacation on the beach, then keep in mind that the water temperature in the water areas varies. The warmest places where you can swim are 2 zones:

      1. The water area of ​​Crete, where at the beginning of the month the water temperature reaches +19 degrees, and in the middle-end of May – +20 degrees.
      2. The sea near the coast of Rhodes. At the beginning of May, the temperature regime is +19 degrees.

      On the mainland of Greece, it is more difficult to enjoy a beach holiday:

      • In Corfu, the water temperature barely reaches +17 degrees. There are no water sports and entertainment.
      • The beaches of Santorini, Mykonos, Sporades, Kos are rarely pleased with warm water, the temperature sometimes reaches +18 degrees, it often rains.

      You can diversify your vacation on the beaches with the help of cruises plying along the Greek islands. Fans of marine entertainment can also rent a yacht, take part in a sea tour with a rich program or go fishing.

      Sightseeing

      May is the right time to visit excursions to get acquainted with the sights of Greece: architectural, natural, religious. At this time, the tourist season has not yet begun, so there are no large crowds and queues at iconic places.

      If you plan to come to Greece for holidays in May, it is better to stay on the mainland, not on the islands. Areas suitable for such a holiday are:

      1. Athens;
      2. Thessaloniki;
      3. Castorje;
      4. Pierie;
      5. Volose;
      6. Halkidiki;
      7. Peloponnese.

      You can travel by rented car or train. Try to visit interesting places in Greece, including:

      • The ancient city of Delphi;
      • Acropolis of Athens;
      • Parthenon;
      • Lake Plastira;
      • Monasteries of Meteora etc.

      Ecotourism

      Locals and visiting naturalists often go out of town in May to explore the countryside. At this time of the year, there is still no exhausting heat inherent in the summer months, and the nature of Greece is already opening up, becoming fresh and fragrant. Juicy meadow grass grows, all kinds of flowers bloom, waterfalls sparkle, mountain streams and rivers flow, so travelers can easily go hiking in relic forests and reserves open to the public.

      New Year and Christmas in Greece 2022

      New Year’s fairy tale in the middle of summer, New Year’s feast on the seashore – today this becomes possible thanks to the unique celebration traditions adopted in continental and insular Greece. Despite the absence of snow, the New Year in Athens and other resorts of Hellas turns out to be cheerful, sparkling, perky.

      It is customary to see off the old year in Greece in cozy coffee houses, small taverns scattered throughout the country. There is something to do here for travelers of all ages and with different preferences. For gambling people, the whole variety of traditional Greek games is presented, for children – various types of musical performances.

      The culinary traditions of the country give a special piquancy to the holiday. The New Year’s table of continental Greece is built around a central dish with roasted pig and baked potatoes.

      In the Aegean, on the eve of the New Year, it is customary to cook a turkey in wine sauce. Be sure to eat ginger, vanilla cookies with sprinkling and honey filling on the table, as well as vasilopita – a pie with currants and nuts, in which wishes for the New Year are baked.

      The weather in Greece during the New Year holidays

      Greece is good at any time of the year. Its Mediterranean climate gives travelers hot, dry summers and mild, wet winters with average January temperatures of +12…+14 degrees Celsius (up to +16 in the Crete area). The sea water temperature does not drop below +16 degrees Celsius.

      On the eve of the New Year, Athens welcomes guests with a cloudless sky and gentle southern sun. Everything here is conducive to a great vacation with family and friends.

      Peculiarities of New Year’s holidays in Greece

      New Year’s holidays in Athens are incessant carnivals, folk festivals, carols and dances. However, the holidays can also be used to get acquainted with the rich history and enjoy the vibrant natural diversity of the amazing open-air reserve.

      Excursion tours encircle the entire territory of the country and involve visiting:

      • Meteors – ancient monasteries that huddle on the spurs of sheer cliffs;
      • Cape Sounion and the majestic ruins of the Temple of Poseidon;
      • Delphi, with which numerous Greek legends are associated. The travel program includes “ascent” to Parnassus, a visit to the archaeological museum and the famous Castal spring;
      • Argolis, the Corinth Canal, which links the Ionian and Aegean Seas.

      Sightseeing tours around Athens also acquire a special flavor on the eve of the celebrations. Travelers have the opportunity not only to see the ancient Acropolis, the temple complexes of Greece, the University of Athens and, of course, the Olympic Stadium in all its splendor for several days, but also visit all the Christmas markets, fairs, souvenir shops and confectioneries with traditional sweets.

      New Year’s tours and New Year’s celebrations in the resorts of Greece

      New Year’s tours to Greece are a great opportunity for travelers to look at ancient Hellas from all sides. And also – to study the main traditions of the country at a time and plunge headlong into unusual rituals of celebration.

      In Kozani and Kastoria, take part in funny carnivals with fancy dresses and masks.

      In Siatista and Aridea, undergo trials and ceremonies of “purification” that involve jumping over bonfires and burning effigies.

      In Ioannina, Epirus, join the ancient traditions of congratulations, which the inhabitants of central Greece have not changed for hundreds of years. On the eve of the New Year, people light pine cones, take laurel branches in their hands and, traveling from house to house, spread wishes of good luck, success and prosperity.

      In Athens, together with the locals, drive away the evil spirits of the Kalikandzars, who bring devastation and misfortune to the house. For this, forest logs are burned in fireplaces, stoves, special Christmas trees – christoxylo. The smoke from their burning lures evil spirits out of the most secluded corners of the home and creates an incredible festive atmosphere in it.

