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All you need is MUAC!

Valentine’s Day is upon us, the most romantic evening of the year. A night of passion, a night to remember. You want to sweep your partner off their feet, but you’re at a loss for ideas… Maybe dinner for...

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Silencio: a journey into the soul

Contemporary dance isn’t something I know a great deal about. But as the Lanzarote Contemporary Dance Festival is underway at the spectacular Jameos del Agua Auditorium, it’s a great opportunity to learn more. The festival kicked-off with Silencio last...

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A cup of coffee at Casa José Saramago, Lanzarote

Lanzarote has long been a magnet for creative people: artists, musicians and writers. The island has a mystical element that inspires everyone who set foot on its volcanic soil. A one-day visit in 1992 was enough to convince Portuguese...

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Las Manos: the hands that built Lanzarote with César Manrique

Las Manos, the new documentary film about the hands that built Lanzarote´s tourist centers. One thing you really shouldn’t miss in Lanzarote this Autumn, is the chance to see Las Manos (‘hands,’ in English). And where better than in beautiful Jameos...

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A Saturday in the beautiful village of Haria

Haría sits in the north of Lanzarote, nestled in the “Valley of a Thousand Palms,” a name derived from an old tradition of planting palm trees with the birth of every new child. Standing at 272 m above sea...

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The Wine Run Lanzarote

June is a wonderful month in Lanzarote: beautiful weather, late spring colour, fresh produce and quieter beaches. More importantly, it’s the month when the Wine Run Lanzarote comes to town! This amazing event awakens all your senses. Marvel at...

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Cueva de los Verdes: an amazing concert venue

My experience at Cueva de los Verdes Auditorium Opportunities to go to a classical music concert are rare if you don’t live in a major city. So when I heard that there would be one at Cueva de los...

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Lanzarote’s beautiful Cactus Garden at lunchtime

Of all of Lanzarote’s Tourist Centres, the Cactus Garden was the only one I hadn’t visited. One of the reasons I chose to visit at lunchtime was to try one of their recent innovations:  the cactus burger. Why not?...

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Discover Jameos del Agua – the eighth wonder of the world

  Hollywood golden era actress, Rita Hayworth, once described Jameos del Agua as the ‘eighth wonder of the world,’ back in the 1960’s, when it opened to the public. The same holds true today, and this awesome natural attraction...

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6 Alternative Ideas to Discover in Lanzarote

Lanzarote is an island of hidden treasures. It would take more than one visit to discover them all, but here are just six alternative plans for those with a taste for discovery:   Saturday Crafts Market in Haria  ...

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