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Lanzarote, a unique island

With its lunar landscapes and its beaches of fine white or golden sand, declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 1993, Lanzarote invites you to an exotic trip less than 4 hours from home. The island offers a multitude of activities for all types of tourists: for those seeking sun, beach, and relaxation, its beaches invite you to lie down and enjoy the wonderful climate of the island.

Papagayo Beach, located at the southern end of the island, has been declared the best beach in Spain in 2019 by the prestigious magazine Condé Nast Traveler. If you prefer to stay near the hotel, the wonderful Playa Grande will be your new favorite place: with more than 1km of extension, little waves and close to the bars and restaurants of Puerto del Carmen, ideal for sunbathing and swimming. If you want to take advantage of your trips to snorkel, the neighboring Playa Chica and its lava rocks will show you the marine treasures that Lanzarote can offer.

Do not leave Lanzarote without discovering its natural, cultural and architectural heritage: the spectacular Timanfaya National Park, with its out-of-this-world volcanoes and landscapes, will amaze you. The artistic legacy of the artist, César Manrique, is also an essential visit of the island: the Jameos del Agua, the Mirador del Río, or the House Museum of César Manrique.

If you love sports, Lanzarote is your paradise: it offers extraordinary landscapes to travel by bicycle, mountain bike, or on foot. Do you like water sports? Puerto del Carmen is the Mecca of diving in Lanzarote! And you can't miss the Atlantic Museum, the only underwater museum in Europe. Its calm seas are also perfect for swimming. If you prefer surfing or windsurfing, you will love Famara.

Relaxation, sports, culture, gastronomy: whatever type of trip you wish to go on, Lanzarote is your perfect island!
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Playa Grande

At the foot of the Plus Fariones Suite Hotel and less than 200m from the Apartments is this extraordinary beach that has more than a kilometer of white sand and crystal clear waters. It has a wide range of services: it has showers, parking, lifeguards and rental of sunbeds and umbrellas. It also has great accessibility for people with reduced mobility.


Capital of Lanzarote since the second half of the 19th century, it offers an immense tourist activity where in its urban layout the streets of the historic center, full of shops, with neighborhoods of great popular flavor, such as San Ginés, share the limelight. Nor should we forget the many existing museums and historical buildings, which allow Arrecife to enjoy an intense cultural life. And, on its seafront, it offers attractive beaches and excellent nautical facilities.
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Art, Culture and Tourism Centers

The Art, Culture and Tourism Centers were created to highlight and protect the beauties of Lanzarote's nature. As a whole, the seven Centers represent a synthesis of the island's natural and cultural values, so your visit is a must to get to know the true essence of Lanzarote. The Lanzarote artist César Manrique was its main creator, who knew how to wisely combine art with the island's nature.
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La Geria

How can the dry island of Lanzarote produce its excellent sweet white wines? The answer is the 'geria', a conical hole dug out of natural layers of volcanic gravel. This peculiar form of cultivation can be seen mainly in the central area of the island, in the section that goes from the Monumento al Campesino to Uga.

Papagayo Beaches

Papagayo is the crown jewel of the beaches of Lanzarote. A kilometre and a half of coastline that hosts several coves of great beauty. Its different beaches are separated by low altitude rocks. The landscape, its turquoise waters and its fantastic climate will make you fall in love.

Salinas de Janubio

The Janubio salt flats, in Lanzarote, are the largest in the Canary Islands and constitute a human landscape of high architectural and cultural value. Today they continue to produce the white gold that was essential to the island's economy until not many decades ago.

The town of Teguise

Located in the northeast of the island of Lanzarote, the town of Teguise was one of the first towns founded in the Canary Islands. Capital of Lanzarote until 1847, it preserves a remarkable set of buildings of great historical-artistic value. The castle of Santa Bárbara, now converted into a Piracy Museum, stands out; the Spínola Palace, located in a stately house from the 18th century; the old church of Guadalupe, and the convent of San Francisco.


Haría, in the north of Lanzarote, is located in the enchanting “valley of a thousand palms”, one of the best native palm groves of the Canary Islands. As the road enters the mountains, this oasis appears in the middle of the pure geology of the island: green lands and crops dotted by the white of the island's popular architecture.

Playa de Famara

In the northwest of the island of Lanzarote, the beach known as Famara beach stretches over more than five kilometers of golden sand. It is located within the Chinijo Archipelago Natural Park, between the fishing village of La Caleta de Famara and the base of the impressive Famara cliff. It unfolds all its beauty at low tide, when the water forms a thin layer on the sand and reflects the sky and the cliff like a gigantic mirror.

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