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Category: Bungalows Playa Famara

The underwater  Museum Lanzarote “Museo Atlántico”

The underwater Museum Lanzarote ” Museo Atlántico” has been conceived as a place to promote education and preserve and protect the marine and natural environment as an integral part of the system of human values. read more

Festivities of Caleta de Famara 2019

The fishing village of Caleta de Famara will celebrate its popular festivals from August 21st to September 1st. read more

Lanzarote markets (Places, dates and times)

Lanzarote Markets are, in addition to an entertaining and pleasant walk, a beautiful way to encourage the consumption of local agricultural, livestock, ecological and artisanal products. read more

Restaurante Dunas de Famara abre sus puertas en la idílica Urbanización Bungalows Playa Famara.

Acaba de inaugurarse frente al Risco de Famara y su espectacular ubicación y decoración están causando sensación. read more

Canary Islands, an open air spa

Renew yourself inside and out in the Canary Islands thanks to the exceptional conditions. read more

The carnival of carnivals

Carnival in the Canary Islands is an explosion of fun, music and colour, All over the archipelago parades, dance troupes and outdoor parties fill the air with the joyous atmosphere of a carnival with a long history. read more

Art and food on Valentine’s Day

14th February | 7.30pm

Enjoy an exclusive experience at the QuéMUAC Restaurant, and the art, music and food that we, from CACT Lanzarote, have prepared for you on Valentine’s Day

“Cuisine is the alchemy of love” Guy de Maupassant read more

10 reasons why you should explore “The Different Island” and cross it off your bucket list

  1. The sun recharges your batteries.

…and here it shines all year round! Lanzarote is a great excuse for replenishing your reserves of vitamin D and smiling at life at any time of the year. read more

III Christmas Craft Fair

December 21st, 22nd and 23rd. Plaza de los Leones (Lion Sq.) in La Villa de Teguise. read more

Ángaro, original music, dance and theater show about the ethnographic heritage of the Canary Islands.

The Jameos del Agua Auditorium hosts the premiere of Ángaro, an original show about the ethnographic heritage of the Canary Islands. Enjoy this magnificent artistic project which fuses music, dance and ancient chants to bring to life Canarian culture and traditional heritage.   read more

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