Secrets Lanzarote Resort Spa

The large and luxurious Secrets Lanzarote Resort Spa will impress you with its spacious modern interiors, combined with touches of traditional Canarian style. But the real wow-factor are the outdoor pools. There are four of them in total, surrounded by sun-loungers and day beds.Considering the hotel also has its own strip of private beach, you’ll spend most of the day sunbathing and swimming. There’s also a tranquil spa where you can unwind with a sauna or a massage. Evenings are lively, with five bars to choose from, and Puerto Calera is just a 10-minute walk away.

Overview of Puerto Calero

If you want a beach break with a difference, holidays to Lanzarote come highly recommended. This Canary Island combines fantastic beaches with a unique volcanic landscape and amazing Surrealist architecture designed by local artist, César Manrique.Puerto Calero provides a luxurious base for exploring Lanzarote. This resort is renowned for its chic boutiques, upmarket restaurants and glitzy marina. To get a taste of the high life for an affordable price, check into Secrets Lanzarote Resort Spa.

Things to do in Puerto Calero

Although it would be easy to spend the entire day relaxing at Secrets Lanzarote Resort Spa, there’s plenty to see and do nearby. Head down to Puerto Calero’s marina, known as Millionaire’s Harbour, for cocktails with ocean views, or to browse the designer boutiques on Paseo de la Moda.If you want to travel further afield, take a hiking or sightseeing trip to the surreal volcanic landscape of Timanfaya National Park, a 20-minute drive away. Another option is to take a luxurious catamaran trip down Lanzarote’s stunning coastline.You’ll soon feel like a millionaire yourself as you relax on your private beach or enjoy a sunset cocktail. Puerto Calero really is the most upmarket place to base yourself as you explore the fascinating island of Lanzarote.

Resort Summary

The marina is at the centre of life in Puerto Calero. Instead of a beach you have amazing access to the sea and a range of interesting activities that revolve around it.

Highlights include the Catlanza Catamaran trips, where you can try your hand at sailing as experts guide you around the incredible island coast. There are also submarine trips that allow you to see what’s beneath the surface of that clear blue sea, and sports-fishing boats that are willing to take you out to try your luck at catching bluefin tuna or marlin.

Having been rebuilt and developed three times since its conception in 1983, the marina now stands as a testament to what can be achieved on the back of one man’s dream. Expanded from 200 to 420 berths in 1999, you’re expected to take the opportunity to stand and stare at some of the yachts that give the marina its nickname.

If at some point you do find yourself missing the beach – and we’d understand if you did – then the Playa Grande at Puerto del Carmen is a 15-minute bus ride away. If you want to arrive in style, you can take a water taxi for a few Euros!