Lanzarote, Canary islands

The Canary Islands lie between 27º and 29º N and 13º and 18º W, just under 100km off the northwest coast of Africa. Deep waters and narrow continental shelves allow for big-game fishing close to the coast.
The geographical location, ocean influence and trade winds give rise to a benign subtropical climate with temperatures lower than those found at similar latitudes. The annual average is 22ºC, with a range of just 6ºC throughout the year and very low rainfall. The water temperature hovers around 19-20ºC in winter and reaches 26ºC in some areas in the summer.
A deciding factor on the climate and fishing is the Canary Islands Current. The trade winds tend to drive nutrient-rich water towards the surface, leading to coastal upwelling.

Tono BLue Fin S.L.
Marina de Puerto Calero,
35570 - Yaiza,- Canarias - Spain

Tono BLue Fin S.L.

Marina de Puerto Calero,
35570 - Yaiza,- Canarias - Spain


Lanzarote was declared a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in 1993. The easternmost of the archipelago, with a latitude of 29ºN and 13ºW, it is known as the island of fire or of volcanoes, of which there are over three hundred in total.
Our base is at the Puerto Calero Marina in the south-east of the island, a peaceful and secluded residential development with a range of accommodation and leisure activities.
Fishing trips depart from the marina and cover waters of Lanzarote and Fuerteventura.

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