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Jobs in Lanzarote, Consular Assistant

The British Embassy in Spain is currently recruiting for a part time Consular Assistant based in Lanzarote.

Lanzarote Jobs

The position is 12 hours a week to perform general administrative duties and attend customers requiring emergency travel documents.

Participants should have at least 2-3 years of work experience, preferably of an administrative background. Fluency in both English and Spanish (C2 level) is required and will be tested during the application process.  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 »

What's The Weather Like In March In Lanzarote?

Costa Teguise in March


Here’s our summary of the March weather in Lanzarote, based on recording the actual weather here on the island since 2008.


The sun rises at around 7AM in March and sets at around 7PM, although everything shifts an hour forward towards the end of the month when the clocks change, so the evenings stay lighter. longer. 

March can be mixed from a sunshine point of view - there’s a reasonable chance of some cloudy days during the month, but the UV is starting to get quite high, so you’ll still tan (and burn) even on the odd cloudy day. Looking over the last few years, we’ve had around 75% of March being totally sunny, with around 25% of the days, so perhaps 7 or 8 days in total, cloudy.  read more »

Lanzarote Restaurant Review, Las Maretas

Our meal at Restaurante Las Maretas this week was definitely worth waiting for, and I’m not referring to the service.

Las Maretas Gambas La Santa

This restaurant has been tucked away in the corner of the Las Maretas commercial centre in Costa Teguise for closing in on 30 years, and yet this is the first time we’ve eaten there, despite it’s good reputation. Bizarrely one of the reasons that we’ve not eaten here before is their success, as you do need to book in advance, and quite often we dine out impromptu.

Las Maretas Angus Beef Strogonoff

There’s a full and very reasonably priced menu available at Las Maretas, but you should definitely listen to the many specials from Domingo before making your choice. We ordered the local prawns from La Santa which were stunning! The prawns had been fully shelled, with just their heads left for decoration, they were served hot on a bed of sea salt. The prawns off the specials menu were deliciously juicy and sweet, highly recommended. It’s also a large portion, around 30 of them so good for sharing.  read more »

Property Of The Month - Two Bedroom Apartment In Puerto del Carmen

Hypnotherapist Stuart Downing In Lanzarote

We’ve heard from Stuart that he is back on the island for a few weeks, and is available for consultations while he is here.

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For those who don’t know, he offers hypnotherapy for a range of issues, including:  read more »

  • Alcoholism
  • Addiction to cigarettes and other drugs
  • Anxiety
  • Phobias
  • Weight loss

Jobs in Lanzarote, PR staff

Catlanza are recruiting PR staff to work in Puerto del Carmen, Costa Teguise and Playa Blanca holiday resorts of Lanzarote.

Lanzarote Jobs

Dutch and German speaking applicants are sought as a priority.  read more »

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