Luxury 5 bed villa in private location with seperate heated large pool and baby pool making it ideal for families or luxury on your own.
Luxury detached villa within walking distance of the town. Private heated pool, broadband internet access and high quality air conditioning to lounge & master bedroom.
Luxury three bedroom villa with lovely sea and mountain views and private heated salt water pool. Only fifteen minutes walk to the beach.
Luxury firstline four bedroom villa on the seafront of Playa Blanca by Faro Pechiguera with panoramic sea views, beautiful sunsets and 12 heated pool, pool table. Quiet and private area.
Adults only villa features a large terrace which catches the sun all day, and has fabulous mountain views. Beyond the electrically heated swimming pool
Large 5 bed 3 bathroom villa with the added addition of air con in all bedrooms. Table tennis, pool table, heated pool and a hot tub. Quite location but only a 5 min drive to the beach and the town.
Villa Victoria is a private vactional rental home offering exceptional comfort we offer on change over days whats app video tours please book your tour direct with us, located in Costa Teguise
Villa Lillos with stunning sea and mountain views just 5 euro taxi away from the main town of Costa Teguise 3 bed 3 bath + extra bed sleeps 7 in beds + sofa bed- situated on Costa teguise golf estate
Fantastic 4 bedroom Villa with Hot tub, private pool and amazing views - all on ground level, wheel chair accessible Wifi, full uk and international channels, off road parking....
Private villa with gated 360 gardens, private all year heated pool & 9 Hole Putting Green, unbroken sea & mountains views. The perfect location for quiet, romantic and family get-away holidays
Perfect for that special celebration or a relaxing holiday. The villa can sleep up to 10 people. Very private with a heated pool, shallow end for children,hot tub, indoor pool table, table football.
This beautiful villa is located in the exclusive resort town of Puerto Calero, on the southwest coast of Lanzarote in the Canary Islands. The villa boasts a stunning modern design
Villa Citrus- Playa Blanca - Heated private pool, air conditioning
Beautiful property, perfect for a family or romantic getaway. Private Villa comes with 2 bedrooms a pool, and, less than 5 minutes walk to the nearest beach. The property has free fiber optic WIFI.
Fantastic location with wonderful sea views and great views of Fuerteventura; only a 3 minute walk to the promenade and a 10 minute walk to the family friendly beach, the diving centre and restaurants
Fab 3 Bed villa with heated pool in the heart of Puerto Del Carmen
Private, detached 3 bed villa in commanding location. 2 heated swimming pools/Indoor and outdoor BBQ/Large garden/Private terraces/FREE WIFI Dedicated manager/Laundry & cleaning services included
Incredible 6 Bed / 5 Bath Villa in Puerto Calero
3 bed 2 BR Villa, Bungalow Style, private heated pool, BBQ aircon, wifi, Smart TV, 10 min walk to Rubicon Marina
Cosmic Villas is delighted to present one of the finest stays available in all of Lanzarote!
This 2 bedroom villa is located in Puerto del Carmen and sleeps 4 people. It has barbeque facilities and air conditioning. The villa is within walking distance of a beach and a restaurant.
This 2 bedroom villa is located in Puerto del Carmen and sleeps 4 people. It has barbeque facilities. The villa is within walking distance of a beach and a restaurant.
This 3 bedroom villa is located in Puerto del Carmen and sleeps 6 people. It has air conditioning. The villa is within walking distance of a beach and a restaurant.
This 3 bedroom villa with private pool is located in Tías and sleeps 6 people. It has air conditioning.
This 1 bedroom villa with shared pool is located in Playa Blanca and sleeps 3 people. It has a garden and barbeque facilities. The villa is within walking distance of a beach and a restaurant.
This 2 bedroom villa with shared pool is located in Playa Blanca and sleeps 3 people. It has a garden and barbeque facilities. The villa is within walking distance of a beach and a restaurant.
This 3 bedroom villa with private pool is located in Las Breñas and sleeps 6 people.
This 3 bedroom villa is located in Las Coloradas and sleeps 6 people. It has air conditioning. The villa is near a beach and within walking distance of a restaurant.