      In Halkidiki, Crete, taste exotic drinks based on fresh fruits, traditional Greek dishes, wish coin pies. And all this against the backdrop of incredible southern nature with a magical flavor.

      Property rental offers in Greece for the New Year

      Every traveler who chooses Athens or any other resort in Greece as a place to celebrate the New Year can determine the appropriate type of property and rental budget.

      At the service of the guests of the country:

      • elite estates with private plots of the beach, cottages on the coast in Corinth – from 200 euros per day;
      • apartments with a private garden in Chalkidiki, Attica – from 50 euros per day;
      • apartments in the center of Athens or other major cities of the peninsula – 40-60 euros per day;
      • villas, two-level apartments in Loutraki – from 150 euros;
      • houses, villas in Crete – from 60 euros per day of stay.

      In general, real estate in Greece is characterized by an excellent layout and a pronounced decorative component. Cottages on the coast have spacious terraces for relaxation, city apartments have summer verandas and winter gardens for a comfortable stay.

      At the same time, they provide the necessary privacy for tourists. The New Year can be celebrated far from the clink of glasses, the hubbub of a joyful crowd. And, on the contrary, you can approach the epicenter of the celebrations, at any moment join the round dances and sing traditional Greek songs.

      And during the Christmas holidays in Greece, you just need to:

      • smash a pomegranate on New Year’s Eve for happiness;
      • dance sirtaki in the central square of Athens – Syntagme – on New Year’s Eve;
      • Celebrate with the Greeks on January 6 the Guitar Festival, when women change roles with men and entrust them with all the worries about the household and family;
      • visit the famous Vari tavern in all respects in the suburbs of Athens. Here are the most delicious sausages and sausages, hot meat dishes cooked on a spit and in ovens, with the best Greek wine;
      • Buy souvenirs at the incredible Christmas Factory – the largest New Year’s fair located in the very center of Athens. While adults choose traditional Greek souvenirs, jewelry, wood and glass interior items, children can ride carousels and taste fragrant Greek sweets;
      • see festive fireworks from the Polis complex in Thessaloniki, the observation points of Athens.

      Holidays or holidays for Christmas and New Year in Greece will appeal to travelers – after all, it is not customary to be bored at this time! A huge selection of modern concert venues, enchanting shows, carnivals and open-air musical performances – all this awaits you in modern Hellas.

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      holiday features, weather in Crete in October, what to do at this time on vacation, events in Crete and prices for holidays in October. » Traveler’s card

      Crete is a majestic island that captivates with its scenery and incredible natural beauty. Every year about tourists come here from all over the world who want to get acquainted with the myths and legends of Ancient Greece, which are associated with the island of Crete. Apart from this, there is a mass of entertainment , historical monuments and just interesting places. Where is the best place to relax in Crete? It is almost impossible to answer this question, since there are a huge number of places on the island that must be visited. Each of them is characterized by clear sea, soft sand, nightclubs, as well as a huge number of attractions and just interesting places.

      Vacation in Crete in October

      It’s never too late to enjoy your vacation. Thus, the best place to relax in October is, of course, the island of Crete, which is located in Greece. This month it costs wonderful weather which is conducive to relaxation. Moreover, many tourists go to rest here this month. Many of them, due to the lack of times in the summer, while others, due to the fact that in the fall there are quite a few tourists, which creates a secluded atmosphere. Be that as it may, but it is in October that the weather here is beautiful. Undoubtedly, at this time in Crete there are rarely days when the air temperature exceeds 25 degrees Celsius , but you can still swim, and “ velvet season is in full swing. Because of this, tourists can book tours and tickets to Crete with complete confidence. In the first days of the month, you can enjoy an active holiday, watch wonderful excursion programs , as well as do shopping and many other activities. Also, do not worry that a trip to Crete in October will be a waste of money and time. And even if this month there is no good weather and warm sea, the island has a huge variety of entertainment and other types of recreation, in addition to, respectively, the beach. Be that as it may, but October in Crete is, although the very end of the tourist season, but optimistic. Also, do not worry that in October on the island of Crete all the time cold weather and cool water, this is not entirely true. Just, the sea has not yet had time to cool down, but the weather gradually begins to gradually begin to resemble autumn, when warm sunny days are continuously replaced by rainy and cold ones.

      But if the beach holiday in October did not work out, then in any case, you can be sure that the weather will be favorable for trips around the island and sightseeing, treatment at resorts and active sports. And even though many hotels and summer clubs are already closed for visits by October, it will not be difficult to find a place to sleep or a table in a tavern. First of all, it should be noted that not all establishments in Crete are closed for the winter season. Yes, there are fewer people. And following from this, the cost of living, and prices in Crete in October for car rental, food and drinks gradually decrease . This can save from 20 to 40% , in the event that they are compared with the high summer season. The only problem and the only difficulty is, of course, the reduction of convenient charter flights. But in the event that you go here by ferry with a transfer in Athens, then getting to the island will be very simple. It is also worth noting the unpredictability of the weather. After all, some days say that summer is not delayed yet, when the air temperature rises to +25 , but there are also days when it feels like winter is just around the corner. Such a contradiction does not prevent tourists from enjoying their vacation and swimming in the sea. In addition, most of the sports are still available for visitors to the island, such as surfing or sailing, as the water is still warm and cools very slowly. Anything can be expected in Crete in October.

