Lanzarote Nightlife, 6th to 9th October 2011

The weekly nightlife guide as to what’s on in the pubs, clubs and other events this weekend across Lanzarote.

Playa Blanca:

Flamenco La Terracita every Saturday

Venue: La Terracita, Calle  Limones, Playa Blanca, Lanzarote

Date: Saturday 8th October 2011

Time: 20:00 – 23:00

Details: Flamenco en Vivo, typical tapas with live flamenco music.

Legends Oscar Night

Venue: Legends Bar,  read more »

Lanzarote Football, Villa Santa Brígada 1 Lanzarote 0

2nd October 2011

Two successive away matches and two successive defeats. Things are not going to plan for one of the favourites to challenge for the league title. Not only was it the worst performance of the season against a side without a win but the Rojillos ended the match with only nine players following two red cards.

021011 UD Lanzarote

The majority of the first half was played in midfield with neither side wanting to commit players forward which resulted in both teams sitting back and defending. All this changed in the final minute of the half  read more »

Road Closures For Ocean Lava

ocean_lava_cartelPlease note the following for traffic in Puerto del Carmen during the Ocean Lava Lanzarote Triathlon event this weekend.

Thursday 6th October

The section of the Avenida de Las Playas between Calle Doramas and Calle Guanapay will be closed to traffic.

NB, this stretch will be open to vehicles for public service (buses / taxes etc)

Friday 7th October

From 13:00 to  read more »

University Campus For Lanzarote

There was a meeting yesterday at the Cabildo of Lanzarote with the Canarian Government to  progress the project to provide a University Campus in Lanzarote.


Mario Pérez, the Deputy Minister of Regional Policy for the Canarian Government and Francisco Cabrera the Minister of Education and Culture from the Cabildo attended the meeting as well as various representatives from the different councils in Lanzarote.

In a plenary session on the 28th July 2011 the  read more »

What Was The Algae?

The algae that was discovered on the coast of Lanzarote during Sunday has been identified as Trichodesmium or sea sawdust as its commonly known.

trichodesmium  read more »

Staying In Touch After A Move To Lanzarote

We have rather a lot of visitors since we moved permanently to Lanzarote. Not much of a surprise really as we knew people would want to come and visit us and have a holiday here. I have found it really interesting to spend longer quality time with friends and family in a relaxed setting. We get to see them for a week or fortnight (or longer) rather than just a quick visit as we did in the UK when we were working. In the meantime, there are lots of different ways to stay in touch with family and friends and what is going on in the UK.

Landline phone

The method we use least is phone calls. We have phones but  read more »

Cruise Season Begins In Lanzarote

Lanzarote has only received a handful of cruise ships during the summer months, this should all change during October with the arrival of up to 23,000 cruise passengers in the month.

Independence of the Seas

On Friday three cruise ships will dock in Puerto de Los Mármoles, the Aida Sol which can accommodate up to 2,200 passengers as well as the Braemar and Albatross who carry 750 and 900 passengers respectively. Adventure of the Seas returns  read more »

Cantina Classic, 14th October 2011

Enjoy an evening of classical music at La Cantina & Secret Garden in La Villa de Teguise whilst supporting two local animal charities.


The Cantina Classic will be held on Friday 14th October at 7pm and includes a classical piano concert performed by Yasuyo Tsuchiya and Stuart Forster on two pianos with an after performance party.

Benn and Zoe the proprietors of  read more »

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