20 Jun 2012

Rubicon Marina

Those of you that may have visited Lanzarote before will know that Playa Blanca is one of the quieter parts of the island but that doesn't mean it lacks character - if anything, it adds to it. So having visited last year I knew I wanted to check out the market on Rubicon Marina again as they sell anything from handmade jewellery to a wide-range of Aloe Vera products. Unfortunately I, or more so the rep got the date wrong so we missed the market and were greeted with empty streets & closed shops but fantastic views. It was actually eerily nice to have the marina almost to ourselves, as it meant I could take nice photos without a single soul spoiling them! 

From my hotel it was around €5 each way for a taxi or an hour walk along the promenade - though this was tempting in the sunshine, I just couldn't do it. It really is worth a trip, even just for a couple of hours to enjoy the views and grab a bite to eat in one of the local cafe's. Alternatively if you wanted to rise a little earlier and check out the market, it's on every Wednesday & Saturday from 9am till 2pm. I hear it really comes to life here at night so if you are staying close by, I'd definitely recommend visiting for a few drinks in one of their many bars.

Top by Topshop
Shorts by H&M
Silk Scarf c/o Jimmy Choo



  1. ooooh I was there!! My hotel was in Playa Blanca last September! it was the Hesperia Playa Dorada right on the beach almost!


  2. What a great and lovely place to bask under the sun :)

    Kaye Awatin
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  3. Great photos! I love how the whites and blues pay off one another--- perfectly summer!

  4. ... finally another personal style blog at #BSBN! thank you!
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  5. great photos :) love to go there sometime :)
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