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    Spain and lunar holiday landings in Lanzarote.

    Spain’s idyllic Canary Island of Lanzarote is actually less than 80 miles from the sun-drenched north-west coast of Africa. Yes, some beaches here do have uniquely appealing black sand. This is the result of volcanic activity a few hundred years ago. The result is some spectacularly unique scenery which is reminiscent of photographs of the surface of the moon. Not all beaches are black though; a number have fine, white sand that’s been baked by the relentless Canary Island sunshine. There are, of course, numerous non-beach features to thrill the senses as part of the Lanzarote holiday experience.

    Fired with enthusiasm

    Lanzarote has the third largest population of the seven prominent Canary Islands. All the islands have volcanic origins but they are more pronounced here. The last eruption was in the 19th century, but the arid climate and lack of erosion make it look as if it happened just yesterday. Your Lanzarote hotel will advise on the best volcanic features to visit; the Green Caves at Cuevas de Los Verdes are a list-topper. There isn’t much of the colour green involved, though; they are actually named after a local Mr. and Mrs. Verde. The caves are part of a four mile long lava tube. Via atmospheric lighting, they are seen to an inspiring and dramatic effect. Located at the north eastern end of Lanzarote, these caves are an easy 30 minute drive along the LZ-1 motorway from Arrecife. The convenient motorway links from prime resorts ensure that Los Verdes provides a leisurely day out from many holiday hotels in Lanzarote.

    In a lather over Lanzarote’s lava cooking

    Lanzarote is only 37 miles long and 12 miles across. Consequently, one of many joys is that day trips to all island points are easily undertaken from most Lanzarote hotels. Energetic visitors love the surfing and windsurfing on offer at Famara and Costa Teguise, while sun-worshippers can’t get enough of the white beaches at Playa Blanca, Papagayo and Caleton Blanco. The volcanic black is seen to maximum effect at Playa Quemada. Also and to the west of the island, there is an equally black and secret lagoon. One of many pleasing features is the fact that hotels and all other buildings on Lanzarote are, thankfully, low-rise. Additional pleasing features come in the form of the world’s densest presence of palm trees at Haria. Fascination heats up further at the National Park, Timanfaya, where you can cook meat on the rocks that are still heated by the underground volcanic lava. You’ll rarely get it cooked in a more surreal setting so, sir or madam; how do you like your steak?

    Take a punt with popular Puerto

    Puerto del Carmen is the island’s prime resort and it’s easy to see why; this south coast setting is less windy than the surfers’ paradises of the north. Main features here include the port and marina of La Tiñosa and the impressive Avenida de las Playas which stretches for four miles alongside the resort’s beaches. This avenue is home to numerous shops, restaurants and bars. Catering for the needs of families and partying adults, there’s a hotel in this Lanzarote resort to suit everyone. At Rancho Texas Theme Park, young and old can watch the birds and sea lions in their natural environments; plus there are facilities for eating, drinking, swimming and playing. It’s a great day out. In Puerto there’s even an open air cinema to relax in at the end of the day, before returning to your hotel. On Lanzarote, Puerto del Carmen is a top, not a last resort.

    A toast to the Malvasia joys of Lanzarote

    The resorts and beaches are excellent, but it’s the range of natural phenomena that makes Lanzarote ultra special. There’s the neighbouring island of Graciosa from where, unbelievably, some residents have never ventured. Then there are the small islands of Montana, Clara and Alegranza which appear to float and add even further to some of Lanzarote’s moon-type features. The 1,000+ unusual plant species at Jardim de Cactus in Guatiza bring more admiring gasps. Finally, it’s time to raise a glass to La Geria. Close to Timanfaya National Park, this wine growing region is the largest in Europe and home to the local Malvasia wine; often found in the island’s bars and hotels. The ancient vineyard covers some 20 square miles and its centuries old products even appealed to the palate of none other than William Shakespeare. So, all’s well that ends well on Lanzarote. Buena salud, good health!

