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Travel to Lanzarote
You won’t have to worry about whether the kids will have fun – most hotels offer a children’s club so your holiday time is truly your own.
With its economy heavily reliant on its produce, you know you’ll be getting the freshest and most delicious food, especially fish which is one of Lanzarote’s main exports.
This place is a shopper’s paradise with its duty free tax status. Stock up on your electrical goods here to save a few pounds.
With countless outdoor activities to take on, you can rest assured your holiday bulge will be kept to a minimum.
It is thought that Lanzarote was populated from 1000BC so there is so much to learn when you’re done sunbathing.
If you fancy yourself as a day tripper, you’ll be glad to know that within easy reach are the other fabulous Canary Islands like Tenerife and La Palma.
Sailing enthusiasts can make the most of the trade winds while exploring the seas around the isles.
You can be sure that Lanzarote offers the ideal setting to let your hair down with the numerous bars and clubs buzzing through the night.