Lanzarote Travel Guide-Attractions, Eating, Drinking, Shopping & Places To Stay

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Lanzarote Travel Guide-Attractions, Eating, Drinking, Shopping & Places To Stay

Lanzarote Travel Guide-Attractions, Eating, Drinking, Shopping & Places To Stay

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Sandy beaches,good quality restaurants and accommodationand easy access to many of the island's major tourist attractions make Costa Teguise a great base for your holiday in Lanzarote. General Information Location The scenery here is breathtaking whilst the village itself is very atmopsheric. A weekly artisan market takes place here every Saturday, there's a small art gallery located in the old aljibe or water deposit in the main square and César Manrique is also buried in the local cemetry, having lived his final years in a house in Haria. Teguise - La Villa La Cascada in Puerto del Carmen – We found it difficult to find really good restaurants in this town. There are so many tourist traps! We had a good meal at La Cascada though, which included garlic prawns and a very nicely-cooked steak. Do you want to explore the highlights in Spain while staying in nature at the same time? Look no further. Start your tailor-made Spanish adventure in Barcelona before heading off to the mountains - drive your rental car to Andorra and further on to Basque Country. Decide between driving yourself or guided tours.

There are a few popular markets that take place each week in Lanzarote. Haria is a cute town, with a small centre and a few restaurants. It’s also where you’ll find César Manrique’s former home. It’s absolutely spectacular! The colours of the blues, turquoises and whites, the pretty coastline, the natural pools, the little bars… there’s so much to fall in love with here, The Trasmediterránea ferry company. Runs a weekly service from Cádiz to Arrecife, Las Palmas, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Santa Cruz de la Palma.After visiting Timanfaya National Park, we decided to drive to this spot. The 4.2km walking route is well marked out and takes visitors around the perimeter of a volcanic crater, as well as inside it! The walk at Caldera de Los Cuervos was one of my favourite activities in Lanzarote Located just 10 minutes drive from the Airport, Puerto del Carmen is Lanzarote’s busiest, oldest and liveliest resort.

Puerto Calero represents one man's dream and is definitely a place to visit if you appreciate the finer things or have a love of boats, as the marina here is excellent. The Biosphere shopping centre is located at the entrance to the Old Town on Calle Juan Carlos 1, and offers many high street brand shops, cafes and a children’s soft play area. A relatively new installation is an open air cinema on the roof – great in the summer. There is a Lidl supermarket further along Call Juan Carlos I, on the outskirts of town and a reasonably big Superdino Supermarket on the nearby Calle Reina Sofia. There are many smaller Hiperdino Express tourist supermarkets located throughout the resort, though these are more expensive. Getting there and around However these factors become far less salient from around March onwards, although it still remains more exposed to the winds. During the summer months this breeze can be a real god send and it is important to note that there are also plenty of very still and calm days all year round. What to DoIn the far south, Fuencaliente’s bare, volcano-studded landscape produces distinctive malvasia vines; visit wineries such as Bodegas Teneguía, and drive to the wonderfully scenic salt flats, beach and lighthouse on the island’s southernmost tip. To see the magical side of Manrique’s vision in situ, head toJameos del Agua. The first visitor attraction Manrique designed, this mood-music accompanied fantasy journey through a gorgeous volcanic grotto and underground lagoon really is out-of-this-world. Not everybody wants to stay in a holiday resort, and Lanzarote offers two great alternatives for those people – Arrecife and rural Lanzarote. Wait until you see the magnificent Charco Verde in Lanzarote. This green lake is simply breath-taking! I’d recommend driving to the small village of El Golfo and parking close to the mirador (viewpoint). It’s a short walk to the spot where you can see the lake from above, and take in its unique shade of green. You have to visit Charco Verde – Lanzarote’s green lake Like Carmen, it has loads of shops, bars and restaurants, so you’re never short of things to do. The accommodation tends to be larger in Costa Teguise, with bigger complexes and hotels, and more multi-room apartments. There are a number of all inclusive hotels in the resort, as well as adult only and sports hotels. There are several supermarkets in town, but the shopping choice isn’t as good as Puerto del Carmen’s.

Lanzarote’s increasingly lauded wine region, known for its volcanic malvasia grape, is best savoured with local experts Wine Tours Lanzarote, who visit independent wineries as well as La Geria’s big-name bodegas. For the lunar-like Parque Nacional de Timanfaya, sidestep the crowds by hiking the coastal Ruta del Litoral path, or hop over into the Parque Natural de los Volcanes. Spain is well known for its amazing wines and this tailor-made trip to The Lands of Wine allows you to explore two famous regions: Ribera del Duero and La Rioja. Four different wineries, from traditional to modern, and many restaurants on the way await your visit.

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The main beach-front strip (Avenida de las Playas) runs along Playa Grande and is lined with bars, restaurants, ice cream parlours and shops, though the best restaurants are mainly to be found in the Old Town and Harbour. In the rugged, elevated heart of the island, explore Teror (with its 18th-century church and weekly local market) and Artenara, the highest village (known for its cave houses). And go walking around pretty Tejeda, the much-photographed Roque Nublo and Gran Canaria’s tallest peak, Pico de las Nieves (1,949m). If time allows, squeeze in Agüimes, Temisas, Fataga and San Bartolomé de Tirajana, or head further south to mellow Mogán and, beyond, to the protected Maspalomas dunes.



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