2 great things to do on holiday

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Lanzarote is a stunning island full of culture and fun – stray just a short distance from your hotel pool or the beach and immerse yourself in the fun-loving Canarian hospitality. TouristTicket have a great package available that offers you 2 great things to do on holiday – experience the …


Lanzarote February 2017 – What’s on?

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So what is on in Lanzarote February 2017? There’s always plenty of small events and fiestas taking place around the island, below are the key thing’s we think visitors to the island will find interesting and feel they can take part in. Exhibition of Historical Photos of Carnival in Lanzarote …

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Lanzarote January 2017 – What’s on?

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Cabalgata de Reyes (Procession of the Three Wise Men), Arrecife – 5 January The day before Dia de Reyes, there is a spectacular parade where the Three Wise Men traverse through the capital on camels throwing sweets to the children. Día de Reyes (King’s Day) – 6 January Traditionally, because …

January Excursions from TouristTicket!

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The winter months in Lanzarote and Fuerteventura are different than they are in the rest of the Canary Islands, they are even different from almost the rest of the world. With pleasant temperatures during the day inviting you to go in shorts and short sleeves, there are endless activities that …


Lanzarote volcano facts

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Interesting facts about Lanzarote’s volcanoes: The island, as well as others, emerged about 15 million years ago as a result of the break-up of the African and American continental plates Lanzarote is commonly known across the world as the ‘Island of Volcanoes’ and sometimes the ‘Island of 1,000 volcanoes’ Lanzarote …


Spanish christmas sweets

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Christmas has officially arrived in Lanzarote! Talk a walk through any market, visit any supermarket or gaze into the window of any bakery, and you’ll see a very special variety of sweets that locals crave during the holidays. In addition to the elaborate lighting displays and the traditional Belenes (Nativity …