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Verde Mar

Lanzarote Restaurant Review – Verde Mar, La Santa

We met Debbie Jones, the owner of Restaurante Verde Mar at the Camel Media Group Seminars in Puerto del Carmen. I had seen the sign for the Verde Mar off the main road in La Santa but had not visited the restaurant before. When Debbie contacted me to say she had taken on two chefs we knew,…

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Lanzarote Walk, Maguez

Lanzarote Walk, Maguez

This can be a walk or a drive depending how energetic you are feeling! Either way its a beautiful route and definitely one to be explored in the spring as the hills come alive with blue and yellow flowers not to mention the stunning panoramic views. From Maguez drive towards Guinate, look for the house…

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Activities in Lanzarote

Activities in Lanzarote

There are loads of diverse activities to enjoy in Lanzarote. Here is a selection of some things you can experience during your holiday. In, On or Under The Water Activities Deep Sea Fishing There are fishing boats moored in Puerto Calero and Marina Rubicón who will take a party or individuals out fishing. Methods include…

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New Year

Traditional New Year In Lanzarote

New Year in Lanzarote is traditionally celebrated with Uvas, Cotillón, Cava and Fuego Artificiales. In Spanish, we say “¡Feliz Año Nuevo!” It’s very important you pronounce the “Nya” sound when you say año, so it comes out as anyo. Otherwise you might be wishing someone a happy new anus! Uvas Before midnight select 12 grapes…

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Walk Uga to conil

Lanzarote Walk – Uga to Conil

We fancied a walk through La Geria, the wine region of Lanzarote and decided to try the new path PR-LZ-06 that runs from Mozaga to Yaiza. We estimated that the total route was around 24km so decided to split it in half starting from Uga and finishing in Masdache, we actually finished 3km short of…

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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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Gluten free

Gluten Free Foodie In Lanzarote

This is a guest post from Caz Roberts who is a coeliac, so is on a gluten free diet, and was recently on holiday in Lanzarote for the first time. Anyone with a food intolerance knows travelling can sometimes be challenge. As a ceoliac on a strict gluten free diet I often find it hard…

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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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