Garden safety

Scorching sunshine, spikes, blistering sap and sharp edges, gardening on Lanzarote can sometimes resemble an extreme sport. Here’s how to stay safe out there...

Manrique’s Fish

Among César Manrique’s most popular works are the series of fish he created in the mid80s, a project that reflected a lifelong fascination with the marine world.

Let there be light!

As the nights gradually draw in on Lanzarote and the clocks go back at the end of this month, it may be time to rethink your lighting.

Sofa, so good

Sofas, settees, couches... they’re all the same thing, but the idea behind them has always been changing gradually, and it still is.

Hang it up

What to hang on a white Lanzarote wall? The answer is: pretty much anything you like.

After the pandemic

We were all forced to stay at home for weeks during the pandemic, but two years on, how did that confinement affect the way we see our living space?

Squatters: The Loophole

Erardo Ferrer, of Lanzarote Abogados, talks about a ruling that can protect many home owners from the threat of squatters.

The parent trap

Only 16% of Spanish young people under the age of 30 live independently of their parents, it was announced last month by Spain’s Emancipation Observatory.

Second-hand buyers win right to claim

A Spanish Supreme Court ruling in a case in Las Palmas has opened the way for purchasers of second-hand properties to claim compensation for faults against promoters.

Blow for Modelo 720

The collapse of Modelo 720 declaration requirements in Spain was hastened last month when Spain’s Supreme Court declared that fines issued for failing to report foreign-held assets were null and void. The ruling was retrospective, meaning any fines already issued may be reclaimed.