The port of Playa Blanca has exeeded 250,000 travelers in this first quarter of 2023 which is a 20.7% more than in 2022. Caleta de Sebo and Órzola also register considerable increases in the number of passengers, both with respect to 2022 and in relation to 2019. With the exception of Puerto del Carmen, all Lanzarote ports managed by the Canary Islands Government, Playa Blanca, Caleta de Sebo and Órzola, experienced considerable increases in passenger volume during the first quarter, both compared to last year , as in relation to pre-pandemic figures, as published by the Lanzarote Data Center. Between January and March of this year, the port of Playa Blanca registered a total of 251,286 passengers, 20.7% more than those who arrived in the same period last year. The figure is also 7.7% higher than that registered in the first quarter of 2019.In Caleta de Sebo, in La Graciosa, 103,798 people arrived during the first quarter. This is 16.1% more than those who arrived in the same period of 2022 and 11.1% more than those who arrived in the same pre-pandemic period. The port of Órzola was very close to reaching 100,000 passengers, which represents an increase of 16.1% compared to last year, and 18.8% compared to the first quarter of 2019.In clear contrast, Puerto del Carmen received a total of 5,530 passengers between January and March, close to half of those who arrived during the first quarter of last year and only a third of those who arrived in the same pre-pandemic period.