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New travel guide Lanzarote… in a different way! 2019

08-28-2019 02:34 PM CET | Tourism, Cars, Traffic

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New travel guide Lanzarote? in a different way! 2019

New travel guide Lanzarote? in a different way! 2019

The new travel guide Lanzarote… in a different way! 2019 has been published and is available in all online bookstores. Also as a printed Book. Completely revised and updated new edition 2019 Up-to-date, detailed information, insider tips, highlights and brilliant illustrations. The travel guide Lanzarote...in a different way! leads you specifically to the attractions of the multifaceted volcanic island: In the north from Mirador del Río you have a view of the picturesque neighbouring island La Graciosa with its fantastic sandy beaches. Explore the heart of the earth in the caves Cuevas de los Verdes and observe the worldwide unique albino crabs in the Jameos del Agua.See over 1000 different cactus species in the Jardín de Cactus and look from the pirate castle Castillo Santa Barbara to the old island capital Teguise. Visit the Fundación César Manrique, the famous house with the underground volcanic bubbles and don't miss the eccentric property of the actor Omar Sharif, the Lagomar. From the Farmer's Museum, with the Monumento al Campesino in the centre of the island, head south through the unique La Geria wine-growing region to the Fire Mountains in Timanfaya National Park. Experience a volcanic eruption simulation at the Timanfaya Visitor Centre, or rock through the breathtaking volcanic landscape on a camel ride. At the Timanfaya Restaurant El Diablo, try the specialities of the lava grill, which is powered exclusively by geothermal energy. Buy real sea salt on the spot, in the largest salt works of the Canary Islands, the Salinas de Janubio, observe the natural spectacle of Los Hervideros and after the green lagoon Lago Verde set off for a fish meal in the small fishing village of El Golfo. With the Lanzarote travel guide Lanzarote...in a different way! don't miss any of the popular markets and artisan markets to buy typical souvenirs from the island. They will also tell you where to go shopping, find the island's last basket weaver, purchase authentic Canarian ceramics, see the Jolatero metal boat builders and find the glittering olivine natural stones.Discover the small, snow-white bays in the north and the golden beaches of the Playas de Papagayo in the south.Experience all the spectacular sights of the unique island artist in one day on the great César Manrique Tour.With 4 interesting car tours you discover the fascinating volcanic island on your own: Look at the contrasting north, the northwest, the volcanic, fiery center and the south. Or make a detour to Fuerteventura, the island with its endless sandy beaches.For the active: Stroll around the colorful volcanic mountain Montaña Colorada and the impressive Montaña del Cuervo, look into the breathtaking crater of Monte Corona, the highest mountain in the north and hike through the Timanfaya National Park on the Tremesana hike.Pure enjoyment: Special restaurant tips will lead you to the best tapas and the real local island cuisine.Brand new: At the Bodega Los Almacenes, try Mama Trina's homemade jams and mojo sauces, visit the contemporary museum Casa Amarilla in Arrecife and experience the capital on the new Hop-On Hop-Off tour. Lanzarote...in a different way! is the indispensable travel guide for the current holiday planning. You are up to date, arrive on the island immediately and immerse yourself in the lively island life. Don't miss any highlights. With valuable insider tips from the author you will experience Lanzarote individually and absolutely authentically.

Lanzarote… mal anders!
Andrea Müller
Calle Las Cuevas,8 P02
E- 35542 Punta Mujeres, Provinz Las Palmas, Lanzarote
Mobil: 0034 670 413 140
Web: www.lanzarote-mal-anders.de

The German author Andrea Müller has been living in Lanzarote for 7 years. After her first vacation, the multifaceted volcanic island with its mild climate fascinated her so much that she decided to stay on the island permanently after several stays. In order to present the unique fascination of the entire Canary Islands to holidaymakers, Ms. Müller has been travelling the Canary Islands since 2015 and has published various travel guides under the brand "...in different way!
The author attaches increased importance to detailed information and comprehensive insider knowledge as well as helpful Tipps, in order to lead holiday-makers purposefully over the Canary Islands. She says: “ The Canary Islands want to be discovered evenly “

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