Lanzarote Markets

There are several open-air markets where you can buy crafts, souvenirs and fakes plus several agricultural markets on the island where you can buy local farm produce.

Teguise Market
Location: Teguise throughout the village centre
The biggest and oldest open-air Market is a great way to spend a Sunday morning. There are literally hundreds of stalls selling craft items, tourist souvenirs and fake designer goods. The normally sleepy town comes alive and is buzzing with both locals and tourists.
Every Sunday from 09:00 to 14:00

Arrecife Market
Location: Recinto del Parque Temático de Arrecife beside the Cabildo. This market offers craft items and souvenirs, food items and local agricultural produce. Its location beside the bus stop on the south side of Arrecife make it very accessible to tourists from all over the Island.
Every Saturday from 09:00 to 14:00

Marina Rubicon Market
Location: Marina Rubicon, Playa Blanca
This market offers a slightly upmarket range of Jewellery, Clothes, Crafts and Books than some of the other markets and whilst there why not visit the picturesque marina.
Every Wednesday and Saturday between 09:00 and 14:00

Playa Blanca Market
Location: Calle La Concha
There are two markets held in Playa Blanca on the same day and at the same time This is smaller than the other and offers the usual sunglasses and tourist souvenirs.
Every Wednesday and Saturday between 09:00 and 14:00

Costa Teguise Market
Location: Pueblo Marinero, Costa Teguise
This market offers the usual tourist souvenirs and fakes, but is held in the evening. Pueblo Marinero has a nice atmosphere where you can enjoy some Tapas, drinks or a more formal dinner in between browsing the stalls.
Every Friday between 17:00 and 22:00

Lanzarote Shopping

Lanzarote enjoys a special Duty Free Tax status.

Cigarettes, Alcohol, Perfumes and Petrol are much cheaper than in Mainland Spain and the rest of the EU.

These duty free goods are normally much cheaper in the Resorts and Towns than in the Airport and on-board the airplane.

Cigarettes, Cigars and Alcohol can be purchased at very reasonable prices in nearly every supermarket in the main resorts while certain speciality tobacco and liquor shops can be even cheaper again. Perfume can be purchased from the many Perfumeries found in the main resorts.

Numerous Boutiques can be found in the Main resorts, however the best Shopping districts are Calle Real in Arrecife, the Biosfera Shopping Centre in Puerto del Carmen and the Deiland Centre in Playa Honda.

The Deiland Shopping Centre in Playa Honda is home to an array of Shops and relaxing cafes as well as a Cinema.

There are many Electrical Goods shops that sell Cameras, Video Cameras, CD players etc. If you intend to visit these shops, always ask for a discount – the displayed price is always negotiable. However a certain degree of caution should be used in these Electronics shops as many shops have very bad reputations If in doubt seek out a reputable shop.