      Weather in Crete in October

      0006 autumn month . But this is an unusual autumn, and an autumn with a Mediterranean climate, namely, mild, unhurried and warm enough. Of course, the middle of autumn is no longer hot, but this is a rather big plus, since it is no longer hot on the streets, and allows you to fully enjoy a beach holiday and ordinary excursions . However, for a tan, you should opt for on the first days of the month . It is also worth remembering that in addition to swimsuits and summer clothes, you should definitely take umbrellas, windbreakers and jackets with you. All this can be useful during excursions and just walks. Also, while relaxing at this time, you can ride a boat or do fishing.

      October is a confident autumn month, so compared to the previous month, it gets cooler by 2-4 degrees. But even in spite of all this, the average daily air temperature in the first half of the month fluctuates within 23-25 ​​degrees of heat . And towards the end of the month, the average daily air temperature drops to 20-22 degrees Celsius. This is a fairly warm time of the year for autumn. In the event that we talk about the night time, then it fluctuates around 16-18 degrees Celsius, and in mountainous areas, in general, up to 12-14 degrees with a plus sign.

      Well, since October is characterized as a typical autumn month, when all sorts of surprises are possible in the form of thunderstorms, rains and clouds. In general, the amount of precipitation per month reaches 40 mm, and is distributed over 6 rainy days. But this is not so much for autumn. In addition, the sun warms here for 6.5 hours a day.

      Speaking of the sea, it is still warm, even though the nights are getting longer and colder. At the beginning of the month, the water temperature near the coast is very comfortable for swimming , even for children, as its temperature is kept within 24 degrees Celsius. And towards the end of the month, the water becomes colder and drops to 20-22 degrees Celsius. Moreover, it is worth noting that the water temperature is kept in these areas, regardless of air temperatures. Humidity in Crete is 63% .

      Things to do during your holidays

      Cool and sometimes even cloudy weather on the island of Crete is perfect for active excursions and sightseeing. Also, it is worth noting that a beach holiday, at this time, you can combine relaxation with an excursion program, and during hiking at mountains , you can even visit a few rural holidays. The most important thing to do in October in Crete is, of course, a beach holiday under the gentle and comfortable rays of the sun. And after that, you can visit cruises to the islands of Santorini or Dia, Knossos Palace , Kera Monastery , Kourtaliot Gorge, Lake Kourna, Agios Nikolaos, Rethymnon and much more. October is a great time for sightseeing and excursions, as the sun is not so hot anymore, which allows you to walk around the island all day without fear of getting burned.

      Events in Crete in October

      Crete in October hosts a huge variety of holidays, fairs and festivals . For example, the chestnut festival , deserves a visit, where everyone can try them for every taste, including fried ones, as well as enjoy national cuisine and local delicacies. Also, here you can buy fruits, vegetables, nuts and grapes. This holiday cannot be compared with anything in terms of the scope of the celebration and the number of guests. It is held in West Crete on the third week of the month. Sometimes the timing of the celebration is slightly shifted if rain is forecast. Also, numerous agricultural holidays, which are dedicated to the grape harvest, as well as the completion of the olive harvest, when everyone can take one bottle of freshly pressed olive oil as a gift.

      On October 28, every year in Greece, Ohi Day is celebrated, which is a public holiday, due to which all banks, institutions and many other establishments are closed. Back in 1940, on the same day, Greece rejected the ultimatum presented by fascist Italy and officially entered World War II. The locals have a particularly reverent attitude towards this holiday, so all the locals know what a real war is. In honor of this day, military, sports, student and school parades are held on October 28. All sorts of fairs begin to work from the very early morning, where you can buy whatever your heart desires. In all squares and central streets, tables are laid for guests who have come to celebrate. But it is also worth noting that on every table there is a gamopilafo dish, namely rice porridge cooked in chicken or lamb broth with the addition of a large piece of meat, fried pork and all kinds of salads. Also, there are always chestnuts on the tables – boiled, fried, baked, in chocolate, in caramel, as part of soufflé and much more. All dishes, from spicy to sweet, are washed down with plenty of young wine. In honor of the holiday, a large number of music and dance groups come here.

      In addition to all of the above, the festival “Tsikud’i” or “Raki” is held in October – that is, the festival of the strong alcoholic drink of the same name with a turnover of 36 degrees, and tastes like grape vodka. It is customary to serve it with local products and honey.

      Price for holidays

      Undoubtedly, in addition to all the above advantages of Crete in October, there is a relatively low cost for holidays . Thus, it is during this month that you can relax in comfort and save money. All this can be explained that October is the beginning of “low season” . In that case, if we compare the cost of vouchers with the summer season, then they are lower by 20%, 30% and even 40% , and the quality of rest will not suffer at all. All tourists still receive comfort, good weather and rich excursions from the rest as in the high season, only at low prices. On average, the cost of a weekly vacation will cost 350-450 euros.

      If we talk about shortcomings, then this is, first of all, reduction of flights , especially when it comes to international charters. But due to the fact that the island of Crete is quite an important link in the Greek economy, many local airlines continue to fly to the island every year from the most important airports in Greece. And this means that you can get here at any time of the year if you wish.

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      Weather in Greece in November

      Greece is a unique destination that attracts travelers at any time of the year, regardless of whether the temperature is favorable for swimming at luxurious sea and rest on the cleanest coast. It is enough to visit this country once to make want to come back here again.

