Bizarrely for an island bereft of rivers or lakes, you'll spot delicate, delicious smoked salmon on menus everywhere. Back in the 1970s, a German couple…
- AAhumadería de Uga
- MMercadillo de Teguise
First launched in the 1980s with just 16 artisan vendors, Teguise's enormous, very touristed Sunday-morning market carpets the old town, with flamenco on…
- QQuesería Rubicón
One of the island's best places to buy local goat’s cheese – and you can taste it first. Choose between smoked, fresh, semicured, or coated with paprika…
- CCentro de Artesanía La Antigua Escuela
A small, cheerful artisans' complex for picking up original jewellery, colourful prints, hand-designed tiles and other local crafts. Some of the artisans…
- MMercadillo de Haría
Every Saturday, Haría's shady, cafe-lined main square morphs into a wonderful, lively local crafts and produce market, filled with artisan jewellery,…
- MMercado Agrícola de Costa Teguise
A feast of organic fruit and veg, artisan honey, home-made marmalade and mojo, Lanzarote wines and cheeses and much more, in the pueblo marinero.
- MMercadillo Marina Rubicón
This twice-weekly arts and crafts market sees artisans set up shop along the water, showcasing everything from olive oil to handcrafted jewellery.
- TTaller de Artesanía Reinaldo Dorta Déniz
This town hall-supported craft workshop sees local artisans producing silverware, ceramics, embroidery and charming pieces made of palm leaves and reeds…
- MMercadillo de Puerto Calero
Artisan stalls flaunting locally made jewellery, pottery, handbags and other trinkets fill harbourside Plaza de las Carpas for this twice-weekly market.
With a couple of branches across the island, this is a handy English-language bookshop stocking Lanzarote hiking guides.