Category : Islands

by Buzzers - 3 months ago

More Than 87,000 "Remote Workers" Expected in 2023

The number of remote workers arriving in the Canary Islands in 2021 has been 3,852 monthly , with a cumulative figure of 46,224. The forecasts show that 87,480 annual remote workers will choose the Canary Islands in 2023, which would mean a 90% gro...

by Buzzers - 3 months ago

Luxury Villas are Breaking Booking Records

With tourism in full recovery, reservations for luxury holiday homes have skyrocketed in 2022 on Lanzarote. "This year we have not only reached pre-pandemic figures, we are breaking records ," explains Carla Van Heel, founder and general manager of...

by Buzzers - 3 months ago

What A Difference a Day Makes!

This Wednesday, finally, many workers and clients in Lanzarote have been able to see their faces and smiles, although in a rather timid way, with the entry into force of the rule that puts an end to indoor masks. After 700 days of mandatory use si...

by Buzzers - 3 months ago

Playa Honda Clean Up Your Act!

The Local Committee of Nueva Canarias San Bartolomé echoes a complaint from the residents of Playa Honda about the fecal discharges that are in front of the local institute, which generate "bad smells, unhealthiness and contamination".According to th...

by Buzzers - 4 months ago

British Top of the Charts for Tourism on Lanzarote

Lanzarote continues to get closer to the tourist reception data it had before the start of the pandemic , since last February the island received a total of 203,781 tourists. This data represents only 5% less than in the same month of 2020, before th...

by Buzzers - 4 months ago

The PSOE Demands that Betancort Put an End to the "Excuses"

The PSOE of Teguise has demanded that the mayor, Oswaldo Betancort, "break with the past and recover the urban legality and dignity of Costa Teguise and remove structures that are the product of the granting of licenses granted knowingly of their ill...

by Buzzers - 4 months ago

Tourist occupancy at Easter Could Reach 80 per cent

The tourist sector of Lanzarote remains optimistic for Easter and expects to reach 80% occupancy , at least on holidays and the weekend. Although consumers continue to experience some uncertainty when booking due to possible coronavirus infect...

by Buzzers - 4 months ago

Papagayo Camping Re-opens on Friday

The Cabildo de Lanzarote will put the Papagayo camping area into service from 11:00 am this Friday, April 8th . For this reason, starting at 09:00 this Thursday, the institution will launch an online reservation system for those interested in attendi...

by Buzzers - 4 months ago

Should I Stay or Will I Go!

The plenary session of the Congress of Deputies has approved this Thursday a Citizens' motion that asks the central government to eliminate the use of the mask indoors, and that has gone ahead with the vote in favor of the PSOE and Vox, the abstentio...

by Buzzers - 4 months ago

A Catamaran Drifts in the Sea

The Fuerteventura Maritime Detachment has located and recovered a 13 metre long catamaran that was drifting towards Fuerteventura, without a crew after its skipper accidentally fell into the water and was able to swim to the coast of Lanzarote. Th...

by Buzzers - 4 months ago

A Man Drowned at Playa Dorada

A 62-year-old man of foreign nationality drowned this Thursday in Playa Dorada, in the town of Playa Blanca. The event took place at 13:35, when the CECOES received an alert that they had rescued a man from the water with signs of drowning. Once t...

by Buzzers - 4 months ago

All Covid Restrictions Lifted on Thursday

The president of the Canary Islands, Ángel Víctor Torres, announced this Tuesday in the plenary session of the regional Parliament that next Thursday, at the meeting of the Governing Council, and following the technical criteria, "all the restriction...