Playa Blanca: located on Lanzarote's sun-drenched southwest tip, is a quiet resort with some of the best beaches. The old town surounds a sweeping white sandy beach - from which Playa Blanca gets its name - and is flanked by numerous waterside cafes and restaurants. It is a memorable setting.
Lanzarote Holiday Information
For more information on: Why holiday on Lanzarote and what to see and do, read our:
Agni Guide to Lanzarote
Many of our villas in Lanzarote offer pool heating. This is provided FREE and is available from November until the 1st of May. (During the summer months it is not required as the pool is already warm.) The pool heating system raises the temperature approximately 3c to 5c warmer than a pool that is not heated.
Internet is widely available on Lanzarote. Most restaurants, bars and even supermarkets offer free wi-fi in return for a drink or small purchase. Some of our Agni Travel rental properties also offer internet. However Agni Travel does not guarantee 100% up time or promise that your device will connect to it. Some iPad versions and Laptops are not compatible with older Wi-Fi router architecture, which is widely used in Lanzarote and Agni Travel is not responsible if you are unable to connect to a network.
Papagayo is a natural beach to the east of Playa Blanca and is completely protected from any development. The beach is accessed by footpath and offers a paradise of white sand sloping gently towards a crystal clear sea.
Puerto Calero is an upmarket marina with some of the finest restaurants on the island. The water-front harbour bars are a great place to people watch - especially those disembarking from the super yachts moored in the harbour!
Timanfaya Volcano: The Timanfaya park is a must for any visitor to Lanzarote. View a unique landscape along with with exciting demonstrations of the volcano's hidden power. Steam geysers, camel rides and even a restaurant that only 'cooks' using the lava below! can all be experienced.
Vinos Do Lanzarote
Vinos Do Lanzarote:Despite Lanzarote's near zero rainfall, the locals have found an ingenious way to grow grapes and they produce the most sensational dry white wines. Several vineyards offer superb restaurants specialising in local tapas washed down by the homegrown wine - it is not to be missed.
Tapas: No visit to a Spanish island is complete without a meal at a local tapas bar - a variety of small portions to share. It is a great way to experience different tastes and dishes, with the local speciality being fish and camel!!