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Staying in Puerto del Carmen? This book is a great guide to Puerto del Carmen: The Camel Guide to Puerto del Carmen and Tias

Which Lanzarote Resort Should I Stay In?

“I am coming to Lanzarote for the first time – which resort should I stay in?”

This is a question I am asked a lot, each of the three resorts in Lanzarote are very different from each other. It’s hard to know where to start as all the resorts are loved by the full range of visitors from teenagers, families, couples, sports enthusiasts and pensioners.

Puerto del Carmen

This book is a great guide to Puerto del Carmen: The Camel Guide to Puerto del Carmen and Tias

Playa Grande in Puerto del Carmen Puerto del Carmen is Lanzarote’s original resort and closest to Arrecife Airport. What started out life as a small fishing village called La Tiñosa now stretches for 6km along the coast with natural golden sandy beaches.

Puerto del Carmen is probably best known for it’s lively nightlife, just ask for Centro Atlantico which is situated on the main avenida opposite Playa Grande for a plethora of pubs, nightclubs, disco pubs etc.  Don’t let this put you off though, there is much more to this resort than dancing the night away.

You will always find sports enthusiasts swimming, running or cycling along “The Strip”  read more »

AccuWeather, Lanzarote 15 Day Forecast

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Canarias7, Canary Islands Weather Forecast

Live Weather Report, Lanzarote



This live weather report is brought to you by a private weather station situated at La Concha (in between Playa Honda and Arrecife) and courtesy of  Lanzarote Webcam.

Lanzarote Average Annual Weather Charts

Lanzarote has a lovely all year round climate, the temperature chart below shows the average minimum and maximum temperatures for each month, in the coldest months of January and February the temp can drop to 14 degrees over night and up to 22 in the day, in the hottest months July through to September, the evening temperatures are 20 degrees celsius and the daytime an average of 29 but can reach into the 40’s.

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Christmas Programme Tinajo 2014/15

Last but not least, the Ayuntamiento de Tinajo have confirmed their programme of events for Christmas, New Year & Kings in the capital of Lanzarote.


Christmas Programme Tinajo 2014/15

Friday 19th December

12:00 The Mercadillo Navideño (Christmas market) opens in the Plaza de San Roque

17:00 Storytales

20:30 Concert for the Día Internacional de la Infancia with the Municipal Band Peña de San Roque in the Tinajo theatre, entry is a donation of a toy, food or cleaning products  read more »

Autumn 2014 Lanzarote Tourism Figures

Christmas and the end of 2014 is fast approaching, it’s been a good year for Lanzarote and the Canary Islands.

Sun Terrace in Playa Blanca

We are extremely lucky to have very faithful tourists who return to their favourite island year after year. We’ve also benefitted from first time visitors wishing to holiday in a warm destination, without any concerns for their personal safety as in Turkey & Egypt. Thank you to everyone who has visited Lanzarote this year, please come back again soon!

Lanzarote and the Canary Islands had a drop in tourists last month, we just couldn’t beat the fantastic record set during November 2013, apart from this blip, it’s all positive news, here’s our recap over the figures for the last few months.


Lanzarote was down on visitor numbers in November, compared to 2013. The total of foreign passengers amounted to 167,332 during the month, which was 3,819 less than last year. The drop of 2.23% last month hasn’t dented the positive tourism figures for the island which have still increased significantly by 13.83% for the first 11 months of 2014.

The drop in visitors for November was reflected across the Canaries as a whole, which had a  read more »

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