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Playa Blanca Holidays

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Lanzarote holidays

Paradise, with added cocktails

On Playa Blanca holidays, you’d be forgiven for thinking you’d landed in paradise. On the southernmost tip of the island, this popular Lanzarote resort has long sandy beaches that appear on many a postcard from the Canaries. In the bright blue waters, locals fish for octopus and dorada, and holidays to Playa Blanca are perfect for sun-drenched beach days spent lazing under a parasol, and family fun in the year-round sunshine.

The fishing village that Playa Blanca was built around still survives in the area around the church and is great for a wander. Meanwhile, the eastern end of Playa Blanca has the lively Marina Rubicon, with its clutch of smart cocktail bars and fine-dining restaurants, all with exceptional seafront views. For evenings of dancing and singing, holiday favourites such as karaoke and clubbing are found further into town in the Centro Comercial.

Your Playa Blanca questions, answered

Yes you can. Make the short ferry journey from Playa Blanca to Fuerteventura to see the beautiful town of Corralejo with its historic centre and pretty beaches.
Head up the road to El Golfo to find the ‘Green Lagoon’, Los Clicos. A viewing balcony lets you take photos of the amazing natural phenomenon that is a bright green lagoon in a black and orange crater.
Around the Ajaches natural monument you’ll find dreamy beaches and secret coves. Gorgeous Papagayo beach is the most popular, while Las Mujeres has interesting archaeological remains.

Best things to do in Playa Blanca

Feel fine like wine

A sprawling winery dating from the 19th century, Bodega La Geria has a shop and restaurant. Made with Mulvasia grapes, taste the Volcanic dry white while gazing across the volcanoes.

Discover old Lanzarote

Wander the quaint streets of historic Yaiza, one of Lanzarote’s best-preserved towns. You’ll find a cute church and pretty whitewashed old houses covered with sweet-scented bougainvillea.

See beneath the sea

Join a dive tour in the unique Underwater Museum, including works by Jason deCaires Taylor. Swim among the statues and art installations while fish dart around you.