TO DO

Castillo de San José Dinner & Art Museum

Spend a special evening combing culture and gastronomy in a castle on the waterfront of Lanzarote’s capital, Arrecife. Not only will you enjoy a fabulous 3 course meal at restaurant Qué MUAC, with this package you can also visit the International Museum of Contemporary Art. The MIAC museum will be unlocked during the evening for…

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jameos del agua dinner

Jameos del Agua Dinner & Concert

The Jameos del Agua is very popular with visitors as a stunning daytime attraction in Lanzarote. Did you know that you can book a special 3 course dinner with live entertainment in the evening? The Jameos del Agua is a spectacular location by night, something a little more special than your average restaurant, perfect for…

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Concierto Coral Polifonica San Gines Zarzuela

Reader Norman Warwick has written about his latest musical experience – this time a free concert, which turned out to be amazing! Years of experience of arts events in Rochdale had taught me that ‘free’ concerts are rarely worth even that entrance fee so I almost ignored the advertisement in the April edition of Guia…

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XXI Rally de Tierra Isla de los Volcanes

XXI Rally de Tierra Isla de los Volcanes de Lanzarote

Sixty teams have registered for the big motorsport event XXI Rallye de Tierra Isla de los Volcanes de Lanzarote taking place on Saturday 28th April 2018. There’s also a shakedown event on Friday afternoon from Famara – Teguise. Of the 60 rally teams listed, 23 of them are from the Spanish Championships, drivers to look…

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New Cooking Courses From Cook In Lanzarote

Véro and Antonio at Cook In Lanzarote have announced the programme of cookery courses at the premises in Uga for early summer. They include: Indian cookery Spanish classics The famous Tapas class Veal Blanquette Rice cookery French cookery Thai cookery Fish cookery The beauty of these courses is that you get “hands on,” with your…

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Concert Review – The Colours Of Jazz In Spring

Our guest arts reviewer, Norman Warwick, has been enjoying music on the island again. In a week when the mountains and valleys were still a remarkably lush green, we took a meandering late afternoon drive into Arrecife to find flashes of colour daubed and mixed on the landscape’s pallet. How such muted colours on so…

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Amura – An Amazing Wedding Venue In Lanzarote

We’ve attended several weddings at Amura in Puerto Calero, and it’s just the most wonderful setting for couples to tie the knot! Weddings can be conducted on the private balcony upstairs, and then everyone can enjoy a fabulous meal at one of Lanzarote’s most respected culinary hotspots. Amura celebrate more than 60 weddings each tear,…

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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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El Almacen

Beauty, Harmony And Improvisation

Here’s another review from Norman Warwick, after he visited Manrique’s El Almacen in Arrecife to enjoy a concert. Two and a half years after settling on the island we are delighted to be still finding new, to us, venues for disparate art forms in exhibition or in concert, introducing wonderful new, to us, artists. We…

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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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