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Miguel’s recipe for Mojo sauce

Everyone who comes to Lanzarote loves Mojo – the sauce served with bread, potatoes or fish as a Canarian staple. And every local chef has their own recipe, which they are convinced is the best in the world! Here’s mine: Mojo Verde Ingredients Large bundle of coriander leaves pulled off the stems (called cilantro here) […]

Cash machines and exchanging money

I am often asked wich is the nearest bank machine to Nazaret and the answer is Bancia in the centre of Teguise a very short distance drive, its actually walkable if you are feeling energetic! There is lots of easy parking in Teguise and it is a lovely place to have a coffee and stroll […]

11 Things For Mature Couples To Do In Lanzarote

The kids have left home, and you’re still holidaying on your favourite island. You’ve probably done all the usual things here, often for the benefit of the youngsters, but now it’s time to enjoy your time in Lanzarote.  Here are some suggestions of things you might not have done, but should: Hire A Car Essential […]

Using your mobile here New rates for Roaming

Roaming With Your Devices On Holiday In Lanzarote As of 15th June 2017, a new EU law has come into effect which gives all EU citizens an entitlement to “Roam like at home.” For most of you who visit Lanzarote, it means you will be able to take advantage of our excellent 4g coverage while […]

Walk or cycle from Arrecife to Playa Honda

Start at the Parque Temático on the sea front by the Cabildo in Arrecife. The distance table for Lanzarote shows that the airport to Arrecife is 7km, this promenade is a lovely way to explore this area and there are loads of tapas bars and restaurants to stop at for refreshment! On a bike this […]


Just to update you on availability. Of course if it is last minute we give great reductions! Luca September 17th – 23rd November 13th – December 24th Solymar – September 7th – 15th ( 8 days) October 19th -26th November 16th – 26th December 2nd 9th Albarino August 31st – September 7th November 6th – […]

Fish baked in salt.

If like us, you love fresh fish in Lanzarote, here’s the simplest of recipes which tastes amazing! Buy two fresh fish and a bag of coarse sea salt (Salinas de Janubio if possible) from the supermarket. We like Sama Dorada with this recipe, ask the fishmonger to clean the fish but leave it whole (limpiar […]

Fresh fish of the day?

Lanzarote Fresh Fish Of The Day There is nothing better than a fresh fish lunch eaten at a restaurant situated over looking the sea somewhere along the coast in Lanzarote. Most of the time we leave which fish of the day up to the waiter and we’ve yet to be disappointed. The Spanish name of the […]

Strange garden In Teguise?

You may not know what it’s called but I’ll bet most of you have noticed the peculiar house with the garden of statues in La Villa de Teguise, this is the work of Don Pillimpo. For anyone approaching the Sunday market in Teguise from the direction of San Bartolomé, Pillimpo’s garden is situated on the […]

We return and someone was glad to see us!

We have been on a 4 week cruise cruise from Bangkok to Dubai visiting the most fantastic countries. They went from the sublime to the ridiculous. We were sailing on the Regent Seven seas line and it was brilliant. Everything went smoothly over here; leaving the business in Kate Mark and Amanda’ s capable hands. Carole and John […]