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    Spain and lunar holiday landings in Lanzarote.


    Spain’s idyllic Canary Island of Lanzarote is actually less than 80 miles from the sun-drenched north-west coast of Africa. Yes, some beaches here do have uniquely appealing black sand. This is the result of volcanic activity a few hundred years ago. The result is some spectacularly unique scenery which is reminiscent of photographs of the surface of the moon. Not all beaches are black though; a number have fine, white sand that’s been baked by the relentless Canary Island sunshine. There are, of course, numerous non-beach features to thrill the senses as part of the Lanzarote holiday experience.



    Fired with enthusiasm


    Lanzarote has the third largest population of the seven prominent Canary Islands. All the islands have volcanic origins but they are more pronounced here. The last eruption was in the 19th century, but the arid climate and lack of erosion make it look as if it happened just yesterday. Your Lanzarote hotel will advise on the best volcanic features to visit; the Green Caves at Cuevas de Los Verdes are a list-topper. There isn’t much of the colour green involved, though; they are actually named after a local Mr. and Mrs. Verde. The caves are part of a four mile long lava tube. Via atmospheric lighting, they are seen to an inspiring and dramatic effect. Located at the north eastern end of Lanzarote, these caves are an easy 30 minute drive along the LZ-1 motorway from Arrecife. The convenient motorway links from prime resorts ensure that Los Verdes provides a leisurely day out from many holiday hotels in Lanzarote.



    In a lather over Lanzarote’s lava cooking


    Lanzarote is only 37 miles long and 12 miles across. Consequently, one of many joys is that day trips to all island points are easily undertaken from most Lanzarote hotels. Energetic visitors love the surfing and windsurfing on offer at Famara and Costa Teguise, while sun-worshippers can’t get enough of the white beaches at Playa Blanca, Papagayo and Caleton Blanco. The volcanic black is seen to maximum effect at Playa Quemada. Also and to the west of the island, there is an equally black and secret lagoon. One of many pleasing features is the fact that hotels and all other buildings on Lanzarote are, thankfully, low-rise. Additional pleasing features come in the form of the world’s densest presence of palm trees at Haria. Fascination heats up further at the National Park, Timanfaya, where you can cook meat on the rocks that are still heated by the underground volcanic lava. You’ll rarely get it cooked in a more surreal setting so, sir or madam; how do you like your steak?



    Take a punt with popular Puerto


    Puerto del Carmen is the island’s prime resort and it’s easy to see why; this south coast setting is less windy than the surfers’ paradises of the north. Main features here include the port and marina of La Tiñosa and the impressive Avenida de las Playas which stretches for four miles alongside the resort’s beaches. This avenue is home to numerous shops, restaurants and bars. Catering for the needs of families and partying adults, there’s a hotel in this Lanzarote resort to suit everyone. At Rancho Texas Theme Park, young and old can watch the birds and sea lions in their natural environments; plus there are facilities for eating, drinking, swimming and playing. It’s a great day out. In Puerto there’s even an open air cinema to relax in at the end of the day, before returning to your hotel. On Lanzarote, Puerto del Carmen is a top, not a last resort.



    A toast to the Malvasia joys of Lanzarote


    The resorts and beaches are excellent, but it’s the range of natural phenomena that makes Lanzarote ultra special. There’s the neighbouring island of Graciosa from where, unbelievably, some residents have never ventured. Then there are the small islands of Montana, Clara and Alegranza which appear to float and add even further to some of Lanzarote’s moon-type features. The 1,000+ unusual plant species at Jardim de Cactus in Guatiza bring more admiring gasps. Finally, it’s time to raise a glass to La Geria. Close to Timanfaya National Park, this wine growing region is the largest in Europe and home to the local Malvasia wine; often found in the island’s bars and hotels. The ancient vineyard covers some 20 square miles and its centuries old products even appealed to the palate of none other than William Shakespeare. So, all’s well that ends well on Lanzarote. Buena salud, good health!

