|Distances: Marina Rubicón: 5.5 nm. Puerto Calero: 13.2 nm. Marina Lanzarote: 21.3 nm.|
|Navigation hazards: In the south there are two dangerous areas of shallows, and another in the northeast, under the lighthouse.|
|Weather conditions: At dusk expect a frequent and intense land breeze in the south of Lanzarote.|
|Mooring: In the bay, next to the jetty.|
The small Isla de Lobos is a popular sailing destination from nearby Marina Rubicon, and also from Puerto Calero or Marina Lanzarote. In response to problems with over-saturation, a daily limit on tourist boats has now been set.
On the leeward side of the island there is a beautiful anchorage area with crystal clear waters, and a small jetty that you can get to with your dinghy. There is a small group of houses nearby plus a restaurant and several sheltered coves.
Being south of Lanzarote, the sail over will usually be downwind, and the return close-hauled. On your return take into account that the island generates a land breeze or, terral wind, which can be powerful and gusty, especially on hot days.