Lanzarote has several beaches, which are very diverse. Clean & safe for swimming & ideal for water sports: Including wind & Kite Surfing at Famara, scuba diving among the ship wrecks and the recent and now famous 'living museum' in Playa Blanca. Snorkeling, swimming & sun bathing at Papagayo with its clear aquamarine & turquoise waters! The very popular catamaran 'Catlanza' drops anchor there, and guests head for the golden glistening shore via a motorized dinghy, or opt to take one of the jet skis.
El Golfo with its dramatic volcanic back drop is mesmerizing and energizing! Lanzarote also offers great walks, a professional sports centre at La Santa where top athletes regularly train. Our annual triathlon is very popular and attracts professional and non-professional competitors, island residents and non-residents from around the globe.
1. Timanfaya National Park & 'Montana del Fuego'
2. El Golfo & Lago Verde
3. Jameos del Agua
4.Cuevos de los Verdes
5. Mirador del Rio
6. Cesar Manrique's Cactus Garden
7. Fundacion Cesar Manrique
What to do where to go:
Europe's only underwater sculpture museum: https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2016/feb/02/drowned-world-europe-first-undersea-sculpture-museum-lanzarote-jason-decaires-taylor