Ship wreck in Famara bay?

Apparently this is what it used to look like in the 80’s now you can only see the tip of the bow. If you do go down there take great care observe the safety flags there can be a very severe under current. Have a great weekend. Jan x

Strange cloud formation at Famara

Visitors staying in Solymar went to Famara beach yesterday afternoon surfing and took this shot as the cloud rolled over the cliffs. It looks rather like icing on a cake? We have had the strangest weather over the last few weeks hopefully things will improve now that...

Lanzarote tips for the “First Timer”

Courtesy of one of our now regular LVD guests Gosh, where to begin.   Firstly I think it worthwhile mentioning that the island is very much the creation of one man, Cesar Manrique.   An architect, he influenced the development of the island as a tourist attraction,...

Villa Mercedes

Villa Mercedes – Oasis de Nazaret Oasis de Nazaret is a 10 minute drive from the nearest coastal resort of Costa Teguise, and 15 minutes from Famara, which boasts the longest natural beach in Lanzarote and has become renowned for its incredible surfing. The...