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Lanzarote: A small island but with so much to offer.

By Lyn White
Lyn is a member of the Lanzarote Creative Writing Group which meets weekly on Friday mornings in Costa Teguise. For information about the group call Sue: 630751106
Lanzarote is a small Island, one of the seven that makes up the Canary Islands. Although we are Spanish we are nowhere near Spain. We are situated some 60 miles from the African coast and benefit from a sub tropical climate.
Lanzarote is almost certainly the prettiest of the Islands, conforming to

St George´s Day in Lanzarote

Celebrate St George´s Day on Sunday 22nd April

Join us for a great day out on Sunday. 3.00p.m. – 10.00p.m.
Fantastic entertainment from

  • The Skatoons
  • Rory and the Island
  • Timebomb
  • Zombie Love

Free entrance
Montaña Tropical, El Toscon
Puerto del Carmen

Great setting with plenty of places to buy food and drink.
Everyone welcome to come along and join in the fun.
Let´s make it even bigger this year!

Lanzarote for everyone

Sue Almond co-ordinates The Lanzarote Creative Writing Group and would like to hear from anyone interested in joining the group. The sessions are varied and

Father´s Day in Lanzarote

Centros Turísticos de Lanzarote have announced their programme to celebrate Father's Day at Monumento al Campesino this weekend and, as every year, this date takes me by surprise as it´s different from the one I “automatically” remember.

We know that the spirit behind the celebrations is just the same, but the date

Lanzarote and ITB

This week the Minister of Tourism in Lanzarote, Carmen Steinert, together with tourism representatives from the island will attend one of the most important Tourism Fairs, ITB Berlin this week.
The fair will be held from 7 to

Tinguafaya Raffle

Tinguafaya have organised a raffle and the tickets go on sale today (Friday 2nd March) until next Thursday (8th March).
Tinguafaya Association develops a program of Leisure, Recreation and respite care, working with the members of the group (children and youth with physical, mental and sensory disabilities) and their families.

Respite care is short term care that helps a family take a break from the daily routine and stress. It is an essential part of the overall support that families may need for their child with a disability.

Some of the activities carried out are: Swimming Pool Therapy, Equine Therapy, Psychomotor Workshop, cooking workshop, Film Workshop, Craft Workshop, Music therapy, Games, Workshop on Introduction to Computers, Hiking, Sightseeing, Family Meetings, Volunteer Activities, etc.

Modernisation Plans For Puerto del Carmen