      Contents:

      • Air and water temperature during the month
      • Peculiarities of holidays in Greece at this time
      • What clothes should I take with me?
      • Attractions of popular resorts
      • Thessaloniki
      • Zakynthos Island
      • What else to do on vacation?
      • Greek holidays

      Air and water temperature during the month

      Visiting Greece in late autumn , in November, is great for those who are not ready to let go of warm days and want to enjoy a little more warm autumn. During this period, clear days alternate with cloudy weather. The November climate is not ideal for the beach season , as the water on the coast is not suitable for swimming and boat trips, but it is great for exploring historical monuments , architectural sights and natural beauties .

      If you plan your holiday correctly, the Greek climate will allow you to have a great rest even in November, but if you are going to go on an exciting trip to Greece, you need to familiarize yourself with the weather in order to choose a suitable place for tourism.

      November is coldest in northern Greece , where the main tourist centers are located:

      • Thessaloniki ;
      • Halkidiki ;
      • Paralia ;
      • Caterini ;
      • Xtoria .

      In the first half of the month on the territory of these resorts, the weather is moderately clear, but cool, without any precipitation. The air temperature during the day does not exceed +13 and +17°C , but at night it can drop to +10°C .

      The beach season is closed already at the beginning of the month, as the sea water temperature becomes unsuitable for swimming – +17°C . This fact does not prevent tourists from getting acquainted with the rich cultural heritage of Greece, located in this part of the country, and also indulging themselves in shopping .

      The warmest November weather is observed in southern Greece on islands such as Crete or Rhodes , as well as in the resorts – Lindos , Zakynthos , Heraklion and Athens . During the day the air temperature is from +17 to +20°C , and at night it drops to +13°C .

      The sea water is still warm – +20°C , but no longer suitable for swimming. But the proximity of various attractions in these Greek resorts makes it possible to quickly get to them and have a great time in the fresh air. The rest of the time you can walk for several hours on deserted beaches and enjoy special atmosphere created by nature.

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      Features of holidays in Greece at this time

      Such interesting and diverse Greece is beautiful at any time of the year and, despite the unattractive weather, will always please its guests with perfect service and Greek hospitality 900 , which is present in the country regardless of the season.

      Find out more about the main attractions from all over Greece in this article.

      The main advantage of holidays in Greece in November, which motivates travelers for an exciting trip, is reduced cost of for accommodation and meals in hotels, free admission to many museums, as well as incredible discounts and sales , which from Year after year they attract buyers to this wonderful country.

      In the evenings in Greece, when warm weather gives way to autumn coolness, travelers prefer acquaintance with a unique, incredibly healthy and satisfying Greek cuisine , comfortably located in the warm room of the restaurant.

      Health conscious tourists are planning a trip to Greece in November to relax in sanatoriums of the most famous medical resorts in this country – Loutraki and the Peloponnese discounts .

      The most popular type of wellness in this part of Greece is:

      • sea food wellness ;
      • thalassotherapy ;
      • different types of wraps ;
      • mud and mineral baths .

      Such an effective and pleasant therapy on vacation allows to get rid of many diseases, while being surrounded by beautiful nature, healing sea air and alluring beaches.

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      What clothes should I bring?

      The first half of November is warmer than the second, but nevertheless it is not conducive to wearing light outfits, T-shirts and shorts . During excursions or a long stay in the fresh air it is advisable to stock up on proper equipment, very suitable for the autumn season.

      Rains in the northern part of Greece are not uncommon, therefore, when going on a trip to this part of the resort, it is advisable to stock up on things designed for moving in the rain – umbrella , raincoat .

      In the daytime, light sweater , comfortable and waterproof shoes are ideal, and evening walks through the streets of the resort suggest coats or jackets , since the air cools down significantly, showing a mark of +6 degrees.

      You can’t visit Greece and not bring a piece of this beautiful country to your loved ones! Read this article about choosing Greek souvenirs.

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      Attractions of popular resorts

      0006 comfortable climate , as well as the opportunity to visit centuries-old buildings , the inspection of which takes you to the epicenter of antiquity.

      Thessaloniki

      The second largest and popularity city of Greece is perfect for studying the culture of the country , since in this part there are many museums covering almost all layers of the history and activities of mankind. Not very attractive weather, constantly changing cloudy days and showers. Also excursion programs , carried out from Thessaloniki, are diverse in their content and geographical directions.

      The main attractions , without which it is difficult to imagine visiting Greece, are:

      1. Acropolis of Athens ;
      2. City of Delphi ;
      3. Mount Olympus .

      When planning a trip to Greece in November, consider traveling for Rhodes Island , Crete or Kos , where the warm weather favors long stays and the enjoyment of warm days.

      In addition, it is worth visiting the monasteries Meteora , located on giant cliffs, as well as many historical temples and ancient churches .

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      Zakynthos Island

      In the first half of November, thanks to the pleasant climate, it is quite interesting to relax on the island Zakynthos , where you can admire icons and marvelous frescoes , discover museums , and walk along the wonderful beaches .

      Read here what you can see in the resort of Halkidiki, in the capital of Athens, on the islands of Crete and Rhodes.

      The most popular among travelers are:

      • Byzantine Museum ;
      • Museum of the History of the Occupation and National Resistance ;
      • Solomos Museum .

      Near Zakynthos there are incredibly fascinating places – the village of Campi , Maries and Strofada , as well as many natural attractions ( caves and grottoes ) and 007 Sarakina

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      What else to do on vacation?

