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4 Restaurants You Simply Have to Visit in Lanzarote

4 Restaurants for great food and amazing scenery in Lanzarote

Whether this is your first or your tenth time visiting Lanzarote, you’re sure to find no shortage of fantastic eateries on offer on this small volcanic isle. From freshly prepared seafood to sweet treats, there are culinary delights for everyone to enjoy around every corner. In today’s article, we’ve teamed up with our friends from…

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Food: 5 Dishes You Have to Eat in Lanzarote

5 Foods to Try in Lanzarote

Food lovers will find a lot more than 5 mouth-watering dishes in Lanzarote’s traditional gastronomy. Of course. And we’ll talk to you about all the other ones right here, on this blog. You’ll have to be patient, though, we’re just starting. This article is for food amateurs coming for a few days to Lanzarote and…

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How to order like locals in Spanish restaurants

Spanish Food

¿Para comer ?  (will you be eating ? ) is the first thing most Spanish waiters ask people entering their restaurant. Sounds like a silly question right ? Of course, you want to eat. What else would you do in a restaurant ? See, Spanish culture involves a lot of going out to eat and…

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5 things you should know about the Chinese fishing nets in Kochi, Kerala (India)

Chinese Fishing Nets in Cochin, Kerala, India

We had a lot of expectations for the Chinese fishing nets and Fort Cochin as a foodie destination and were totally disappointed. The place is a very touristic spot where we rapidly felt like walking wallets. And the fish we were so eager to eat is swimming in a filthy water between what looks like…

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Should I hire a car in Lanzarote? (YES, unless you’re only planning to drink margaritas at the hotel’s pool)

Should I hire a car during my holidays in Lanzarote

Lanzarote is one of these places where you need to hire a car if you’re willing to visit a little. It all depends on the type of holidays you want. If you only wish to lie down on the beach/pool and get tanned, you’ll probably be ok with your hotel’s transfer service. On the other…

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Ready for some fun cooking time in Lanzarote?

Private cooking classes in Lanzarote

  We’ve taken a big step. We’re now offering private cooking lessons in Lanzarote. Remodelling our future premises is taking much more time than what we thought. We can’t wait to get cooking with you. And we have to say it is all thanks to Jørgen. A cool guy from Norway we met a few…

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Marmitako Recipe: A Fishermen’s Dish

Spanish Marmitako Recipe

  Marmitako recipe is traditional in the Basque country and really common in the North of Spain. It’s also called Marmita or Sorropotun in Cantabria. It’s a delicious fish and potato stew. If you don’t know Marmitako yet, you have to try this recipe. And if you have, well, you know what I’m talking about.…

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All you need to know about Janubio Salt Flats

Janubio salt flats Lanzarote

Janubio salt flats are the biggest salt flats still producing in the Canary Islands. Their amazing colours are a must-see for tourists in Lanzarote. The salt industry used to be very important in the Canary Islands. The island of Lanzarote counted with 26 salt production sites back in the 1940’s. We can still see remains…

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Torrijas Recipe: Spanish Easter Classic

Torrijas recipe

  Torrijas recipe is traditionally cooked during Easter time (Semana Santa) in Spain. This typical bread pudding is delicious and really easy to prepare. Only in Madrid, 8 millions torrijas are eaten during the week before Easter. Every Spanish household has its own recipe. Historically, depending on each family’s wealth, the Torrijas were made with…

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All you need to know about Lanzarote’s underwater museum

Lanzarote's Underwater Museum by Jason DeCaires Taylor

British artist Jason DeCaires Taylor chose Lanzarote to install an underwater museum. The first of its kind in the Atlantic Ocean. DeCaires already worked on a similar project in Cancun (Mexico) in 2009. More than 500 sculptures became an artificial reef known as the MUSA museum (Museo Subacuático de Arte). The first sculptures of the…

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Romantic Things to Do in Lanzarote

Famara Beach - Lanzarote

Are you visiting Lanzarote with your loved one? This article is for you. Whether you’re here for Valentine’s day or not, check out these romantic things to do in Lanzarote. Let me be honest: I’m not a Valentine’s Day enthusiast. I’d rather be classified in the group that prefers to find romantic things to do including…

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