Pueblo Marinero Costa Teguise
The Pueblo Marinero is the central square of Costa Teguise. Although it would be wrong to attribute the complete design of “El Pueblo Marinero” to César Manrique, we can confirm his collaboration in the project.
This complex contains houses, a spacious commercial area and a well-known square in which many events are held, such as the carnival fiestas, the Well-being Fair and the celebrations for Canary Island Day. The location is designed with exquisite taste and is a faithful tribute to traditional Canarian architecture, with white walls, impeccable green carpentry and pleasant garden areas. Its main entrance stands out, with its imposing archway and multitude of chimneys, reminding visitors of those that can be found in any of the little villages of the island.
Wednesday and Friday evening you can visit a small market in Pueblo Marinero. It is a very nice way to spend the night among the market stalls, shops and bars, because while you’re doing a walk you can sit down right there and stay for dinner.
The Pueblo Marinero complex is one of the main nightlife areas in Costa Teguise. The architecture, traditionally Canarian, gives this place a special charm. Within the structure, there are shops, restaurants, pizzerias, terraces, and pubs that guarantee a dynamic range of activities all day long. The atmosphere is eminently touristic and there is a constant army of children running across the spacious patios, while the adults relax in animated conversation with a cocktail or a mug of beer in hand.
If you would like to discover other markets in Lanzarote, we would recommend you checking this list of local weekly markets in Lanzarote.