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Holidays to Lanzarote

Despite its lunar like landscape, the easternmost Canary Island boasts beautiful and relaxing white sandy beaches, coupled with a promise of adventure in the spectacular Green Caves and the intriguing Timanfaya National Park. A Lanzarote holiday comes with sunshine, a fascinating natural history and friendly resorts beside a glittering coastline.

Top Lanzarote resorts:

Puerto del Carmen

  • 6km of golden sand
  • Lively atmosphere
  • Variety of bars and restaurants

Puerto Calero

  • Upmarket resort
  • Pretty marina and boutique shops
  • Friendly, laid-back atmosphere

Arrecife

  • Traditional Spanish vibe
  • Chic shops, leafy parks and relaxed cafes

Playa Blanca

  • Waterside promenade with shops and restaurants
  • Friendly, relaxing atmosphere
  • Sheltered bays ideal for swimming

Costa Teguise

  • Ideal for watersports, including windsurfing
  • Lively nightlife
  • Popular Sunday market

Why choose Lanzarote for a holiday?

Choose a Lanzarote holiday for a fun-filled week that the whole family will enjoy. Playa Blanca, in the southern tip of island, is a great holiday spot for kids - it has sheltered bays, sunny restaurants and a sense of peace. For something more fast-paced, Costa Teguise is a vibrant resort with a golf course, water sports, live entertainment and great restaurants. The resort is only a short drive from Arrecife, the island’s capital, which is the place for come for souvenirs, museums and a spot of light lunch. Lanzarote offers holiday-goers a heady mix of sunshine, adventure and night life; whether it’s diving in the crystal-clear waters or having fun with all the family on the beach.

Lanzarote highlights

Beaches

  • Playa Quemada – this beach is calm enough for small children and also has the bonus of being sheltered from the wind.
  • Puerto del Carmen – the beaches here boast calm waters and great windsurfing conditions, with the Playa Grande Beach being the prime tourist beach with lots of facilities.
  • Punta da Papagayo - near Playa Blanca, comes up time and time again when mentioning Lanzarote’s best beaches.
  • Playa de los Pocillos and nearby Matagorda are great choices for a beach holiday.
  • Playa de cable - near Arrecife, it's a great choice if you want to enjoy some quiet time away from the city.

Water Attractions

  • Water parks - Aqualava and Aqualand are two fantastic water parks with everything you need for a splashtastic day out. Enjoy a selection of slides from mild to wild, a wave pool, kiddie splash pools, lazy river and even pool activities.
  • Water sports - including kayaking, scuba diving and snorkelling, as well as fantastic wave conditions for surfing. Water temperatures rarely fall below 19 degrees, and the constant winds blowing across from the nearby Sahara provide great conditions for windsurfing.

Hiking

Lanzarote’s volcanic landscape, coastline, flora and fauna, low-rise landscape and the occasional Cesar Manarique masterpiece make for some very interesting hiking terrain. A popular route includes:

  • Femes to Papagayo which offers amazing views of the mountains, Fuerteventura and of course the Timanfaya National Park.

Shopping

  • Markets - Costa Teguise is home to the island’s biggest market, as well as a smaller craft market in the Pueblo Marinero every Friday, and there are plenty of other markets dotted around.
  • Local stores & shopping centres - Puerto del Carmen has a variety of shops selling high street brands.  Costa Teguise’s main shopping district is along Playa de las Cucharas. Centro Comercial Deliland in Playa Honda and the Biosfera in Puerto del Carmen are must visit shopping malls.

Sights & attractions

  • Cesar Manarique is the man behind most of the island’s most impressive sights including his house (inside a lava cave) which is now a museum and landscape garden, and the Jameos del Agua, a large cave boasting bars, a lagoon, a swimming pool (exclusive to Spanish royalty) and a concert hall where performances regularly entertain up to 600 guests. The remainder of this cave, the Cueva de los Verdes, is also accessible for guided tours.
  • Timanfaya National Park -  this can’t miss attraction is great for families and guided tours are available to help you understand the history of this unique terrain. Go to the top and enjoy a volcano BBQ!
  • Aloe Vera farms also make for an interesting visit.
  • Vineyards – there are over 200 of them on the island!
  • For a slightly more authentic Spanish feel with a British twist, visit Tias. A small town over looking Puerto del Carmen.