Julie

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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Los Hervideros

Los Hervideros

Los Hervideros is a place where you can watch the spectacular power of The Atlantic Ocean against a back drop of the most incredible lava.

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Jameos del Agua

Jameos del Agua

The Jameos del Agua was the first site to be created by César Manrique as a cultural centre in Lanzarote which opened back in 1966 and is part of the volcanic tunnel formed with the eruption of the Volcán de la Corona. The Túnel de la Atlántida stretches from la Corona to the sea a…

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CACT Dance Festival Poster

Dance Festival at the Jameos del Agua

I went to the opening of the Dance Festival at the spectacular Jameos del Agua Auditorium on Saturday 3rd March 2018. The first of 4 dance events included in the Dance Festival, was the award winning performance of Silencio by Daniel Abreu. Despite the title, there was some musical background to this contemporary dance show.…

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Subida de Haria Lanzarote

Motor Racing in Lanzarote

The Canary Islands host regular regional and national motor racing events, including on and off road rallies. These events are free to watch, and spectators can get close to the action. The big news for Lanzarote this year is that the XXI Rallye de Tierra Isla de los Volcanes de Lanzarote event forms part of…

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Ship Wreck

Lanzarote’s Ship Wreck

The ship wreck on the shore between Arrecife and Costa Teguise catches a lot of visitors by surprise when passing along the old coastal road by the port Muelle de Los Mármoles in Lanzarote. This ship was built in London in 1954, read on if you’d like to know how she ended up beached in…

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