Playa Las Cucharas Costa Teguise

My Perfect Lanzarote Day

We decided to crowd source this one, by asking the question on our Facebook page. But first, we’ll share our perfect Lanzarote day: It would have to be a Sunday, and it would start with a breakfast on the patio – freshly squeezed orange juice, coffee and croissants. Next we’d head out to do a…

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Lanzarote News In Brief – Week 26

New Water Rates For Lanzarote Canal Gestion, the island water company has had approval to increase the price of water, by between 1 and 8 centre per cubic meter – this represents an increase of between 1.66 and 2.28%. The higher increase kicks in at higher levels, effectively meaning people who use more water than…

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Concert Lanzarote

Joni Mitchell Would Love Them

Norman Warwick has been reviewing more music for you. He attended a classical concert in Arrecife on 16th June at the Casa del la Cultura. Quinteto Orqeusta Classica de Lanzarote – concierto Number Five, Concierto Clasicos. A desire to take classical music out on to the streets and to sites that make it accessible to…

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Jobs in Lanzarote

Lanzarote Jobs – German Teacher

German Teacher required in Tinajo for academic year 2018-19, job commencing in September. Part time position available for a native German teacher to teach students of all ages, a keen interest in encouraging and inspiring students to love learning is a necessity. Timetable: afternoon/evenings, normal hours (4pm-7pm) Contract available starting September 2018. Please submit your…

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Jobs in Lanzarote

Lanzarote Jobs – Resort Representative

Note: This vacancy has now been filled. Resort Representative (Villa Manger) Lanzarote – ideally based in Playa Blanca This is a fantastic opportunity to join the busy team in Lanzarote as a full time Resort Representative (Villa Manager). We are looking for an enthusiastic, conscientious, confident individual, with customer service experience, who is an all-rounder,…

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Cook in Lanzarote

Cooking With The Best Chef In The Canary Islands

I had a real treat this week when I joined 5 others at Cook in Lanzarote to learn to cook some dishes with award winning chef João Faraco – recently voted the top chef in the islands. The event took place at Cook In Lanzarote‘s fabulous premises in Uga, and was attended by a local…

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Visual Arts

Visual Arts Exhibitions Arrecife

Norman Warwick has been out and about in Arrecife, and has reviewed two visual arts exhibitions that are open to all there currently. Notwithstanding a football World Cup Tournament, a one day cricket series between England and Australia, a US Open Golf championship and the long awaited return to playing tennis of Andy Murray, Dee…

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Playa Chica

Lanzarote News In Brief – Week 25

Cabildo Commissions Study Into New Airport The Cabildo has commissioned a study into the feasibility of building a new airport for Lanzarote. The study will explore possible locations to replace the current airport, which dates from the 1940’s. The study is in response to criticism that the current airport has limited runway length, proximity to…

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Holiday letting law

Opinion – Possible Consequences Of The Proposed New Letting Law

Most readers will know that the “revised” version of the new holiday letting law which is currently being debated in The Canarian Parliament doesn’t address any of the concerns raised by us and many others. I don’t believe it will be passed in it’s current form, for what that’s worth – there is simply too…

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Mirador del Rio

Special Lanzarote Holiday Offer – Free Tickets!

This is a special offer for anyone booking a Lanzarote holiday with us between now and the end of June. Free Tickets to Lanzarote Attractions! We don’t believe in making things complicated, so this offer gives every single passenger travelling, adult or child, free entry to three of Lanzarote’s most iconic attractions, worth around €80…

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