Lanzarote


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Lanzarote

the most easterly of the Canary Islands; mountainous, with a volcanic landscape; tourism, fishing. Pop.: 109 942 (2002 est.). Area: 795 sq. km (307 sq. miles)
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Holidaymakers had been due to catch flight MT1699 out of Lanzarote to Manchester on Sunday afternoon but bad weather meant the inbound flight from Manchester was diverted to Fuerteventura.
TENERIFE December 5 four nights all-inclusive at the three-star Villa Mandi, Playa De Las Americas PS479pps LANZAROTE December 5 seven nights all-inclusive at the four-star Occidental Lanzarote Mar Costa Teguise PS719pps.
Lanzarote had the ball in the net in the 14th minute but the goal was ruled out for offside.
If you love eating out, then you'll love Lanzarote.
Lanzarote Price includes return flights from London Gatwick on June 20 and seven nights' accommodation on a bed and breakfast basis.
Costa Teguise in Lanzarote was second cheapest at PS268 per person.
In Lanzarote and neighbouring Gran Canaria, sunshine reigns all year long, meaning peak season for many of these resorts falls in the winter months.
When I returned from New York, I came with the intention of turning my native island into one of the more beautiful places in the planet, due to endless possibilities that Lanzarote had to offer.
3* Lanzarote Paradise Club, SC, Dec 9, 7 nights from Glasgow, PS267
ANTICIPATION was close to fever pitch when Lanzarote met Comedy Of Errors in the 1974 Champion Hurdle, with neither camp prepared to contemplate defeat.
THE son of a Wirral woman who has been missing in Lanzarote since Christmas has spoken of his desperate search for her on Canarian television.
It applies to Liverpool flights from Lanzarote and Tenerife; London Luton and Stansted flights from Lanzarote; and Glasgow (Prestwick) flights from Alicante, Faro, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, Malaga and Tenerife.