The Playa Quemada Beaches are five charm places of volcanic black sand, for of Far from the most crowded places for tourism on the island.
Junto con las playas del norte de Fuerteventura, la de Las Conchas es con seguridad la playa más utilizada en las fotografías de promoción turística del Archipiélago Canario. El paraíso existe, y está más cerca de lo que pensamos.
If it’s true that certain places have a special energy, then Famara Beach is definitely one of them. The ideal time to enjoy is at low tide.
The Charcones is a series of beautiful naturally formed rock pools that are found at different points along approx. 5.5 km of the southwest coast of Lanzarote between Playa Blanca and Janubio.
Puerto del Carmen beaches are in the first tourist area in Lanzarote. Before visitors began to arrive, it was a relatively insignificant area but one blessed with spectacular beaches.
The Playa Honda beaches are in a popular town which appeals because of its central location, its business and shopping facilities, as well as its restaurants and of course, its beaches.
Costa Teguise is the least touristy of Lanzarote’s resorts. Costa Teguise beaches have a sporty feel, with numerous runners, cyclists and windsurfers making the most of the facilities.
The Playa Blanca Beaches are linked by a pedestrian promenade which runs along the coast. Here’s a list of beaches that you’ll come across.
The Charco del Palo coastline is rocky but it has sandy areas. The rocky terrain means that in general it’s only nudists who come here.
if you live or are staying in the capital El Reducto Beach is a good option for a spot of relaxing sunbathing (there is a sunbed rental service) and for taking a dip.
La Garita Beach has a lively family atmosphere, especially in the summer months, when many Lanzarote residents move here to their second homes in the north.
Papagayo beaches are one of the best-known images on tourist postcards of the island, and for good reason! Their white sand and crystal clear waters give them unparalleled appeal.