Hipotels Natura Palace

At this grand adults-only hotel, the two ocean view pools steal the show. However, it’s the fantastic range of entertainment that you’ll really love, with acrobats, flamenco dancers and other performers on stage six nights a week. This stylish hotel may be about relaxation, but should you want to get active, you can play tennis, mini golf, table tennis and pool. Guests rave about the food, too. The buffet showcases the best of Canarian and international cooking, but you’ll also find meat and fish cooked to perfection at show-cooking stations, as well as salads, pasta and vegetarian dishes.

Overview of Lanzarote

Lanzarote is a classic beach destination that’s been popular with sun seekers since the 1970s thanks to its volcanic sands and year-round sunshine. Holidays to Lanzarote combine the climate of North Africa with the culture of the Mediterranean. Whether you’re young, old, a family or flying solo, Lanzarote has something for everyone. Playa Blanca, where you’ll find the Hipotels Natura Palace, is known for its pristine beaches, while Puerto del Carmen is renowned for its traditional British holidays. Whatever you’re looking for, you’ll find it in Lanzarote.

Things to do in Lanzarote

Playa Blanca literally translates as ‘white beach’. The southernmost resort on the island, Playa Blanca is home to some stunning natural landscapes, such as the Papagayo Coves. You’ll also find little spots of luxury, such as the Marina Rubicón with its gently bobbing yachts and upmarket shops. On the central promenade, which is only 3km away from the Hipotels Natura Palace, you’ll find an impressive selection of bars, traditional tavernas and restaurants, with different vibes and price ranges depending on what you fancy and what your budget is. If it’s nightlife you’re after, then Puerto del Carmen is the place to be. Here you’ll find bars open until dawn, so you can party the night away.

Resort Summary

In the centre of Playa Blanca you’ll find its namesake – a small but perfectly formed beach with distinctive white sand. Then head east about 10 minutes away from the town centre and you’ll find Playa Dorado, the ‘golden beach’, which is a great family-friendly place full of things to do.

Wander in the opposite direction and you’ll find Playa Flamingo and an amazing 50-metre tall lighthouse. Also east and slightly beyond Playa Dorado are the Papagayo coves, perhaps Lanzarote’s most unique and charming set of beaches.

Marina Rubicon is a relatively new addition to life in Playa Blanca, but has since become one of its defining features. A modern, fully-functioning marina complete with dozens of stunning boats, designer boutiques and a cluster of classy restaurants and bars means that this area is reminiscent of the resort Puerto Calero, otherwise known as ‘millionaire’s harbour’.