Learn about the history of Fire Mountain
Costa Teguise operates on a much lower key than Puerto del Carmen but is still a fairly lively resort. Many of the restaurants are open late and the resort boasts an excellent selection of bars, both British and local style.
If you’re looking for a more relaxing holiday the resort of Playa Blanca is for you. Playa Blanca is very low key with a variety of open air restaurants providing ocean views across the Bocaina Straits to Fuerteventura. The marina gives Playa Blanca an upmarket feel, and for a change of scenery, you can catch the ferry over to neighbouring Fuerteventura. You’ll also find plenty of boutiques in the centre of Playa Blanca where you can shop until you drop, or wander the traditional stalls and markets looking for those all important holiday souvenirs.
Golf is an up and coming sport on Lanzarote, its slow development is partly due to the dry climate making it difficult to create the lush green courses needed, however a better desalination process now means that this can be achieved.
For a truly amazing day out, enjoy a trip to the Timanfaya National Park. You can take a bus journey round the National Park where you’ll learn about the history of Fire Mountain. After this unforgettable experience you can enjoy a meal in the restaurant, taking in the panoramic views and amazing sunsets. Late deals to Lanzarote are available to book here online at Latedeals.co.uk
Places to Visit
Rancho Texas Night
A fantastic Wild West themed evening out that the whole family will love. Watch the fascinating antics of Cowboys and Indians, breathtaking horse displays, comedy sketches, a bucking bronco and Country and Western dancing, all washed down with a mouth watering barbeque.
Jameos del Agua
Visit a fascinating array of caves and grottoes naturally formed by a volcanic eruption to the north of the island. One of its star attractions is a breathtaking underground concert hall, whilst another is the lagoon which is home to blind, white crabs found only in Lanzarote.
This is a small island in an archipelago, just off the north coast of Lanzarote, and a protected natural area, Biosphere and Marine Reserve. It’s name means ‘Graceful’ and it certainly is.