If you’re looking for memorable and unique things to do in Lanzarote – that the whole family will enjoy – make a visit to Jameos del Agua part of your holiday itinerary.
The beautiful Puerto Calero is just a short distance from Lanzarote’s lively town of Puerto del Carmen and just 10km from Arrecife Airport on the island’s south-west coast.
The beautiful island of Lanzarote is awash with interesting and picturesque villages and towns steeped in history, culture and tradition. One charming village in the north of Lanzarote is Guatiza, a small and tranquil settlement, most famed for its Cactus Garden.
If you’re wanting a lively holiday where there is plenty going on and you can almost guarantee beautiful blue skies and scorching temperatures, the characterful town of Tahiche in Lanzarote could be your ideal destination.
With a volcanic landscape that’s unrivalled anywhere, a coastline interspersed with beautiful beaches and an appealing year-round climate, there’s plenty of reasons to visit the popular Canary Island of Lanzarote.
Lanzarote has many hidden natural treasures for discerning travellers to explore, and none more so than the half-submerged volcano, known as El Golfo. Over the centuries the volcano has been slowly eroded by the sea, leaving a magnificent wall of a crater adorned in tones of autumnal oranges and reds.
Lanzarote’s ancient town of Tias comprises of several scattered hamlets, a charming old town and the coastal resort of Puerta Del Carmen. The town is a midpoint between the quiet tranquillity of these small settlements and the famous coastal strip the Avenida de las Playas, where a hive of nightlife activity takes place, with its
Visiting Lanzarote’s Timanfaya National Park is the perfect place to recharge the batteries by reconnecting with nature. Not only can you enjoy stunning, almost prehistoric scenery, but you’ll have the added bonus of experiencing a place of extreme natural beauty in a warm and sunny climate.
Lanzarote stands out as a leading European destination for sportsmen and women. This beautiful, sun-drenched island is home to a whole host of sports – on land, in water and air-bound. Whether you want to train for a triathlon, fly a paraglider through a cloudless sky, or shoot through the azure sea on a windsurf,
Being almost moonscape in places, with incredible rock formations, wide open plains and soft sandy beaches in other places, the island of Lanzarote boasts an immensely diverse landscape. The waves pounding on the sand and with a sunny and mild year-round climate, Lanzarote has long been an attractive hub for windsurfers.