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Lanzarote Airport renovations start

Renovations of Terminal 1 of the César Manrique Airport will take place over the next 12 months.

Lanzarote’s St. Patrick’s Day events 2024

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St. Patrick's Day on Lanzarote is more than just a terrific afternoon. The atmosphere lasts all week, with many tourists heading over especially for the week leading up to the Saint's Day. Here’s what’s happening on the island for St. Patrick’s Day.

Lanzarote hotels increase income by 21%

Lanzarote’s 78 hotels earned almost 65 million euros in January this year, 21% more than in January 2023 according to Lanzarote’s Data Centre.

Cabildo oppose migrant centre

Lanzarote's Cabildo yesterday approved a motion opposing the establishment of a “macrocentre” for newly-arrived immigrants in Gúime or any other part of Lanzarote.

Lanzarote restaurants nominated in Qué Bueno Canarias awards

A number of restaurants from Lanzarote have been nominated in this year’s edition of Qué Bueno Canarias’ restaurant awards. The winners will be announced on March 11th, are any of your favourite restaurants nominated?

Yellow coastal alert extended

Spain’s meteorological agency (AEMET) will extend the yellow coastal warning to this Sunday.

Average tourist spend increased just 4%

The amount of money each tourist spends on average while on Lanzarote increased by just 4% last year, according to a new survey from the Canarian Institute of Statistics.

Yellow coastal alert this Saturday

Spain’s meteorological agency (AEMET) will activate a yellow coastal warning this Saturday.

71-year-old woman rescued at Las Grietas

A 71-year-old British woman was rescued from Las Grietas yesterday after falling and twisting her ankle.

César Manrique Foundation opposes building plans

The César Manrique Foundation has released a video protesting against Canarian Government plans to reclassify rural land to build social housing.