THB Flora Bed and Breakfast

The THB Flora Bed and Breakfast provides an ideal base for any holiday to Lanzarote. There’s a great pool scene and a range of entertainment options for the whole family here, as well as an A* location.

The hotel’s surrounded by palm-studded gardens that provide privacy and seclusion. The hotel itself is a whitewashed building with terraces and glass-fronted balconies. As it’s set on a steep hill, you’ll have an unbeatable view of the Atlantic.

There’s a splash park for little ones inside the grounds, as well as a curvy main pool and a poolside bar.

The rooms are well-equipped for mealtimes – you’ll have use of a hob, microwave, fridge, toaster and kettle.

Overview of Puerto del Carmen

Puerto del Carmen’s a year-round holiday hotspot. Located right on the south coast of Lanzarote, it’s the island’s most established town and is a firm favourite with families.

Once a small fishing village, its transformation into a tourist resort began back in the 1960s. Now, hotels like the THB Flora Bed and Breakfast make it a bustling destination.

With a calm sea, a glorious beach and a long waterside promenade, there’s plenty to tempt families looking for a break in the sunshine. Plus, the old town’s authentic streets mean that Puerto del Carmen’s maintained much of its traditional charm.

Things to do in Puerto del Carmen

You’ll find the THB Flora Bed and Breakfast tucked in a quiet area of Puerto del Carmen’s old town. Nearby, there’s a harbour that’s a lovely place to enjoy a meal as you gaze out to sea.

If you’re looking for sea and sand, the beach is only a 15-minute walk away. Playa Grande’s as large as its name suggests and it has a reputation as a place that’s brilliant for families to play and paddle.

If you’d like to shop until you drop, you’re within 10 minutes of Biosfera Plaza, Puerto del Carmen’s main shopping centre.

With all this on offer, it’s no wonder that Puerto del Carmen is Lanzarote’s most popular destination. After your first stay, you’ll want to return year after year.


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.