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A true mixture of lively and laid-back, a holiday to Puerto del Carmen can be whatever you make it. The oldest and largest resort on Lanzarote, it’s a party hotspot and picturesque harbour town rolled into one.
If you’re bedding down with a bunch of mates, you’ll find a cluster of cheap three-star Lanzarote hotels and apartments lining the lively beach road – the Avenida de las Playas. When night falls, this area bounces into life, with bars and clubs stretching as far as the eye can see.
On the other hand, if you’re after a lazy week to unwind, spend your evenings sipping cocktails next to calm waters at the Old Harbour. It can feel a world away from the antics of ‘The Strip’.
For more information on the island’s premier nightspot, visit our Lanzarote nightlife page.
Once a humble fishing village, Playa Blanca popped up from nowhere a couple of decades ago to become one of the island’s premier resorts.
The strict planning laws have (mercifully) kept Playa Blanca high-rise free and the smart marina adds an extra touch of class. Here, you’ll find a medley of four-star Lanzarote hotels, upscale apartments and luxury resorts. Quieter than Puerto del Carmen, there are still plenty of chances to party, giving you the best of both worlds.
Cosmopolitan and effortlessly cool, Puerto Calero is a cut above the crowd. Centred on an upmarket marina flanked by designer boutiques, this is Lanzarote at its most luxurious. Think chi-chi cocktail bars, sleek cafes and sprawling five-star spa resorts.
Spend your days meandering around ‘Millionaire’s Harbour’, giving your credit card a workout and lingering over a glass of something sparkly at sunset. It’s not the place for a knees-up, so prepare to pamper yourself instead.
Developed in the 1970s, Costa Teguise divides opinion. Like Marmite, you love it or you hate it. More purpose built than pretty, it’s a ribbon of low-rise resorts backing five umbrella-heavy beaches.
However, the golden sand feels terrific between your toes and the calm waters are brilliant for kids - Costa Teguise is a great place to look for cheap family hotels in Lanzarote in 2016 and 2017.
There’s a mixed bag of accommodation ranging from luxury Lanzarote hotels to self-catering apartments, so there’s bound to be something to suit your budget.
This beautiful stretch of beach on Lanzarote’s north-west coast is where the cool kids play.
A bohemian surfer paradise in the Natural Park of the Chinijo Archipelago, expect excellent breaks and dreadlocks blowing in the breeze. The fishing village itself has remained true to its roots, with plenty of rickety seafood restaurants and family-run Lanzarote hotels. Surfing aside, yoga camps, eco-yurts, skate parks and massage centres are cropping up all over Caleta de Famara, making it Lanzarote’s number one indie destination.