Lanzarote Village

Fun-loving Lanzarote Village will appeal if you’re holidaying with friends and families. You’ll love the spacious, colourful rooms in Lanzarote’s distinctive whitewashed villas – many with spectacular sea views. Head outside for the large curvy pool surrounded by a large sun deck full of loungers. There’s also a pool bar where you can order snacks and cocktails. Kids have their own section of pool, a playground and a kids’ club. This leaves you free to check out the sauna and Jacuzzi in the gym or play a game of tennis in the courts. There’s also a bike-hire facility if you want to explore further afield. When you get back, the buffet restaurant puts on an international spread of dishes including Canarian specials papas arrugadas – potatoes served with spicy mojo sauce. Lanzarote village is steps from Los Pocillos Beach, and a pleasant drive from lively Puerto del Carmen.

Overview of Lanzarote

On your holidays to Lanzarote expect sunny days, stunning coves and a laidback atmosphere – it’s a fantastic beach-holiday destination. Puerto del Carmen is the island’s most popular resort, while next-door Playa de Los Pocillos offers a quieter alternative, with a delightful golden beach. If you fancy a stay here, check out friendly Lanzarote Village.

Things to do in Lanzarote

If you’re staying at Lanzarote Village, hire a bike and cycle along the seafront promenade from Los Pocillos to Puerto del Carmen, stopping off for ice cream on the way. Playa Chica gets a little less crowded than the resort’s other beaches and is a great spot for snorkelling and diving. Puerto del Carmen also houses Rancho Texas Lanzarote Park. Expect waterslides, a Wild West theme, a petting zoo and bucket-list activities such as swimming with dolphins. With its cloudless skies, amazing beaches and fun-filled attractions, Lanzarote will soon become your favourite beach destination.


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.