Lanzarote Markets

There are several open-air flea markets (where you can buy crafts, souvenirs and fakes) and several agricultural markets on the island where you can buy local farm produce. Teguise MarketLocation: Teguise (throughout the village centre)The Island’s biggest and oldest open-air … Continued

Lanzarote Shopping

Lanzarote and the rest of the Canary Islands enjoy a special Duty Free Tax status.Cigarettes, Alcohol, Perfumes and Petrol are much cheaper than in Mainland Spain and the rest of the EU.These duty free goods are usually much cheaper in … Continued

Lanzarote Nightlife

While Lanzarote is not nearly as boisterous as Tenerife or some of the Balearic Islands, there is still plenty of Nightlife to suit most tastes. Puerto del CarmenPuerto del Carmen has Lanzarote’s busiest nightlife, with plenty of live music and … Continued

Lanzarote Sailing

The Canary Islands, because of the trade winds, were the historic stopover point for transatlantic voyages – Columbus himself stopped off in The Canary Islands on his way to discovering America. Today, many sailors stop off in Puerto Calero in … Continued

Lanzarote Fishing

Lanzarote and its surrounding islands offer fantastic game fishing for Marlin, Tuna, Dorado, Bonito, Sting Ray and Wahoo as well as Sharks such as Blue, Mako, Angel and Hammerhead. While Bottom-fishing is possible all year round for many Canarian species, … Continued


Lanzarote with its location in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean is a perfect setting for windsurfing lovers. From April to September the North East trade winds blow regularly from 4 to 6 Bft while during the winter, the wind … Continued