Julie

Museo Tanit, San Bartolomé

The Museo Tanit (Ethnographic Museum Tanit) in San Bartolomé, Lanzarote is fascinating! Set in the heart of San Bartolomé this traditional Canarian house dates back to 1735. The museum opened in 1999, a project completed by José Ferrer Perdomo and wife Remedios de Quintana Reyes who recently won an award on the museum’s 10th anniversary which…

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Lanzarote petrol stations

Petrol Stations In Lanzarote

For first time visitors to Lanzarote, you may be wondering how to fill up your hire car at  petrol stations. I remember when we first arrived on the island we had no idea of how to say what we wanted in Spanish or what to expect when we drove on to the forecourt – we…

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Lanzarote Walk, Yé

Lanzarote Walk, Yé

This is a fabulous Lanzarote walk in Yé, the little village with a short name in the north of the island. Recently we spotted one of the signs in Yé for the Mountain Bike Routes in Lanzarote, the track led off in an area we haven’t previously explored so at the weekend we grabbed the camera…

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Walk Arrecife

Walk Or Cycle Arrecife To Matagorda

I like to walk in Lanzarote and wanted to do an Arrecife walk from Arrecife though Playa Honda to the airport runway where the path connects in Matagorda to a previous walk along the strip in Puerto del Carmen. Instead of walking this time I decided to take my bike and cycle the route parking at…

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Walks in Lanzarote, La Galería de Famara

Walks in Lanzarote, La Galería de Famara

We were invited by David from Activity Adventures to join in with some of his clients on a walk to the water tunnel during the first week of August. In 10 years of living and doing many walks in Lanzarote I haven’t heard anyone mention a water tunnel before? We were intrigued and not knowing quite what…

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Walk, Mirador del Río

Walk, Mirador del Río

This walk is a toughie but worth it! When you visit the Mirador del Río at the Northern tip of Lanzarote, there is a stunning view from the Risco down over the Río to the island of La Graciosa. If you look down you will see a beautiful sandy beach called the Playa del Risco…

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tough walk

Lanzarote Walk – Mirador del Rio

This is a tough walk but worth it! When you visit the Mirador del Río at the Northern tip of Lanzarote, there is a stunning view from the Risco down over the Río to the island of La Graciosa. If you look down you will see a beautiful sandy beach called the Playa del Risco…

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Walk Timanfaya

Walk, Timanfaya National Park

Walk, Timanfaya National Park – The Ministerio de Medio Ambiente y Medio Rural y Marino have launched a new website Red de Parques Nacionales, where you can book two free guided walks online through the Timanfaya National Park in Lanzarote. Coastal Route Unfortunately there is normally only one walk per language per month for this…

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Walk, Puerto Calero to Playa Quemada

This is a walk from Puerto Calero to the next village along the coast – Playa Quemada. Playa Quemada is a small seaside village nestling at the foot of the Monumental Natural Los Ajaches mountains with black beaches. It’s a delightful place to visit and have lunch in a typical Canarian restaurant. This Lanzarote walk from…

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El Golfo

El Golfo

The tiny seaside village of El Golfo is famous for the Charco de Los Clicos (green lagoon), the delicious fresh fish lunches enjoyed overlooking the sea and a location in the film Broken Embraces directed by Pedro Almodóvar and starring Penelope Cruz. The village itself has a handful of houses, the old next to the modern, some…

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