If you’re passing through the royal Village of Teguise these days, you may observe that the 14 crosses distributed throughout the village are decorated with flowers. A great recovered tradition which is celebrated on the third of May, Holy Cross Day.
The most spectacular area of the island of Lanzarote is, without a doubt, the one that underwent a deep transformation due to the volcanic eruptions between 1730 and 1736. For many, the best way to see a place is to discover it on foot, and luckily we can take walks through this singular landscape.
February has finally arrived bringing with it Carnival, an event which is always looked forward to in the Canaries, a fundamental element of island culture throughout the whole archipelago!
Last weekend (December 11th and 12th) the first training course for cetacean, bird and sea turtle watchers took place in Lanzarote on ferries organized by CetAVist (Canary Islands cetacean and sea bird watchers network).