Gastronomy and crafts, the demands of the typical products of the Canary Islands

Go shopping in the Canary Islands is full of advantages. Thanks to a different tax regime from the rest of the country, Thanks to a different country to the rest of the tax system, the archipelago has a consumption tax of 7%, a tax much lower than the rest of Europe that allows most competitive prices in most products. Hence the commercial offer as wide thanks to all of its traditional markets, shops and shopping centers.

Every year, millions of travelers from around the world visit the archipelago not only attracted by the quality of its beaches and exceptional temperatures that make the islands boast of being considered 'the best climate in the world', but also for its wide possibilities leisure and active tourism in coastal and interior green landscapes, natural pools and volcanic nature, complemented by its varied commercial offering, makes the Canary Islands the perfect destination for a restorative break.

Among its other virtues, the Islands are land with designation of origin, so in the visitors suitcases usually not miss excellent wines and delicious Canarian cheeses, in addition to exquisite honey, local jams and other culinary cravings that can be found in shops, warehouses or premises devoted to selling both traditional craft products like wine. Here we leave one of the best shops on the island.

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