      It is unlikely that a beach holiday in Greece in November will be able to please travelers, since the temperature of sea water is is not designed for to be in it, and there is not enough sunlight for a tan. Some tourists who decide to spend their November holiday in Crete can still enjoy the sea suitable for swimming, but those who went to rest in this area with children should not let them get into the water.

      November weather in Greece is far from ideal , but it is quite suitable for sightseeing and admiring nature.

      On the other hand, an extensive selection of the most interesting excursions will not make you bored for a minute, and an attractive cost of for walks will give you the opportunity to learn quite a lot of fascinating facts , for which, as usual, tourists do not have enough summer time.

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      Greek holidays

      You can see real Greek festivities and colorful ceremonies during another holiday – the Day of Michael and Gabriel. All events are held near churches named after revered saints – on the island of Symi.

      The main holiday for Greeks in November is Athens Marathon , where several thousand athletes compete trying to overcome the distance of 42 kilometers , starting from the town of Marathon and along the coast to the Panathainaikos Stadium.

      Finally, the bad weather and cool climate in November does not prevent the Greeks from organizing festivals that take place in Thessaloniki. Among such events, it is worth highlighting the Dimitria festival, at which creative teams perform, brilliant photographers show their work and a fascinating shadow theater is held.

      What type of vacation do you prefer? Based on your desires, find out when it is better to go on vacation to Greece from this article.

      You will learn some more interesting facts about Greece from the following video:

      time. During certain periods, you can have a great quiet vacation with the whole family, celebrate holidays noisily and sunbathe or enjoy excursions and sights. The average annual temperature in Greece in the warm period is about +32°C, and in the cool period up to +10°C. But let’s take a closer look at the weather in Greece by seasons and months.

      How is the weather in Greece in winter?

      1. December . In principle, the winter period there is quite typical for the whole of Europe. The weather in December is not too friendly, but in general the winter is mild and the temperature there rarely drops below +10°C. The weather in Greece in winter allows its inhabitants to have a great time, because there really are a lot of holidays! Christmas holidays are a great time for a ski holiday. You can go skiing and sledding, take part in colorful and very noisy festivities.
      2. January . The weather in Greece in winter is not conducive to long walks in January. The fact is that almost the entire winter period it rains there, the January temperature in Greece is low, and the sun’s rays are rare. If for the most part it is always + 10 ° С, then in the mountains the temperature is always below zero. If you want to relax during the winter holidays, it is better to go to the islands – it is always 5-6 ° C warmer there.
      3. February . In February, the sun gradually begins to peek out and on the thermometer it is already about + 12 ° С. This time is the most unfavorable for recreation, as it will be difficult to predict the weather due to the influence of the Mediterranean.

      Weather in Greece in spring

      1. March . At the beginning of March, the temperature gradually begins to rise and during the day the thermometer is as much as +20°C, but at night it is still noticeably cold. This is an ideal time for sightseeing: the heat has not yet set in, and the air is well warmed up.
      2. April . In Greece, a period of rapid flowering begins, and before the start of the swimming season, connoisseurs of nature and beauty strive to get there. The thermometer is about +24°C, the rains stop and there is no influx of tourists yet.
      3. May . By the end of April – beginning of May, the water temperature in Greece already reaches + 28 ° C and the first daredevils actively begin to open the swimming season. There is no sweltering heat yet, but the water is warm and you can safely spend the whole day on the beach.

      Weather in Greece in summer

      1. June . At the very beginning of summer, it is worth going on vacation with children, since it is during this period that the weather there is moderately hot and stable. If we consider the weather in Greece for the summer months, then in general, June is ideal for family holidays: the air warms up to + 30 ° C, moderate humidity and a well-warmed sea. At the end of June, the high season begins: the air temperature rises to + 40-45 ° C, and the water is warmed up to + 26 ° C. But due to the sea breezes, the heat is well tolerated.
      2. July . The driest and hottest period begins with a mark of + 30 ° C, but due to the breezes it is relatively easy to endure. In the northern part, the most rainy and cool period, and the most comfortable conditions for recreation during this period will be in the Dodecanese or Cyclades.
      3. August . In August, the temperature in Greece remains at the same level and does not fall below +35°C. In principle, if you tolerate the heat normally, then mid-late summer is perfect for you. This is the time of the warm sea and entertainment, but this is not the best period for families with children.

      Greece weather in autumn

      1. September . As in most resorts, with the advent of September, the velvet season begins. The heat subsides noticeably, but the water is still warm. The temperature is kept at the level of +30°C, strong winds gradually subside and it is time to rest with children again.
      2. October . Around the beginning of October, Greece is gradually emptying, but it is still warm there and you can safely swim. At the end of October, infrequent rains begin. This period is traditionally used for excursions, hiking and relaxing holidays.
      3. November . In November, the rainy season fully comes into its own and there is nothing to do there without an umbrella and rubber boots. The temperature almost never drops below +17°C.

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      Playa de Las Teresitas – Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

      La playa de Las Teresitas es una playa situada en el pueblo de San Andrés del municipio de Santa Cruz de Tenerife, en la isla de Tenerife (Canarias, España).[1]​ Es la playa más conocida y turística de la ciudad de Santa Cruz, ofreciendo equipamientos y servicios hosteleros.[2]

      Se trata de una playa artificialmente transformada en la década de 1970 sobre otra preexistente de arena negra volcánica. La playa original, que recibía los nombres de Tras la Arena y Las Teresas, entre otros, se rellenó de arena traída del desierto del Sáhara para ampliar su extensión, construyéndose también un dique rompeolas para evitar el oleaje.

