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Lanzarote Hotels

Lanzarote Hotels

Lanzarote is unique in the range of hotel accommodation on offer. In fact there isn’t such as thing as Lanzarote Hotels. Most holiday resorts tend to focus on one particular type of accommodation, but Lanzarote has everything, and even each of the resorts offers a wide range of accommodation from cheap and cheerful to super…

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Lanzarote Glenda Young

Loving It In Lanzarote

This is a guest article by Glenda Young, who asked if she could share her thoughts with you all following a recent visit to the island. The author on Famara Beach and Penelope Cruz in the same location from the film Broken Embraces (Los Abrazos Rotos) Last night we returned from our seventh visit to…

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7 Places To Propose In Lanzarote

Lanzarote is a romantic place – it’s a fabulous place to get married, many people celebrate their anniversaries here, and of course, it’s a wonderful place to propose to your loved one. There’s nothing like the combination of a fantastic sunset and a couple of cocktails to provide the perfect moment to pop the question.…

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What’s The Euro Rate In Lanzarote Today?

“What is pound versus Euro today?” is the most asked question on Facebook, email, or anywhere else where readers connect with us. Especially since Brexit, and with the Pound fluctuating more than ever. There are a large number of booze / cigarette / electrical shops on the island that offer money exchange as a sideline.…

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Moving to Lanzarote Haria

Excursions For Seniors In Lanzarote

We’ve put together some excursions for seniors – ones that are more popular with our retired visitors, so you can see what’s available. Sunday Market at Teguise The Sunday market at Teguise is legendary – with hundreds of stalls, entertainment and places to enjoy food and drinks. We can arrange for you to be collected…

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Lanzarote Truffles

Truffles in Lanzarote

It may surprise you to know that truffles grow in Lanzarote, they’re known as papa cría, la trufa canaria. Truffles are normally associated with damp northern European forests, not in desert conditions on a Canary island, but if we’ve had a good quantity of rainfall over the winter, they can be found here from January…

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