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Staying in Puerto del Carmen? This book is a great guide to Puerto del Carmen: The Camel Guide to Puerto del Carmen and Tias

Which Lanzarote Resort Should I Stay In?

“I am coming to Lanzarote for the first time – which resort should I stay in?”

This is a question I am asked a lot, each of the three resorts in Lanzarote are very different from each other. It’s hard to know where to start as all the resorts are loved by the full range of visitors from teenagers, families, couples, sports enthusiasts and pensioners.

Puerto del Carmen

This book is a great guide to Puerto del Carmen: The Camel Guide to Puerto del Carmen and Tias

Playa Grande in Puerto del Carmen Puerto del Carmen is Lanzarote’s original resort and closest to Arrecife Airport. What started out life as a small fishing village called La Tiñosa now stretches for 6km along the coast with natural golden sandy beaches.

Puerto del Carmen is probably best known for it’s lively nightlife, just ask for Centro Atlantico which is situated on the main avenida opposite Playa Grande for a plethora of pubs, nightclubs, disco pubs etc.  Don’t let this put you off though, there is much more to this resort than dancing the night away.

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AccuWeather, Lanzarote 15 Day Forecast

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Live Weather Report, Lanzarote

 

 

This live weather report is brought to you by a private weather station situated at La Concha (in between Playa Honda and Arrecife) and courtesy of  Lanzarote Webcam.

Lanzarote Average Annual Weather Charts

Lanzarote has a lovely all year round climate, the temperature chart below shows the average minimum and maximum temperatures for each month, in the coldest months of January and February the temp can drop to 14 degrees over night and up to 22 in the day, in the hottest months July through to September, the evening temperatures are 20 degrees celsius and the daytime an average of 29 but can reach into the 40’s.

Check out our travel shop for stuff you might want before your holiday: Lanzarote Information shop

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Part Time University Degree Level Language Courses in Lanzarote

UNED which is the National University for Distance Education will be starting part time language classes in Lanzarote this autumn.

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The aim of the University Centre for Distance Language Learning (CUID) is to teach university degree level Spanish through associated centres as well as other foreign languages.

During the academic year 2014/15, the CUID – UNED will be taught in Lanzarote as a part time course. Students enrolled on these language courses will have a combination of media for studying which includes class tutorials, print and multimedia materials that have been specially designed for long distance students, plus UNED online tutorials.

The courses available include:  read more »

Colours by ElisabethConcept

I had heard of other people having their colours done, if I’m honest I didn’t really know what it meant until recently and I didn’t realise just what an effect it could have.

Elisabeth_Concept_at_Princesa_Yaiza_Hotel_LanzaroteLisa at Elisabeth Concept Lanzarote

ElisabethConcept is based in the reception area of the exclusive Princesa Yaiza Hotel in Playa Blanca, at first glance it looks like a classy dress and accessories shop, if you step inside to meet Lisa you can learn her secrets to looking and feeling good.

I arrived for my Classic Colour Analysis appointment and was seated at an impressive desk with a mirror, situated within a large tented dressing room. Lisa explained that she wouldn’t be talking during the first part of the session whilst she established which colours we would work with and so we began. I’m not comfortable with staring at myself in the mirror, like lots of women, I notice the faults in my face rather than my assets but it was necessary for this exercise, what’s more no make up is allowed and your hair is taken off your face into a hair net.

The process was quite comforting, you are sitting with your eyes closed for the most part, just opening them for a couple of seconds each time a swatch of cloth is placed across your shoulders. During these brief interludes, you get a glimpse of your face from the chin upwards but not what colour cloth has been placed underneath.

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