Most popular Villas in Matagorda
Highlights in Matagorda
- Lunar and volcanic landscape
- Fantastic beaches
- Family destination
- Delicious food and beers
- Camel rides
Most popular amenities for Villas in Matagorda
Villas in Matagorda
Matagorda is considered by many, as an extension of Puerto del Carmen but this small location, together with Los Pocillos beach, is a quiet and pleasant spot to get away from the bustling neighbour. There is a great selection of villas around the island, but in the area of Matagorda, you can find exclusive villas in residential areas and communal facilities and landscaped gardens. The villas are close to excellent beaches, great amenities and some of the best eateries on the island!Fabulous villas with views
With plenty of villas to choose from, Matagorda offers you the best private owned villas to cater every traveller’s needs along the 5 miles of the golden sandy Matagorda beach and it retains a special spirit with low buildings that will not block the views from the balcony of your villa. Great views, lovely outdoors and spacious interiors with modern touches to enjoy a fabulous time in Matagorda.
Travellers and activities
The life here revolves around Matagorda beach! This recently built place is home to modern facilities and beautiful, quiet beaches. The spacious sandy area is ideal to spend the day laying down under the sun, swimming and playing by the shore. If you prefer, you can also hire some loungers and umbrellas. Relaxation is the key. You can also enjoy the neighbouring Playa de los Pocillos. So it is time to take your swimming suit, your sunglasses and get ready to hit the beach!Matagorda for family holidays
Much more relaxed than the hustling and buzzing Puerto del Carmen, Matagorda is an ideal destination for families with children. The beach is a great option for the day and the promenade, the resturants and the lovely outdoors offer a variety of activities to enjoy with the little ones. Along the promenade you can join people jogging, cycling and skating. There are no water sports on offer here so everything is more relaxed and slow-paced.
Did you know the European Space Agency trains its astronauts in Lanzarote? It might be because the island has been compared to Mars?
Top 7 travel tips in Matagorda
Avenida de las Playas is the name of this lovely promenade. In the afternoon and early evenings, people flock to stroll along or exercise. Enjoy a nice walk, eat an ice cream or simply admire the beauty of the sea. Wait for the sun to go down and gaze at the horizon as you prepare to head to one of the great eateries around to enjoy a nice dinner by the sea.2. Morning Hatha Yoga in Puerto del Carmen
Start your day energising your body. To do so, go to Puerto del Carmen and enjoy a nice yoga session on the sand. Listen to the gentle waves coming and going as you start moving your body into a continuous flow revitalising your mind as well. Namaste!3. Visit the Timanfaya
A visit to the Timanfaya National Park is a unique experience and a must while on the island. The incredible volcanic landscape covers part of Lanzarote and it was created by the continuous volcanic eruptions for about 6 years in the early 1700s. Get on the bus that takes you around the park on the “Volcano Route”, have a bite at El Diablo restaurant and experience the Fire Mountains geothermal anomalies.4. A sea trek diving
Have you ever been underwater? If you haven’t tried diving before, there is a new and different diving system. These innovative helmets allow beginners to go 3 or 4 metres underwater for half an hour or an hour. Feel what it’s like to be breathing covered by water and experience a zero gravity sensation as if you were on the moon! Maybe this will awaken your curiosity for diving.5. Enjoy a camel ride
Go around the Timanfaya on a camel or enjoy a whole day tour around the island to visit the lesser-known spots of Lanzarote. Admire the volcanic panoramic views, the green lagoon, go past the Timanfaya and stop for a quick bite and sip of local wine.6. Explore the underwater world in a submarine!
Admire the seabed of Puerto Calero on board a submarine for an hour. Go into the deep waters of the ocean and discover the beauty of this water paradise from the comfort of your seat. Take a deep breath and relax… The adventure will start and the submarine will start its journey. Let the immersion begin!7. Indulge in Canary flavours
You will have plenty of options for lunch and dinner. Enjoy the Canary cuisine and indulge in some of the best recipes on the island. Have some traditional “Papas arrugas and green mojo” which are literally wrinkled potatoes. Try some limpets, grilled octopus, goat meat and the traditional gofio, a toasted flour that gives food a unique flavour and it is used in many desserts. For savoury dishes, try mojo de gofio and gofio escaldado. You will also find the traditional Spanish tapas and the best beers and wines to pair them with, especially the CCC pale ales including Dorada Pilsen, Dorada Sin, Tropical Premium or Tropical Lemon.