Julie

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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Cocktails

Cocktails in Lanzarote

Enjoying cocktails on holiday is on the to do list of many, especially as a sundowner drink watching one of our fabulous sunsets. Here’s our tips on where to find an amazing drink in Lanzarote. Specialist Cocktail Bars La Delicatezza Cocktail Bar in Puerto del Carmen La Delicatezza Cocktail Bar is situated on the main…

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Cruise ships docked Arrecife Lanzarote

Cruise Visitor’s Guide To Arrecife

Whilst many cruise passengers will be heading out on their planned excursions in Lanzarote, there’s plenty of places to explore in the capital city of Arrecife. Hopefully your cruise ship will dock at Marina Lanzarote rather than the Puerto de los Mármoles, if so the capital is within easy walking distance. If not pick up…

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Pollo Asado El Mercado Lanzarote

Asadero de Pollos, The Great Spanish Take Away

You must call in to one of the Asadero de Pollos in Lanzarote if you get the chance, you won’t have tasted better chicken or believe the portions and prices. The local Asadero is the equivalent to our Fish and Chip shops in the UK. There is generally one in each Spanish town and well…

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Isla de Lobos Boat Excursion

Isla de Lobos Boat Excursion

The Isla de Lobos is a small uninhabited island situated just off the coast of Fuerteventura. It’s a haven for birdlife and popular with walkers. There’s a circular path which is well signposted with the walking time required to get back to the harbour. Visit the Faro de Martiño lighthouse, climb the Montaña La Caldera…

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