In line with International Women’s Day this Friday the 8th of March, we spoke to four longstanding staff members to hear their views on being a women working at Anfi.
16 years at Anfi
PA to Managing Director Anfi Group
Sub-director Club Gran Anfi
Director Club Gran Anfi
Present position: Manager Hotel Area Anfi del Mar
In my experience Anfi has always welcomed women in the workplace, in fact over 65% of my team within the hotel division are female. Read more
We’ve got lots of changes happening over on Anfi.com which we are looking forward to revealing to you very soon as well as some changes on our social networking sites. One improvement is to publish the My Anfi photo competition winners right here on the blog so you can have all the news and information about Anfi in one place! Read more about it here.
These winners from the summer are already enjoying their iPod shuffles but here’s a quick round of the fantastic images they sent us. Read more
This year Anfi is celebrating a very special anniversary, it’s 25 years since the first boulders were excavated from the barren hillside which was to become the setting to the iconic resort of Anfi del Mar as we know it today.
It was some years later, that the first prospective clients came to visit Anfi, although in the meantime, word had spread throughout the vacation ownership industry that something big was happening in Gran Canaria – a resort that would change the face of the industry forever was taking shape in the Canary Islands.
Soon professionals from all over Europe began flocking to Anfi Read more
Almost as soon as the Christmas decorations are packed away, out comes another load of glitter and sparkle, this time in the form of carnival costumes and wacky make-up, the perfect antidote to brush away the winter blues! Read more
If there’s one sure way to way to discover the culture of a country, it’s by visiting the local weekly market – and Gran Canaria has a wide selection of great markets for you to choose from.
The weekly produce market is where many Canarians head to stock up on their seasonal fruit and vegetables, alongside locally made cheeses, salted meats and olives. Even though the big supermarket chains often offer cheaper produce, for many people, the quality and the atmosphere of the local market cannot be beaten. Read more
It was the ancient Greeks who first referred to The Canary Islands as ‘The Fortunate Isles’, Greek mythology noted the importance of the islands as a gateway to the afterlife for mortals related to the Gods, the great heroes or the most righteous of beings.
Thankfully nowadays the criteria in regards to who steps off the plane to enjoy the wonderful climate and culture of Gran Canaria isn’t so strict, although the name ‘The Fortunate Isles’ has remained. Read more