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    from ‎NZ$30to ‎NZ$3,310

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      Hotel Hesperia Lanzarote Playa Dorada Playa Blanca
      Hesperia Playa Dorada is a four-star hotel located directly on the beach of Playa Blanca in the south of Lanzarote island. The hotel provides 466 rooms and suites. The rooms are soundproofed and decorated in bright colors. They are equipped with air conditioning, safe, satellite TV and telephone. ample. The bathrooms are with shower, hairdryer and a separate toilet. The rooms have a balcony or terrace with sea views. They are offered on half board and meals are served buffet style. The property features 5 pools including two kid’s pools and one 25 metre indoor pool, tennis courts, a fully equipped fitness center, 2 squash courts. Other amenities include massage, Jacuzzi, sauna and steam bath. A nine-hole golf course is available on site. The multipurpose meeting room is available for private and corporate events with a total capacity of up to 250 guests. The hotel has two restaurants. Papagayo is a buffet style restaurant and offers international cuisine, while Palapa is a poolside restaurant. The front desk staff provides services around the clock.
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      Hotel Princesa Yaiza Suite Hotel Resort Playa Blanca
      Hotel Princesa Yaiza Suite Resort is a five-star hotel located on the Playa Blanca seafront on Lanzarote, in the Canary Islands. It contains 385 guestrooms ranging from the single to the 134 m2 Royal Suite with its 114 m2 terrace. All rooms have 5-star amenities. The Princesa Yaiza Hotel shelters 8 restaurants catering for a wide variety of tastes and diets with fresh local products promoting regional cuisine. The Bodega and 6 hotel bars offer everything from a traditional local wine in the cellar to an Ice Cream parlour. Jazz bar, fresh juice bar and the nightclub bar are alternatives. Kikoland is the hotel's children's club with 10 000 m2 of sports and leisure for all ages from babes to teens: Babyclub, mini-club, junior club and a 'kikosnack' for parents to hang around. The Thalassotherapy centre offers a number of treatments and techniques, with 50 cabins for wet and dry treatments, sauna, Turkish baths and relaxation rooms. The sport centre is fully equipped with modern apparatus, a 400 m2 gym, sauna, tennis and multi sports court. The convention centre shelters ten meeting rooms and an amphitheatre, holding up to 1200 people at one time.
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      Hotel Flamingo Beach Resort Playa Blanca
      Situated in its own little protected cove, The Flamingo Beach Resort offers extensive facilities and fully-equipped accommodation suitable for the whole family. The 301 rooms overlook either the gardens or pool, and some have sea views. They all feature separate bedrooms, fully equipped kitchens, TV’s, phones and in-room safes. The Flamingo offers extensive resort facilities, including an entertainment program for adults and children, large pool terraces with five pools, numerous sporting facilities and a tranquil spa. Reception staff are on hand to assist 24 hours a day and free Wi-Fi is available throughout the complex. There are several restaurants on-site including, buffet, Italian and a la carte. Restaurant El Duque is right on the beach, and very popular in season. There are also two bars, The Blue Moon and Atlantic Sports Bar. The town centre, with its cafes, shops and bars is about a mile away, as is the port from which you can catch ferries to Fuertaventura.
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      Hotel H10 Rubicón Palace Playa Blanca
      H10 Rubicón Palace is situated 10 minutes away from the old fishing village of Playa Blanca on the island of Lanzarote. The hotel has a sea front location and has views of the Fuerteventura Island, there is a ferry from Playa Blanca for travellers who would like to visit another Canary Island. The 4 star hotel has 589 rooms some are suitable for disabled guests, rooms are spread around the complex in traditionally styled buildings All rooms have air-conditioning, telephone, satellite television, wireless internet and mini-bar both are chargeable and en-suite bathrooms. The hotel has various activities to keep guests active during their stay including tennis, mini-golf, table tennis, archery, gym and aerobics. For a more relaxing holiday there is a spa with massage, therapeutic treatments, sauna, Turkish bath and jacuzzi. Rubicón Palace has 8 swimming pools with 3 for children, terraced areas have sun-loungers and parasols. Adults and children have their own activities programme during the day and evening entertainment includes live shows and music. There are 5 restaurants one located at the pool and 3 bars.
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      Hotel Villa Lemes Playa Blanca
      Featuring a private swimming pool, Villa Lemes is located in a residential area in Playa Blanca. This air-conditioned villa is set 1 km from the unspoiled beaches of Papagayo. Offering free Wi-Fi, the 3-bedroom villa has a living room with a sofa and satellite flat-screen TV. A dishwasher, oven and washing machine are included in the kitchen. There are 2 bathrooms. Next to the pool, guests can enjoy a terrace with sun loungers, a covered dining table and barbecue facilities. Free parking is available. A shopping centre and children’s playground can be found 200 metres from the property. Guests can visit the Timanfaya National Park in 20 minutes by car. Arrecife Airport is 28 km away. WiFi available for free.
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      Hotel Gran Castillo Tagoro Family & Fun Playa Blanca Playa Blanca
      Dream Gran Castillo is a five-star hotel in Playa Blanca in the south of the volcanic island of Lanzarote, Spain. It is housed in a renovated old castle preserving the traditional sixteenth century architecture. This hotel features 279 rooms, all decorated with warm woods and all have a private bathroom with shower and bath tub, magnifying mirror, hair dryer and toiletries and a private terrace overlooking the ocean. The rooms are equipped with air conditioning, satellite television, safe, fax, windows that open, desks and telephones. Free wireless internet is available both in rooms and in common areas. The reception area is in North African style, with a courtyard with a lit fountain. The SPA of the hotel offers a thermal path Vitanova, various types of massages, a gym, beauty treatments and a hair salon. Hotel amenities feature also a thalassotherapy center, jacuzzi, gym, indoor soccer field, an archery area and tennis court. There are 4 swimming pools in this property. You can choose between three different restaurants offering local cuisine from the Canary Islands, Spanish and international cuisine. Also there are several bars, including a pool bar and a discotheque.
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