Category : Lanzarote

by Buzzers - 1 hour ago

ALDI Opens its First Supermarket in Lanzarote

The German food chain ALDI will open its first store in Lanzarote on February 22nd in Arrecife 's Rambla Medular . The new area will have more than 1,300 m2 and will have a staff of 27 workers .The new ALDI supermarket, specialises in offering qualit...

by Buzzers - 2 days ago

Lidl To Open In Playa Blanca

The Yaiza Governing Board chaired by the mayor, Óscar Noda, resolved this Monday the granting of a major works license to LIDL Supermercados for the construction of a retail sales centre of about 11,000 m² with parking in the Montaña Roja Industrial...

by Buzzers - 3 days ago

Brexit in Lanzarote and its Negative Effects

Ekonomus has interviewed Natasha Meah , director of Europe Business Finance (EBF) Consulting and member of the Lanzarote Chamber of Commerce, and Daniel Trigg , president of the Lanzarote Business Association, which brings together most of the Britis...

by Buzzers - 3 days ago

Rain, Hail and a Tornado all in a Day with Pictures

People of Lanzarote have been surprised at noon on Saturday by a small tornado that has been seen from different parts of the island, especially from Tahíche and Teguise. In addition, in various areas of the island such as Masdache, Teguise, Mal...

by Buzzers - 1 week ago

Air Europa Will Reconnect Lanzarote with Barcelona

This summer, starting June 26th , Air Europa resumes its direct flights between Lanzarote and Barcelona . A connection that the Spanish airline stopped carrying out in 2017.There will be two weekly frequencies on Fridays and Mondays . In both cases,...

by Buzzers - 2 weeks ago

Lifeless body of a Man on the Beach of Caletón Blanco

The lifeless body of a man appeared this Saturday on the Caletón Blanco beach in the municipality of Haría, as reported by the Emergency Consortium. As La Voz has learned, it could be the crew member of the sailboat that ran aground this Friday.It ha...

by Buzzers - 3 weeks ago

Controllers Call Strike at Lanzarote Airport

The USCA and CCOO unions have called a strike of air traffic controllers in the privatized control towers of Spanish airports, including the Lanzarote airport , on January 30th and February 6th, 13th, 20th and 27th , after the failure of the negotia...

by Buzzers - 3 weeks ago

Tías Approves Installing Electric Charging Points

The Popular Party of Tías points out that "it has managed to ensure that the rural areas of the municipality of Tías have electric charging points for vehiclesNow, with this motion unanimously approved this Monday by all the political forces present...

by Buzzers - 1 month ago

Lagomar On Sale for 7.5 Million Euros

One of the most emblematic architectural works of the island , inspired by the work of César Manrique, has gone on sale.It is the Lagomar Museum , "certainly the most exclusive and extraordinary property of all those in Lanzarote", as promoted by the...

by Buzzers - 1 month ago

Man Dies in Fatal Accident in Playa Blanca

A man in his 60s of French nationality died this Saturday, January 1st, after being hit by a vehicle in Playa Blanca. The accident took place around 6:20 a.m. at the sports pier of the tourist town, at which time the CECOES was alerted.Two ambulance...

by Buzzers - 1 month ago

Brit Found Dead in Puerto del Carmen

The lifeless body of a 66-year-old man was found this Saturday in a house on César Manrique street in Puerto del Carmen, as reported by the Lanzarote Emergency Consortium. Around 1:00 p.m. this Saturday, the CECOES were alerted that a person did no...

by Buzzers - 2 months ago

Crosswind Forces a Plane to Abort Landing in Lanzarote

The crosswinds that have reigned on the island for a few days are having an impact, especially at the Lanzarote airport. This Monday the cameras of Lanzarotewebcam collected the moment in which a plane frustrated the landing, "engine and into the air...

by Buzzers - 2 months ago

Accommodation in Lanzarote Increases in October

Tourist accommodation in Lanzarote made a total of 62,861 beds available to its guests and achieved 78.5% occupancy in October. This is one percentage point more than what was achieved in September with the same number of places . Therefore, Octo...

by Buzzers - 2 months ago

Finally it's Happening in Teguise!

Well this is the story that finally has an ending and Buzz has been on the trail for over 10 years. An absolute eyesore that has damaged the first impressions of Costa Teguise as tourists are bussed in.The Teguise City Council has announced that it w...