      Índice

      • 1 El rompeolas
      • 2 El escalón
      • 3 Proyecto de remodelación
      • 4 Caso «Las Teresitas»
      • 5 Bandera azul
      • 6 Yacimiento paleontológico
      • 7 Celebraciones
      • 8 Véase también
      • 9 Referencias
      • 10 Enlaces externos

      El rompeolas[editar]

      El rompeolas es una construcción que protege la playa del oleaje. Se trata de una acumulación de rocas de grandes dimensiones, con una longitud aproximada de un kilómetro, limitada por dos espigones que parten de la zona de la Cofradía de pescadores de San Andrés y de la Punta de Los Órganos. Presenta dos bocanas en sus extremos.

      Dista una media de 150 m desde la orilla, aunque varía mucho; con la marea baja al mínimo dista unos 110 m, registrándose casos extremos de hasta 90 m. Con la marea alta se encuentra a una distancia de entre 175 y 200 m, documentándose un caso en que la masa de agua invadía toda la playa y el rompeolas no era visible desde la costa. Desde el espigón sur dista de 25 a 30 m, y desde el espigón norte, 10 m.

      Entre los 22 m (marea baja) y los 60 m (marea alta) se encuentra el escalón. Este es un corte de la arena artificial. Normalmente, y con la marea baja, se encuentra a metro y medio de la superficie y desciende hasta los cuatro metros. A partir de aquí, desciende lentamente hasta llegar al inicio del rompeolas. La apnea está permitida, pero no es recomendable. En cuanto al relieve, hay grandes rocas esparcidas, visibles incluso en la superficie, debajo del agua, y sin protección ocular.

      Proyecto de remodelación[editar]

      Mediante un proyecto realizado por el arquitecto Dominique Perrault se pretendía remodelar y reestructurar totalmente el frente de la playa, comprendido entre los límites del actual barranco del Cercado de San Andrés hasta el espigón del final de la playa. Para ello se reformaría la zona anterior a la playa, reubicando algunas de las especies vegetales existentes, colocando otras nuevas y sustituyendo los locales comerciales.

      El proyecto global se dividía en dos fases de actuación: la fase zona Playa de las Teresitas, que desarrollaría el Ministerio de Medio Ambiente a cargo del Convenio de actuación en Costas subscrito con la Comunidad Autónoma de Canarias; y la fase Acceso a la Playa y complementos, a partir del convenio de colaboración Plan Infraestructuras y calidad turística de Canarias entre el Ayuntamiento de Santa Cruz de Tenerife y el Cabildo Insular de Tenerife.

      Además, se rehabilitaría el entorno próximo de la playa, encauzando los barrancos del Cercado y de Las Huertas, creando un puente que atravesaría el nuevo cauce y nuevas conexiones con futuras intervenciones a realizar. Se preveía construir un hotel en la antigua Batería militar de San Andrés, una posible zona deportiva al otro lado del barranco y mejorar la red viaria que une los núcleos de la parte superior de Anaga con San Andrés y Santa Cruz de Tenerife.

      Vista de la playa de Las Teresitas donde se puede apreciar el rompeolas.

      El proyecto original de Dominique Perrault incluía además un anfiteatro al aire libre, pequeños kioscos y pabellones dedicados a la hostelería por toda la playa, cabinas de servicios (baños, vestuarios, etc.) y un edificio de aparcamientos y locales comerciales. Este último, popularmente conocido como Mamotreto, se encuentra paralizado en su construcción, pues se comenzó a edificar sin los permisos pertinentes. Además, el proyecto de Perrault también contaba con la construcción de un mirador situado en lo alto de la montaña de El Suculum. En este mirador se encontraría una gran cruz blanca dominando Las Teresitas, dicho monumento se divisaría desde la playa y el mar.

      Caso «Las Teresitas»[editar]

      Los terrenos en torno a la playa han sido expropiados, recalificados y vueltos a vender.[3]​ El 19 de abril de 2007 Miguel Zerolo, alcalde de Santa Cruz de Tenerife, fue imputado formalmente por el Tribunal Superior de Justicia de Canarias (TSJC) de los delitos de prevaricación y malversación de fondos públicos por esta operación. El Tribunal Supremo en mayo de 2007 anuló la compraventa de los terrenos aledaños a la playa de Las Teresitas por ser «contraria al ordenamiento jurídico». La Intervención General de la Administración del Estado en un informe calificó esta operación como «pelotazo de libro».[4]​ En abril de 2017, la Audiencia Provincial de Santa Cruz de Tenerife condenó a Miguel Zerolo (exalcalde) a siete años de cárcel, por los delitos por los que estaba imputado. También fueron condenados el concejal de urbanismo (Manuel Parejo) y dos empresarios relacionados con la trama: Ignacio González y Antonio Plasencia.[5]

      Bandera azul[editar]

      Las Teresitas contó con el distintivo de la bandera azul entre 2000 y 2003, pero la situación tanto legal como sanitaria de los quioscos de la playa ha llevado a la pérdida de esta distinción.[6]

      Yacimiento paleontológico[editar]

