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Why You Should Book Your Next Lanzarote Holiday With Lanzarote Information

With the collapse of Lowcostholidays, we’ve spent much of this weekend trying to help people who have lost out to the company, who were not protected by bodies like ABTA or ATOL. Around the world, there are about 110,000 people who face having to re-book and pay for their own accommodation, before claiming their money back through they travel insurance or credit card company.

We thought it was a good time to reiterate why you should be booking your holidays to Lanzarote with us:

When you book through us you are protected!

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For our UK clients, their package holiday bookings including flights are protected under the ATOL scheme and the company we work through are members of ABTA. 

For our Irish customers, holidays are bonded & Licensed for your Protection and Peace of Mind, and the company we work through are members of the Irish Travel Agents Association.

Long story short, if you book with us, and if anything happened to us, your booking is safe!  read more »

Lanzarote For Young Couples

We have a well established market for families here, and one for middle aged and older visitors without children in tow, but Lanzarote also has plenty to offer for younger couples looking for all year round sunshine and interesting and unusual things to do.

Reader Cameron Mitchell had such a good time here, he created a video of his experience to share with other young couples.


Here are nine things younger couples might enjoy on the island:  read more »

Snorkel in fabulous warm waters

Bodega Hopping La Geria & El Grifo 2016

We spent yesterday bodega hopping on a residents trip with Lanzarote Active Club. Our mission was to discover the new wines for 2016 following the excellent harvest last summer.

Bodega La GeriaShiraz Bodega La Geria

We started at Bodega La Geria, where enologist Alejandro escorted us on a tour of the winery and updated us on their expanding range of Manto and Diego wines. The sad news is that this year is expected to be a terrible harvest, the months of January and February were too warm for the vines to hibernate, which caused confusion. When the vines started shooting for this year, they were 2 months late and the new growth was from the trunk and not from the tip. Together with the lack of sunshine recently, this means that the wineries are expecting a much lower yield and late harvest in 2016. Alejandro put this into perspective for us, last summer the winery produced 4 million litres of wine, this year they are expecting in the region of 1 million litres. The vines have fruited in a couple of stages this year, so are likely to need 2-3 harvests as the grapes ripen.

Bodega La Geria TourBodega La Geria Tasting

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Starlight Rooftop Cinema Now Open In Puerto Del Carmen

There’s a new attraction in Puerto del Carmen for visitors and residents to enjoy. The Starlight Rooftop Cinema has opened! It’s situated on the top floor of the Biosfera Shopping Centre, just up from the old town, and offers the unique experience of watching top quality movies in the open air!

Starlight open air cinema lanzarote entertainment zone  Starcaf cafe rooftop biosfera  read more »

Pharmacy Information For Lanzarote

One of the things that will strike visitors to Lanzarote is that there appear to be so many pharmacies here, known as farmacias, and identified by the flashing green cross sign.


The reason is that they are an integral part of the health service here. The staff are highly trained and they should be the first port of call for most non-emergency medical treatments. 

It’s also worth noting that even basic drugs such as pain killers cannot be bought in supermarkets or other shops here, so your nearest Farmacia is the place to go for anything like that.

If you are given a prescription by a doctor here, the farmacia is where you go to have your medicine dispensed.  read more »

Campo Phoenix Roadster Excursions in Lanzarote

Campo Phoenix are fun company offering a new type of road adventure in Lanzarote.

The vehicle used in the four different on road tours available in Lanzarote is called a Canarian Firebird. This three wheel design, seats two people, there’s a test drive and instruction before the excursion starts, to make sure everyone is confident and ready before the off.

The focus of the Campo Phoenix Canarian Firebird roadster excursions is to discover the beauty of Lanzarote, whilst having an open air and fun adventure on road in different areas of the island. Tours start from the Phoenix Explorer at 2.5 hours in duration, up to the Iron Phoenix covering 180km over 6 hours.

The tours include up to a total of 5 vehicles, with the guide in the lead roadster, that allows for a maximum of 8 people and 4 roadsters. This is  read more »

When Concorde Came To Lanzarote

It was on 18th November 1999 when G-BOAC, a British Airways Concorde, landed at Arrecife airport. She was bringing in passengers who were due to embark on a luxury cruise setting out from the island.

Word went out, and the airport surroundings were filled with people to watch the aircraft as she landed and taxied to the gate. Work stopped on all the other aircraft on the apron as workers paused to see the supersonic jet.   read more »


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