    Price range

    from ‎AU$28to ‎AU$3,093

    Top hotels

      Hotel Sol Lanzarote by Melia - All Inclusive Puerto del Carmen
      In Puerto del Carmen, exquisitely situated on the scenic Matagorda beachfront, is the Sol Lanzarote. Ideal for family holidaying, this hotel offers ‘all-inclusive’ or ‘room only’ guestroom rate options. Your air-conditioned room at the hotel will feature a LED TV, private bathroom, minibar and balcony offering views of the gardens or mountains. Apartments are fully equipped including a kitchenette and you can catch views of the beach and sea. Medical services, Wi-Fi, wellbeing, car rental and currency services are available at a surcharge. A souvenir shop and supermarket are also available. International and regional cuisine offered at the restaurant. Enjoy tasty snacks and amazing drinks at the pool bar. Hit the Blue Horizon for tapas and sushi or enjoy cocktails and juices at the night bar. A short distance away from Sol Lanzarote you’ll find Rancho Texas Park and Pocillos Beach.
      Hotel San Francisco Park Puerto del Carmen
      The San Francisco Park Puerto del Carmen is an adults-only beachfront resort comprising of 40 studio apartments located on the sun-drenched Lanzarote island and minutes away from the airport and 18-hole golf course. All apartments feature a private balcony, kitchen with refrigerator, kettle and cooking hob, as well as a hair dryer, tea and coffee maker, safe deposit box and private bathroom with shower. The San Francisco Park Puerto del Carmen boasts an outdoor pool and sun terrace with the beach just metres away. There is a library and front desk as well as a maid service. Wi-Fi is available in all public areas and there is free public parking. The nearby town and promenade offer a selection of bars and restaurants serving wines, beers and cuisine made with local produce and seafood. Nearby attractions include the Campesino Monument with an on-site museum, the Montanas de Feugo and national park.
      Hotel Club Oceano Puerto del Carmen
      Club Oceano sits in a quiet area of Puerto del Carmen, within a five-minute walk of the beach. This hotel offers its guests complimentary parking right on site. Inside each beach-style apartment, guests should find a flat-screen television with satellite channels. There’s also a kitchenette with a stovetop, oven, and kettle. Wi-Fi can be provided for an additional daily fee. Club Oceano features an outdoor pool and sun terrace that guests are welcome to use. The multilingual staff members can assist with storing luggage and placing items in the hotel safe. There is a hot tub on the premises, too. Guests will find a restaurant on site, as well as a snack bar, and they can order drinks at the bar. An array of shops and dining opportunities are within a few minutes' walk of the premises, and the Lanzarote Airport can be reached in 15 minutes by car.
      Hotel Apartamentos Tropicana Puerto del Carmen
      Apartamentos Tropicana proudly sits in Puerto del Carmen, just over one mile away from Rancho Texas Park. Each of the 20 apartments includes a seating area with a television. There’s a kitchen with a refrigerator, microwave and coffee/tea maker. Guests can also make use of the private bathrooms with a hairdryer. Some apartments open to a private terrace/balcony. Parking is free at Apartamentos Tropicana. Guests can go for a dip in the all seasons outdoor pool, explore the gardens on the premises, and connect with friends/family over the free public Wi-Fi. Bicycle rentals and car rentals are conveniently available at the hotel. While this guesthouse does not have a restaurant on the premises, several supermarkets, cafés, and restaurants can be reached within ten minutes by car. Lanzarote Airport is just over three and a half miles away from the hotel, and there are several golfing opportunities nearby.
      Hotel Playa Club Apartments Puerto del Carmen
      Apartamentos Playa Club Apartments is a three-star beach hotel located 150 meters from Playa del Carmen’s longest beach. The hotel features 66 guestrooms that are brightly decorated and equipped with a balcony or terrace, a living area with flat-screen plasma TVs, kitchenettes, private bathrooms, coffee/teamakers, and refrigerators. Apartamentos Playa Club Apartments are equipped with a 24-hour reception, two outdoor pools, Wi-Fi in the lobby, miniature on-site golf, and a spa tub. Guests can enjoy buffet breakfasts and à la carte dishes served at the hotel’s restaurant. There is a wide variety of restaurants and bars close to the hotel where guests can enjoy meals and drinks. The hotel is located 2.6 km from Puerto del Carmen Beach while Lanzarote Golf Resort is 3.9 km away.
      Hotel Atlantis Las Lomas Puerto del Carmen
      Atlantis Las Lomas resort features apartment-style accommodations, most with pool or sea views. The resort has 4 swimming pools for adults and 2 children’s pools. Rooms at this hotel offer a kitchen with microwave and fridge, bathroom with bath or shower, and a lounge area. The hotel has a game area with billiards, a play park, green areas, and a solarium with sun loungers. The hotel has a bar and a buffet-style restaurant for guest convenience. The hotel has a bar and a buffet-style restaurant for guest convenience. The hotel is located in the popular tourist area of Puerto del Carmen, just 200 metres from the beachfront and main drag with shopping, restaurants and bars.