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The easternmost and fourth largest of the Canary Islands is virtually treeless and relies on desalination plants for some of its water. Yet many visitors consider Lanzarote the most attractive of all the islands for the vivid shapes and contrasting colours of its volcanic landscapes.

Despite low rainfall, carefully tended crops flourish in its black volcanic soil. Locals pride themselves on the way their island has been preserved from the worst effects of tourism; there are no garish billboards, high-rise buildings or overhead cables.


This modern hotel stands on Arrecife’s Reducto beach, a tempting stretch of soft, pale sand with coral reefs lying just offshore. The hotel has all the standard services including a reception desk open 24 hours. The restaurant has sea views and is also close to other good restaurants in the town.


Av Islas Canarias, Urbanización Costa Teguise, 35509. Rooms 289

A vast atrium with central water gardens and ornamental plants is the focus of this modern luxury hotel in the northern area of Costa Teguise. It has two bars and five restaurants offering a wide choice of food and drink.

A swimming pool, three tennis courts, a gym, mini-golf and a newsagent are add-ons.


A resort hotel popular with families in the south of Lanzarote facing Fuerteventura. It is light and cool, with split-level areas ornamented with water gardens.


This seven-story hotel has direct access to an attractive beach. The hotel has a good range of facilities including a dive centre and two swimming pools.

Best Lanzarote Restaurants And Bars

LANZAROTE, ARRECIFE Castillo de San José

Castillo de San José, Ctra de Puerto Nao, 35340

Puerto Nao’s converted fortress was built in 1779 by King Carlos III and restored by the Lanzarote architect César Manrique. It now houses a contemporary art gallery and a restaurant.


Centro Comercial de Lanzarote Bay, Av de los Geranios, 35509

A popular restaurant in one of Costa Teguise’s shopping centres, King Hussein of Jordan was once a customer here, where local fare is given a French touch. For starters there are Burgundy snails. Main course includes stewed partridge, braised duck and sole with almonds. Desserts include papaya sorbet and crêpe suzette. Closed Sun & Sep


Av del Jabillo, Centro Comercial Neptuno, local 6, 35509

This airy restaurant in a shopping centre serves traditional Canary Islands cooking. LANZAROTE, YAIZA La Era

La Era occupies one of the few old houses to survive the island’s volcanic eruptions of 1730-36. It was built in the 17th century and restored as a restaurant by César Manrique, who created murals for it.


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