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Frequently Asked Questions About Lanzarote

At the last count Lanzarote offered visitors a choice of over 200 hotels and apartments to suit all tastes and budgets. The leading trade organisation on the island, which represents almost 80% of these establishments, is the Asociación Insular de Empresarios de Hoteles y Apartamentos de Lanzarote,, which is often abbreviated to ASOLAN. As with any holiday, it is certainly worth while checking the location of your chosen accommodation before booking, which hopefully the resort map pages of this site should be helpful. If your chosen accommodation is towards the rear of a resort, it may also be worth checking if they provide a courtesy bus service into the town centre.

Most banks on Lanzarote are open from 9am to 2pm Monday to Friday. Always remember when exchanging any form of money to take along your passport, check the exchange rate before dealing, and collect a receipt before leaving the premises. For those who feel nervous about carrying large sums of money and their passport around together, most hotels will also gladly exchange money at perhaps a slightly lower rate. Most banks also have hole in the wall type cash machines where you can withdraw money using either your credit or debit card. Don't forget that the official currency of Spain is now the Euro.

There is a wide variety of bars throughout all resorts, most of which either offer live music, karaoke, Sky Sports, or videos of films not yet released in the cinema.

A very reliable bus service is operated by the Transporte Interurbano de Lanzarote throughout all of island.

Although there are no official camp sites on Lanzarote, you may however see some locals camping on certain parts of the island during the summer and in order to do so, they have been granted special permission from the local Council/Government. These camps include:

Camping de Papagayo
Camping de Papagayo has a camp site for 2,000 people, this is split 50:50 between tents and caravans.
Camping season: June to September.
For information and application form please contact:
Ayuntamiento de Yaiza
Plaza de los Remedios
Telephone: +34 928 836 220
Fax: +34 928 830 035

Camping de San Juan
Camping de San Juan is situated at Famara, and is a small camp site with a maximum capacity of 100 people.
Camping season: from June to September.
For information and application please contact:
Ayuntamiento de Teguise
Avda. General Franco,1
Telephone: +34 928 845 001

Camping El Salao
Camping El Salao is situated at the La Graciosa inlet and has a camp site for 500 people.
For information and application please contact:
Ayuntamiento de Teguise
Avda. General Franco,1
Telephone: +34 928 845 001

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