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Playa Blanca

The best climate on the island. A wide range of good quality hotels and luxury holiday villas. And some of the most breathtaking beaches in the Canaries. Playa Blanca has all of the right ingredients for that perfect holiday in Lanzarote.

Playa Blanca lies down at the southern tip of Lanzarote – ensuring that the resort generally enjoys the best weather the island can offer. Especially during the winter months. And is now the second most popular resort on Lanzarote after Puerto del Carmen.

Playa Blanca basically comprises three small coves, set within one larger sheltered bay. And has grown rapidly from the small fishing village which still lies at its heart. Extending from the beautiful beaches at Papagayo in the east through to the lighthouse at Faro de Pechiguera in the west.

Just across the Bocaina Straits sits the neighbouring
island of Fuerteventura. Creating an atmospheric spectacle at night as the lights there shimmer across the water. During the day tourists hop between the two islands aboard ferries that dock and depart from the port area close to the centre of Playa Blanca.

The resort still revolves around the original fishing village, which is home to the small but attractive town beach – Playa Blanca – from which the resort takes its name. As well as the bulk of the bars, restaurants and shops. To the east of the centre is the neighbouring beach of Playa Dorada – and to the west Playa Flamingo. With all three of these bays united by a delightful sea front promenade that runs from one end of the resort to the other.

Just beyond Playa Dorada – in the direction of Papagayo – is the relatively new Marina Rubicon. This plays host to luxury yachts, up market shops and a decent selection of bars and restaurants. As well as a twice-weekly market on Wednesdays and Saturdays.

During the day life in the resort revolves around the beaches. And a visit to the natural coves and bays at nearby Papagayo is an absolute must. Whilst as night falls the focus shifts back to the town centre – where there are plenty of good quality restaurants and bars to choose from.

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