Most popular Villas in Lanzarote
Highlights in Lanzarote
- Fantastic beaches
- Beautiful volcanic landscape
- Wide recreational offer
- Incredible natural spots
- Unique national park
Most popular amenities for Villas in Lanzarote
Villas in Lanzarote
An impressive volcanic landscape, beautiful beaches and an amazing destination for your next holiday. Book your villa in the capital, Arrecife, to be close to historical sites and monuments. To stay close to nature and beaches you will find a wide array of splendid villas around Playa Blanca and Costa Teguise. To be in the heart of the action, Puerto del Carmen offers the best nightlife you can imagine. Pack your bags and make your way to the Canary Islands to enjoy the break you deserve in Lanzarote.Luxury villas close to the beach
Lanzarote is one of those islands offering different options, including all kinds of travellers. Families enjoying a beach holiday, couples on a romantic getaway or groups of friends enjoying a fun time. The villas are equipped with everything you need and with the charm that gives you the typical Mediterranean architecture, with traditional white facades and blue doors and windows. Most of them are equipped with a terrace, garden and a swimming pool. Properties close to the beach offer fantastic views from the lounge or from outside and still preserve that privacy you are looking for.
Travellers and activities
Lanzarote hosts numerous beaches and coves of impressive beauty that have nothing to envy to those of the Caribbean. With golden stretches of sand, crystal clear waters and surrounded by spectacular landscapes, the beaches of Papagayo, Famara, El Risco, Barranco del Quíquere, La Francesa, Playa Grande, Guacimeta, Los Caletones and Las Conchas are the closest thing to enjoying paradise on Earth. Perfect to enjoy a dip, unwind and practice water your favourite water sports.Lanzarote for nature lovers
In addition to its magnificent beaches, Lanzarote has a wide variety of protected areas that will delight nature lovers and active tourism activities. Declared a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in 1993, volcanoes, lava seas and farmland make up landscapes of unrivalled beauty. Places as impressive as the Natural Park of the Volcanoes, the Timanfaya National Park, the Chinijo Archipelago National Park, the Cave of the Greens and the Jameos del Agua that will leave you breathless.
The aloe vera from Lanzarote is considered amongst the best ones.
Top 7 travel tips in Lanzarote
Admire a hidden gem of nature in the Haria municipality. This grotto, known as the green hole, is a 3.5 mile tunnel that was formed after an eruption. The expert guides can take you through it and you will have the opportunity to admire the interior and the incredible colours lighting up the walls.2. Visit the most famous natural park: Timanfaya
Timanfaya National Park is one of the most visited places in Lanzarote. Its appearance seems to remember a planet of Mars and leaves you in awe the minute you see it. This volcanic landscape was created due to the longest volcanic eruption in the world that lasted for six years and buried the most fertile farmland on the island. An exotic and totally different place where the power of the enormous eruption that generated it is still present in the steam jets of hot water emanating from holes dug in the earth.3. Visit the blind albino crabs in the Jameos del Agua
Located in the north of the island, this is one of the main attractions of Lanzarote. It is formed by tropical gardens that surround an underground lagoon where absolute silence accompanies the blind albino crabs. When leaving the underground space, an extraordinary peace is transmitted to the visitor that helps to purify the soul and the spirit. Every traveller who visits them is amazed by this unique, exclusive and special natural gem.4. El Golfo y la Laguna Verde
A must-visit place in Lanzarote is the Gulf, a half-submerged cone of a volcano. Time has passed by and the sea has been eroding this cone and currently you can only see the wall of the crater that shows a variety of red tones. At the base of this wall there is the Laguna Verde, an aqueous area inhabited by unique microorganisms that give the characteristic emerald green color of this area. One of the most beautiful areas of Lanzarote that is worth seeing.5. Visit the Salinas de Janubio
A must-do activity in the south west of the island is a tour of the Salinas de Janubio. These salt flats produce a special salt from the water pumped into the bay. A stroll along the balck sand beach and the lagoon is the perfect combination for a lovely day out.6. Make a visit to the Pearl of the Canary Islands
Take a day trip to La Graciosa, a small island north of Lanzarote. Take a ferry to the island and spend a day taking pleasant strolls, relaxing by the shore and enjoying a peaceful time with your dearest ones. Montaña Bermeja is the red mountain that lies as a backdrop in contrast with the azure waters of the ocean.7. A trip to Costa Teguise
The east of the island is a great destination for families. In Costa Teguise, you can enjoy endless day activities for the whole family, including kayaking, SUP, snorkelling, diving, windsurfing and sailing. Las Cucarachas Beach gives you a wide selection of these activities. For a relaxed day at the beach with the children, Playa Bastián is an ideal spot to build sandcastles, lie down and read a good book under the Canary sun.