LVD News

Canarian Day 30 May

All places have a history and the one of our archipelago is very particular. Many will wonder why we celebrate the Canary Islands Day and here is why... This festival turns out to be special, not only for the historians but also for the inhabitants of the islands. And...

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CESAR MANRIQUE 100 YEAR ANNIVERSARY

Wednesday would have been César Manrique's 100th birthday, and the day was marked by a fantastic gathering at Jameos del Agua. His influence, and that of the fundacion, remain strong here, and long may that continue. You are probably familiar with his works on this...

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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,...

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Las Maretas Costa Teguise

When you first arrive on the island you have favourite restaurants that you regularly frequent and then forget. Las Maretas is one such eatery. I returned today after 3 years and realised what an idiot I am not to visit more regularly. I understand many of their...

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Coastal walk Punta Mujeres

One disadvantage of someone buying you a fit bit is its continual reminders to get up and do something! 10,000 steps being the recommended daily exercise we decided to do the costal walk from the outskirts of Punta Mujeres along the coastal footpath taking in the...

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SAUSALITO Costa Teguise

Our regulars in Nazaret will probably have visited Santa Barbara in Teguise and remember the fab food and service Through no fault  of their own they lost the property and have been looking for a new venture  Bingo! A lovely new venue in Costa Teguise....

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El Lago Punta Mujeres

If you haven’t ventured up north during your stay, please don’t miss out. Many of our regular clients make the trip up to Arrieta probably calling in at their old favourite Amanacer for lunch. This really well known restaurant owned by brothers has recently changed...

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January 12th sunny and warm. Mum was on sitting duty so decided to take a trip from Tabayesco to Charco De Palo, the naturalist village.  The sardines and natural rock formations were just stunning. They saw one human one dog  and a fisherman all morning! The tide was...

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Restaurante Amura, Puerto Calero

You may have been under the impression that mum (Jan) and Aly have decided against their Saturday lunches out.. Not so!  On Saturday they had a Lovely lunch at Amura in Callero. You may be put off as it really does look ‘posh’ but  the setting is idyllic and the...

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HAPPY CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR!!!!!!

We would like to take this opportunity to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy new year. As you can see the kids have been roped into producing our card again this year - we are making the most of it before they point blank refuse to take part!! Thank you...

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An interesting experience this morning when calling at our local ferretaria ( iron mongers) for a large tin of paint; the guy who owns the sop was loading into the panamas on a donkeys back gardening implements. Quite normal over here. Purchases made off he trotted!....

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Arrieta

If you haven't visited Arrieta recently it's on the up! Worry not it still is a traditional authentic sleepy Spanish fishing village but improvements are very evident. As well as the original garage store there is a really decent supermarket in the village center with...

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LagOmar Restaurant review

We try to keep you up to date on the local eateries in Nazaret. The sociedad we highly recommend and of course Cristóbals which we mentioned recently.. but where do you go if you really want a lovely night out; within walking distance and great ambiance? THE...

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Welcome back Cristóbal

Delighted to let our Nazaret clients know that their watering hole ‘Cristóbal’ just up the road has been reopened by the original family. I had lunch there a couple of weeks ago and the menu was very much the same as before. I know a number of you often pop in for...

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On Sunday I met Ángel Cabrera in his studio/ shop in Galería de Arte in Teguise. Even with the Sunday visitors in full flow, he took the time to show me some of his artworks. He is a self taught passionate artist & his beautiful paintings are in watercolour. Some...

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Happy Christmas Everyone

I would like to take this opportuntiy to wish you all a Very Happy Christmas and lots of happiness in 2018. This year has been a really successful one for LVD and we hope next year continues to let us welcome old and new faces to our beautiful island. As you can see...

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Mirador del Rio

We don’t live far from the spectacular view point Mirador del Río and have visited this Lanzarote attraction on a number of occasions with friends or family. The visitor centre has been built into the top of the magnificent Risco de...

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Getting around Lanzarote

We don’t have a train service on the island, so public transport is limited to buses, taxies, ferries and aircraft. The Bus Service Lanzarote’s buses are modern, air conditioned single deckers that link all the major towns of the island and the airport. Services to...

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