As a general rule, shops open from 09:00 to 13:00 and then again from 16:00 until 20:00.
Most businesses are closed on Saturday afternoon and all day Sunday.
The shops are divided among different zones, of which we would highlight Calle Real and the surrounding area.
Further streets of interest include José Antonio, Fajardo, Canalejas and the avenues along the promenade.
A visit to Lanzarote would not be complete without a visit to the Playa de la Cucharas beach, where you can enjoy a range of amenities, as well as the Las Cucharas Shopping Centre.
Don’t miss the shops along the Pueblo Marinero, along with others close to the Hotel Gran Meliá Salinas and Avenida del Jablillo.
Various amenities can be found close to this beach.
Worthy of particular note are Calle Limones, the promenade, Avenida Papagayo, the Papagayo Shopping Centre and the promenade through the Rubicón Marina.
Here you can find one of the island’s largest shopping centres.
The centre plays host to one of the two multi-screen cinemas to be found on the island.
Puerto del Carmen
An enormous variety of shops on offer, similar to Arrecife but more tourist-oriented.
We can find yet another shopping centre close to Avenida de las Playas.
At the other end of Puerto del Carmen, on the Playa de los Pocillos to be precise, lie the Los Pocillos, Costa Mar and Jameos shopping centres.
Visitors should head here for the best range of typical handcrafted items and native products.
In addition to the vast and ever-popular street market featuring Canarian handicraft, you can also find the greatest store of oriental furniture and curiosities to be found on the Canary Islands.
Don’t forget to visit the street markets in the area!
- Haria: on Saturdays. The Saturday market in Haria only offers hand-crafted products.
- Teguise: on Sundays. Probably the island’s largest and most famous market.
- Arrecife: on Wednesdays.
- Costa Teguise: on Fridays.