Lanzarote Apartments – The best types of accommodation
Lanzarote is an island formed by 300 volcanic cones that give it the appearance of an alien-like landscape. UNESCO declared this island a Biosphere Reserve, where a perfect symbiosis exists between man and the natural habitat, making it a world heritage site. The climate is ideal for enjoying the beach, nightlife, sports, shopping and pubs. If you are all about windsurfing or diving, then Costa Teguise is the spot for you. If you just want to lie out in the sun then Puerto del Carmen is ideal. There are also areas for hiking, bird watching, wine tasting and countryside walks. Whichever choice you make for your long-awaited holiday, you must make a reservation at one of our apartments in Lanzarote so that your trip turns out perfectly.
We have accommodations on the coastline, large luxury apartments as well as charming studios that can be rented out by day. There are entire apartments available to rent for luxury or cheaper holidays, like simply spending a weekend off and de-stressing. Most importantly, there are many different possibilities so that no one misses out on enjoying their stay in Lanzarote. Not to mention the prices, which are the cheapest during any time of the year.
Places to go in Lanzarote
- Playa Blanca is the most important tourist center of the island. There you can find the Flamingo and Dorada Beaches, the Papagayo coves on the cliffs, which are accessible by bicycle or car after paying an entrance toll of € 3, due to it being a natural reserve. The nightlife is found at the boardwalk and in the old downtown area.
- Haria is known as the “Valley of a Thousand Palms”, has lush native plants, amazing scenery at the Peñas del Chache and Risco de Famara mountains, white sandy coves, caves and underground caverns that are part of the Corona Volcano, the Jameos del Agua, the Cave of Los Verdes and the Mirador del Río, from where the incredible Chinijo Archipelago and La Graciosa island can be seen.
- Arrieta has golden sand and a calm sea which makes it ideal for children to swim in at La Garita, close to the naturist beach Charco de Palo, with warm water and the Bañadero de Guatiza. Don’t miss out on a trip to the restaurant Amanecer, they serve fresh, traditionally cooked fish at prices that can’t be beat.
- Costa Teguise is a golden sandy paradise, with blue water and white houses.;Cosmopolitan life surrounded by a natural environment. The restaurants there are known for the freshness of their products, and are a perfect place to stop by after after windsurfing at Las Cucharas beach or swimming at Bastián beach.
- Famara is a surreal landscape shaped by the volcanic massif bearing the same name, that rises above the Atlantic. Rocky, desert-like and magical, it attracts boogie board adventurers. The beaches here are ideal for sailing.
- La Vegueta is an oasis in Lanzarote. Landscapes full of orchards and vineyards leave their mark on the volcanic terrain. It’s an ideal place for hiking, walking through the Timanfaya National Park and relaxing at the beautiful rural houses and villas. We suggest taking a stroll through the charming, rural town of Tao and trying its Mediterranean cuisine.
- Puerto del Carmen is ideal for those who enjoy all types of leisurely activities, with the ocean, fresh air, fun nightlife and exciting activities available during the day. If you enjoy lounge parties in front of the sea or simply hopping from bar to bar, this is the place on the island you must visit.
- Puerto Calero is an exclusive sailing paradise. The Paseo de la Moda has the best high-end shopping and boasts the attractive fountain designed by Paco Cubelo.
- Punta Mujeres is famous for its natural ocean pools and delicious restaurants with fresh produce from the sea.
- Tinajo is known for the magnificent Ermita de los Dolores temple, who worships Our Lady of Sorrows, patroness of the island known by Our Lady of the Volcanoes. This mystical spot is soothing to the soul.
- Yaiza is known for the Salt Marshes of Janubio, Nuestra Patrona de los Remedios Parish and the Las Coloradas Castle, near to the Salt Marshes of Berrugo.
- Órzola is famous for the Caletones de Órzola, a group of coves with crystalline water, and also for the dining area on the Órzola boardwalk.
- La Asomada is known for its traditional villas and houses that come equipped with all the comforts of the city. It’s a destination for hiking and other types of excursions.
- Mácher is impressive with its mansions from last century, including the Molina de Mácher. The Tinasoria Mountain is great for those who enjoy adventure, with a platform for hang gliders and paragliding. There is a very intimate place at the Barranco del Kikere for practicing nudism or the naturist lifestyle.
- Masdache’s viticulture and the El Grifo wineries, with its Wine Museum, tells its story and invite you to taste their musts.
- Caleta del Sebo, on the island La Graciosa, is known for its Nuestra Señora del Carmen or Virgen del Mar Parish, the patroness of the island. The trip is made by catamaran from Órzola and costs €10.
- Nazaret has the most creative entertainment district; the Lagomar restaurant, museum and pub can’t be missed, built at the back of a volcanic cave where the actor Omar Shariff once lived.
- Sóo is a North African village. Calm, quiet and white amid the sand dunes, it’s an ideal place for bird watching enthusiasts.
- La Santa is famous worldwide by surfers for its waves and the La Santa Club frequented by high-performance athletes. Each year they organize the Ironman competition.
- Playa Quemada is known for its blackened volcanic rock sandy beach, calm waters, El Pozo and La Arena coves.
- Uga is ideal for photographers or photography enthusiasts Its desert-like environment surrounded by hills contrasts with the pure white colour of the buildings, palm trees, vineyards and the camels carrying tourists across the hot sand.
- San Bartolomé de Lanzarote is a rural area par excellence. A visit to Casa Ajei is enough to get to know the area, a location that focuses on artistic expression or the Church to identify its architectural heritage.
We have a large variety of cozy and luxurious Lanzarote apartments spread out over the island, close to all the locations previously mentioned.
The Lanzarote accommodation possibilities are extremely varied. For those who love the beach there are many hotels with pools, spas and all the amenities needed for a relaxing stay. There are also blocks of comfortable apartments in front of the sea with incredible views. In the villages and small areas you can find guesthouses as well as families who offer accommodation in their homes. Hostels are the best type of accommodation for those who prefer nightlife. On the other hand, Only-apartments has a wide range of apartments in Lanzarote that offer greater independence for those travelers who wish to enjoy Lanzarote at their own pace.