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Lanzarote Hotels and Apartments
Lanzarote Hotels and Apartments
It’s easy to find the right accommodation in Lanzarote that caters to your taste and holiday style. This island has such a wealth of hotels, ranging from family-friendly complexes in Costa Teguise with all sorts of entertainment programs to beachfront properties in Playa Blanca and independently-styled units with a handful of facilities. You can also opt for an all-inclusive package in resorts like Puerto Del Carmen to benefits from all the modern comforts and conveniences at the same time. And then, there are self-catering Lanzarote apartments to treat yourself to a home from home experience and are a perfect fit for tourists of all ages.
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Lanzarote, also known as the 4th largest Canary Island in the region of Spain, has been attracting holidaymakers from everywhere – especially from UK due to its long stretches of beach, year-round sunshine, dramatic landscapes, world-class restaurants and vibrant nightlife.
An absolute mecca for adventure enthusiasts, food lovers, culture explorers and party animals, Lanzarote has a lot more to talk than just its resort towns. To take care of everyone’s need who visit time and time again to fall in love with the spell of this island, there is so much to keep you occupied, and you can also enjoy an amazing shopping experience with souvenirs markets located at every corner.
Luxury and Cheap Hotels in Lanzarote, where to stay?
Looking for cheap flights and hotels in Lanzarote is easy at some of the widely popular resorts such as Playa Blanca, Puerto Del Carmen, Costa Teguise and Arrecife that offer varied accommodation to take care of your needs. For example, if you’re after a mix of relaxing and partying, look no further than Costs Teguise as the resort is full of restaurants, bars and shopping centres. Here the hotels are friendly and mainly known for organizing plenty of recreational activities for sports lovers. Meanwhile, the capital of Lanzarote, Arrecife is perfect for those who enjoy a bit of culture. The lodges here are modern and offer high standards of hospitality – perfect for re-kindling your romance. Alternatively, you can also treat yourself to a home from home experience and enjoy your getaway with a low-cost apartment in Lanzarote.
Things to do in Lanzarote
You simply must leave your accommodation in Lanzarote to explore the world-renowned tourist attractions of the island. Visit Papagayo Beach in Playa Blanca to enjoy some tranquility, Caleton Blanco Beach to try your hand at snorkelling, Playa La Garita Beach for a relaxing walk alongside the coastline and Famara Beach if you’re a thrill-seeker.
Start your day with a visit to the volcanic landscapes of Timanfaya National Park in Arrecife. The Cesar Manrique House Museum is also known as one of the top attractions to visit on the island of Lanzarote. History buffs can take a short drive to the northern part to learn more about the traditional side such as Mirador del Rio and Cueva de Los Verdes, whereas families with children can make a splash at the Ranchos Texas Park and Aqualava Water Park in Playa Blanca, where they can enjoy sea lion shows and whizz down tunneled slides. Mountain climbing is another major draw here and if you’re wanting to add some excitement to your holiday routine, why not look for windsurfing, kite-boarding and para boarding?
Food and Drinks in Lanzarote
When it comes to experiencing the fine-dining in Lanzarote, the island takes care of everyone’s taste and budget. The local seafood is a staple dish here and if you get a chance to discover the aroma of other specialities such as papas arrugadas, Monumento al Campesino and sancocho as well – give them a try!
From early morning breakfasts to light lunches and romantic late-night dinners, the authentic eateries in the resorts of Playa Blanca and Arrecife offer a mouthwatering range of Spanish cuisine to satisfy appetites with locally produced ingredients. You can also visit Costa Teguise to crunch on your cravings with Italian dishes such as pizzas and pasta. And then, there are international restaurants in Puerto Del Carmen, which specializes in serving English food with a unique, personal touch.
Most of the all-inclusive hotels in Lanzarote also offer a mixture of delicious cuisine in the buffet or an a la carte style, so you don’t even have to leave the complex!
Nightlife in Lanzarote
After the sun sets, the island offers more of a colourful and vibrant nightlife scene – with a number of lively bars and pubs offering a mix of entertainment programs to keep the clubbers occupied.
Flock to the south-coast resorts of Playa Blanca and Puerto Del Carmen to feel the jet-setters vibes of a buzzing atmosphere. Ideal for late-night partiers, you can set the stage on fire with your dance moves, listen to the DJ hits, enjoy the live music or sink into the sofa with a drink of your choice. A short drive to Centro Comercial La Mulata lets you enjoy a more sophisticated experience, whereas Arrecife is great for those who are interested in discovering the real taste of Spanish nightlife. Similarly, there are several Irish bars and thumping clubs in Avenida de Las Playas where you can party until the early hours of the morning; you just need to find the best option that suits you best.
And of course make sure to check to see if your hotel in Lanzarote has an entertainment programme to entertain the whole family.
Shopping in Lanzarote
In Lanzarote, you’ll find many shopping opportunities with a variety of local markets, shops and designer boutiques selling everything from fashion clothes, beautiful jewellery, perfumes, hand-made items and electric products at competitive prices. Here, the retail therapy experience begins in the main resorts of Playa Blanca, Arrecife, Puerto Del Carmen and Playa Honda that boasts the largest shopping malls to explore so many brands under one roof. And if you’re wanting to shop like a local, you can enjoy strolling through the streets of Teguise, which is a home to Canarian artworks or simply look for a departmental store to fulfil your basic, homely needs.
Fast Facts about Lanzarote
- Nearest Airport: Arrecife Airport
- Flight Time: 4 hr 15 min
- Transfer Time: 15 min
- Currency: Euro
- Language: Spanish