TO DO

Island Hopping With Binter Canarias

Most readers will know that you can travel to Fuerteventura and La Graciosa by ferry from Lanzarote, and we know many of you enjoy trips to our neighbouring islands. But did you know there is an island hopper air service that flies several times a day from Lanzarote? It’s called Binter Canarias and they have…

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Jameos del Agua

Ángaro, the new show at the Jameos del Agua

Update and review We attended the premiere of the show and thoroughly enjoyed it. It starts quite slowly and builds to a crescendo. Much of the music is percussion based, and there are some fascinating “instruments” used. The drummers are accompanied throughout by a pianist and bass player, who switched between a double bass and…

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Fish cooking course at Cook In Lanzarote

Fish Cookery Course at Cook in Lanzarote

This month, Cook in Lanzarote are giving a 4h cookery course on cooking fish. Participants will learn all the secrets of fish and gambas cleaning and preparation as well as how to make a fish stock, how to use it and store it.    The full menu covered on this course includes: Fish stock Canarian…

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Catlanza Lanzarote

Sailing With Catlanza

Catlanza is one of the island’s most popular day trips, and regular visitors often book a sailing every time they come to Lanzarote. The 75 foot catamaran sails twice daily on most days from the fabulous marina at Puerto Calero, offering both family sailing and adult only trips. She sails round to the beaches of…

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Walk Timanfaya

Timanfaya National Park & The Fire Mountains

It’s not until you visit the most popular of the Lanzarote attractions, the Parque Nacional Timanfaya (Timanfaya National Park), that you realise the true beauty of Lanzarote. We approached the entrance to the Montañas del Fuego (Fire Mountains) from the direction of Tinajo, the roads were empty except for a group of cyclists, after stopping…

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