Take a ferry to La Graciosa Island from Orzola in the north of Lanzarote. Enjoy flexible departure and return times and free parking at the ferry…
Sail to the island of La Graciosa and enjoy the quiet beaches on a 6-hour trip. Swim, snorkel, kayak and relax in the blue waters of a natural park…
Drive one of the best off-road buggies, whilst visiting the island's best spots. See volcanoes, villages, sand dunes, main attractions and hidden…
Discover the highlights in the south and the north of Lanzarote on this full-day tour. See volcanoes, camels, El Golfo, the Valley of 1000 Palms,…
Search for dolphins, whales and other marine mammals in their natural habitat aboard a fast boat, and get panoramic views of Lanzarote along the way.…
Cruise the coast of Lanzarote while listening to chilled out music and watching the most amazing sunset you are likely to see on the island. Enjoy a…
Explore and get to know more about Lanzarote. From the North to the South, discover its highlights with this full-day guided bus tour. Lunch is also…
Hop on a luxury catamaran cruise and sail along the coast of La Graciosa with a fresh lunch on board. Discover the quiet beaches as you swim,…
Climb aboard a fast boat to explore the beautiful island of Lobos and look for dolphins in the Atlantic Ocean on a half-day trip. Enjoy a picnic with…
Diverse with flora and fauna on an unparalleled, volcanic landscape, Lanzarote offers a
plethora of sightseeing to visitors who are looking for the perfect getaway. Hike Fire Mountains, relax on sun-drenched beaches and simply enjoy tranquil island life.
Located on the southern coast, the former fishing village of Playa Blanca bustles with life
around its port. It's also near the pristine sands and waters of Papagayo Beaches.
A volcanic eruption formed a lava tube five miles long here 5,000 years ago. A 45-minute
tour leads visitors down two chasms, the Cueva de los Verdes, nearly one mile in length.
Upon reaching the Islote de Hilario lookout point amid the ""Fire Mountains,"" a magma
chamber 2.5 miles below the surface heats up pebbles a few inches underfoot to 212°F.
The five-island chain off the coast comprises a natural park, with the island of La Graciosa
boasting Europe's largest marine reserve. It's also the only one that's inhabited.
The 849-foot peak is all that's left of this once volcanic island of the archipelago.
Uninhabited and a sanctuary for marine birds, the private island sold for 9€ million in 2007.
150 different species live in the park, which also helps to save endangered animals. The
parrot show takes place at 12:00PM, followed by the penguin and otter feeding times.
A 50-foot sculpture of old water tanks is the work of local artist César Manrique. The site
provides a glimpse into the island's past, with the farm house showcasing daily life.
To relax and enjoy a nice vacation, consider a minimum of seven nights. If you have or want
extra time to explore many points around the island, then allow yourself 10 - 14 days in total.
The best way to see the island is to have a rental car. As for public transportation, there are
buses operating within the towns themselves and those that link the main cities (i.e. Arrecife
to Playa Blanca is 55 minutes away).
If you plan to take a day-trip from Playa Blanca to the town of Corralejo on Fuerteventura,
expect to pay no more than 20€ round-trip. You can book directly with companies at the port,
and the journey takes 35 minutes.
You'll find accommodations concentrated in the main coastal cities of Playa Blanca, Puerto del Carmen, Costa Teguise and in the capital city of Arrecife. However, there are also places scattered in small towns around the interior of the island.
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- Temperatures on the island are great year-round, so Lanzarote experiences peaks in the winter and summer, making spring and fall the best times to go if you want to warm weather and fewer crowds. In the fall, the winds die down and the water is warmer from being heated all summer.
What people are saying about Lanzarote
The tour was changed due to covid 19 restrictions and we had to have lunch in the north of the island instead which meant while we saw some extra scenery we spent a lot longer driving in a non air conditioned van that seriously needs its suspension seeing to. plus while you expect a bumpy ride on the off road section you don't expect a kamikaze driver who gets right up behind other cars so he has to keep braking suddenly and give you whiplash or illegally overtake on dangerous bends. That said the stop offs are interesting and worth visiting for anyone interested in the history or geography of the island and of course accessing the best beach on the island. Make sure to bring snorkel gear with you as papagayo beach has amazing fish life. The lunch is excellent too. Be aware that you have to wear a face mask at all times unless eating or drinking so bare this in mind as you will be enclosed in a hot hot van for a lot of the excursion.
The trip was amazing! I had the best time. Fun, chilled, exciting, beautiful scenery. Captain Mike was a proper character and made us feel so welcome. Loui took us out on the donut thingy, was an amazing experience. Then the Italian stallion on board, we’ll he dished me out some lovely paella and had the drinks flowing. We went down the slide into the sea which was a proper laugh. I would definitely recommend this trip to anyone. I took my 9yr old son and he went on the speedboat too. Life jackets for everyone so it’s all safe. There’s a toilet too which is always a bonus. It was brilliantly organised and well worth the money. Book this trip guys! Honestly! Xxx
Was apprenhensive as at 74, I was ticking off a bucket list item but was very nervous. However right from the outset the instructors Connor and Jessica were very clear with their instructions and very reassuring throughout. It was an amazing experience made all the better for having a lot of one on one attention. Can't praise them highly enough. Plus covid 19 precautions all in place. The diving area of Playa Chica is a haven for sealife, like being inside an aquarium!
Very impressed with the crew and the health and safety measures put in place re covid 19. 50% reduced capacity to ensure social distancing, use of facemasks and anti bacterial gel is enforced and some activities require you own equipment such as own snorkels etc. The food was excellent, the music onboard a good range and the day is broken up into different sections so it's not just sitting on a catamaran all day.
Very enjoyable, we didn't see any dolphins or whales unfortunately but that's life, trip was good length especially with kids. fish were fed at the end to encourage them nearby while snorkeling. at this time they quite rightly insisted face masks were worn at all times unless swimming.