Corpus Christi is one of the top tourist attractions in the island of Tenerife. The area around the port city of Corpus Christi is filled with colorful sail boats and brightly colored wooden houses in the early morning hours. The most popular attractions of this area are the beautiful churches and convents and the beautiful beaches and resorts on the coast of the island.
The festival known as Corpus Christi is a festival which is held to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ and the miraculous birth of Mary. The event is also known as "the Lady of Guadalupe" and is held every year around March. The festival includes a huge procession which leaves the port city of Corpus Christi, carrying the bodies of the dead and the wounded. They then head to the Basilica di San Francisco de Leon, which is the largest Catholic Church in the world.
The main actors in this festival include the Roman Catholic Church and the local people. Corpus Christi costumes are a must have and most of the clothing stores on the island of Tenerife sell their wares with great fanfare and enthusiasm. The clothes that are sold on the island are usually very costly and are meant to symbolize the joy of the event. Many of the clothes are of very high quality and will cost a very high amount.
The other main actor in the festival of Corpus Christi is the local people. These people make their presence felt throughout the whole festival with their beautiful dresses and their participation in the procession. The local people also participate in some of the activities that happen in the parade. These include dancing, singing, and chanting.
The main focus of the Corpus Christi parade is the largest church in the entire island. The Basilica of San Francisco de Leon is the largest Catholic Church in the world and is visited by many tourists from all over the world who visit the island of Tenerife. The main entrance to the church is a very long and difficult walk and many tourists find it very difficult to make it on time.
There are many different types of foods that are served during the Corpus Christi parade. Many of these foods are very traditional, while others are new to the island of Tenerife. The traditional food is usually served on the beach at the start of the procession and the foods include platters of fish, crabs and lobsters and the traditional Cuban sandwiches. Other foods that are served during the parade include the fish and lobster and chips which are served in large plastic bowl and the famous red sauce which is made from crabmeat.