Lanzarote News In Brief - Week Seventeen

Three Detained For Forged Documents Boarding Flight To UK


Two men and a women were detained at Lanzarote Airport after Police became suspicious about their Italian identity documents. Searching their belongings, they found Albanian passports for each, and they were arrested.    read more »

Lanzarote News In Brief - Week Sixteen 2016

Tourist Death In Famara

Famara  read more »

Testimonials For Stuart Downing's Hypnotherapy Work

We wrote about Stuart offering his hypnotherapy services on the island last month, and you can read more here.

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We’ve had two interesting testimonials in from clients he has treated.  read more »

Lanzarote News In Brief - Week 15 2016

Use Caution To Avoid Thefts From Your Holiday Home



Reader Benno warned us about the MO of a group of thieves in Playa Blanca, who have been watching as tourists arrived at the holiday homes, dumping their cases and then heading out to get some shopping. At that point the thieves move in and take what they want.

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Lanzarote Arrivals & Occupancy Figures February 2016

Lanzarote and the Canary Islands continue to prove to be a popular destination for tourists seeking winter sun.

Timanfaya National Park


Lanzarote received 185,281 foreign passengers in February, which reflects an increase of 8.91% on February 2015. In overall terms of passenger numbers, Lanzarote airport received 489,032 passengers during the month of February 2016, this figure includes domestic arrivals, as well as foreign passengers and reflects a 10.6% increase on the same period in 2015.

Canary Islands

The Canaries as a whole received 1,134,135 foreign passengers during February 2016, which was an 11.87% increase or  read more »

CACT Present Two New Projects

The Centres of Art, Culture and Tourism in Lanzarote have announced plans to update the facilities at the MIAC-Castillo San José and La Casa de los Volcanes at the Jameos del Agua.

MIAC-Castillo San José


The San José castle situated in Arrecife is home to the International Museum of Contemporary Art, the aim for this project was to provide a modern museum and exhibition space, improve accessibility, whilst preserving the heritage of the building.  read more »

Lanzarote News In Brief - Week 13 2016

Lanzarote Wines Win Medals

Vines  read more »

Shock! Horror! Daily Mail Article Gets Facts Wrong!


Everybody who loves Lanzarote seems to have been upset by the typically poorly researched article that appeared in the Daily Mail recently. We thought we’d pick them up on a few of the many errors in their report.


Crowded beach on Lanzarote


“If you like chavs with lots of tattoos eating c****y food, this is the place for you’


Sadly, there is some truth in this. We do get a few chavs with lots of tattoos here. Its the reason some shops still stock The Daily Mail here on the island. The upside is they only come once.  read more »


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