News

Easter bus strike

Two unions representing bus drivers and other staff of Lanzarote's Intercity Bus company have announced a strike that will start on the 3rd April.

Abandoned boats removed

The Lanzarote Cabildo have removed the remaining abandoned boats along the coasts of the municipalities of Teguise and Haría.

Multiple rubbish bin fires

The emergency services were called to more rubbish bin fires last night, on Calle Iguazú in Arrecife.

More Guardia Civil in Yaiza

The Mayor of Yaiza, Óscar Noda, has called for an increase in Guardia Civil to reflect the increase in population, especially in Playa Blanca.

Accident causes delays

An accident on the southbound lanes of the LZ-2 road near the airport caused long tailbacks and delays at lunchtime yesterday.

Commerce chief “saddened” by controversy

José Valle, head of Lanzarote's Chamber of Commerce, has said he is “saddened” about the recent controversy following the misrepresentation of the Cabildo President's statements on tourism.

Brand new rental bikes

If you’re a keen cyclist and love exploring the island, you’ll be happy to hear that the team at Bike Sensations have just added 33 brand new road bikes to their stock.

Lanzarote to host World Meteorological Day

Cabildo President, María Dolores Corujo, has announced that Lanzarote will host a commemorative event on Thursday March 23rd, for World Meteorological Day.

Brits remain largest foreign community

Britons, Colombians, Italians and Moroccans are the largest foreign communities on Lanzarote, according to recent figures from the Cabildo of Lanzarote's Data Centre.

Casa de los Volcanes re-opens

The new Casa de Volcanes at Jameos del Agua opened yesterday, bringing an exciting new attraction to Lanzarote's network of tourist centres.