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Lanzarote Beaches: Caleta del Mero

Escape the tourist resorts of Lanzarote and you can discover some stunning beaches.

Caleta del Mero from the roadCaleta del Mero white sand bay

The white sand beach of Caleta del Mero is visible from the coastal road from Arrieta to Órzola, just past the wide sweeping bend you catch a glimpse of this beautiful beach at the top of the rise and conveniently there is a car park on the left. Access is via a rocky path directly opposite the car park entrance, or through the sandy dunes from the  read more »

Six Reasons To Book A Hire Car For Your Next Lanzarote Visit

We’d thought we’d put together a list of reasons to hire a car for your next visit to Lanzarote – aimed at those of you who may not have considered it in the past. Driving in Lanzarote is pretty easy – we don’t have much traffic, the roads are smooth and well sign posted and we can pretty much guarantee you won’t have to cope with rain, fog or snow!

But it’s also worth noting:

It’s often less expensive than paying for airport transfers

Fiat Panda

Return taxi transfers to Playa Blanca will cost €90  read more »

Arrecife, Lanzarote - The Video

Lanzarote’s capital, Arrecife, has changed a great deal over the last few years, but hasn’t lost it’s bustling charm and heart. If you haven’t visited the town, we’d highly recommend it, for a taste of the real Canarian culture.


This video from our Friend Jalle F, shot earlier this month, will give you a flavour of what to expect. It takes in Charco San Ginés, the new marina, the castles,  read more »

Sports Tourism in Lanzarote 2014

Lanzarote has experienced a boom in sports tourism over the past two years according to a report published by the Cabildo’s Data Centre.

Evolution_of_sports_tourism_in_Lanzarote_2006_to_2014Tri122 Cyclist

This data was collated by the Instituto Canario de Estadística (ISTAC) as part of the Tourist Expenditure Survey 2014. A sports tourist is defined as someone who participates in sporting activities during their holiday including hiking, golf, water sports, multi adventure & other sports.

Lanzarote received 166,745 sports tourists in 2013 and 192,092 during 2014. The nationality of our sports tourists are predominantly from the UK (38.3%), followed by Germany (15.7%) and Spain (8.9%) which accounts for 62.9% of the 192,092 figure in 2014. Other nationalities of importance included Denmark (8%), France (5.2%), Holland (4.4%), Ireland (4.1%) and Italy (3%). If these figures are compared to the overall tourists from those countries, 50.7% of Danes visit Lanzarote for sport, where as only 6.9% of the Brits coming to Lanzarote are here for a sporting holiday.

The average profile of our sports tourists showed that 67% are men, aged around 42 years old. Sports tourists generally have higher incomes than non sports tourists, 18.6% reported earning the highest income bracket of over 84,000 euros per year.

The average daily spend of a sports tourist is  read more »

New Weekly Excursion to Lanzarote's Capital

Sands Beach Resort Hotel in Costa Teguise have organised a weekly bus excursion to Arrecife every Thursday.

Charco de San GinesMarket at Charco de San Gines

The excursion will depart from the hotel at 11:00 for the picturesque area of Charco de San Ginés where there are some fabulous tapas bars and a selection of market stalls available to browse.  read more »

De-stress in Lanzarote

Lanzarote is a wonderful place to relax and recharge your batteries, especially if you’ve booked a De-stress Holiday.

Vista general del hotel y la piscinaPlaya Dorada

Imagine staying in an adult only 4* boutique hotel in Playa Blanca, only a stroll away from the delightful Playa Dorada beach.

Best You Lanzarote has organised a special De-Stress Holiday for 7 nights from the 27th September to the 4th October 2015. This holiday is ideal for solo travellers, friends and couples, during which you will learn mindfulness and stress reduction skills to apply in your daily routine back home. Places are limited to a maximum number of 10 people.

This de-stress retreat is led by Gill, a qualified stress-management consultant, life coach and meditation teacher. Your stay includes  read more »

GR131 Mountain Bike Ride From Orzola To Teguise

We decided to try mountain biking the GR131 route in Lanzarote recently, starting from Órzola in the north of the island.

GR131 LanzaroteGR131 Barranco Orzola

This is a footpath that stretches 72km the full length of Lanzarote, whilst it’s great underfoot for walking, it was quite technical in places for riding. The notice board for the footpath is situated in the harbour of Órzola, from here it’s guess work as to how to get on the path, which starts from the small car park on the left just after the two supermarkets as you enter the village. After following a track past a dirt trial circuit we picked up the trail which follows the barranco towards the Aloe Vera visitor centre, it was here that the first sign actually confirmed we were on the right path. If you are going to MTB this route, we would suggest riding the road and joining at this section rather than cycling up the barranco.

GR131 Orzola to YeGR131 Maguez to Haria

From the Aloe Vera farm, the path zig zags up the hill until meeting the road further up the climb, stay on the tarmac ignoring the first footpath on the right, you’re looking for the second track which is the access road for some houses, just opposite a small white building on the left. This track climbs steeply up towards the "castle house" by La Corona. Follow the track left when it splits so that you join the  read more »

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