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Its been a busy weekend in Lanzarote with the  celebrations of San Juan taking place all over the island. The summer solstice remains a magical night in much of the northern hemisphere. Mythology states that strange things can occur on this shortest night of the year. Certain pagan gods, for instance, make themselves visible during this night and we mere humans also give thanks and realise that the seasons of harder times are still to come.

Playa Blanca celebrated the summer by illuminating the southern sky with the release of five hundred lanterns the night of San Juan in a spectacular environment animated by the cane music of the bands of versions Inerxia of Lanzarote and Ni un Pelo de Tonto de Tenerife. Hundreds of neighbors and tourists took part in the magical light and rock festival

The sunset accompanied dozens of people walking along the promenade from the area of ​​Pechiguera, on the one hand, and from Las Coloradas, from the other end of the coast, to join the celebration and meet on the beach Small town.