This 2 bedroom villa with private pool is located in Tías and sleeps 4 people. It has a garden, barbeque facilities and parking nearby.
This 3 bedroom villa with shared pool is located in Castillo del Águila and sleeps 6 people. It has a garden, barbeque facilities and air conditioning. The villa is near a beach.
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Lanzarote is a holidaymaker's paradise with otherworldly surroundings, year-round sunshine and clear, warm waters. It’s the easternmost island in the Canary archipelago and its striking black and red landscape and dark sand beaches together with its unspoiled lush green countryside make you feel like you're on another planet. Discover the beauty of its unusual volcanic soil and striking rocky terrain, as the region's refreshing silence simply invites you to unwind and recharge your batteries among the volcanoes, lava tubes and world-class beaches.
The island is served by a single airport - Aeropuerto de Lanzarote. It’s a swift 4-hour flight directly from the UK to Lanzarote. It’s always a good idea to check with the owner or agent on Clickstay whether they organise a transfer from the airport to the accommodation. Otherwise, there are always taxis and public buses available, and you can hire a vehicle. The best choice of transfer usually varies depending on whether you’re travelling alone, with friends or family.
Lanzarote is a land of diversity, from the quiet and sophisticated Playa Blanca with its beaches, coves and beautiful marina, to the purpose-built resort of the Costa Teguise with its traditional markets, museums, day trips and, of course, wonderful coast offering an abundance of water sports. For more earthly pursuits, the island's most popular resort, Puerto del Carmen, is the perfect place to let your hair down, with lively lounges, cocktail bars and nightclubs. Lanzarote is no doubt intriguing and different – not only when compared to other Canary Islands, but also when compared to locations across the globe.
When you think of an unspoilt paradise where you can get away from it all and simply stroll along empty golden beaches, the image you have in your head most likely looks like La Graciosa off the north coast of Lanzarote. The Blue Flag beaches of Los Pocillos and Matagorda are expansive and excellent for families. Among beaches in Yaiza district, Playa Blanca, Dorada and Flamingo stand out for their white sand and proximity to the town. However, without a doubt, the nearby Papagayo beach is the jewel of the region with its network of fine white sandy coves. For peaceful family trips, head to the quiet beach of El Reducto in Arracife.
Spain holds the top spot when it comes to golfing holidays; and thought there are only two golf courses on Lanzarote, it’s more than enough to accommodate the game enthusiasts booking a tee time here. Green fairways look surreal on red and ochre-coloured soil, not to mention that the lush palm-encircled Costa Teguise Golf Course, under Montaña de Tahíche, looks nothing less than numinous. Lanzarote Golf Course is just a tad closer to the coast in comparison to the one in the Costa Teguise and with less palm trees surrounding it, but boy does it open up a spectacular view toward Puerto del Carmen. Both courses are well-maintained, and both are 18 holes par 72. Lanzarote Golf is a public course built in 2008, while the course in Costa Teguise is a private one, built in 1978.
Explore the extraordinary, lunar-like scenery of Timanfaya National Park on the back of a camel, or enjoy the harmonic merging of nature and art at Jameos del Aqua, the legacy of famous Lanzarote artist César Manrique. Aside from being a shoppers' paradise, Arrecife has a rich history, which can be found in its 18th Century Castle of San José, home to the International Museum of Contemporary Art. This historic gem, where past and present collide, is a must-see. The longest volcanic lava tube in the world, the Tunnel of Atlantis, is a popular tourist attraction in Haría district; leave behind the sunshine and explore the enchanting underground secrets of La Cueva de los Verdes. Walk through the rugged volcanic terrain of the island's largest wine-making region, La Geria, and take in the unique atmosphere and savour one of its delicious Malvasia wines.
