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Moving to lanzarote where can I shop for household things.

Posted: Wed May 9, 2018 11:07pm
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Looking for anything start up my home basically. ... thank you .moving over 1st june


Wed Feb 5, 2020 11:19am

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Location: Puerto del Carmen

Posted: Wed Feb 5, 2020 11:19am

Hi Gemma , you shouldn't have a problem what so ever , seems a bit daunting at first , Ikea , Conformarama ( think I've spelt that right ) both good places , also from my experience really good for delivery service .


Wed Feb 5, 2020 9:05pm

Posts: 35

Location: Puerto del Carmen

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Posted: Wed Feb 5, 2020 9:05pm


If your looking for 2nd hand furniture you might find stuff online.

If your looking to shop for general household stuff and furniture then I posted the message below a couple of weeks ago, It might help.


There is an IKEA store in Arricefa. There are also 2 huge furniture stores that I would recommend, both a couple of doors away from IKEA. I know the local bus No 3 stops outside IKEA. 

Keidea Furniture.

I bought a unit for my living room and they delivered it to Puerto Del Carmen for free. Big range of furniture and beds and very reasonably priced. The staff have broken English so make sure you have Google Translate on your phone. 

Nortysur Hogar is a little more expensive but it has a great selection of home ware. 

Conforama in Playa Honda also sell furniture and beds, they have a big homeware dept.  (No 3 to Puerto Del Carmen also stops very near to Conforama, get off bus at Maxihogar).

I know IKEA open 7 days a week but not sure of the other stores, you would need to check the opening times on the websites.

If you do decide to take a trip to Arrecife central shopping area beware, they still have the old Spanish opening times. Shops close for Siesta in the afternoon and close half day on Saturday. I hope this information is helpful. 

Also for electrical goods try Electron. It’s a short walk from IKEA in Arrecife. Couple of staff have good English.

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