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When it comes to sun-kissed beaches, fantastic seafood, pumping bars and nightclubs and spectacular otherworldly scenery there is just one word – Lanzarote. 

It is the bustling resorts that make Lanzarote the popular tourist destination that it is. Resorts like Puerto del Carmen, or Costa Teguise, where you can enjoy a spot of golf in the morning, hit the beach in the afternoon, and then head out to the bars and clubs in the evening for some merrymaking.

But it’s not all about big activity-filled resorts. Those looking for something a little more low-key should check out places like bohemian La Caleta de Famara with its stunning cliffs, laid back vibe and extra legroom on the beach. 

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October 2017
Those with a sweet (potato) tooth will love San Bartolome's La Casa de Bartolo, an Italian-flavoured delicatessen, where everything comes with batata including bread and pasta. facebook.com/bartolobatata

July 2017
A party is not a one-off affair on Lanzarote. Arrecife's Fiestas de San Ginés are a case in point. Lasting from the 15th to 25th August, they centre on the capital's El Charco which pays tribute to Arrecife's patron saint, the one time Bishop of Clermont.

October 2017
Whilst Tenerife is widely considered to be the best of the Canary Islands for wine, Lanzarote's La Geria is well worth a visit. The bodegas here including El Grifo and La Geria give tours and tastings. Marvel at the vines growing out of volcanic soil.

July 2017
Decidedly more old school than main town Arrecife, original capital Teguise is well worth a day trip, especially on a Sunday when its Plaza de San Miguel hosts an arts and crafts market. Architecture is of the Golden Age of Spain variety as Teguise was founded not long after the Castilian conquest of the 15th century. teguise.es

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