Yoga for Surfers, an interview with Bellatrix van Wingerden

Yoga For Surfers Bellatrix van Wingerden, or Bella, has been a friend of the Braddocks for many years, ever since she first came on a windsurfing holiday to Lanzarote. An experienced and talented yoga teacher, Bella published her first book this year, Yoga for Surfers, combining her two passions. We asked her what inspired her … Read more

The alternative guide to César Manrique’s Lanzarote

Photo credit Anyone who has visited Lanzarote can’t have failed to encounter the legacy of artist and architect César Manrique Whether you’ve set out to visit one of his astonishing art and culture centres or simply appreciated the lack of over-development and attractive, white-washed buildings, we owe a lot to the island’s most famous … Read more

Breathe into the Unconscious, an Interview with Anthony Mullally

The best friendships and collaborations are often born from happenstance. This was the case with Tila’s chance encounter with professional rugby player, Anthony Mullally during a visit to Newquay in the UK. They immediately found common ground, and Tila invited the “Vegan Warrior” out to Lanzarote to recce for a retreat.  Alongside his successful rugby … Read more


Finca de Arrieta has an abundance of communal space, landscaped outside areas and sheltered areas – all created with your relaxation and tranquility in mind. From pools to children’s play areas, daybeds to outdoor footie pitch, farm areas, you name it …. diversity and beauty abound all in perfect harmony with the stunning environment around … Read more


We were very happy to be invited to participate in Expo Energia 2018, which took place in Lanzarote at the end of last month. Expo Energia, champions programmes and initaitives for Renewable Energies (VUER), organised by the Cabildo de Lanzarote, managed by the Chamber of Commerce, with the collaboration of the Government of the Canary Islands. … Read more


  “Water is critical for sustainable development, including environmental integrity and the alleviation of poverty and hunger, and is indispensable for human health and well-being”. United Nations So yes this is a major post about our water supply – the story of our own water desalination process fully run on solar power. Don’t let that put … Read more


  November 2017, with a select group of guests and friends we fulfilled one from the bucket list! Over 6 glorious days we walked our island from North to South (yes 6 days, it is not an extreme endurance event, we took the time to enjoy it!). In partnership with Blackstone Treks & Tours we … Read more