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Tias

Tias – The Town Of Aunts

Tias is not widely known to visitors to Lanzarote and is generally just somewhere you pass through on the island’s main road, the LZ2. However, it is an important administrative centre and the municipality of Tías incorporates the largest of Lanzarote’s tourist resorts, Puerto del Carmen. Formerly called Las Tias de Fajardo, meaning Farjado’s Aunts,…

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Chevere

New Collection From Chevere JR

Chevere have been manufacturing and selling jewellery on the island for over 25 years, and whenever they come out with a new collection it’s big news on the island! Their new collection for Christmas is called Cuero y Zamak. Cuero is Spanish for leather, and Zamak is an alloy with a base metal of zinc.…

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Emergency Help & Advice Lanzarote

Emergency Help & Advice in Lanzarote

Hopefully you won’t need any of the following, but if you do need emergency numbers, help or advice whilst in Lanzarote here it is! Emergency call 112 The local emergency telephone number for police, ambulance & fire is 112. There is a smartphone app called FRESS112 that you can download to your mobile phone. Users…

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Arrecife

Visiting Arrecife For The First Time

I was speaking to a reader the other day who has been coming to the island for many years and who has never visited Arrecife. I gave him some tips about how to get there and what to do, so I thought I’d share them with you all. I recommend he visit on a Saturday…

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Lanzarote Health Centre

Your Lanzarote Health Questions Answered

We’re often asked about health issues for visitors to Lanzarote, so we thought we’d put together a list of the most common ones, together with our answers: Is the tap water safe to drink? We don’t have any natural water in Lanzarote, so it all comes from desalinated ocean water. It’s high in minerals and…

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What Is Christmas Like In Lanzarote?

At this time of year, many people are booking to come over to enjoy Christmas and new year “Lanzarote style!” But what’s it like? What are the official holidays? The official holidays here are 25th December, 1st January and 6th January. On those days, offices and the shops out of the resorts will be closed.…

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Haria

Haria. Not to be Missed!

It’s easy to pass through the historic town of Haria in the north of Lanzarote, without discovering the secrets hidden within. Here’s our guide as to what to look out for when visiting the beautiful valley of a thousand palms. Attractions: There’s an underground art exhibition centre in the Plaza de la Constitución in the…

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Lanzarote Carnival Countdown!February 2, 2018
16 days to go.