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A BIT SPECIAL

This month we celebrate Tías, the town we like so much we made it our home.

People come up to our office in Tías every week, for all sorts of reasons, and over the years we’ve noticed one thing – they like it up here. We’ll often see them in a bar or restaurant afterwards, or maybe just taking a wander. There are few tourist attractions, but what there is, is lovely.

Tourist publicity often focuses on volcano tours, excursions, art, history, and exciting activities, but what it rarely mentions is that agreeable atmosphere in Lanzarote’s smaller towns and villages. There are so many places here where it’s a sheer pleasure to just be, with no hurry, and nothing urgent to do except soak up that sunny, relaxed atmosphere.

But when you talk to people who’ve moved here, that style of living is often one of the main reasons they made the decision. And it’s why everyday you’ll see Brits, Irish, Germans, Italians and more in those cafés, shopping, waiting at the school gates and living their lives in a great little town.

Tías is no secret, but everyone who’s discovered it thinks they’ve found something a bit special, and we hope more and more people get up that hill in the future.

Next month we’ll focus on the resort of Costa Teguise. If you’d like to be a part of this special feature, get in touch.

September is one of the most glorious months to be on Lanzarote. It’s also among the busiest, as everything starts to get back into gear after the summer holidays. Kids head back to school, the summer fiestas wind down, plans start to take shape, and everything gets a little bit more business-like.

We’re getting down to business, too. From this month we’ll be offering fast, accurate translation, design and copywriting services – something we’ve been doing in the magazine for years. Every week we see ads, web pages and communications that are spoilt by faulty translation or lazy design – some may need a full make over, others just an expert once-over, but we can help. It’s what we do.

Enjoy September – we certainly will.

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Gazette Life September 2022

September 2022 Edition

click on the image above or download the PDF

Editor’s Letter

A BIT SPECIAL

This month we celebrate Tías, the town we like so much we made it our home.

People come up to our office in Tías every week, for all sorts of reasons, and over the years we’ve noticed one thing – they like it up here. We’ll often see them in a bar or restaurant afterwards, or maybe just taking a wander. There are few tourist attractions, but what there is, is lovely.

Tourist publicity often focuses on volcano tours, excursions, art, history, and exciting activities, but what it rarely mentions is that agreeable atmosphere in Lanzarote’s smaller towns and villages. There are so many places here where it’s a sheer pleasure to just be, with no hurry, and nothing urgent to do except soak up that sunny, relaxed atmosphere.

But when you talk to people who’ve moved here, that style of living is often one of the main reasons they made the decision. And it’s why everyday you’ll see Brits, Irish, Germans, Italians and more in those cafés, shopping, waiting at the school gates and living their lives in a great little town.

Tías is no secret, but everyone who’s discovered it thinks they’ve found something a bit special, and we hope more and more people get up that hill in the future.

Next month we’ll focus on the resort of Costa Teguise. If you’d like to be a part of this special feature, get in touch.

September is one of the most glorious months to be on Lanzarote. It’s also among the busiest, as everything starts to get back into gear after the summer holidays. Kids head back to school, the summer fiestas wind down, plans start to take shape, and everything gets a little bit more business-like.

We’re getting down to business, too. From this month we’ll be offering fast, accurate translation, design and copywriting services – something we’ve been doing in the magazine for years. Every week we see ads, web pages and communications that are spoilt by faulty translation or lazy design – some may need a full make over, others just an expert once-over, but we can help. It’s what we do.

Enjoy September – we certainly will.

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