Lanzarote has rich cultural, historical, and artistic heritage which is evident in each one of its municipalities, towns, and villages.
The most popular tourist areas in Lanzarote are Playa Blanca, Costa Teguise, and Puerto del Carmen. Playa Blanca is in the far south of the island. Puerto del Carmen in the centre of Lanzarote. And Costa Teguise is in the southeast. They are all coastal areas, with dream-like beaches, first-class hotels, and an unbeatable climate all year round. Each one has its own charm and small details that make them unique.
8 kilometres of coastline with golden sand beaches and crystal-clear waters, with the north face of Fuerteventura and the small island of Lobos outlined on the horizon. Most the hustle and bustle is in the town centre, but you can also find plenty of treasures in the surrounding areas, like the Papagayo Beaches (Playas del Papagayo) or the Salinas de Janubio [read more].
Costa Teguise is an ideal spot for anyone looking for tranquillity in a wonderful setting. A destination with unbeatable weather on the shores of the Atlantic. It belongs to the Teguise region, which has the richest historical and cultural heritage of any region on the island [read more].
Puerto del Carmen
Located in an excellent part of the island where the average annual temperature sits around 21ºC. It belongs to the Tias region and is the perfect destination to stay and discover Lanzarote. It is just 15km from the island’s capital Arrecife, very close to the Timanfaya National Park, and just 8km from the airport [read more].
Towns and villages
Small towns, like Arrieta and Punta Mujeres, share the characteristic of being true representations of the authentic feel of the island [read more].