Julie

Sunday Roast The Dolphin Inn Costa Teguise

Sunday Roast Dinners in Costa Teguise

It may seem a bit weird to be lusting after a Sunday roast dinner in Lanzarote, but many of our visitors still want their weekly fix of meat and veg at the weekend. We can’t imagine eating a full roast dinner during the hot summer months, fresh fish by the sea is our thing, but…

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Volcaland

Volcaland Evening Entertainment

Update 17th May 2018 We went along to the premiere of the show “An audience with the stars” and had a fantastic night out! We started with a glass of wine and some local cheeses to meet the rest of the audience, and then proceeded to enjoy the buffet – plenty of food and piping…

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Road rules for cyclists and drivers

Road Rules For Cyclists And Drivers

Lanzarote is one of Europe’s premier sporting destinations and home to the world’s toughest Ironman triathlon event. For that reason, there are always cyclists on the roads of the island, and this article is to explain the road rules for cyclists and drivers, so there are no misunderstandings. These rules are based on a Cabildo…

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Timanfaya Visitors Centre

Most of you will have heard of the Timanfaya National Park in Lanzarote and probably been to the Montañas del Fuego attraction but have you visited the Timanfaya Visitors centre close by in Mancha Blanca? The Timanfaya Visitors Centre is free to visit, it is situated on the same road as the Montañas del Fuego simply drive…

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Walking Caldera de la Rilla

Guided Geo Walk in the Parque Natural Los Volcanes

I really enjoy joining a small group for a guided walk in Lanzarote. It’s great to meet a broad mix of visitors to the island and I usually learn something new, yesterday was no exception. My guide was Adolfo from Eco Insider, we were meeting at the Timanfaya Visitor Centre in Mancha Blanca, which incidentally…

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La Opera

Lanzarote Restaurant Review – La Opera

We’ve eaten at La Opera in Playa Honda a couple of times before, but hadn’t reviewed this restaurant. Our most recent trip was on the way to the airport before flying to the UK. La Opera have three types of set menu from which you can select a 3 course meal, the prices are Menu…

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Locals beaches

One Day In Lanzarote – What Should You Do?

There are a rising number of visitors who want to explore Lanzarote but have a limited time in which to do so, these visitors are either on a cruise or island hopping around the Canary Islands. I was asked the question recently – what are the things to do in Lanzarote? This is a difficult…

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XXI Rally de Tierra Isla de los Volcanes

XXI Rally de Tierra Isla de los Volcanes de Lanzarote

Sixty teams have registered for the big motorsport event XXI Rallye de Tierra Isla de los Volcanes de Lanzarote taking place on Saturday 28th April 2018. There’s also a shakedown event on Friday afternoon from Famara – Teguise. Of the 60 rally teams listed, 23 of them are from the Spanish Championships, drivers to look…

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Charco de San Gines

Charco de San Ginés Restaurant Guide

In my opinion the picturesque Charco de San Ginés, generally known as Charco san Gines, area of Arrecife is hard to beat for dining out in Lanzarote, it has a plethora of restaurants and a great vibe. This seawater lagoon in the centre of the capital city is littered with tapas bars & restaurants around…

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Open water swim races Lanzarote

Copa Natación en Aguas Abiertas Lanzarote

The dates for the open water swimming competition “Copa Natación en Aguas Abiertas Lanzarote” have been released for 2018. This year there are 9 events, which can be entered individually or a series if competing for the cup. The first event is in Costa Teguise on the 2nd June, and the last event in Playa…

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