With all year round sunshine and warm temperatures, stunning scenery, superb beaches, good food, award winning wine, great sports facilities and conditions for triathletes, para gliders, hang gliders, windsurfers, kite surfers, surfers, golfers… need we say more? Join us on a photographic journey of the island and let us know what you think.
A common mistake is that the beaches in Lanzarote are black: not so. This is Papagayo beach in the south of the island.
Swanky Marinas – There are 3 marinas on the island; The new Arrecife Marina, Puerto Calero and Marina Rubicon in Playa Blanca (pictured). Upmarket shops and seafront bars and restaurants.
La Geria Wine Growing Region – Malvasia is the local island grape grown mostly in the La Geria Area and is cultivated using the volcanic ash (called picon)
Great surfing spots – Lanzarote is known as Little Hawaii in the surfing world.
Stunning scenery. The natural beauty of this small volcanic island will take your breath away.
Picturesque, Whitewashed Villages – Haria, pictured, has a Saturday morning Artisan market where you can pick up traditional, hand made gifts.