Lanzarote is an established all inclusive holiday favourite, a trend continuing in 2018. With a tasteful mix between tradition and modernity, local culture and international service, not to mention the beautiful beaches, the stunning Timanfaya National Parks, the elite sailing echelon Puerto Calero Marina, and a lively social scene, Lanzarote really does have it all. Combine that with some of the finest resorts in the Canaries and it is easy to see why Lanzarote remains a staple all inclusive holiday for travellers of every type.
For a more modern seaside city break, settle in Lanzarotes cosmopolitan capital Arrecife, a perfect blend of beaches and urban buzz. The inland lagoon of El Charco is awash with boutique cafes, bars and shops well worth exploring.
Alternatively get away from urban life and escape to one of Lanzarote’s infamous resorts. Puerto del Carmen is a favourite among holidaymakers, for good reason. The town reigns over stunning sandy beaches Playa Grande and Matagorda, while the beach boulevard Avenida de las Playas is bursting with café’s and eateries, shops and a humming social scene.
For a quieter stay choose Playa de los Picillos or the small town of Matagorda, both within walking distance of the buzzing Puerto del Carmen but offering a more peaceful environment to enjoy your all inclusive escape.
For a day away from the sea, the Rancho Texas Lanzarote Park Zoo is just a short trip inland and sure to entertain with its’ animal shows, cowboy displays, gold mine adventure, pony rides and splash zone. For the culturally inclined, take a day wandering around the thriving Teguise market. Peruse the stalls and pick up some holiday mementoes with that cash you’ve saved through your all inclusive deal.
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