Visitors to our hotels in Lanzarote come away knowing that this island is an oasis of sea, wind and lava, a place at the eastern end of the Canary archipelago where nature has created landscapes of great beauty due to the huge amount of volcanoes. Lanzarote is a true paradise for surfers, divers and visitors.
In Lanzarote you will find The National Park of Timanfaya, which is a UNESCO protected Biosphere Reserve. Another six tourist centres and more than 15 museums and art galleries endorse and extol the virtues of its lands and coasts.
Río Vantage point
In the far north lies the fishing village of Órzola, which you can reach by the buses that depart from Arrecife every day. It is worth stopping at the Vantage Point of Río, a building with two huge domes buried in the cliffs of Famara, the work of César Manrique. From this cliff you can contemplate the Salt Flats of the Río and La Graciosa, the only inhabited island of the Chinijo Archipelago. And then go for a rest in one of our hotels in Lanzarote.
Declared a bird sanctuary, it has two small villages, la Caleta del Sebo and Pedro Barba, two of the most picturesque corners in the Canary Islands, thanks to its sandy soil, low thick-walled houses and streets adorned with nets of silver fish. You can go for boat trips to the other islets in the archipelago and marvel at its underwater treasures.
Jameos del Agua
Haría, in the north, is a unique oasis comprised of numerous colonies of palm trees, buildings of popular architecture and traditional crafts. Here you will also see los Jameos del Agua, caves that were formed when the ceiling of a volcanic cave fell in, and which is the habitat of a species of albino crab some 3,000 years old. Another sight to see in the area is Cueva de los Verdes, where the islanders used to take refuge when pirates looted the island.
If you stay at our hotels in Lanzarote there are plenty of gorgeous beaches to choose from all over the island. You will be stunned by the great variety of these breaches, bathed by crystal-clear waters: beaches of golden sand, volcanic black sand, beaches with calm waters or beaches with choppy waves. Some of the best beaches in Lanzarote are listed below:
Plunge into the heart of a volcano or make your way round it, walking over hot stones, in small groups and organised tours. Treat yourself to a spectacular environment and then wind down at one of our hotels in Lanzarote.
The Trade Winds make windsurf a very popular activity, as well as kitesurf, two sports that need strong winds for optimal conditions. Another sport, surfing, is also popular in Lanzarote, since the isle has several beaches with perfect waves for surfing and having fun. Costa Teguise is the ideal place for this type of water sports.
And then there are other water sports, although this time under it, namely diving. The sea around Lanzarote is pristine, and is ideal for diving over the sea bed, taking in the fauna and volcanic landscape.
Aquapark Costa Teguise
Aquapark Costa Teguise has the best water fun: From the most exciting rides to total relaxation for grown-ups and a fun-packed world for the youngsters. Have a great day out with the family.
Lanzarote is an island in the Canary Islands archipelago (Spain), in the Atlantic Ocean, facing the coasts of the south of Morocco. It belongs to the province of Las Palmas. Its capital is Arrecife.
Lanzarote is the southernmost and westernmost island of the Canary Islands archipelago. It is popularly known as "the island of the volcanoes", thanks to the volcanic mantle that runs along most of the island as a result of the great volcanic activity of the beginning of the 18th Century.
Lanzarote has a very dry and damp climate. Night-time temperatures rarely drop below 13oC in winter and 20oC in summer. Its average annual temperature is 22oC and there are no extreme temperatures. These temperatures are conducive to an exceptional climate thanks to geographical location and the influence of the sea.