Surf Lesson Famara Lanzarote

Surf Lessons

Famara’s spectacular beach is famous for surfing, what could be better than learning to surf in the “Hawaii of Europe” during your holiday in Lanzarote. Choose from a single surf lesson to have a go, or get stuck in with a 3-5 day course. Learn how to paddle out, get the right position to catch…

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Fat Bikes Tour Lanzarote

Fat Bike Guided Tour

Discover the Ajaches Natural Park and Papagayo beaches on a fat bike tour, these fat tyres make any terrain easy! Price: €39 for adults, €25 for children (aged 8-11 years) Duration: Between 2-3 hours Start Time: 09:30 Available: Monday, Thursday and Sunday Included: Drink, snack, a guide and a helmet Recommendation: Wear appropriate clothes and…

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Swimming with sea lions in Lanzarote

If you’re looking for an extra special experience in Lanzarote, book a swim with the sea lions at Rancho Texas Theme Park in Puerto del Carmen. Price: €80 per adult, €72 per senior (60+) and €72 per child (8-14 years old) Duration: 30 minutes of sea lion interaction & full day at the park Activity…

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Rancho Texas Theme Park

A visit to Rancho Texas is the highlight of many family holidays in Lanzarote. The park is open 365 days a year, set in mature gardens on the outskirts of Puerto del Carmen, incorporating exotic animals, entertainment shows and a waterpark. Visitors are free to wander throughout the park from 09:30 to 17:30, there are…

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Aquapark Costa Teguise

The Aquapark is open from 10:00 to 16:00 with extended opening hours to 18:00 in peak season. Young children up to 1.20m in height can enjoy the children’s lake, leisure park, bouncy castles and small slides, marked as 1-4 in yellow. Older children and adults over 1.20m in height can try the Spiral, Kamikaze, Tobogans,…

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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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Airport Landing

When is it a good time to visit Lanzarote?

We’re quite often asked the question “When is it a good time to visit Lanzarote?” The answer depends on what you want from your holiday. Some like to follow the trend and visit places during the peak season, for others they want to escape the madding crowd and come when it’s quieter. Of course this…

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montaña roja

Lanzarote Walk, Montaña Roja

The vibrant red mountain of Montaña Roja, often pronounced montanya Roger instead of montanya roha as it sounds in Spanish has been linked to mysterious UFO sightings in the past. This volcano is situated in the far South of Lanzarote, whilst in the resort of Playa Blanca yesterday I had an impulse for a walk.…

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Walk Timanfaya

Walk, Timanfaya National Park

Walk, Timanfaya National Park – The Ministerio de Medio Ambiente y Medio Rural y Marino have launched a new website Red de Parques Nacionales, where you can book two free guided walks online through the Timanfaya National Park in Lanzarote. Coastal Route Unfortunately there is normally only one walk per language per month for this…

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Annual fiestas in Lanzarote

Did you know that April is the only month of the year that Lanzarote does not have a fiesta? Below is the annual calendar of fiesta dates for the island of Lanzarote. These fiestas are where you can see some of the traditional Canarian costumes and music, look out for the romería (procession) and verbena…

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