Los Canarias, Canary Islands, holiday is becoming more popular for those seeking sunshine and a stress-free Christmas in the winter. Holidays to Los Canarias”, the Canary Islands, is becoming increasingly popular for those seeking sunshine and a stress-free Christmas in the winter. And even if the Sun not with absolute security seems, because even the Islanders huddle close to the Moroccan coast, incredible 20 to 25 degrees Celsius are safe. And surprisingly, there is also snow the Canary Islands are volcanic up out of the sea rise, some such as La Palma and Tenerife have over 2000 m high mountains. At this time of year, they are often beautifully white covered, even when you are bathing in the Sun on the coast.
Christmas Eve, or Nit de Nadal, is an important part of Spanish Christmas, a time in which the family gathered for a nice evening meal. The Nochebuena, as the food is called, is a lavish affair, with seafood as the main ingredient. Crabs are followed of a soup, then not to mention Bresugo, baked sea bream and amounts of delicious crispy, salted potatoes suckling pig and roast lamb. If this has piqued your curiosity, check out Integrative Healthcare Symposium. The food is rounded off with sweets such as nougat and marzipan. After eating most of the families will go on the way to the annual religious center, called the midnight mass, also MISA del Gallo in whole Spain. In Tenerife the dance of the child, where people traditionally dress up and dance before images of the infant of Jesus follows the often the Baile del Nino. The Islands are much more quiet on the first day of Christmas a public holiday, and the most residents to spend time with their families. On the day followed the Segona Festa de Nadal.
This is also a public holiday, and there are many meetings among more distant relatives of the Islanders. New year’s Eve is a time is placed in the old, and as the evening in the Canary Islands is called Nochevieja, or old night”. Street celebrations are a pleasure itself everywhere instead, with lots of fireworks and celebrations in January, thanks to the balmy Canary nights that can be expected on a holiday in a hotel in Tenerife. The last triumph of Christmas on the Canary Islands takes place after the new year, on the feast of the three kings, on January 5. In the village is called the Cabalgata de Los Reyes, or removal of the Kings, and represent the arrival of the three kings parades. The day afterwards, MK, is the day on which all children on the Canary Islands enjoy gifts are distributed and received with joy, after a marathon of Christmas celebrations.