Amazing Arrecife city in Lanzarote-The beautiful capital of Lanzarote island

Lanzarote the beautiful Canary island of Spain surrounded by Atlantic ocean is one of the top holidaying destination in Spain and almost in entire Europe that let you spend a spectacular vacation with your family and friends. When you’re in Lanzarote you can’t miss exploring the Arrecife city, not only for being the capital of Lanzarote island but definitely for being the largest city in Lanzarote with beautiful attractions. From Lanzarote airport, you can reach Arrecife city by travelling just 6 kilometres towards east and there’ll be many public transport facilities available at Lanzarote airport’s door-step for tourists. If it’s saturday and you’re in Arrecife, then you must definitely visit Arrecife’s popular Handicraft market(only on Saturdays) in the morning and to taste and buy local-made products, food and souvenirs here. You should never miss the exciting experience of visiting Castle of Saint Gabriel when you’re in Arrecife, Lanzarote. You have many other attractions such as Charco San Gines(natural sea water lagoon with beautiful church), Playa del Reducto(Arrecife’s main beach) and vibrant cafés, restaurants spread all over the city. Exploring Arrecife is one of the best and enjoyable holidaying activity you shall put yourself into, while holidaying in Lanzarote.

Haría village in Lanzarote-Must visit this Lanzarote’s charming country-side village

Lanzarote, one among Spain’s Canary islands is a beautiful destination with attractions and amazing holiday villas to stay & enjoy ‘good holidaying’ with family and friends in Lanzarote. One of the beautiful and picturesque village you shall visit in Lanzarote to spend your day with sunshine, warmth and peace is the Haría village, located in ‘the valley of 1000 palms’ in northern part of Lanzarote island. From Lanzarote’s main city centre you can reach the Haría village by travelling nearly 27 kilometres towards northern-most west direction. Haría village looks so beautiful with ornate churches, whitewashed buildings built in cobbled streets and also fascinating museums, especially the Casa Museo (Museum Home) of the world famous Lanzarote Artist César Manrique who took architecture to greater extent with new ideas and designs in Spain. If you visit the Haría village on Sundays, you’ll be able to visit the lively markets of Haría, where you can taste delicious local foods and shop products of local craftsmen selling art, textiles and local jewellery. Visiting the Haría village will make you admire the exact country side beauty of Lanzarote.

Heard about ‘Pirate Museum’ in Lanzarote? – Interesting museum to visit in Lanzarote

Pirate Museum-Lanzarote

Lanzarote, the spectacular canary island of Spain surrounded by Atlantic is all about beautiful attractions and holiday villas that let you enjoy the best holidaying with your family and friends in Lanzarote. When you’re in Lanzarote, there are few destinations which you can never see anywhere but in Lanzarote and one such interesting destination(museum) to visit in Lanzarote island is the Pirate Museum (or) Museo de la Piratería. You can reach the Pirate museum by travelling just 5 kilometres from Lanzarote’s main city and you can found the museum in the Santa Bárbara castle which is built on the top of Guanapay mountain in Teguise of Lanzarote. Taking the guided tours available at the Pirate museum can make your experience better in Lanzarote and to gain proper details about “Why there is a museum of ‘Pirates’ in Lanzarote?”. By owning beautiful seafront views and ancient architected ambience, the Pirate Museum (or) Museo de la Piratería is definitely an interesting destination you can’t miss in Lanzarote.

Popular Papagayo Beach in Lanzarote-Unique beauty of Lanzarote

Lanzarote, the beautiful Canary island of Spain surrounded by the Atlantic is filled with alluring attractions and amazing holiday villas, beachfront villas with luxurious ambience, profound services, and that’s what make people fly to Lanzarote to spend their holidays with family and friends. One of the best beach in Lanzarote that stretch into several beautiful beaches is the popular Papagayo Beach(Playa de Papagayo) which is located in the southern-most of Lanzarote island. From Lanzarote’s main city you can reach the Papagayo Beach in south by traveling 30-40 kilometres and there is something suitable for everyone who visits Papagayo Beach to enjoy, irrespective of being kid (or) adult. Papagayo Beach(Playa de Papagayo) looks so beautiful with crystalline water and also emerald green water, touching the white sand shore all the time. Waters are shallow, which is suitable for family and kids forming natural swimming pools in Papagayo Beach(Playa de Papagayo). When you’re looking for a serene & tranquil beach day with picturesque views while holidaying in Lanzarote, then you shall definitely visit Papagayo Beach(Playa de Papagayo) in Lanzarote.

Las pardelas park in Lanzarote-Visit with family and kids in Lanzarote

Lanzarote, the amazing Canary island surrounded by Atlantic is packed with many beautiful attractions that let you enjoy a vibrant holidaying with family and friends. One of the typical Lanzarote’s landmark and recreational park with park, zoo and gardens to visit in Lanzarote is the popular Las pardelas park located in Orzola, a main town in northern Lanzarote. You can reach the Las pardelas park by traveling nearly 16 kilometres towards north from Lanzarote’s main town in the island of Lanzarote. You can enjoy donkey rides, feeding food for animals, and taste good food that possess the touch of authentic Lanzarote cuisine along with wines made traditionally in Lanzarote. The Las pardelas park in Lanzarote is definitely one good place to take kids and family when you’re holidaying in Lanzarote.

