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going to Lanzarote on the 4th March for 2 weeks, with a one year old baby, any tips ?

Asked by: 16th February 2012

We are going to lanzarote on the 4th March for two weeks, with our one year old.  What is it like in bars and restaurants do children get in? 

what is good to do with a baby?  Its out first holiday as a family and looking to have great fun, but I am worried about what to do in the evenings, I dont want to be stuck in our hotel room. 





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  1. David myers on Feb 16, 2012

    I have taken my 2 sons to Lanzarote when they were very young and being honest i have had the best hols of all compared to the other places i have been, the locals love and welcome children of all ages and i have never been turned away, you will find plenty to do

  2. Mr.c on Feb 16, 2012

    I agree with David, weve been bringing two kids here since they were 4 months old. Eating out is a breeze, the locals love kids and the restaurants are so accomodating you wouldnt believe it compared to the uk. Almost everywhere does kids meals and there are high chairs aplenty. Hoping you dont need to use them but the medical facilities are out of this world too. Dont hide away in the hotel, Lanzarote is one of the most child friendly places we have ever been to. Wishing you a lovely hols.

  3. Colleen on Feb 17, 2012

    thankyou thats great to hear, I was begining to get worried! x

  4. Colleen on Feb 17, 2012

    When you go out, ie for a walk, are you allowed to bring children in to bars/restaurants even if you are not eating ie just wanted a juice/coffee/afternoon beer I know a lot of the bars/restaurants here you need to be eating to bring children in to them! Britian is sooo unaccomodating for Children!

  5. Rachel on Feb 17, 2012

    We’re off on the 8th for our 4th visit since our little bit was born (he’s 20 months now) so that must show we’ve had fab family holidays there as we can’t wait for each trip back!

    Most of the restaurants are very child friendly, in fact all really – I had one poor experience in Emma’s cantina in PDC but that’s been the only one. The local kids stay up much later than in the uk so we joined in and usually in the evenings walked along the sea front, had ice-cream in a cafe, played with other tinies on playgrounds…many people there take their little ones into family friendly bars, and whilst that’s not my thing it’s certainly not uncommon. If you’re in PDC there is a soft play type place in the biosphera centre. After our first visit we started staying in playa blanca and there are a couple of play areas near the centre!

    Have fun and We might see you there!