Lanzarote

The different island

Lanzarote is a pure magic… mystery. Clean, insolent and naked beauty. Constant lesson. His unknown and deep nature is aware of the great spectacle he offers.

César Manrique

What to do in Famara

Walking around Famara and surfing

A wonderful beach. Enjoy the 6km that make up the maritime paradise of Famara Beach with its clean and toasted sand. You can also enjoy the fun experience of surfing the waves of the Atlantic.

Lagomar

One of the most spectacular private properties in Lanzarote, built majestically on a volcanic quarry, with natural labyrinths and caves. The perfect union between nature and art.

Visit Teguise and its market

Visit the ancient capital of the island. The streets of its charming historic centre make it one of the main cultural and tourist places of the island. On Sundays (until 1. pm) there is one of the most famous markets in the Canary Islands, where they join gastronomy, art, ceramics and local natural products in one place.

Recommended restaurants

If you are looking for a sunset drink, enjoying the views of Famara and La Graciosa, we recommend the Restaurant Las Dunas. You can also go to eat at the Restaurant El Risco, with KM. 0 cuisine markedly Canarian and seasonal. Ideal for eating fish.

What to do in Playa Blanca

Papagayo Beach

Golden sand, crystal clear water and a gentle breeze make this beach a unique place on the island to bathe, sunbathe and snorkel. This beach has been awarded the best beach in Spain in 2019.

Rent a boat

Enjoy the island and the Atlantic from a different point of view. You have the possibility to go by catamaran, motorboat and even sailboats.

Visit el Golfo

It is a must if you are in Playa Blanca. Visit El Charco Verde and the restaurants of the zone, which are famous because of their fish dishes.

Marina Rubicón

It is a short walk from Villa Lucia (5 minutes). Marina equipped with restaurants, shops, boat rentals, diving courses, etc.

Visit the Salinas del Janubio

It is a centuries-old cultural space created by the hand of man. Discover how salt has played a fundamental role on the island of Lanzarote.

Visit Los Hervideros

When the Atlantic Ocean is wild and generates strong waves, the impact of the sea against these sea caves creates a spectacle worth seeing. It’s a fantastic place to watch the sunset.

Visit las Montañas del fuego

One of the most unusual and unique experiences in Lanzarote. You can experience first-hand the lunar and volcanic landscape of the island, which has already surprised millions of visitors. If you are travelling with children, it is essential to do the camel tour in Timanfaya.