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Eat Your Way Around Lanzarote – with Lanzarote Guidebook


The Spring issue of Lanzarote Guidebook – the in depth island tourist guide – is out now. And it has been enlarged to accommodate an all new Food and Drink section. Which includes information about Canarian cuisine and wine and a guide to the best places to eat and drink around the island.

Memorable meals and new tastes and flavours form an integral part of the holiday experience for many tourists. And the new Spring issue of Lanzarote Guidebook aims to help visitors to this popular Canary Island get the most out of their stay by providing an impartial guide to the best restaurants on Lanzarote. Which have been selected not just on the quality of their food alone, but also because of their location, views and overall ambience. Enabling visitors to take a direct short cut to some of the local´s most popular spots and helping them to find a decent place to eat when they are touring Lanzarote and taking in its many attractions.

Featured restaurants range from simple beach side locations serving cheap, fresh fish through to high end up market eateries. All of which boast that little extra something that help to make them stand out. And all of the selected restaurants have been visited regularly by the Guidebook´s editorial team, who have all lived on the island for many years.

The new 108 page Spring issue of Lanzarote Guidebook is also packed with useful information for tourists. Including in depth guides to all of the main resorts and local maps. An introduction to the work of the famous local artist César Manrique, who had a profound influence of the development if tourism on the island. As well as comprehensive sightseeing information, a guide to all of the main island attractions such as the Timanfaya Volcano Park, information about the best beaches to visit and much more besides. All of which is illustrated with some stunning visuals of Lanzarote.

Lanzarote Guidebook is written by island residents and published every quarter. So unlike conventional guidebooks it´s always contemporary and up to date. And tourists can download a copy entirely free of charge by visiting, or any of the official tourist information offices on the island.


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