Lanzarote in the Canary Islands, commonly known as Conejera, boasts just over one hundred volcanoes. It is one of the largest Canary Islands and the furthest east of the chain. Surrounded by the Atlantic, with clean sandy beaches, it is the best location to visit cheaply all year round.
Heated by the Sahara desert only around 80 kilometres away, you can lie in the sun in ease at Playa Blanca, on the southwest part of Lanzarote. Playa Blanca contains many top beaches, lined with sunbeds, showers, and an ocean promenade. There is Puerto del Carmen, one of the most famous holiday resorts which has a wonderful 12km soft sandy coast line that stretches from Matagorda all the way to the Old Town.
Timanfaya National Park, which is the home of the Montanas del Fuego (Mountains of Fire) is also located on Lanzarote. Getting into the park by tourists is meticulously regulated. There are one or two footpaths, and a popular short camel trip.
The town of Jameos del Agua, a location that houses the Agricola Museum, a restaurant, a series of caves identified as the Cueva de los Verdes, and the lookout at Mirador del Rio are low-priced places to see. Thereï¿½s a concert cave at the end of Jameos Grande. This hall has fantastic natural acoustics and offers concert performances.
The hotels in Lanzarote can typically be traditional-looking somewhat than the high-rise hotels found in a different place, but this all intensifies the prettiness of this Island. You might discover reduced accommodation in most of the resorts and low-season offers are worth looking into as you can get yourself a good deal.
If you are searching for a low-priced sunny retreat, go to Lanzarote. You’ll find amazing offers on hotels all year round along with colourful local markets, duty-free shopping and magnificent sights of mountains, volcanic lava flows, transparent waters and black and white sandy beaches.