Did you miss the quiz? This page is for the answers, but if you want the quiz go here: The Big Lanzarote Quiz.
Here we go with the answers:
2/ Haria – you can visit his house.
3/ None – it was a trick question, there are no rivers or lakes here.
4/ Playa Blanca.
6/ Charco del Palo.
7/ El Golfo.
8/ The Green Caves. Not because they are green, but after a family called Green.
9/ 151. Anything between 140 and 160 counts as correct.
10/ Brown, green or blue. The first for rural areas, the second for towns and the third for coastal villages.
11/ The Arrecife Gran Hotel. (No “D” on Gran!)
13/ The Peseta.
14/ A red dye was made from them. Often used as a food colouring.
16/ Fuerteventura. (You can also see Los Lobos.)
17/ San Bartolomé. (Where the airport is, so everyone has been there.)
19/ Las Palmas.
20/ Dolores. (Also known as Virgen de los volcanoes.)
21/ Monumento Campesino.
23/ There are no wild snakes on the island.
24/ El Grifo – it’s actually among the ten oldest wineries in all of Spain.
25/ 77KM – anything from 65 to 85 and you can give yourself a mark.
26/ Timanfaya National Park. (Timanfaya was the name of the village buried in the big eruption.)
27/ 673.55 metres, 2209 feet. (Anywhere between 650 and 700 metres is fine.)
28/ Avenida de las Playas.
29/ Three. Puerto Calero, Marina Rubicon in Playa Blanca and Marina Lanzarote in Arrecife.
30/ 3.8Km swim, 180KM bike ride and 42KM marathon. (In miles, 2.4, 112 and 26.)
31/ Costa Teguise.
33/ La Graciosa.
35/ El Charco San Ginés.
36/ Gambas al ajillo.
39/ Museo Atlantico.
40/ Santa Barbara.
41/ 5. Las Cucharas, Playa Jablillo, Playa Ancla, Playa Bastian, Playa los Charcos.
42/ Picón. (Also sometimes known in country areas as Rofé.)
43/ Rum and coke (Cuba Libre.)
45/ IGIC is 7% on most things.
46/ Sub Fun Tres.
47/ Omar Sharif.
48/ Costa Teguise.
49/ Una Caña.
50/ Papas Arrugadas.
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