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Just wanted to say we have had the most amazing week at Villa Su Casa. Thank you for everything, especially to Diana who was extremely helpful and went out of her way to make sure everything was fine upon our arrival. We definitely recommend Optima Villas, great service and super competitive pricing.
We will definitely use your company in future.
Thanks again for everything!
Jonathon - Villa Su Casa

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UK Workforce: Productivity Data Breakdown


At Optima Villas, we wanted to know whether Brits think their holiday allowance at work is acceptable and learn more about what would make them more professionally productive - so we conducted an online survey to find out. [...] read more >>

Christmas on Lanzarote


What can you expect in the way of Christmas celebrations on Lanzarote? While the annual midwinter festival is not as commercial as in many northern European countries, it is still a big deal for Canarians. As a Catholic country, much of the traditional celebrations revolve around midnight mass for the older generation. [...] read more >>

Flower Power


Over the winter months, Lanzarote is a great place to visit if you want to see some floral colour. As the year round Spring like climate ensures that even in the depths of winter there are plenty of plants in flower and most of the trees remain green. Most people can now readily identify bougainvillea, the incredible climber with papery blooms that come in a range of hot, tropical colours, such as magenta, sunset orange and hot pink. [...] read more >>

Winter Weather


Whilst regular visitors know all about Lanzarote´s amazing climate during the winter months it often comes as a shock to many fist time visitors to find that they can enjoy long lazy sun drenched days by the pool or on the beach even during December and January. [...] read more >>

Small Wonders


Tourists staying on the island are in for a tasty treat this weekend as Lanzarote’s 5th annual Tapas Festival is taking place in the resort of Puerto del Carmen. Featuring some creative cooking with local produce by a whole raft of top local chef’s and restaurants as well as a fine array of local wines. All of which can be enjoyed in a real festival atmosphere in the Old Town harbour area of the resort. [...] read more >>

Let Us Rock


If you are visiting Lanzarote over the coming month and you’re a fan of live music then you’re in for a real treat, as the unique music festival Arrecife En Vivo gets underway this week, delivering a whole heap of great young acts from around Europe as well as a walking tour of the island’s capital city. Arrecife En Vivo has been running on Lanzarote for four years now and unlike most live gigs which take place at just one venue, this series of events are staged in different places around the city over the course of just one night. [...] read more >>

Walk On


Tourists staying in one of our villas in Playa Blanca over the next week or so have the chance to take part in one of Lanzarote’s largest annual festivals this coming weekend, as the annual pilgrimage to the small village of Mancha Blanca takes place this coming Saturday, drawing in tens of thousands of locals. [...] read more >>

Pilot Plight


There were some dramatic scenes along the shoreline in Playa Blanca recently as a 20 strong pod of pilot whales attempted to beach themselves just off the coast at Los Colorados. Resulting in tourists and locals joining together to create a human chain that eventually helped to force the confused ceteceans back out into the open waters of the Atlantic. This type of self imposed stranding is particularly common amongst pilot whales, although the scientific community remains divided as to just why this strange phenomenon occurs. [...] read more >>

September Sales


Whilst summer is slowly turning into Autumn in the UK September remains one of the best months of the year to visit Lanzarote. As the heat and high winds of August dissipate, the tourist crowds thin out a little and the sea still remains comfortably warm. Many locals and regular visitors to the island mark September out as their favourite time of the year. The main reason is that the Trade Winds, which blow across the island from April to August, finally die away. Leaving calm seas for bathing and more bearable temperatures for enjoying regular visits to the beach. [...] read more >>

Reef Brief


The much awaited opening of the Atlantic Museum off the coast of Playa Blanca next year is sure to provide a major boost to the resort and will provide visitors with a great new atttraction to explore. As the life like, submerged sculptures of the Museum's creator Jason deCaires Taylor will provide an amazing under sea environment for snorkellers and divers. [...] read more >>

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