La Isla Y El Mar

With designer interiors, a chill-out terrace and swish pools, La Isla Y El Mar feels like it has been lifted straight from a design magazine.

The property is set on a hill that overlooks the Atlantic Ocean. Although you’ll have a secluded and private feel, it’s only a 10-minute walk to the wide sandy beach. And the seafront promenade doubles as Puerto del Carmen’s main strip, so you’ll find plenty of bars and restaurants.

At the hotel, there are two pools framed by loungers and parasols. There’s also a bar for snacks and drinks, as well as a chill-out zone where you can get your head into a good book.

Overview of Puerto del Carmen

The location of this beautiful island makes holidays to Lanzarote popular, year round. Only 100 miles from Africa, Lanzarote shares the continent’s climate. But, Lanzarote maintains a distinctly Mediterranean feel, and you’ll also find a strong Spanish influence.

Surrounding La Isla Y El Mar in Puerto del Carmen, you’ll find a number of attractions and amenities. There’s a good reason why Puerto del Carmen is Lanzarote’s most popular resort. Renowned for old-fashioned British fun, this busy and charming town offers beaches, shopping and lively nights out in equal measure.

Things to do in Puerto del Carmen

During a stay at La Isla Y El Mar, you’ll want to head down to the Avenida de las Playas. Only a 10-minute stroll away, this main street stretches for seven kilometres. On one side, you’ll find a stunning beach, while on the other, you’ll find shops, bars and restaurants.

Puerto del Carmen also has a reputation as Lanzarote’s nightlife hotspot. After a relaxing evening meal, Puerto del Carmen really comes alive. The nightlife here starts a little bit later than at home, so make sure you enjoy an afternoon siesta first. The real parties start at midnight and don’t stop until the sun comes up at 6am.

With glorious beaches, sun-drenched shores and lively nightlife, Puerto del Carmen is a 24-hour destination. If you’re looking for fun in the sun, then this is the place to be.


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.