Cinco Plazas Apartments

A pleasant stroll from a Blue Flag beach, Cinco Plazas Apartments enjoy a lovely hillside setting in the centre of Puerto del Carmen. It has two pools, one is jumping with music and activities, and the other is perfect for lazy days spent soaking up the sun. The a la carte restaurant also serves tasty snacks during the day, while a pool bar keeps you refreshed as you lounge in the sun. Water polo often takes place in the pool, and in the evening, the hotel puts on live shows and music. Kids even get their own mini disco. The complex features a choice of apartments and studios, all equipped with kitchenettes.

Overview of Puerto del Carmen, Lanzarote

Lanzarote’s most well-known seaside resort, Puerto del Carmen is jam-packed with sandy beaches, bars, clubs, restaurants and plenty of seaside charm. Family-friendly attractions line the shore and there’s lively nightlife in the resort for couples up for a party. Puerto del Carmen has three beaches: Playa Grande has sunloungers, parasols and beach bars. Playa Chica is slightly more secluded, and Playa de los Pocillos is a firm favourite with windsurfers. Lanzarote’s capital, Arrecife, is just 30 minutes away by car, making airport transfers nice and easy. There’s great accommodation to suit all budgets in the resort, such as the Cinco Plazas Apartments.

Things to do in Puerto del Carmen, Lanzarote

The fun never stops in Puerto del Carmen. During the day, try your hand at windsurfing on Playa de los Pocillos Beach, and by night, head down to the bright lights of the main strip and hop between the bars and clubs. If you’re keen to explore Lanzarote’s wild, volcanic landscape, a trip to the Timanfaya National Park is a must. Kids will love spending day at the Wild West-inspired Rancho Texas Lanzarote Park, where attractions include a waterpark and zoo. Holidays to Lanzarote are ideal if you’re after dose of sunshine in lively, coastal surroundings in the Canaries.

Resort Summary

On the Avenida de las Playas, the town’s main street that stretches for 7km along the coast, you’ll find bars, shops and restaurants on one side and Puerto del Carmen’s stunning beach on the other. It’s here at Playa Grande where most visitors choose to spend their time.

For your big holiday you’re going to need a ‘big beach’. Playa Grande is the main beach of Puerto del Carmen, so you can expect it to get busy during the holiday season. With its soft expanse of sand, perfect blue waters and mountain range looming in the near distance it’s not hard to see why most of the visitors to Puerto del Carmen choose to spend their time here.

Along with all its near neighbours Playa Grande enjoys Blue Flag status and is known for being a safe and inviting place for families or anyone else who visits.