Relocation & Living

Relocation Advice & Information About Living in Lanzarote

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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

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Summer Camp For Children To Learn Spanish

Hispania in Puerto del Carmen are running a summer camp for children who want to improve their Spanish and gain a better understanding of the Spanish culture.

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The camp runs from 26th June until 31st August, but youngsters can dip in for a week or a month at a time. Interested parents are invited to a presentation at Hispanic at 1100 on 17th June, or they can get in touch with them directly here: Hispania Lanzarote

Activities during the camp will include: read more »

Jennifer Cunningham Insurance Update

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We asked Ann from Jennifer Cunningham to let us know about the latest offers they have for readers.

Jennifer Cunningham´s office in Tias re-opened in November last year. Still located on Calle Libertad, Jackie and Ann are available Monday to Friday from 10am to 4pm on 928 091 427.

She told us: read more »

Absolute Beginners Line Dancing

Wendy has a new Absolute Beginners Line Dancing class! You can read all about Wendy’s classes and the fun everyone has here: Line Dancing Lanzarote.

Line Dancing read more »

How To Deal With Bereavement In Lanzarote

Losing a loved one is always difficult, but when it happens in a foreign country the practicalities of dealing with the local customs and procedures can seem even more daunting.

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Ten Random Facts About The Population Of Lanzarote

I enjoy having a good trawl around statistics relating to Lanzarote, and I’ve had some fun coming up with these ten interesting facts about the island’s population.


1/ Lanzarote’s population was just 9,675 back in 1768 and had only doubled to 18,331 by 1900. It broke through the 100,000 barrier in 2001 and now stands at 143,209. read more »

Carol Singers Wanted In Lanzarote

The Christmas Voices are looking for singers to join them this winter:


Sing Carols with "Christmas Voices" read more »

Top Catz Dance Lessons in Lanzarote

Starting the second week of September, Top Catz dance classes will begin again for adults and children aged from 4 years old.

All A Bass

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Classes will be held in the Rafael Cedrés school in Tias; in the school Concepción Rodríguez Artíles in Puerto del Carmen; and possibly another venue. Classes available are: tap dance, Irish, Flamenco, Sevillanas, jazz, hip-hop, Broadway Musicals and classical Spanish dance.


Image: Afro-Funk is a mixture of African dance, funky style.

Private lessons are also available, for Hawaiian-Tahitian dance, or Arabic dance. read more »

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