Lanzarote Haria

Excursions For Seniors In Lanzarote

We’ve put together some excursions for seniors – ones that are more popular with our retired visitors, so you can see what’s available. Sunday Market at Teguise The Sunday market at Teguise is legendary – with hundreds of stalls, entertainment and places to enjoy food and drinks. We can arrange for you to be collected…

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Lanzarote Holiday Offer – Late Spring Break

We’ve found a good one for you this week – a week in Lanzarote, with flights, for well under £300 per person! This is based on two sharing and you will: Fly from Birmingham on 20th April, departing at 1225 Spend 7 nights self catering at Bitacora Lanzarote Club in a one bed apartment Return…

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Airport landing

Lanzarote News In Brief – Week 11

New Beaches Project Suspended A project to create two new artificial beaches on rocky parts of the coastline at Costa Teguise and Playa Blanca has been suspended. The Cabildo has done so, because the permission needs to be reviewed in relation to the island’s general plan and also to consider who takes responsibility for their…

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Lanzarote Truffles

Truffles in Lanzarote

It may surprise you to know that truffles grow in Lanzarote, they’re known as papa cría, la trufa canaria. Truffles are normally associated with damp northern European forests, not in desert conditions on a Canary island, but if we’ve had a good quantity of rainfall over the winter, they can be found here from January…

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Lanzarote Aquarium

A Visit To The Lanzarote Aquarium

I knew the Lanzarote aquarium was at C.C. El Trebol in Costa Teguise but I hadn’t had the opportunity to visit until recntly. There’s a lovely gift shop at the entrance and exit to the aquarium with a good range of souvenirs from pocket money price range upwards. We descended down the stairs into the darkness…

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1980's video

Lanzarote Tourism Video From The 1980’s

We managed to find this, and it’s a “must watch – ” a 1980’s video of Lanzarote! It’s an English language promotional video, and it’s a little over 20 minutes long, but do watch to to see: The early days of Club La Santa with sunbeds around the 50 metre pool Haria before the football…

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Excursions For First Time Visitors To Lanzarote

If it’s your first time on the island, there are a few excursions for first time visitors you really must do to get a real flavour of the magic of Lanzarote. If you want to see the whole island, and trust us, most of the island is very different to the resort areas, we’d recommend:…

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Jobs in Lanzarote

Jobs In Lanzarote – Bike Mechanic & Sales Agent

A fast growing bike and motorbike rental business in Puerto del Carmen is looking for a bike mechanic and sales agent The successful candidate must be a skilled and professional mechanic, able to work on bikes at all levels. Having motorcycle skills would also be a benefit. They must also be able to deal with…

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Sunday Lunch

Spanish Sunday And The Sobremesa

Spain is famous for it’s siesta culture. Siesta was important in the days before air conditioning, when workers would eat a hearty lunch (La Comida) before retiring to sleep for the hottest hours in the early afternoon, returning to work again early in the cooler evening, before enjoying a late and smaller evening meal (La…

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Lanzarote News In Brief – Week 10

Kontiki Apartments Going 4 Star German tour operator Schauinsland has bought the Kontiki apartment complex in Puerto del Carmen. The property will undergo an extensive refurbishment programme over the next few months and is expected to re-open in the summer. The refurb will raise it to the four star category, and it will have 235…

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