Relocation & Living

Relocation Advice & Information About Living in Lanzarote

We've condensed some of our information into new headings as there's so much of it now! All the articles are still there and the easiest way to find what you're looking for is to enter a keyword (such as "schools") in the search box up on the top right hand side.

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For anyone considering relocating to Lanzarote, you should get a copy of The Camel Guide to Relocating to Lanzarote

If you're thinking of moving to the island, you might enjoy these two books which tell the story of one family and their move to Lanzarote: Living in Lanzarote

Schooling & Kids

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Lanzarote People

Shopping in Lanzarote


Flora & Fauna in Lanzarote

History of Lanzarote

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Life Changing Courses With Best You Lanzarote

Learn meditation, stress reduction and life coaching skills with Best You Lanzarote.

Best You Lanzarote

Learn how the be the BEST YOU with Gill Pegge who is a qualified naturopathic nutritional therapist, meditation teacher, personal performance life coach and stress management counsellor based in Lanzarote.

Gill regularly offers life changing courses for both residents and visitors to Lanzarote. The two featured below are primarily aimed at residents on the island.

Meditation & Stress Reduction Skills Course 20th & 27th June 2015

Meditation can reduce stress, improve blood pressure and boost your immune system as well as a good night’s sleep. Once you’ve learnt the basic techniques it’s something you can read more »

Ex-Pat TV in Puerto del Carmen

Ex-Pat TV delivers those programmes you love from back home, to your television here in Lanzarote.

Expat TV demo in Puerto del CarmenEx Pat TV

All you need is a broadband connection with a minimum of 1MB and a television. There’s no requirement to hide your IP address, this company has been in operation for 5 years, they work in partnership with the UK government's international UK Trade & Investment organisation to bring television to ex-pats around the world.

You can watch programmes live, in real time or catch up with 2 weeks on demand.

Don’t miss out on your favourite television shows from the UK, Ireland, Europe and the United States. For a free demonstration of Ex-Pat TV in Lanzarote, visit read more »

Dialysis in Lanzarote

A new dialysis centre opened in Lanzarote late last year, which is good news for residents requiring regular treatment.

Holidaymakers in Puerto del Carmen

The Centro de Díálisis de Lanzarote is situated on Calle Puerto Rico in Arrecife, this is in the centre of the capital, near the football ground, bus station and shopping centre C.C. Arrecife.

Previously patients were treated in the outpatients hemodialysis section of the Hospital Dr. José Molina Orosa. The new centre can help a total of 72 people every 48 hours, they treat 20 people in the morning and 16-17 patients in the afternoon.

The Hospital Dr. José Molina Orosa will still have a dialysis unit available to read more »

Easter Eggs At Maceys

It’s chocolate heaven in Maceys Lanzarote at the moment.

Creme Eggs at MaceysHappy Easter in Lanzarote

There’s a huge selection of Easter eggs at Maceys in Tías, there’s sure to be one of your favourites in amongst this selection.

Cadbury: Creme Eggs, Mini Eggs, Buttons, Flake, Dairy Milk & Twirl

KitKat & Yorkie MugsMilkybar & Smarties Eggs at Maceys

Nestlé: Quality Street, Kit Kat, Yorkie, Smarties & Milkybar

Mars: Maltesers, Galaxy read more »

The Art Room

The Art Room at Sun Park in Playa Blanca, Lanzarote is an exciting new venture, launched this year by a group of local artists.

The Art Room -Kids Art ClubThe Art Room 2

This art project has been created by Jodie Tilbury-Fowler, Betty Rawson, Sharon Kinsley and Jenny Graham. Their aim is to make art accessible to all and to share knowledge and skills across the various forms of art.

The Art RoomKids Art Club

A range of weekend workshops were held during the month of February to establish what demand there is locally for art courses, these included Kids Art Club, Life Drawing, Craft, Sugar Craft, Creative Writing and read more »

Brits in Canaries urged to register for healthcare and social services

The following is an announcement from the British Consul.

British residents in the Canary Islands urged to register for healthcare and social services for future peace of mind

British Consulate and Spain Healthcare Team to host 
four free information events this month

Some 45,000 British nationals are believed to live in the Canary Islands but only 32,000* are registered with their local authorities. That means one in three Brits risk missing out on basic social services when in future they need it most.

So the British Consulates in Las Palmas and Tenerife, and the Healthcare Team in Spain that represents the UK’s Department of Health, are joining forces with local town halls to tell residents about the importance and benefits of registering for healthcare and other public services.

Discover why you should register on the ‘padrón’

Between 24th and 26th February the joint team will host four free information events in Lanzarote, Fuerteventura, Tenerife and Gran Canaria, where British residents can find out why it read more »

Power to the people! Renewable Energy Investments in Lanzarote

During the recent debate regarding Oil Prospections in the Canaries I realised the NO to Oil was present in a much more forceful way than the YES to Renewable Energy.


But I am a firm believer that it’s not enough to say what we don’t want in life, but it is also important to search for alternatives. It is in this spirit that I bring to you, in a very brief way two of them that I have recently learn about:

1) Renewable Energy Co-Op

Since October 2014 a group of people have been meeting on a regular basis to discuss the possibility to create a residents co-operative that can both contribute to and benefit from the new energetic model of the island.

The principle is simple: read more »

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