Playa de la Cera beach in south Lanzarote-Beautiful beach in the tip of Lanzarote

Lanzarote, the Canary island of Spain surrounded by alluring Atlantic have lots of beautiful attractions and exquisite beaches with beachfront villas and beachfront resorts to enjoy a perfect holidaying with family and friends. If you’re looking for a total calm atmospheric, naturally unspoilt, less-crowded beach day when you’re in Lanzarote, then you must know about the unique Playa de la Cera beach in southern Lanzarote. You can reach the Playa de la Cera beach by traveling nearly 38 kilometres towards southern tip but east coastal line of Lanzarote from the main city of the island. Being surrounded by rock cliffs and limited flora, the Playa de la Cera beach looks beautiful with turquoise crystalline water which is really good for swimming and the sandy shore where you can get the best ‘sunbaths’ of Lanzarote island in abundance but you shall backpack water and food based on your needs. To reach out amenities like food, cafés, showers, restaurants you must head to the nearby village to Playa de la Cera beach, but when you definitely looking to avoid crowd and enjoy a beach day which is nearly ‘private’, then you shall consider Playa de la Cera beach in Lanzarote.

Lanzarote’s Jameos del Agua – Dine & walk-in between volcanic rocks

Lanzarote, the Canary island of Spain surrounded by the Atlantic have dozens of amazing destinations along with volcanic landscapes, and a wide range of holiday villas available across the Lanzarote to let you enjoy a ‘happy-filled’ holiday with your family and friends. One of the ‘Most-Lanzarote’ activity that you can’t miss and never experience anywhere than Lanzarote island is visiting the popular Jameos del Agua, unique volcanic tunnel in Lanzarote. You can reach the Jameos del Agua by traveling nearly 25 kilometres towards north-east coastline of Lanzarote island from Lanzarote’s main city. The well-known Spanish artist from Lanzarote-César Manrique was the one who developed these chain of sub-merged and collapsed volcanic tunnels as a tourist attraction during 1960s-70s in Lanzarotre’s north. In Jameos del Agua, you can admire the underground museum, auditorium, gardens, restaurants in caverns, emerald-green pool and a subterranean salt lake. Visiting Jameos del Agua in Lanzarote is one of the exciting activity in Lanzarote, as it takes your underground, walk and dine surrounded by black lava rocks and volcanic landscapes, which you can experience anywhere else but in the island of Lanzarote.

César Manrique Foundation-Visual delight in Lanzarote

Lanzarote, the amazing Canary island of Spain is definitely a good choice to spend your holidaying with family, friendly peacefully and happily, especially when you’re from Europe (or) United Kingdom regions. One of the artistic attraction you shall visit when you’re in Lanzarote is the ‘César Manrique Foundation’, a dedicated memorial to César Manrique, the internationally renowned artist from Lanzarote. You can reach the César Manrique Foundation located in sub-urban Taro de Tahiche by traveling 10 kilometres from city centre of Lanzarote’s main city. César Manrique is the one who showed beautiful architectures can be built over volcanic landscape of Lanzarote and for other Canary islands of Spain too. César Manrique Foundation looks so beautiful and picturesque representing his artistic and designer skills over buildings, sculptures, houses and amazing gardens consisting cactus and bougainvillea, and an modern art museum. César Manrique Foundation in Lanzarote is the best place which showcases the beauty of the volcanic landscape that Lanzarote possess. Do visit César Manrique Foundation, with your family, friends and especially when you’re with your spouse, since the arts and colors enhances romance automatically; when you’re in Lanzarote.

Bodega La Geria wine tours in Lanzarote-Traditional wine tasting in Lanzarote

Lanzarote the beautiful Canary island of Spain surrounded by Atlantic ocean is one of the top holidaying destination in Spain and almost in entire Europe that let you spend a spectacular vacation with your family and friends. One of the best spot for traditional ‘wine tasting’ in Lanzarote is visiting the popular ‘Bodega La Geria‘, a traditional winery built during the year 1993 which is located 17 kilometres south to main city centre of Lanzarote island. You can visit the vineyard in Bodega La Geria which is grown, cultivated over the black soil of Lanzarote that represents the presence of volcanic landscapes. You can also take a look the traditional way of production & preservation of wines by taking guided tours in the Bodega La Geria winery. You can sip the traditional and delicious wines of Bodega La Geria winery while dining at the tavern, which serves out-standing Spanish and multi-cuisines, as it is owned and run by the Bodega La Geria winery themselves. You can book your visit before arriving at the Bodega La Geria winery in Lanzarote. When you visit Bodega La Geria winery, you must visit the interesting and unique Timanfaya National Park, without which your holiday is not complete in Lanzarote.

Playa El Barranquillo in Lanzarote-Calm, secluded beach in Lanzarote

Lanzarote, the beautiful Canary island of Spain surrounded by Atlantic have many beautiful attractions and exquisite beaches to enjoy a vibrant holidaying with family and friends. There are beaches in Lanzarote which are very beautiful and Playa El Barranquillo is one such beautiful beach you can take your family and friends when you’re holidaying in Lanzarote. You can reach the Playa El Barranquillo beach by traveling 20 kilometres towards south-east coastline of Lanzarote adjacently from Lanzarote’s main city. Playa El Barranquillo beach is small beach found in the avenue of beautiful beaches called Puerto del Carmen in Lanzarote. Playa El Barranquillo is less crowded beach backed with rock cliffs and golden sandy beach touches by crystalline waters. You can find restaurants, cafés and bars at the promenade of Playa El Barranquillo beach. You can definitely enjoy a good ‘beach day’ in Playa El Barranquillo beach in the island of Lanzarote.