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Tías is a town and a municipality in the southern part of the island of Lanzarote, province of Las Palmas, autonomous community of the Canary Islands, Spain. The town Tías is situated 4 km from the south coast and 10 km west of the island capital Arrecife.
Lanzarote's largest tourist resort, Puerto del Carmen, is entirely in the municipality of Tías, and was the location of the first hotels ever built on the island. Other settlements in the municipality are Mácher, La Asomada, Conil, Masdache.
Tías, Las Palmas Wikipedia
The town of Tías is or has been home to:José Saramago († 2010), Portuguese writer, playwright and journalist, Nobel Prize for Literature 1998
Alberto Vazquez-Figueroa, Spanish writer and novelist
Helen Lindes, Spanish model, Miss Spain 2000 and runner-up to Miss Universe 2000
Guillermina Fernández Díaz, born June 1902, the oldest Canary Island resident
Azinhaga, Portugal (birthplace of José Saramago)