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Cheap Lanzarote Hotels

Wherever your travels have taken you in this world, you're guaranteed not to have seen anywhere like Lanzarote. It's often referred to as the Land of a Thousand Volcanoes, of which there are in reality about 300. This ancient volcanic Island landscape has been likened to a moonscape, which is one of many reasons it is one not to be missed. Additionally, while you are here don't forget to tour the Mountains of Fire.

For a quiet family holiday or couples seeking a romantic location, try an exclusive Playa Blanca hotel on the South coast. On the East coast more lively areas exist. The perfect choices are the very popular Puerto del Carmen and Costa Teguise. The capital city of Arrecife also has a lot to offer.

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Guest Rating 3.35 out of 5

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Calle Teide 6 Puerto del Carmen
Rooms from EUR 42.61

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Guest Rating 3.90 out of 5

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Avenida las palmeras 30 Costa Teguise
Rooms from EUR 71.44

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Guest Rating 4.15 out of 5

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Urb.Montaña Roja Playa Blanca
Rooms from EUR 112.50

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Guest Rating 4.25 out of 5

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C/ Janubio, s/n Playa Blanca
Rooms from EUR 116.00

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Guest Rating 4.00 out of 5

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Avenida del Jabillo, s/n Costa Teguise
Rooms from EUR 87.18

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Guest Rating 4.15 out of 5

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Avda. De Las Playas, 84 Puerto del Carmen
Rooms from EUR 91.80

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Guest Rating 4.00 out of 5

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Avenida del Mar s/n Costa Teguise
Rooms from EUR 142.00

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Guest Rating 4.15 out of 5

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C/ Maciot s/n Playa Blanca
Rooms from EUR 162.00

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Guest Rating 4.10 out of 5

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Urb.Montaña Roja s/n Playa Blanca
Rooms from EUR 0.00

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Guest Rating 4.40 out of 5

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Avda. Islas Canarias, 13 Costa Teguise
Rooms from EUR 97.00

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Calle Grama, 2 Puerto del Carmen
Rooms from EUR 64.68

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Avenida Islas Canarias, s/n Costa Teguise
Rooms from EUR 92.80

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Urb. Castillo del Águila Yaiza
Rooms from EUR 180.00

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Guest Rating 3.29 out of 5

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C/ Plaza de Janubio 2 Costa Teguise
Rooms from EUR 30.00

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Guest Rating 4.00 out of 5

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C/ Reina Sofia 25 Puerto del Carmen
Rooms from EUR 76.00
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Playa de Los Pocillos S/N Puerto del Carmen
Rooms from EUR 105.00

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Lanzarote Hotel and Holiday Guide

Holidays in Lanzarote take in unique landscapes that are just a part of what this island is about. There are also some of the best beaches in the Canary's here. Especially on the southern tip of the island. The food and drink here caters for ever palate. Local wines are a unique and tasty experience. The Mountains of Fire in the National park are just one of the many natural wonders to see.

Beaches of White and Golden Sand

There are 99 beaches in Lanzarote. That makes up a part of 26 km of sandy shores in total, Mostly these are made up of fine, golden-white sands. Playa del Papagayo on the south coast is part of the well known Playa Blanca. This is a sought after destination for those seeking a quieter holiday. Also, the weather allows for a summer feel all year round, perfect for sun bathing.

Food and Drink

As you are surrounded by the North Atlantic you are guaranteed some great, fresh seafood dishes here. As you are on a Spanish island, Spanish food is in abundance. Tapas and paella are to be expected and enjoy in the majority of places. Restaurants here try to appeal to everyone. So, you will also find English dishes are easily available. Other flavours of European cooking, like Italian and French are also worth seeking out, if you like to vary you menu. There are also a number of fast food and tourist trap cafes about. The tip I am really trying to give you here is, make sure you see many happy customers inside before you sit down. An empty restaurant is empty for a reason.

Wines and beers from around the world are available at bars and clubs open from early until late. It is an island in the sun, you would not expect any less. However, checking out the locally made wine, made with local grapes grown in the volcanic soils is a unique experience. One I would recommend to any and all at least once.

Dromedary Rides in the Mountains of Fire

The Montanas del Fuego, or Fire Mountains, are a spectacular site. However, they are not just for looking at. Great stories come back from families and couples, of the camel rides through Timanfaya National Park. This park is now protected by Unesco as it is a such unique environment. Yet you can still climb right to the top of one of the volcanoes. just to put you mind at rest, there hasn't been an eruption on the island since 1736.