Many times after work I just get in the car and drive home without looking around. Yesterday I didn’t do it so. I am so lucky I live here now. Open your eyes and see, you too!
Since I spend my second winter half on Lanzarote it is obvious that I should see La Graciosa.
I don’t think you heard about this Island only if you have spent some time on Lanzarote, not that popular like La Gomera from Tenerife… It is just 2 kilometers from Lanzarote. The name means ‘graceful’ in Spanish (I like the sound of it:).
The island is really tiny, 8 km 4 km and there are only 700 inhabitants. It even has a school and supermarkets, you can also hire bikes here. There are almost no cars here only the jeeps waiting for toursists at the harbour to take them around the island
the Carnival (in Spanish speaking countries spelled as Carnaval) in the Canary Islands has a tradition, it is a serious business some say, every island celebrates it, in Lanzarote there is something in many villages/cities. The most important fiesta is in Arrecife and Puerto del Carmen.
In Arrecife it was on Saturday, the 27. February 2017.
The Lago Verde or Charco de Los Clicos (Green Lake/Lagoon) you can find at El Golfo, Lanzarote.