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Welcome To Conil

As we have already briefly mentioned as part of our General Introduction Pages, the village of Conil is only around 15 minutes away by car from the El Megacentro and Deiland shopping centre.

In recent years Deiland has become a favorite shopping and leisure area for both visitors to Lanzarote and also the local population too.

Centro Commercial Deiland is built over 3 floors and covers an area of 28,000m2 with additional free car parking for 800 cars.

Once inside you'll find shops, restaurants, cafés, along with a multiplex cinema and bowling alley.

For more information their contact details are:

Deiland Centro Commercial
Calle Chimidas 20
Playa Honda
Email: info@deilandplaza.com
Web site: www.deilandplaza.com

Overall south of the island is home to some of the most widely visited natural attractions on Lanzarote.

The most impressive, in our view at least, is undoubtedly the cliffs of Los Hervideros, otherwise known as "The Boiling Pans".

These are a series of caves and blow holes that have been eroded into a former lava flows since the last eruption.

As the Atlantic waves crash into these caves, mountains of white surf are produced, giving the appearance of boiling water.

This is certainly one place on Lanzarote that swimming is not recommended at any time.

Another less spectacular feature is the green lagoon at El Golfo.

This is a semi-circular volcanic crater that over the years has filled with sea water, and in which algae has grown, giving it a highly distinctive green colour.

Certainly worth a mention here is the Rancho Texas park on the outskirt of Puerto del Carmen, which is the recreation of the American wild west complete with cowboys, indians, wig wams, buffalo, crocodiles and many other exotic animals.

Overall the park took over 5 years to create and now covers an area of some 50,000 m˛. As you enter the attraction you are met by Sofia, who is a huge owl with piercing yellow eyes, and with whom you will undoubtedly be photographed with.

During the day you can lose the children for hours whilst they play in the Indian village or pan for gold amongst the waters of the goldmine water wheel, although be sure to reserve their seats for the eagle, crocodile and parrot shows that also take place at regular intervals throughout the day.

In keeping with their western theme, the park also has its own riding stables where absolute novices can safely enjoy a short horseback ride, and more experienced riders can undertake a 1/2 day trek down to the beach.

During the evening and after the main park closes for the day, their Country and Western themed nights are also a very popular attraction where the whole family can party the night away.

Their own professional entertainment team will endeavour to keep everyone entertained with a combination of live music and line dancing along with special entertainment for the children.

Central to the evening is always their "eat as much as you can" American style BBQ complete with beer, sangria or soft drinks all included within the entrance price.

Entrance to the park is quite reasonable at around 20€ for adults and 15€ for children. Contact details for more information and bookings is:
Rancho Texas Lanzarote
Calle Noruega s/n
Puerto del Carmen
Telephone: +34 928 841 286
Fax: +34 928 515 563
Web site: www.ranchotexaslanzarote.com

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