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Will climate change have a big impact In Lanzarote ?

Asked by: 28th February 2015

If the weather continued in future winter months as it as been, and is at the moment could this make the island a ghost town

Lots of the tourist visit in the winter months but i would not expect that to be the case if they actually got poor weather

The loss of winter visiters would have a major impact for all buisnesses


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  1. Joe Strummer on Mar 02, 2015

    David – me and the Mrs were just having the same conversation last week – and the weather on the web-cam at 10:27 Monday 2 March doesnt look too hot.

    We love our visit every Januray – the perfect pick up after Christmas/New Year and we had 6 good days, 3 mixed and two not so good out of 11 – not bad for January – but it looks to have been mainly bad since beginning of February – you are right – people may look elsewhere in the winter and the problem for the island businesses is – there’s nothing they can do about the weather

  2. david charles hind on Mar 02, 2015

    The climate changes every day in Durham city lol

  3. David myers on Mar 02, 2015

    It certainly does that’s why you go to Lanzarote
    But would you have enjoyed the bad weather they have had

  4. Tom Iles on Mar 02, 2015

    David. I’m hoping that this is only a temporary blip and next year ( or rather the end of this year) the winter climate will return to normal. If it does carry on like this though for future years I agree that this could cause a major problem to the island. Let’s look on the bright side.

  5. Richo on Mar 03, 2015

    We have been going to Costa Teguise in January for the last 6 years Was there from the 9th-25th this year It was the worst weather we have had in January But still we walking around in the daytime in Shorts could not do that back home. Everywhere as good and bad winters lets hope this was there bad one Back out in June should be much hotter then