Police remind public that they must not visit their second homes or favourite places to celebrate this Easter

Holy Week of Easter starts today with Palm Sunday, and both Maundy Thursday and Good Friday this coming week are public holidays. This year, however, the usual processions and display of sacred statues that traditionally fill Semana Santa will not be taking place, and Church services will be online to commemorate Christ’s last week on Earth. Sadly, we will need to wait until next year now to see the famous Pasión, Adeje’s Passion Play, and the beautiful floral exhibitions for Pascua Florida in Guía de Isora.

Police across Spain have reminded the public that this year things must change in another respect too. Many enjoy Easter every year by going to their favourite haunts, and very many do it by camper van, or by visiting their own holiday homes. This is as true in Tenerife as it is in Cantabria or the Costa Blanca. Police say that their answer to anyone thinking of celebrating Easter in this way this year is NO, and that if you do they will be waiting to stop you and give you a fine to put in your Easter bonnet …

For other public holidays in 2020, please see HERE.

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