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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things that are different

8 More Things That Are Different In Lanzarote

We’ve already written about some things that are different in Lanzarote, and here are 8 more light hearted things you want to know! That kissing thing….. Yes, it’s generally the case when meeting a person of the opposite sex to kiss them. Twice. Even if it’s the first time you’ve met. Just get used to…

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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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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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Jobs in Lanzarote

Lanzarote Jobs – Salesperson

Club las Calas are looking for an in-house Sales person to work in a large well established timeshare complex in Puerto del Carmen selling long and short term holiday ownership products. The right person will have excellent communication and IT skills with excellent spoken and written English essential and Spanish would be an advantage. The…

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Castillo San Jose

Concert Review – Yul Ballesteros Concert

Reader Norman Warwick attended another concert, this time at Castillo San José. He tells us all about it. OF CONCERTS IN CASTLES Yul Ballesteros Quintet – Castillo de San Jose – 22nd February   Last night, we discovered another magnificent location for live music here on Lanzarote. The Castillo De San Jose stands on the…

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Lanzarote Airport Queue

Lanzarote Airport – Chaos As Flights Are Diverted

Update 27/2/2018 The weather is back to normal in Lanzarote, winds moderated yesterday at around midday, and the airport is operating normally once again. We’re aware of a Thomas Cook flight which remains in Fuerteventura – the passengers were put up in a hotel last night and are expected to be flown here later today.…

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Young adults

Lanzarote For Young Couples

We have a well established market for families here, and one for middle aged and older visitors without children in tow, but Lanzarote also has plenty to offer for young couples looking for all year round sunshine and interesting and unusual things to do. Here are nine things young couples might enjoy on the island:…

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