Beaches are synonyms to the Canaries. Lanzarote, a small volcanic island in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Morocco, has a great deal in its ‘pocket’ to offer. Right from the black lava sand to fine golden crystals, it has everything on its lap. It offers year-round warm weather and an astonishing volcanic landscape. With an average temperature of around 22 degrees Celsius, it sometimes welcomes its guests with stormy winds.
It features a great number of beaches and its varied beaches offer you varied activities. If you’re fond of surfing, blindly head to Caleta de Famara and Caleta Caballo- the two best surfing spots in Europe. Windsurfing lovers shall go for the Los Cucharas beach in Costa Teguise. Game fishing can be done at Puerto del Carmen. If none of the above is your taste, just go on a sailing trip or book a cruise from Orzola to the islands of La Graciosa or Alegranza. If you’re willing to do something exclusive and unreal, join a submarine excursion from Puerto Calero to encounter Lanzarote’s magnificent marine world. It offers a wide array of some other marine adventures as well. Right from water-sports and scuba diving to game fishing and whale watching, it has it all.
Don’t miss its unusual Cactus garden that features more than 10,000 cacti from all around the world. You would also love to hangout amidst green trees at El Bosquecillo capturing panoramic views all over. It is also home to various vineyards, the most famous being La Geria lying on the foot of several volcanoes. Lanzarote is quite rich in art and culture as well. If its César Manrique Foundation homes paintings by Spanish artists and a garden built into an old lava flow, then it also has a tunnel, Cueva De Los Verdes, formed by lava. If you love adventure, I think you won’t mind standing on a clifftop to encounter the stunning view of black-sand volcanic Crater Lake.
Lanzarote is famous for its fresh seafood and distinctive potatoes but that doesn’t mean there are no options for vegetarians. Vegetarians and vegans can feed their stomachs at Blooming Cactus, whereas head towards Mirador de las Salinas for the fresh seafood and Casa Emiliano for the tempting local food.
Lanzarote is a real surprise: Part of the volcanic Canary Islands, home to around 150,000 people, a Spanish archipelago located in the Atlantic Ocean off the northwestern coast of Africa, the arid island welcomes some 3 million tourists a year.
Apart from the attractions, you also need a perfect accommodation for a comfortable vacation. Some of the luxurious hotels on the island are as follows:
- La isla y el mar Hotel Boutique
Calle Reina Sofía, 23, 35510 Puerto del Carmen, Las Palmas, Spain
It’s an upscale hotel built in a newfangled volcanic stone building on a hillside with Atlantic Ocean views that would undoubtedly make your stay relaxing. You will find a range of modern facilities and warm hospitality while staying here.
- Hotel Villa Vik
Calle Hermanos Díaz Rijo, 3, 35500 Arrecife, Las Palmas, Spain
Welcomed by a bottle of cava on arrival, the guests, here, usually enjoy its upgraded rooms, complimentary bike rentals, a high-fashion terrace bar, and a heated outdoor pool. You just need a glass of wine in your private patio to encounter the gorgeous sunset views.
- Lani’s Suites Deluxe
Av. de las Playas, 26, 35510 Tías, Las Palmas, Spain
It’s an elegant beachfront hotel with a sandy beach that features marvelous Mediterranean dining with pleasant eye-treating ocean views, which truly makes it a ‘Heaven on Earth’. It is an apt property for holidaymakers of all sorts.
- Princesa Yaiza Suite Hotel
Av. de Papagayo, 22, 35580 Playa Blanca, Las Palmas, Spain
This waterfront luxury hotel is built in a voguish Moorish-style featuring well-ventilated rooms and suites with exposed wood beams and terraces that offer ocean views. We are sure you will have a great with your friends and family while staing here.
- Iberostar Selection Lanzarote Park
Av. Archipiélago, 7, 35580 Yaiza, Las Palmas, Spain
See your day’s weariness getting vanished away by taking a stroll on the beach beside the hotel and by poolside dining and a bar with live entertainment. A wide range of top-notch facilities welcome you to stay in style at this star-rated property.
- Meliá Salinas
Av. de las Islas Canarias, s/n, 35509 Costa Teguise, Las Palmas, Spain
Refresh your mind at its outdoor pools and tennis courts. Play with wind and water while windsurfing available here. These also provide international and regional cuisines, business center, and airport shuttle though.
- Sandos Papagayo
Calle las Acacias, 6, 35580 Yaiza, Las Palmas, Spain
You can not only relax in its classic rooms with an island vibe and sea views but also try your skills on archery, mini-golf, and tennis. Get access to its fitness center and the club lounge with complimentary refreshments.
- Seaside Los Jameos Playa
Calle Marte, 2, 35510 Puerto del Carmen, Lanzarote, Las Palmas, Spain
Circled by tropical gardens, this ultra-modern hotel is just an 11-minute walk from Los Pocillos beach. This pet-friendly hotel features airy rooms with sea-inspired decor. You will find all sorts of comforts that you need for a perfect stay.
- Suite Hotel Fariones
Calle Acatife, 1, 35510 Puerto del Carmen, Las Palmas, Spain
You can simply spend hours here standing in the balcony beholding and admiring the stunning ocean views and nature. The surrounding will make you forget the world and make countless memories while staying in Las Palmas.
- Tui Sensimar Natura Palace
Urbanización Montaña Roja, Calle Lanzarote, 9, 35580 Playa Blanca, Las Palmas, Spain
Its friendly and cooperative staff, spacious and clean rooms, excellent meal options with a pool bar would exceed your expectations. Imagine yourself enjoying a splash in the pool or grabbing a pint of beer from the poolside bar, sounds idyllic, isn’t it?
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