Lanzarote Walks - Famara

If you're a fan of hiking, and you fancy a change from the many volcanic trails of the island, pack your rucksack and head to Famara. Better known for its beach, surfing and kite-surfing, a number of trails lead out from this little hippy town.


Head south (with the sea on your right hand side), keeping close to the shore, and you'll find a sandy trail that takes you approximately twelve very quiet kilometres to the tiny village of Caleta de Caballo. The terrain is slightly undulating with no real difficulties, and the sound of the waves will be your constant, and probably only, companion. Along the way are numerous branches in the path leading inland and eventually back to the main road (turn left and follow down hill to Famara). Be sure to take plenty of water, snacks and sun cream however as there is nowhere to refuel along the way. Caleta de Caballo has no shops or amenities of any kind (earning itself the nickname 'Ghost Town') however, only a few hundred metres beyond is  read more »

Candlelit Classical Concert 25th July 2015

A candlelit open air classical concert will be held at Charco de San Ginés in the capital of Lanzarote on Saturday 25th July at 22:00. cartelconciertoenvela_2015

Performed by Orquesta Clásica de Lanzarote, a previous concert of this kind was very well attended by both residents and tourists.

The theme of this particular concert is in honour of seamen with historical scene from Lanzarote. It’s 1762 and two British privateers Lord Anson & Hawke have attacked the port in Arrecife with a hundred men. The island fights back against the pirates with the cannons from San Gabriel Castle. Lord Anson is shot and killed by Lieutenant Colonel Carlos Monfort which causes the pirates to withdraw.

Homenaje al Hombre del mar Concert Programme

1.- La Hazaña de Teniente Coronel Monfort
Compositor: Ayoze Rodríguez. Solistas: Orquesta, Trompetas y Coro  read more »

IV Slalom Tinajo

The 4th edition of the Slalom Tinajo takes place this Saturday in Lanzarote.

IV Slalom Tinajo

Twenty two teams have registered to take part in the regional championship motor racing event in Tinajo this weekend. The pre race vehicle inspection will be held from 10:00 to 11:30 in La Santa before the published list of authorised drivers is released before race start at midday.  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 »

Jobs in Lanzarote, Chef

A restaurant in Puerto del Carmen currently have a vacancy for a Chef.

Lanzarote Jobs

The Spinnaker Bar & Restaurant in Centro Comercial Puerto Cinco on Calle Anzuelo in Puerto Del Carmen, are looking to hire an experienced Chef.  read more »

Jobs in Lanzarote, Maintenance Person

There is a job vacancy for a maintenance position at a properties services company in Lanzarote.

Lanzarote Jobs

The duties will include:

- Cleaning and Servicing of Pools, Hot Tubs.

- Cleaning of exterior spaces.

- Basic Villa Maintenance.

The requirements are:

- Must have held a driving license for more than 12 months.

- Be available to work flexible days min 40/50 hrs/wk.

- Be available for out of hours call out, at overtime rate

The ideal applicant would speak English and at least some basic Spanish.  read more »

Whats on in Lanzarote: October 2015

3rd October: XXIII Travesía a Nado El Rio


The annual swim from Lanzarote to La Graciosa is on Saturday 3rd October 2015. Registration has closed with 700 swimmers already registered.

3rd October: Concierto de La Cueva


Lanzarote’s classical orchestra will be performing in the Cueva de Los Verdes on Saturday 3rd October at 21:00. Tickets €20. More info: cueva-de-los-verdes-concerts-2015  read more »

Lanzarote News Snippets - Week 30

Scuba Diving Centres Inspected


Guardia Civil carried out 14 inspection visits on dive centres in Lanzarote, Gran Canaria and Fuerteventura. Overall, they issued 28 complaints, 12 in Lanzarote, for various offences. One dive centre in Yaiza and one in Costa Teguise had their compressors sealed, as they didn’t have the relevant certification.  read more »

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