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Los Cocoteros

Los Cocoteros

Los Cocoteros is a village on the coast in the north of Lanzarote. Many people don’t even know it’s there, but it’s well worth a visit.

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Canarian Palm

Lanzarote Palms

There are over 2000 species of palms in Lanzarote. But the two most common Lanzarote palms, which you will see everywhere on the island are The Canarian Palm and The Washingtonian. Phoenix Canariensis / Canary Date Palm This palm is a protected species and found all over the canary islands. They are slow growing but…

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Deiland

Deiland Shopping Centre

Deiland is a busy indoor centre offering a combination of shops, services and nightlife. There is a supermarket, opticians, hairdressers, laundrette and florists for the local residential area, and lots of local shops with perfume, sports, clothes and gifts and then a range of restaurants including KFC and Burger King. On the top floor is…

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Lanzarote and Fuerteventura Ferries

It’s easy to island hop between Lanzarote and Fuerteventura, so if you fancy a different day out head to the old harbour in Playa Blanca. Note: You should carry photo ID at all times when in Spain, and you will need your passport to travel on the ferry between the islands. There are three ferry…

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Lanzarote Bus

Lanzarote Buses

The Arrecife Buses are clean, reliable, frequent and good value. The full list of routes and timetables can be viewed on their website Arrecife Bus just click “lines & timetables” and select which line you want information on. The Arrecife bus station is called Estación de Guaguas and situated on the Ví­a Medular. The Arrecife bus…

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Lanzarote Holidays

List of Lanzarote Beaches

Lanzarote has over 100 beaches! We’re still building a complete list of them, there’s a wide variety from the golden sandy beaches found in the holiday resorts to the white coves hidden in the north of the island, surfer’s paradise at Famara plus the very different black lava rock & sand beaches off the beaten…

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Lanzarote Wildlife

Driving around Lanzarote you will see herds of goats grazing on the hillsides or a lone donkey / mule tethered in a field. The camel train is spectacular if you catch them walking to or from work at Timanfaya. For wildlife we have rabbits and pheasants that are very good at hiding in the low…

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