Rallye de Tierra Isla de los Volcanes 2015

The XVIII Rally de Tierra Isla de Los Volcanes will be held in Lanzarote on Saturday 19th September.


This motor racing event will start with the verification on Friday 18th September at Plaza Varadero in the harbour of Puerto del Carmen. The cars will be inspected from 18:30 to 22:00 with a list of authorised vehicles produced at 22:30.  read more »

UD Lanzarote 2 Villa Santa Brigida 2

Last season this game ended in a spectacular 4-4 draw and from the opening minute it looked as though we were in for another wonder match. The first half was superb but with the temperature in the 30´s the game inevitably slowed but was still highly competitive till the end.


The Gran Canarian outfit who were for many years a regular in Segunda B (League 1) alongside Lanzarote were paying absolutely no respect for Lanzarote´s 22 match unbeaten home run and were threatening on the counter attack.

In the 11th min striker Santi broke through the centre of the Rojillo defence and it was a race between the striker and the Lanzarote keeper Agoney to who would get their first.  There was contact, absolutely no doubt about that but Lanzarote did argue that Agoney did touch the ball. The end result was a penalty for the visitors but just a yellow card for Agoney. Nobody argued from either side but had this been a poorer Ref it could have been a sending off the Lanzarote keeper. Great decision Ref.

Defender Carreño fired with precision to give his side the early 0-1 advantage. This goal sparked Lanzarote into action and produced a first half which easily matched last season’s incredible game. Marcos Cabrera, Vladi and Brad began to stamp their authority in midfield whilst Rosmen showed what a great target man he is and for a big lad he is wonderful with his control and has unexpected quick feet.

In the 19th minute Toñito had a good effort blocked but just three minutes later Lanzarote were level. A free kick from the right was whipped in by  read more »

Puerto Calero's Big Sport Fishing Competition - Tono's Story

We have a huge sport fishing competition every year here in Lanzarote, called Concurso de Pesca Altura, and it is based at the marina in Puerto Calero. It’s known unofficially as The Marlin cup. Last year we were delighted when our friend Paul, who runs Lanzarote Fishing, and his boat Tono, won the trophy.


Earlier this year, Tono was almost destroyed in a fire (all the crew members were safely rescued,) and nobody knew if she could be repaired in time to defend her title. Paul, his crew and their friend Kenny worked tirelessly to bring Tono back from the ashes, and the boat proudly motored out  read more »

Volcanitos Rugby - Busy Season Ahead

Colin Hughes and coaches Nigel Nevitt and Iain Irving have contacted us to let us know that Lanzarote’s rugby club has a big season coming up.


There are around 12 games scheduled against other islands, and some members of the club may get the chance to compete on the peninsular as part of a Canary Islands team.

Boy and girls from 17 down to 10 years of age are welcome, and the first training session of the season is  read more »

UD Lanzarote Fixtures 2015/16

The first game of the season kicked off yesterday in Lanzarote.

UD Lanzarote Squad 2015-16

If you enjoy football, visitors are very welcome to watch the home games in Arrecife and entry is cheap at €5 per adult €3 per pensioner and free to children under 15 years old.

The Ciudad Deportiva stadium is situated next door to the Estación de Guaguas (bus station) on the Vía Medular in Arrecife, so it’s really easy to hop on a local bus to enjoy a game.

For residents, the season tickets are priced at €50 for adults, €25 for pensioners and children aged under 15 years old free. You can buy season tickets from Ian at the UD Lanzarote market stall in Puerto del Carmen on Friday and Teguise on Sunday. It’s also possible for someone else to use your season ticket if you have to miss a game, so support the club and enjoy the matches for just €2.60 a home game.

Fixture calendar for UD Lanzarote during 2015/2016

August 2015

23/08/15 UD Lanzarote  v  Real Sporting San José  read more »

Teguise Ayuntamiento Golf Tournament

Registration closes tomorrow for the XI Torneo Ayuntamiento Teguise golf competition at the course in Costa Teguise.


The XI Torneo Ayuntamiento Teguise will be held at Costa Teguise Golf on Saturday 8th August. The entry fee is €10 for members and €45 for non members which includes the tournament fee, picnic and cocktail at the awards ceremony.

The mode is Stableford Individual with prizes for  read more »

Try Snorkelling In Lanzarote

There’s a whole world under the sea that opens up when you try snorkelling, and you can do it at any of the beaches in Puerto del Carmen, Costa Teguise and Playa Blanca. We have plenty to see, and very few species you’d want to avoid!

The Kit


All you need is some good fins, a quality mask and a snorkel. Invest in decent gear, because whilst you can buy cheapie stuff, the masks leak, and the fins are often too small and floppy to get decent drive in the water. Go for a mask with a silicon, rather than rubber seal. To check the fit put it on your face, without the strap and “suck.” The mask should stay in place. Go for a long snorkel, so that waves lapping don’t enter the tube, and the fins should be stiff and fit the feet well. The longer the fins, the faster you’ll move, but also remember they need more work, so you will  read more »

Surfing In Lanzarote

So last weekend saw the return of the annual ´fiesta´ to La Santa. A celebration of the Virgen del Carmen fills this normally quiet little village with people, cars, hot dog stalls and loud music. It looks like they're all having a great time, but for those of us who enjoy the calm refuge of our own homes, and the possibility of sleep before 4am, it's a bit much! I might feel differently if it was live rock music, but I'm afraid that the playlist just wasn't my cup of tea. This year, we managed to escape and spend the nights well out of earshot. These two nights in July are the only two nights of the year when I don't appreciate living in La Santa, but it's a small price to pay.


Being less of a night owl, and more of an early bird, I seek out my fun during the daylight hours.  read more »


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