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Lanzarote Villas

Lanzarote Villas

The term villa is usually used to describe an independent property – in other words, one in it’s own grounds, separate from other properties, and more often than not, with a private swimming pool. Most here are single storey, but you can also find two storey villas, often with a master bedroom suite on the…

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Winter in Lanzarote

One Day In Lanzarote – What Should You Do?

There are a rising number of visitors who want to explore Lanzarote but have a limited time in which to do so, these visitors are either on a cruise or island hopping around the Canary Islands. I was asked the question recently – what are the things to do in Lanzarote? This is a difficult…

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Eat like a local

How To Eat Like A Local In Lanzarote

So you want to eat like a local when in Lanzarote? Both the times and what is eaten tends to be quite different to the pattern in northern Europe. Although restaurants in the resorts will cater for you, If you turn up for lunch at 1200 or dinner at 1800 in a local’s restaurant, don’t…

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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 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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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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Jobs in Lanzarote

Lanzarote Jobs – Kart Track Staff

Lanzarote Karting are looking for full and part time staff for the summer season. Successful applicants must speak good English, other languages will be an advantage, and they need their own transport. They must be punctual, able to work as part of a team and on their own. This is a contracted position so ALL…

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Walk la graciosa

Lanzarote Walk – Pedro Barba, La Graciosa

Normally when we go walking in La Graciosa, we head South out of the village and around to Playa La Francesa, as do many other visitors. If you’re looking for something a bit more secluded, we’d recommend walking North along the coast to Pedro Barba. We actually walked this in reverse, as we were dropped…

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Monarch Lanzarote

Monarch Collapse – What You Should Do

Monarch Airlines and Monarch Holidays, together with subsidiaries Somewhere to Stay, Avro and First Aviation entered administration today, the 2nd October 2017. All future holidays and flights with those companies will not operate. If you have booked a Monarch holiday or flight through us we will be in touch with you this morning. All bookings…

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