      En la playa de Las Teresitas existe un importante yacimiento paleontológico del Cuaternario.[7]​ Se trata de un yacimiento submarino en una playa sumergida, de aproximadamente 400 metros cuadrados. El mismo contiene fósiles moluscos de Charonia variegata y Patella candei (este último endémico de la región macaronesia) y otros endemismos de alto valor científico.[8][7]​ El yacimiento es célebre por ser el único de las Canarias occidentales en donde ha aparecido fósiles de Strombus bubonius, el cual es característico del último período interglacial de la región Mediterráneo-lusitana. El Yacimiento paleontológico de la Playa de Las Teresitas está catalogado como uno de los más importantes de la isla de Tenerife.[9]

      Celebraciones[editar]

      La playa de Las Teresitas ha sido receptora de festivales y conciertos, algunos de ellos especialmente recordados como el Festival Amanecer latino en mayo de 1993, el cual reunió artistas de la talla de Celia Cruz, Óscar D’León, Rosario Flores, New York Band y otros cantantes americanos y españoles. Dicho festival fue emitido a nivel nacional por Televisión Española.[10]

      Las principales celebraciones anuales celebradas en la playa o en sus inmediaciones son la celebración municipal de las Hogueras de San Juan la noche del 23 al 24 de junio,[11]​ y la embarcación de la imagen de la Virgen del Carmen de la localidad de San Andrés (que es embarcada en el muelle pesquero de la playa) el último domingo del mes de julio.[12]

      Véase también[editar]

      • San Andrés
      • Santa Cruz de Tenerife

      Referencias[editar]

      1. a b Ministerio de Agricultura y Pesca, Alimentación y Medio Ambiente. «Guía de Playas: Las Teresitas». Consultado el 21 de julio de 2019. 
      2. ↑ Descripción de la playa Archivado el 5 de marzo de 2016 en Wayback Machine. Fuente: Ayuntamiento de Santa Cruz de Tenerife.
      3. ↑ «El ‘pelotazo’ de Las Teresitas. Diario El País». 
      4. ↑ «Reportaje en el diario El País sobre el Caso Las Teresitas». 
      5. ↑ «El ex alcalde de Santa Cruz de Tenerife, condenado a 7 años de prisión por malversación». 
      6. ↑ Urbanismo inicia los trámites para clausurar los quioscos de Las Teresitas Fuente: La Opinión de Tenerife, 9/06/2012.
      7. a b «Perrault desconocía la existencia del yacimiento paleontológico en Las Teresitas». 
      8. ↑ «Las Teresitas esconde un yacimiento paleontológico de alto valor científico». 
      9. ↑ «Un yacimiento de Las Teresitas catalogado como de los más importantes de Tenerife». 
      10. ↑ TVE emite en directo un macrorrecital desde una playa de Tenerife
      11. ↑ Operativo especial de limpieza en Las Teresitas tras las hogueras de la Noche de San Juan
      12. ↑ Sesenta años de embarque

      Enlaces externos[editar]

      • Wikimedia Commons alberga una categoría multimedia sobre Playa de Las Teresitas.
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      • Multimedia: Playa de Las Teresitas / Q2414727

      Playa de Las Teresitas – The most popular beach in Tenerife

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      Tenerife is a volcanic island with many beautiful beaches, but most of them have black sand. Playa de Las Teresitas is one of the few beaches with beautiful, golden sand and this is the reason why this beautiful beach is one of the most popular places in Tenerife.

      Located in San Andres, near the capital Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Playa de Las Teresitas is one of my favorite beaches on the island. The beach has excellent facilities, the water is crystal-clear and the views are spectacular.

      What more can you wish for?

      In this article, I’ll share everything you need to know about Las Teresitas Beach, one of the best beaches in Tenerife. Let’s get to it!

      1. Why is Playa de Las Teresitas covered in golden sand?

      2. What to expect at Playa de Las Teresitas

      3. Playa de Las Teresitas Mirador – Mirador Gaviotas

      4. Places to see near Las Teresitas Beach

      5. How to get to Las Teresitas Beach

      6. Where to stay in Tenerife

      7. Final thoughts

      1. Why is Playa de Las Teresitas covered in golden sand?

      It is a bit weird that, unlike most beaches in Tenerife, Las Teresitas has golden sand, right? We’ll there is a long story behind this beautiful golden sand. Here it is.

      Many years ago, Playa de Las Teresitas was covered in black sand and black rocks. The area surrounding the beach was known for its large plantations of bananas, avocados and vegetables.

      In the 1950s, when the construction of Santa Cruz de Tenerife port started, many beaches in Santa Cruz started to disappear because their sand was used to build the port.

      Given the circumstances, the locals and local authorities decided to build an artificial beach in San Andres during the 1960s. The nearby farms were demolished and the original Las Teresitas Beach was expanded and covered with Saharan sand.

      The local authorities chose to bring in sand from Sahara because it was cheaper than black sand. Also, a golden beach was more appealing to tourists.

      That’s how Playa de Las Teresitas got its current shape and look. When visiting the beach, you’ll notice a breakwater built a few meters from the shore. This underwater dam keeps the golden sand from being sucked into the ocean.

      Although Las Teresitas Beach is artificial, its beauty can’t be denied. In my opinion, this is one of the best beaches in Tenerife, together with Benijo Beach and El Duque Beach.

      2. What to expect at Playa de Las Teresitas

      The beach is about 1,3 kilometers long and it has a width of 80 meters. There is a free parking lot right behind the beach. The parking lot can easily accommodate over 100 cars and the best part about it is that there is a lot of shade from the Royal Poinciana trees.

      From the parking lot, you can first stop at the changing rooms if you need to, or you can head directly to the beach. The beach is bordered by beautiful palm trees, making it look like one of those iconic beaches from the Philippines.

