About the site
Lanzarote Information is for people with any interest in the island. People who live here, people who want to, and people who holiday here.
We update the site several times a day with all the latest news, holiday offers, what's on information and regular in-depth posts about aspects of the island.
Using the site
You're in good company! More than 1.8 million people visit this website each year!
We have over 5000 articles posted here, and we add more daily. We are one of the best resources in the world for any information about Lanzarote.
You'll see categories at the top of the page, but the best way to find what you're looking for is to use our search function at the top right. It's powered by Google - so it works!
The best way to stay in touch with all our new stuff is to register for email updates, and you can do that in the form over to the left of every page, and as a bonus you'll also get a free 12 day Spanish course!
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To contact or connect with us, go to our contact page.
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Our main writers are Jules and Miguel, better known as Julie and Mike, much to the disappointment of some female readers who had hoped Miguel was a doe eyed Canarian hunk!
Julie and Mike are Brits who have lived on the island for over fourteen years and who get involved in as much of Lanzarote life as they can. Having brought up two children on the island, and run several businesses, they are in a good position to help others with their in depth knowledge about Lanzarote and life here.
They believe in making the most of living in paradise, and you'll find them at events and attractions all over the island, all the time! They are both triathletes, avid readers and they love good food and great company.
Read: Miguel's Articles
Read: Jules's Articles
Susana is originally from Barcelona but has lived in Ireland for the last 14 years.
She came to Lanzarote for the first time in the summer of 2009 and fell in love with the place.
Having visited the island on several occasions since, she moved over in August 2010 and has being trying to find her feet... she thinks she is getting somewhere, she's found out they are at the end of her legs!
Read: Susana's Articles
Graham had been visiting Lanzarote for seventeen years before taking the plunge and moving to the island in 2013 with his wife, Sally. He works as a freelance writer and copy editor and loves to go off-roading, taking pictures and writing about the lesser known aspects of Lanzarote.
You can visit Graham's blog here: Graham's Blog
Read: Graham's Articles
Stuart moved to Lanzarote at the end of 2009 in search of an endless summer and an active, yet relaxed lifestyle. His love of endurance sport, and in particular, ironman distance triathlon, led him to a job in Club La Santa, the island's best-known sports resort. Rather than competing however, Stuart now prefers to seek out wild places with his camera, and his weekly training plan includes more surfing and hiking, than biking and running. Diver, novice sailor and advocate for environmental protection, he is attempting, step by step, to live a life as sympathetic and beneficial to the natural world as possible.
Read: Stuart's Articles
Barbra is a recent arrival to the island, having moved here with husband Robin and cat Nancy in December 2010. The couple are from Lincoln in UK, and are both retired teachers, who followed their dream to move permanently to Lanzarote.
Robin has set up an IT consultancy business, and both are learning Spanish while they enjoy the sunshine in their new home in Playa Blanca.
As well as being a keen photographer, Barbra is planning to write novels as well as news for Lanzarote Information.
Look out for features on cats in Lanzarote, being a vegetarian on the island, and plenty about Playa Blanca.
Sadly Barbara died on the 1st November 2013, her husband Robin and Nancy continue to live in Lanzarote, taking some comfort that her last years were spent in a place she loved.
Read: Barbra's Articles