Lanzarote

The fourth largest of the Canary Islands, and the most easterly, Lanzarote has something for everyone. Packed with dramatic scenery and 30 kilometres of sandy beaches, it’s easy to see why it’s one of the most popular Canary Islands for a sun-drenched holiday!

Puerto del Carmen

If you are looking for a lively resort to spend your break at, head to Puerto del Carmen. A 6 kilometre beach combined with a 2 mile strip crammed with bars, clubs and shops, makes for a perfect action-packed holiday destination.

Traditional Lanzarote

Fancy a glimpse of traditional Lanzarote? Then visit Playa Blanca. The harbour is lined with restaurants serving fresh, local produce. A great place for couples who want to chill out, sip cocktails and browse the boutique shops on offer.

Watersports

If it is golf, watersports or a trip to the island’s only waterpark you are after, then head to Costa Teguise – a quieter area in Lanzarote and perfect for a relaxing break away from it all.

Incredible landscape

The sun kissed island of Lanzarote is a delight for the senses; beautiful sights, smells and feelings assail the visitor. A year filled with never ending sun, an incredible landscape and a clear blue sea, all offer delights to a visitor from northern climes. Rich with natural wonders, including: a World Heritage protected reserve, 12 protected nature areas and a National Park, the island is a delight for those who enjoy the wonder of nature.

Thriving tourist resorts

Added to this natural beauty are thriving tourist resorts, with Costa Teguise  and Puerto del Carmen ever popular with visitors. Puerto del Carmen is the busier of the two, with bustling streets crammed with bars, clubs and restaurants. It also offers a throbbing nightlife and if partying is your thing, this resort will not let you down.

Weather

Lanzarote enjoys high temperatures, low rainfall and endless sunshine throughout the year. It is the easternmost island of Spain’s Canary Islands which sit far south of the Spanish mainland, closer to the east coast of Northern Africa. The Canaries are often called ‘The Islands of Eternal Spring’ due to their enviable climate.

Lanzarote and the other Canaries are thought to receive the perfect temperature, much cooler than in the Sahara, which lies at the same latitude. This is thanks to the surrounding ocean and the cool Canary Current which help to moderate the hea

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