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Sunshine, idyllic beaches, and warm waters are just the start. Lanzarote boasts an impressive natural variety, with more than 300 volcanic peaks which create a fascinating lunar landscape tinged with pink, purple, and ochre. But there are also subterranean caves, tunnels, and lakes which entice even the calmest of visitors to seek adventure. Needless to say, Lanzarote is a paradise for surfers, with perfect waves year-round; and if that is not enough, it is rumoured that the island was part of the lost city of Atlantis.

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Timanfaya National Park
Timanfaya National Park, Lanzarote

Also known as Montañas del Fuego (Fire Mountains), this area boasts an interesting variety of geological phenomena and contains a particular endemic flora unique to this high subterranean temperature. All this makes Timanfaya a living laboratory for biological research and one of the most exceptional natural habitats in Europe. UNESCO designated the Timanfaya volcanic field as a national park in 1993.

Puerto del Carmen
Puerto del Carmen, Lanzarote

Low, sugar-lump houses and over six kilometres of golden sandy beaches: welcome to Lanzarote’s luxury tourist centre. Puerto del Carmen has much to offer when it comes to restaurants, nightlife and shopping. With good wines and evening strolls on the beach promenade, this is the ultimate relaxation experience.

Casa De La Playa
Calle la Garita 1, Arrieta

In this popular restaurant right on Playa Blanca visitors can have fresh fish, caught daily, and the best traditional Canarian dishes. It is also a good choice for tasty tapas, accompanied by refreshing cocktails and beers. The boquerones fritos are highly recommended.

Restaurante Mar Azul
Avenida Marítima 42, Yaiza

For fresh fish, visit Mar Azul, where a very professional and prepared staff will be happy to guide you to make an informed choice through its varied menu. It is also perfect for a romantic dinner, thanks to its location right by the ocean.

Teguise Market
Villa de Teguise, Lanzarote

In Lanzarote’s old capital, Teguise, there is a market every Sunday from 8:30am to 2pm. Here you can find everything from jewellery and paintings to local wines. Furthermore, locals normally go there to do their weekly shopping, as it offers fresh and local products of all sorts.

Arts and Crafts Market in Pueblo Marinero
Pueblo Marinero, Lanzarote

On Friday evenings Pueblo Marinero is animated by an arts and crafts market. Despite its fairly small size, you can find a great variety crafts, which makes it the perfect place to find nice souvenirs while taking a relaxing walk in this lovely village.

Lanzarote Airport, Lanzarote

César Manrique-Lanzarote Airport, also known as Lanzarote Airport and Arrecife Airport, is the airport serving the island of Lanzarote in the Canary Islands. The local bus (line 22) stops right outside the Arrivals Hall, and the journey to Arrecife takes around 15 minutes. It runs from 6:55 am to 10:40 pm Monday to Friday, every 25 minutes. Taxis and car rental companies, like Avis and Europcar, are represented at the airport. It is strongly suggested to avoid taxis from points other than the official taxi rank. At the moment, there aren’t Uber or any rideshare services available at Lanzarote Airport.

Passport / Visa

Spain can be visited visa-free for up to 90 days by citizens of Australia, New Zealand, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Malaysia, Israel, UAE and most countries in America. If you are unsure whether or not you need to apply for a visa, we recommend contacting the embassy or consulate in your country. International (non-Schengen) travelers need a passport that is valid for at least 3 months after the end of their intended trip in order to enter the Schengen zone. Citizens of Schengen countries can travel without a passport, but must have a valid ID with them during their stay.

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