Bluebay Lanzarote

You’ll love Bluebay Lanzarote, a chic modern hotel. Sleek and sophisticated suites are livened up with splashes of bright colour, including rainbow-striped curtains. Outside in the gardens, you’ll discover a large curvy pool with an adjacent kids’ pool, tennis courts and a gym. The buffet restaurant serves an extensive spread with popular themed evenings accompanying Mexican and Japanese cuisine. It’s just 600 metres to the nearest beach and under a mile to the centre of Costa Teguise.

Overview of Lanzarote

Lanzarote is the island to visit for a beach break with a twist. Holidays to Lanzarote not only consist of sunny days relaxing on the sand, they also involve exploring the island’s unique volcanic landscape and glamorous, upmarket resorts. Lanzarote’s capital is Arrecife, a pretty Mediterranean city with charming, sunbleached back streets lined with bars and boutiques. Further up the coast you’ll find Costa Teguise, a laidback tourist resort renowned for its lagoon-like beaches. If you’re interested in exploring both, book a stay at the chic Bluebay Lanzarote resort in Costa Teguise.

Things to do in Lanzarote

If you stay in Bluebay Lanzarote, the hotel will help you arrange water sports experiences, such as scuba-diving or windsurfing. Head over to Las Cucharas, a beach with honey-coloured sands and turquoise waters to swim and sunbathe. For more watery fun, head to Aquapark Costa Teguise, packed with waterslides, kids’ play areas and even a paintball arena. It’s under 15 minutes to Arrecife. Wander the pedestrianised streets lined with palm trees, browse the weekly market or head to Charco San Ginés, a natural seawater lagoon fringed with restaurants. Laidback Lanzarote will enchant you with its towns, cobalt ocean and dark volcanic landscape. You’ll love discovering more about this fascinating island with friends and family.


Resort Summary

As the third most popular of Lanzarote’s holiday destinations, Costa Teguise offers a vast range of shops, restaurants and accommodation while still making the most of its stunning natural beauty – you can expect golden beaches, leafy palm trees and volcanic rock pools.

Costa Teguise also benefits from being extremely well connected transport wise. Arrecife Airport is a 15-minute drive away, the historic capital of Teguise only 10 minutes away by car, and attractions such as The Cuevas de Los Verdes and the Jardin de Cactus are right on your doorstep.

The windy climate makes Costa Teguise a haven for water-skiers and windsurfers, but for those looking for a chilled out vibe, there’s plenty to do that doesn’t involve working up some adrenaline. Lanzarote’s only waterpark is situated here, as is its aquarium, home to turtles, sharks and stingrays.

For the perfect family day out, Playa Bastain has a soft-play area and a bowling alley among the sun loungers and planted gardens. For art and culture lovers, famous artist residence Fundacion Cesar Manrique is a must-see.