Singles Holidays to Lanzarote
With its perpetual sunshine, rugged volcanic landscape and stunning beaches, Lanzarote is one of the most beloved of all the Canary Islands. Known for its diving experiences, pretty harbour villages, tranquil coves and impressive cliffs; the area is as compelling for its natural beauty as it is for its sports and leisure activities.
Lanzarote is often thought of as an arid island, but in reality it also features some stunning green valleys and the elegant palm trees that line the golden beaches are a real sight to behold. The volcanic rocks boast a stunning array of hues, and are best seen at the breathtaking Timanfaya National Park.
You can expect to discover jade lagoons set against a striking backdrop of red cliffs, exceptionally fresh seafood, delicious local wine and the intriguing cactus gardens.
The people of Lanzorote are well accustomed to tourism, meaning they are a very welcoming nation. Warm and friendly they are very hospitable and extremely helpful, offering directions or recommendations at a drop of a hat.
Tipping: As with most countries in Europe tipping is expected, however only tip if the service has been good, the typical amount is 10%, in bars and cafes, round up to the nearest full amount. Some restaurants many include a service charge on the bill so be sure to check.
Greetings & Language
If you’re looking to socialise whilst away on holiday in Lanzarote, here are a few handy phrases to help you on your travels. The main language is Spanish, however English is widely spoken.
To say hello, it’s ‘hola’, before lunch say ‘Buenos días’ which means good morning, whilst ‘Buenos tardes’ is good night.
Be sure not to forget your please and thank yous, to say please it’s ‘Por Favor’ and thank you is ‘gracias’.
Finally if you’re wanting to order a drink, a refreshing beer for example, its ‘Por favor puedo pedir una cerveza which translates to ‘please may I order a beer?’