English Cinema in Lanzarote, 5th December 2016

Next week there is only one movie in English next and it will be shown only on Monday at Multicines Atlántida in Arrecife at 20:00h, the newly introduced "Wild Oats". 

Eva (played by Shirley MacLaine) is a retired woman who after becoming a widow receives a life insurance check made out  by mistake for $5,000,000 instead of the expected $50.000.  read more »

Brief News From Lanzarote - Week 48, 2017

Teguise Food Festival A Success


Last weekend’s gastronomic food festival in Teguise attracted around 20,000 people, who enjoyed 120,000 tastings, about 25,000 more than last year. The festival this year was dedicated to the sea and sustainable gastronomy. This year’s was the sixth running of the event.  read more »

Hotel Fariones Closing On Monday For Refurbishment

Vegan Restaurants in Lanzarote

We’ve noticed a steady increase in the number of places in Lanzarote, now catering to the Vegan food market. 


Here’s where you can currently dine out on Vegan food across the island, which we’ve listed in alphabetical order:

Blooming Cactus

Vegetarian and vegan friendly restaurant in the old harbour area of Puerto del Carmen (Calle Teide 35). Tel: 608 29 38 73

Dolmen Sardinian

Vegan options available at this restaurant by Playa Bastian in Costa Teguise (Calle la Rosa). Tel: 622 63 36 43  read more »

The Truth About The Lanzarote Dolphins At Rancho Texas

Unfortunately, there has been a real lack of information about the new dolphinarium at Rancho Texas since the work there was approved some time ago. As often happens, this has lead to much speculation, and many incorrect stories being cast around by uninformed people.

Dolphins Lanzarote

We haven’t commented until now, because we were keen to understand the full facts, and we present them here, without bias, so that readers can make up their own minds.  read more »

Ten Reasons To Have A Winter Holiday In Lanzarote

We’re not really a seasonal destination, but it is true that most people choose to come here in the summer months, so we thought we’d share some reasons to book a winter holiday in Lanzarote, for those of you who might not have considered one previously. We’ve just returned to Lanzarote from a few days in the UK, and trust me when I tell you it was great to be home!

January  read more »

The Weather

Christmas & New Year in Lanzarote 2016 - 2017

Our guide to enjoying Christmas, New Year and Reyes (Kings) in Lanzarote, Canary Islands.

Lanza Info Xmas

We’ll keep this page updated with festive events as they are announced. If you’re looking for restaurant menus, please visit our Facebook album where we will load details of local establishments advertising a special menu for Christmas & New Year’s Eve.

For non festive events during December, please visit our usual what’s on page 

This guide will be updated daily throughout the month of December as new events and festive programmes from the councils and shopping centres are confirmed.  read more »

Jobs in Lanzarote, Advisors

Suncare Central in Playa Blanca, have positions available in Lanzarote.

Lanzarote Jobs

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CD Santa Ursula 1 UD Lanzarote 1

The Rojillos remain unbeaten away from home and remain in 10th spot though they have closed the gap to the playoff positions to just two points.

Team photo santa ursula

The game in Tenerife was littered with yellow cards as well as three red which prevented the flow of the match.The first opportunity fell to Lanzarote with striker Quintero forcing a good save from the Santa Úrsula keeper.

In the 24th minute the home side were awarded a free kick on the edge of the box. On the first attempt the Ref booked Miguel for blocking the free kick as the official believed that the Lanzarote left back moved before the whistle. On the second attempt the Tenerife defender made no mistake when he placed his left foot strike into the top right hand corner with the ball hitting the underside of the bar leaving Rojillos keeper Agoney no chance and giving his side a 1-0 lead.  read more »

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