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Go Karting San Bartolome, Lanzarote

The track at San Bartolome is a cracker! A long main straight brings you to a hairpin left, and then you drop down the hill into an S bend. If you can exit the S well, you’ll have the speed to climb well through a series of turns back up and you’ll hit the start finish straight again maxing the kart out. Unlike so many Go Kart tracks around the world, this isn’t a case of keeping your foot in and simply steering. It takes skill and good control to lap quickly, and you get a lot of satisfaction from doing so.

Here’s a short video of the karts in action:


Currently there are two types of karts to choose from – the standard ones and some new, more powerful ones for more experienced drivers, and there are plans to extend the track to allow use of some new really powerful karts in the near future.  read more »

Swan Lake, Moscow Ballet, 17th April 2011

The Moscow Ballet returns to Lanzarote, this time to perform Swan Lake.

Moscow Ballet in Lanzarote Swan Lake

The ballet will be performed for one night only on Sunday 17th April 2011 at the  read more »

Nightlife 25th - 27th March 2011

The weekly nightlife guide as to what’s on in the pubs, clubs and other events this weekend across Lanzarote. The last weekend of Carnival events on this island include Carnival Tinajo 2011 & Carnival Costa Teguise 2011, plus the start of the events for Malpais 2011 in Arrecife.

Costa Teguise:

Pisto Slow Bar

Venue: Pisto Slow Bar, Costa Teguise, Lanzarote

Date: Saturday 26th March 2011

Time: 22:00 – 03:00

Details: Carnaval party with DJ’s.

Mundo Armonia

Venue: Piramide Centre  read more »

Iceland comes to Lanzarote

The very popular frozen food store Iceland will be the newest shopping experience to be available in Lanzarote shortly.

Iceland Lanzarote

Although their UK slogan is “That’s why mums go to Iceland” things will be a little different here on the island as Iceland will come to your door to deliver. Delivery will be island wide without charge  read more »

Sunday Brunch at Bodega Stratvs

If you want somewhere a bit different for breakfast on Sundays, I would consider going for Brunch at Bodega Stratvs.

Bodega_Stratvs_Brunch Sunday_Brunch_at_Stratvs 

Stratvs have a brunch menu which includes:

Hot beverage - choice of coffee, tea or hot chocolate

Fresh fruit juice (seasonal)

Fresh fruit salad (seasonal)

Croissant or Crepe - choice of chocolate, jam, ham & cheese, cheese & tomato, charcuterie & salmon & spinach

Egg - choice of benedict, boiled, fried or scrambled

Glass of Stratvs wine

Priced at  read more »

Bike Race in Costa Teguise, 9th April 2011

Lanzabike are organising a road cycling race around Costa Teguise in memorial of cyclist Teresa Monteagudo on Saturday 9th April 2011.

Contrareloj Ciclista Memorial Teresa Monteagudo

Registration is open to everyone until the 4th April, full details are on the Lanzabike website: Memorial Teresa Moteagudo.

The race starts at 10:30 and is approximately 10 kilometers in length, it will consist of two laps around the circuit detailed  read more »

ZDF Filming in Playa Blanca

If you’ve visited Marina Rubicón in Playa Blanca, Lanzarote this week, you couldn’t have failed to miss the filming of a German TV show called ZDF-Fernsehgarten.

The film crew are here to record a special 2 hour programme for their spring show, which normally attracts 1.5 million viewers and 12.7% of the audience share in Germany.

Juana from Radio Europa interviewing ZDF courtesy of Sabine at SHE PHOTO  Andrea Kiewel ZDF courtesy of Sabine at SHE PHOTO

Local photographer  read more »

Fish Farm in Playa Quemada

Visitors to the tiny picturesque village of Playa Quemada or guests aboard the Catlanza catamaran trips to Papagayo might have noticed the fish farms situated off the coast of Lanzarote.

Fish Farm Playa Quemada Fish Farm Nets

The farm is owned by local company Yaizatun SA and situated in the area known as Bahía de Ávila. Founded in 2001 the farm was built as a nursery for yellow fin tuna, in 2008 the scheme was in difficulties so the farm took the decision to change their stock to seabass (dorada) and seabream (lubina) with much greater success. Now around 2,000 tonnes of fish are sold each year to major retailers supplying the central markets of Madrid and Barcelona in Spain and Portugal.

The fish farm is  read more »

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