Isle of Lanzarote

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Trip to Fuerteventura or La Graciosa

Saturday, February 2nd, 2013

The isle of Lanzarote is the most on the East and close to Africa situated Canary isle.

Lanzarote offers a very beautiful volcanic landscape and many sights and much more, but it´s not necessary to stay on only one island. The Canary isles are situated very closely one to each other and so you are lucky and can visit in spontaneous way one of the isles in the surroundings.

From Lanzarote you can reach Fuerteventura by ferry in only 15 to 20 minutes. The ferries from Fred Olsen leave daily from Playa Blanca in the South of Lanzarote … Read the rest

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Categories: Fuerteventura, La Graciosa, more canary islands, Orzola, Playa Blanca

Day trip to La Graciosa

Monday, December 1st, 2008

La Graciosa is a very small island neighbouring Lanzarote.

You can reach the island if you embark the ferry “El Graciosero” which departs from Orzola.

Having arrived at the harbour of Caleta, the only village on the island except for a few less inhabited settlements in the North, you can strengthen yourself in one of the lovely cafés or restaurants of the village.
In Caleta you are free to rent some bicycles in order to explore the incredible beauty of the island. The Playa Francesa in the South is the most beautiful beach on the island … Read the rest

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Categories: About Lanzarote, Hiking, La Graciosa, Orzola, Sports

Art and Tradition on Lanzarote

Thursday, May 1st, 2008

A journey to the hinterland of Lanzarote is recommended to everyone who wants to try out the canary cuisine. Where little restaurants serve typical stews and braising pans you will find the original canary taste.
Rule of thumb:
Where many locals come together, the meal cannot be bad.

For example in Arrieta, El Golfo or Orzola good fish restaurants can be found, as well as in the old downtown of Puerto del Carmen in Playa Blanca.

Staying power is one of the characteristics of Lanzarote. Than in the 18th century, the Timanfaya volcano spewed ash and lava for … Read the rest

Posted by Jack
Categories: About Lanzarote, Arrieta, Bars, César Manrique, Carnival, El Golfo, Festivals, La Geria, Orzola, Playa Blanca, Puerto del Carmen, Restaurants
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