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Lanzarote Airport - Directions To Playa Blanca

Exit the airport following the signs out of the car park, and you’ll take the third exit (salida) on the roundabout by the petrol station.  read more »

Is There A Market For An English Language Daily "Newspaper" In Lanzarote?

I was talking to a friend who is a local businessman the other day. He was telling me how frustrated he is that he can’t keep up with local news on the island, and that he gets lost in trying to understand the local Spanish newspapers. He’s convinced there’s a market in Lanzarote for an English language daily newspaper, aimed at English speaking people who live here or own property on the island.


Of course, Lanzarote Information isn’t the place for that. Although we do carry some “News,” our focus is  read more »

5 Star Pre Christmas Break Offer In Lanzarote - 5 Places Only!

We’ve put together an exceptional offer for couples looking for a little 5 star pre-Christmas luxury here in Lanzarote. We only have places for five couples, so book now if it’s for you!

The December weather in Lanzarote is glorious, with daytime temperatures of around 22 to 26 degrees, falling to 16 to 18 at night – you might need a light fleece for late evenings outside. The skies are usually stunning and blue, with almost no cloud and light winds. This is the perfect break to charge your batteries up before Christmas.

Here’s the itinerary

3rd December

Easy  Twingo

Depart London Gatwick for Lanzarote via Easyjet, with speedy boarding and reserved seats and 20KG luggage each. Arrive in Lanzarote at 1155. Collect your pre arranged hire car at the airport – it will be a Renault Twingo with AC and Sat Nav and two drivers are  read more »

First Time Here? How Can We Help?

Welcome to Lanzarote’s biggest and best website!  read more »

Lanzarote News In Brief - Week 31

ASCAV outlines plans to contest new holiday letting law


ASCAV have announced a three step plan to try to get changes to the new letting decree, which became law this week. They are vowing to step up political pressure, to seek a judicial appeal and they have arranged for the case to be presented to the National Commission on Competition and Markets (CNMC) on 7th September.

First phase of Rubicon shopping centre completed


Centre Commercial Rubicon, which is the large shopping centre on the approach road to Marina Rubicon is currently undergoing a major refurbishment, ten years after it opened. The first phase, which includes a 1,000 M2 outdoor plaza, has been completed, and all the work will be finished in  read more »

Beware The Holiday Villa Scam!

We heard a terrible story from a reader this week, and it’s one we’ve come across before.


A family from the UK found a villa on a website where you can book accommodation directly with holiday home owners. They conversed via email, had all their questions answered and paid the £2,000 to book their holiday. They emailed again last week to check the arrangements for collecting their keys, and heard nothing back. Eventually, they decided to telephone the owner, who then told them there had been no booking.  read more »

Arriving At Arrecife Airport, Lanzarote

Here’s what to expect when you arrive at the airport for the first time, and where to go once you’ve collected your luggage.


Approach and Landing

Generally, aircraft land from the ocean, so you’ll fly to the left of Arrecife, then turn and come in right over the beach – sit on the left of the aircraft for the best views. Occasionally, if the wind is “wrong” you’ll come in over the mountains, which is interesting, and you’ll fly over a main road just before touch down!

Most of the time, the aircraft will dock with an airway, but if the airport is really busy, a bus will come out to the apron for the aircraft which have been double parked.

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Passport Control

Have your passport ready as you get off the plane, and you’ll have a short walk through corridors to passport control. It’s not always manned, but if it is, you’ll find the Guardia Civil officer will give a cursory glance at your passport.  read more »

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