Julie

Quad Bikes & Buggy Tours

There are several different quad bike and buggy tours available in Lanzarote. Each vehicle has a capacity to carry two people, the cost includes 1 driver & 1 passenger or 2 drivers. Each driver must have a valid driving licence (minimum driving age is 18) to bring with them on the day. 1.5-3 hour tours…

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Discounted Entry Tickets For Lanzarote’s Official Visitor Attractions

Lanzarote has seven official attractions for visitors to discover during a holiday in Lanzarote. If you’re planning to visit a few, then it’s definitely worth buying a multi ticket to benefit from a discounted entry. The seventh attraction not included in the discounted entry ticket scheme is the Monumento al Campesino, because this centre doesn’t…

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cake stops

5 Cake Stops In Lanzarote

We all love a bit of indulgence during our holiday, so we thought we’d share five of our favourite cake stops in Lanzarote where you can fix that sweet tooth craving. Café de la Plaza in Puerto Calero For tea aficionados like me, you really have to visit this delightful cafe at the back of…

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Rancho Texas Theme Park

A visit to Rancho Texas is the highlight of many family holidays in Lanzarote. The park is open 365 days a year, set in mature gardens on the outskirts of Puerto del Carmen, incorporating exotic animals, entertainment shows and a waterpark. Visitors are free to wander throughout the park from 09:30 to 17:30, there are…

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Famara shipwreck

Rolla-1 Shipwreck in Famara

Many people know of the Telamon shipwreck on the coast by Costa Teguise, but what about the Famara shipwreck? These days, only the very tip of Rolla-1 is visible at low tide in Famara. The Rolla-1 ran aground off Famara on the 19th January 1982, the residents in the village of La Caleta thought there…

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Discovering the history of Guatiza

I really do enjoy my day’s out with Eco-Insider, they offer guided activities for tourists to enjoy when visiting the island, plus a resident’s club for those of us who live here. Last Sunday was a residents club outing, we met up at the cemetery to start a history tour of Guatiza with historian Arminda…

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Los Aljibes in Puerto del Carmen

Los Aljibes, Craft Beer in Puerto del Carmen

Los Aljibes produce a craft beer made in Lanzarote which can be tasted at their original location in Tahiche, as well as their new bar in Puerto del Carmen. The company currently produce three beers, although Oktoberfest is sold out for the time being. We popped in recently to try a taste. Agüita is the…

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Aquapark Costa Teguise

The Aquapark is open from 10:00 to 16:00 with extended opening hours to 18:00 in peak season. Young children up to 1.20m in height can enjoy the children’s lake, leisure park, bouncy castles and small slides, marked as 1-4 in yellow. Older children and adults over 1.20m in height can try the Spiral, Kamikaze, Tobogans,…

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New Underwater Museum in Lanzarote

New Underwater Museo Atlantico in Lanzarote

The first figures have been submerged at Jason deCaires Taylor’s underwater contemporary art project named Museo Atlantico. This unique museum opened to visitors on the 25th February 2016 and is accessible accessible by divers as it’s constructed 14m beneath the surface of the sea in Playa Blanca. Sculptures which are now in place include: The…

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Beijing Chinese

Lanzarote Restaurant Review – Beijing Chinese, Costa Teguise

We love finding restaurants that offer good food at great prices, our latest discovery we’d like to share is the Beijing Chinese Restaurant, situated in C.C. Las Cucharas in Costa Teguise. As there are so many Asian restaurants in Lanzarote, it can be difficult finding the best ones to visit. We were delighted to find…

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