An abundance of family-friendly beaches in Lanzarote should keep the little ones occupied, at least for a while. Once they’ve had enough time to deduce the beach is just sand and water, you’re in a pickle. Perfect for a day out with the family is the animal and water park Rancho Texas Lanzarote in Tías district. Enjoy wandering around, watching the animals and splashing out in pools and slides. If you’re in the Costa Teguise, the local Aquapark has some great slides and pools kids adore. There are two water parks in Playa Blanca - Dino Water Park is a Jurassic-themed water park and Aqualava Water Park offers water slides, a lazy river, a wave pool and an artificial beach. When you’ve dried off, go and see Lanzarote Aquarium in Costa Teguise. It is small, but with loads of underwater species to see.
There are taxis aplenty on the island - you can grab one at the taxi rank just outside the airport or flag one down on the streets. Taxis are relatively inexpensive and a transfer from the airport to Playa Blanca costs between 40 and 50 Euros. Lanzarote’s buses are cheaper than taxis, but only connect major towns. The service costs between 1 and 5 Euros, depending on the destination. The island is relatively small - it’s an hour’s drive between the two farthest-apart resorts - so hiring a car might not be a bad idea either, especially if travelling with kids.
You’ll find lots of cheap places to grab a quick meal in every resort in Lanzarote - fast food joints, tapas and regular bars all serve at least pizzas and hamburgers. However, there are also plenty of fine dining operations with prices ranging from low to high. Sample the gastronomical delights of food that has been cooked using geothermal heat of volcanoes in the famous El Diablo restaurant - the food and prices are okay but the setting is out of this world. What to say about Jameos del Agua Restaurante, except you’ve gotta see this. The restaurant is in a volcanic tunnel, and offers a surprisingly good choice of dishes. Sebastyan's Restaurant is a delightful Mediterranean eatery in Playa Blanca. Food, ambience, service - everything is excellent here.
As the island's most famous resort, Puerto del Carmen is without a doubt the main destination for party goers since it boasts the largest cluster of bars, pubs and nightclubs. Playa Blanca follows behind, with a lovely selection of bars and just a couple of nightclubs. The town is still finding its way from being a humble fishing village to being a rather popular resort. If you fancy yourself a night owl but somehow always end up in bed by 11, then Costa Teguise has some awesome karaoke bars for you. Bars rarely stay open after midnight here.
Arrecife is a shoppers' paradise, and offers loads of elegant boutiques. It’s famous for the long pedestrian road crowded with shops, boutiques and high-end retail outlets. It attracts many tourists who come to make the most of its endless shopping possibilities. Biosfera Plaza Shopping Centre in Puerto del Carmen is a shopping mall with upmarket stores, fast food restaurants and a small horse carousel for children. There is a nice little cluster of supermarkets and shopping centres in Playa Honda. You can find all kinds of merchandise being sold here. But nothing beats wandering through a street market, grab-holding the merchandise from the stalls and haggling with the person selling it. This is best done on Teguise Sunday Market in Costa Teguise. The market is quite extensive, don’t get lost.
Take a look at our blog posts about where to go in Lanzarote and what to do on your holiday in Lanzarote.
Lanzarote is, without a doubt, THE hippest island in the Canaries right now. It's dramatic natural landscape and laid-back lifestyle is attracting eco-travellers, hippies, surfers and yogis from all over the planet. Here's why...
Lanzarote may have gained a reputation for being a bit grotty. Some believe that the beaches are all sprinkled with washed-up rubbish and covered with tourists lazing on the beach, slowly turning a delightful shade of lobster… But look outside the tourist resorts (cough, cough... Costa Teguise), and beyond the Irish bars, and you'll find a peaceful island with stunning natural scenery and plenty of traditional family-run tapas restaurants.
Located just off the coast of West Africa, Lanzarote offers year-round sunshine. But that's not the only reason to go to this unique island destination! Playa Blanca, with its large stretch of golden sand, marina full of large yachts, tax-free shopping and quintessential cafés is perfect for a sophisticated winter sun holiday, whilst Costa Teguise accommodates summer tourists perfectly with busy markets, museums, day trips and of course, a stunning beach. And if that isn't tempting enough, here are 7 other reasons why you absolutely MUST put Lanzarote on your bucketlist...
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