Detained for stealing 200 kilos of sea bass

The Arrecife Local Police have announced that they have detained two individuals who are said to have stolen 200 kilos of fish from the Playa Quemada fish farms.

Gastronomic Guide

The Arrecife Ayuntamiento have published the “Gastronomic Guide of Arrecife”, a 76-page book that explores the gastronomic history of the capital and lists some of its most well-known restaurants.

Speed Painting Contest winner

Francisco Javier Navarro Medina has been awarded with first place and a cheque for €800 in the second edition of Arrecife’s Speed Painting contest.

PSOE denounces Pérez’s spending

The PSOE has denounced that the Arrecife Mayor spent “1.1 million euros” on the recent San Ginés fiestas while paying less attention to other aspects of Arrecife such as budgeting for “infrastructures, the elderly and many other needs.”.

San Ginés accused of criminal association

Pedro San Ginés, the ex-President of the Cabildo, has been accused of “belonging to a criminal organisation”.

Give us a kiss!

What's got gigantic yellow eyes, huge red lips and has just won Arrecife's Tourism Award for 2022?

Adislan strike

Workers at Adislan, the day centre for people with special needs, have announced indfefinite strike action starting from October 3 in protest at the continued failure of the Cabildo to pay funds that would guarantee their wages.

Arrecife comes alive

Lanzarote’s biggest and best free music festival, Arrecife En Vivo returned triumphantly last night after three years of absence, ramming the capital’s seafront with revellers who enjoyed performances by four bands in four different locations

Two new buses unveiled

Two new buses were presented in Arrecife on Thursday.

Arrecife En Vivo kicks off

Arrecife will celebrate its most popular free music festival tonight and on the next three Fridays, as Arrecife En Vivo returns after three years of Covid-enforced absence.