Introducing Lanzarote

Warm weather, volcanic backdrops and glorious beaches. Lanzarote is utterly unique in its natural makeup. The youngest of the seven main islands and the most arid of the archipelago, this tiny island off Africa’s west coast is an interesting mix of geography, just as it’s an interesting mix of cultures and traditions. From smouldering volcanos and gushing geysers to fancy beach clubs and world class diving, this incredible island offers a world of fun and exploration for families, couples or groups. There are many activities both in and out of the water to keep everyone entertained and there are enough wineries and restaurants to fill the boots of serious foodies. A beautiful destination with unbeatable hospitality.

Highlights of Lanzarote

Visit the vibrant and cosmopolitan capital; a great place to wine and dine, go shopping or explore countless museums and tourist sights.
Puerto del Carmen
This is the main tourist town on the island and it is best known for its spectacular beaches and its top notch nightlife and music venues.
Costa Teguise
Costa Teguise is a beautiful coastal town which boasts beaches, shopping, nightlife and fun attractions for the whole family including waterparks, aquariums and zoos.
Timanfaya National Park
For volcano treks, craters and geysers, visit Timanfaya National Park. There’s an information centre plus places to eat.
Culture vultures and foodies will fall in love with Yaiza. It’s home to a number of wineries, great restaurants and some fantastic sights such as the Iglesia de Santa Maria de los Remedios or the Salt Factory of Janubio.

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