The Prime Minister could return to stay in the residence of La Mareta.
The President of the Government of Spain, Pedro Sánchez, could move to Lanzarote in early August to start his holidays here, as confirmed by La Voz de Lanzarote. In addition, national media such as OK Diario indicate that he would be staying at the La Mareta residence, where he had already been.
On that occasion, Sánchez came to Lanzarote with his wife, Begoña Gómez, and their two daughters during the Christmas holidays, and the family began the year in La Mareta.
This residence located in Costa Teguise was donated in 1989 to the now King Emeritus, Juan Carlos I, by King Hussein of Jordan, although it later passed into the hands of the National Heritage. The current king, Felipe VI, who as a prince also stayed there with his wife, later decided expressly to put her "at the service of the tourist interests of Spain".
In addition to Sánchez himself, other presidents of Spain have also used the residence. The last was José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero, who later continued to spend his vacations on the island and acquired a home in Famara and before that José María Aznar who has also done the same.