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Arrieta Lanzarote

Favourite Lanzarote Villages

We asked our Facebook readers to tell us which villages in Lanzarote are their favourites to visit, and we thought we’d share the results with all of you. We totted up the results and here they are: Femés Where is it? Femés is between Uga and Playa Blanca on the road that goes over the…

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Shore Fishing In Lanzarote

For those holiday makers and residents that enjoy a spot of sea fishing, here’s our guide to shore fishing in Lanzarote. License You should have a Licencia de Pesca Marítima de Recreo (fishing license) to fish in Lanzarote, the solicitud (application) can be obtained at the Cabildo in Arrecife. Ask for a “Solicitud de licencia…

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Wine tours lanzarote

Wine Tours Lanzarote

Considering our harsh climate, it’s amazing that we are able to grow grapes here in Lanzarote, but even more interesting is that the wine produced is excellent! With the team at Wine Tours Lanzarote, you can visit the wine making region on the island, travelling in their air conditioned mini bus, and explore our amazing…

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Fiestas Los Dolores 2017

Fiestas Los Dolores & Traditional Craft Fair

Lanzarote’s patron saint is the Virgen de los Dolores, Nuestra Señora de los Volcanes and the 15th September of each year is a fiesta day to celebrate. A pilgrimage is held on the closest Saturday to the 15th of each September, on this day thousands of residents will dress in traditional costume and walk to…

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Lanzarote Beach

Which Beaches In Lanzarote?

Lanzarote is blessed with more than 100 beaches and most of them are of the golden sand variety. But they vary so much – we have beaches where you’ll be totally alone, some where the surf is amazing, and others where kids can paddle safely. So to answer the question, you need to think about…

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5 Alternative Attractions To Explore In Lanzarote

The official visitor attractions for art, culture and tourism in Lanzarote are very well known, such as the Montañas del Fuego in the Timanfaya National Park and the Jameos del Agua in the north of the island. But where do you go if these are closed, or you’ve already visited and want somewhere new to…

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