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Costa Teguise

Originally developed under the aegis of island born artist and architect Cesar Manrique, Costa Teguise boasts five beautiful beaches, an excellent selection of bars and restaurants and some of the best holiday accommodation on the island. And it is the perfect base for those who are keen to explore Lanzarote's natural beauty and cultural attractions.

Costa Teguise is located close to the island capital of Arrecife on Lanzarote's south eastern shore – just ten to fifteen minutes drive from the airport (but also far away enough to ensure plenty of peace and quiet). And the resorts design is open and spacious – ensuring that it never feels overcrowded.

The heart of Costa Teguise revolves around the Pueblo Marinero and the resorts largest beach – Playa Las Cucharas. The
Pueblo Marinero – Manrique's interpretation of a traditional white washed fishing village – is home to a number of bars and restaurants. As well as regular market days every Thursday (daytime) and Friday (evenings from 6pm). Although neither of these rival the big Sunday market which takes place in the old island capital of Teguise – a fifteen minute drive away.

The 600 metre stretch of sand at Playa Las Cucharas is very popular with windsurfers – but as the waters here are carefully segregated it is also an excellent beach for families with young children. As the beach shelves gently into the water and there are amenities such as toilets, sun shades and shops on hand.

A seafront promenade in the resort is close to completion – which will soon create a unified walkway from Las Cucharas through to the smaller beach at Playa Jablillo – located just in front of the Occidental Teguise Playa Hotel. Playa Jablillo offers less in the way of facilities – but does boast a man made lagoon – created with huge volcanic boulders. Making it ideal for swimming, snorkeling and diving – depending of course on the tides.

From here the walkway continues round to the beach at Playa Bastian – another fine stretch of golden sand, which is a little more protected from the wind. The beach here also boasts good facilities and amenities but is less suitable for bathing – especially for young children –as rocks and pebbles have to be negotiated in order to get into the sea.

For those in search of even more peace and quiet Playa de los Charcos at the northern end of the resort – past the Gran Melia hotel – and Playa del Ancla to the southern end offer even more seclusion.

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