      At Las Teresitas Beach, you’ll find all the facilities you need. There are sunbeds for rent, toilets, showers, as well as restaurants and bars. There is even a health center.

      When we arrived at the beach, we wanted to see the entire place, so we walked from one end to the other. The views from the two ends of the beach are completely different, but equally beautiful.

      From the southern part of the beach, you can admire a gigantic cliff (this is where the Las Teresitas viewpoint is located, but more about this later), while from the northern part of the beach, you can admire the village of San Andres and the colorful houses perched on a cliff.

      View from the southern part of the beachView from the northern part of the beach

      If you don’t want to rent a sunbed, you can simply lay your towel on the beach. You can even find shade below the palm trees. We chose to stop at a bar and have a drink.

      I have to admit that the prices are a bit spicy. For a glass of Coca-Cola we paid 2 EUR while an alcoholic drink starts at 4 EUR. If you want to save some money, bring something to drink and some snacks with you.

      -> Other must-see places in Tenerife:

      • Climb Mount Teide – The tallest mountain in Tenerife
      • Take a whale watching cruise
      • Siam Park – The world’s best water park

      If you’re looking for a beautiful beach, with all the facilities for a relaxing day, Las Teresitas is the perfect choice. Keep in mind that it gets pretty busy during weekends and holidays.

      3. Playa de Las Teresitas Mirador – Mirador Gaviotas

      If you searched for photos of Las Teresitas Beach, you’ve probably already seen the iconic photo taken from a nearby cliff. To get there, follow the TF – 121 road to Las Gaviotas.

      After a few turns, you’ll arrive at Mirador Gaviotas. Unfortunately, there is no official parking, but you can leave your car on the side of the road. From Mirador Gaviotas, walk a few meters back to Playa de Las Teresitas and you’ll see it – one of the best views in Tenerife.

      Mirador Gaviotas

      From this point, you can see the entire beach and the town of San Andres in the distance. The green palm trees, together with the golden sand and turquoise water create a spectacular scenery.

      We stayed at Las Teresitas viewpoint for about half an hour, trying to take the perfect picture. After a few tries, I manage to take an Insta-worthy photo. Mission accomplished!

      San Andres seen from Las Teresitas viewpoint

      4. Places to see near Las Teresitas Beach

      I recommend stopping for a few hours in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, the biggest city on the island. Here you can find museums, shopping malls and buildings with unique architecture like Auditorio de Tenerife.

      If you’re looking for hidden gems, I recommend driving to Taganana Village and Benijo Beach. Taganana is one of the most isolated villages on the island, only a few hundred people live here. The village and Benijo Beach are located in the Anaga Rural Park, one of the most beautiful areas in Tenerife.

      The mountains rising from the ocean and the scattered houses of Taganana create a unique view. I’ll leave the photos below to speak for themselves.

      TagananaBenijo Beach

      Other places you need to visit in Tenerife are Mount Teide, Spain’s tallest mountain and Siam Park, world’s best water park.

      5. How to get to Las Teresitas Beach

      If you’re staying in the Santa Cruz area, you can take the bus to Playa de Las Teresitas. Hop on bus number 910 that starts at Intercambiador Santa Cruz and get off at Las Teresitas bus station.

      When exploring Tenerife, I recommend renting a car. We rented our car from Oasis for about 35 EUR per day. In one day you can visit many tourist attractions. We circled the entire island in one day and visited places like Charco el Diablo, El Duque Beach, Bollullo Beach and Los Gigantes.

      I recommend taking your time to visit each of these places. We were on a tight schedule and wanted to see as much as possible.

      If you choose to rent a car, you can park it in the Las Teresitas parking lot. The parking is free and is located right behind the beach.

      6. Where to stay in Tenerife

      There are thousands of hotels in Tenerife. The entire island relies on tourism. Therefore, it might be a bit challenging to find the perfect accommodation. I’ve been searching for the best hotels on the island, for every budget. Here are my recommendations.

      • Budget – Atlantic Holiday Hotel – amazing ocean view, beautiful modern studio, good location, friendly staff, good amenities
      • Mid-Range – Labranda Bahia – beautiful pools, good location, spacious rooms and good services, friendly staff, all-inclusive
      • Luxury – Fantasia Bahia – perfect for couples and families, excellent services, all-inclusive, huge & modern rooms, beautiful pools

      7.

      Final thoughts

      Playa de Las Teresitas is one of the must-see places when in Tenerife. This golden sand beach is the perfect place to relax for a few hours and forget about all your worries.

      If you have any questions about this place, don’t hesitate to ask me in the comments section below. May the travel bug bite you!

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      Playa de las Teresitas, el placer de la arena dorada

      Se encuentra situada en el pueblo de San Andrés, en Santa Cruz de Tenerife, y tiene casi un kilómetro de extensión. Se transformó artificialmente en la década de los años 70 sobre otra playa que ya existía de arena volcánica. Se trajo arena procedente del desierto del Sáhara de color dorado para agrandar la playa original, hacerla más extensa y que los bañistas pudieran disfrutar de una mayor amplitud. También se construyó un dique rompeolas para calmar sus aguas cristalinas.

      Hoy en día, la playa de las Teresitas es seguramente la más concurrida por los tinerfeños, junto a la Playa de las Américas, y también se ha convertido en una playa familiar por sus aguas transparentes y tranquilas, su arena dorada y por la cantidad de chiringuitos que hay a lo largo de ella.