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Of course, it’s not all the beach bum lifestyle. Feel like learning something new in Lanzarote? Make sure you check out the Cesar Manrique Foundation and the Whale and Dolphin Museum. Of the many fascinating museums in the city, these two get the most attention from the travellers.
Tiring of the crowds? Then escape the bustling streets by exploring the nearby nature reserves, such as Timanfaya National Park and Mirador del Rio. Both are great for hiking and birdwatching, and there are even facilities that allow you to enjoy lunch or a drink in the preserves’ beautiful grounds.
Lanzarote is also known for its top notch golfing. Tee off at one the area’s excellent golf courses. Work on your drives and putting and book a few holes at Lanzarote Golf Resort or Costa Teguise Golf Club. What better way to get active while relaxing?
For those holidaying in Lanzarote with children, discover a world of family fun at Rancho Texas Park. Don't miss the chance to visit this fun-filled and engaging attraction, offering ear-to-ear smiles for the young and the young at heart. There are also an abundance of water parks around the island, which offer an ideal way to cool down in the hot Canary Island sun.
Bit of a shopaholic? Indulge in some retail therapy and amble through the boutique shops and big brand stores of the Deiland Shopping Centre. It is a vibrant place packed with fashion, accessories, fresh produce and is great places to eat too.
Why not visit Cactus Garden where visitors can spend time outdoors enjoying the local flora and fauna? It’s a great place for the artists amongst you to pull out your sketch pad, or if you’re not that way inclined just soak up the sunshine. This park is the perfect place to unwind.
Create memories, admire the educational displays and discover a range of animal habitats at Guinate Animal Park, an exciting zoo. Learn about some of the zoo’s more unusual animals and ask about feeding times to see if you can participate.
Lanzarote is an ideal getaway for all the family. Book a trip with Expedia now.
A: Rent a car and feel like a local, not a tourist. Jump into the driver's seat and explore everything that Arrecife and Tias have to offer, from major attractions to hidden treasures. Your own set of wheels is also a must if you intend to adventure around the region of Las Palmas or farther afield. Cheap Car Hire in Lanzarote? We've got you covered.
A: Grab your passport and get ready to hop on your flight to Arrecife Airport (ACE-Lanzarote). It's likely you'll be on one of the 985 international flights that operate monthly from this major airport in Lanzarote.
A: You're spoiled for choice when it comes to accommodation in Lanzarote. The most popular places are apartments. But if that's not quite your thing, you can also pick from villas, private holiday homes, hotels and much, much more.
A: However much you'd like it to. Lock in a car, flight or hotel. You can also save yourself some time by bundling together any combination of these. Why not check out some attractions and activities to top it off?
A: The easiest way to save money is to bundle your bookings with the help of Expedia. Hotels, Flights and Car Rentals can be made into a neat little package deal — doing this will save you some time as well. Keep this in mind before you make your booking.
A: To kick things off, you could head to Bodegas Stratvs and El Charco de San Gines. If you plan to be in Arrecife for an extra day or two, Costa Teguise Golf Club is another favourite among travellers.
Timanfaya Sub, Fariones Sports Centre and Playa Chica are highly recommended if Tias is where you'll be spending most of your time.
But if you're only going to be in Teguise, you still won't be left wanting for options. Easy Diving, Atelier Los Charcos and LanzaroteKite Sup Surf are just the start.
Loved the direct access to the coastal path. Only a 2 minute walk to Playa Flamingo. Aqua fit in the horizon pool was good fun. Always plenty of sunloungers available and beach towels were provided in the room free of charge. Very large variety of food at breakfast and dinner. Mixed quality. But ...
This was our second time at Club La Santa. We always enjoy this extraordinary place. The only problem we had was on the apt kitchen. Don’t leave any kind of food open on the counter because ants may take care of it. Cleaning lady helped us to solve this problem. On the other hand this place is 100% ...
Taxi from airport approx. 15 euros - rank right outside airport. Hotel is very relaxing, wonderful entrance hall & beautiful surroundings - hardly need to go outside for anything, but if there is a local supermarket across the road and a number of restaurants, tourist shops within easy walking distance. ...
I had visited this hotel before and found it excellent. On this occasion I believe because of the Coronavirus situation that the hotel management should have cancelled my booking and returned my money,via Expedia the agent I booked through. On the day we travelled the hotel's website was still showing ...
Perfectly situated across the promenade from a glorious beach, the hotel has all the facilities and privacy you might wish for. Only downside is the high cost of the evening buffet meals, but there are plenty of restaurants close by.
Excellent value for money. Cannot fault room, staff or food. Well stocked supermarket on site. Quiet location, but fairly hilly situation, not ideal for people with mobility problems. Evening entertainment ok. My past job in travel included H&S checks. Marble floors in reception/restaurant were slippery ...