...... How to Make the Most of your Break to Lanzarote - Frog in Well
Lanzarote is a place of warm beaches and sunshine. It is easy to get to and there are plenty of English speaking people to talk to when you get there. In this article, we look at some top tips and things to do when you get to Lanzarote.

Costa Teguise – The Home of Aquatic Park

When you visit Lanzarote, one of the favorite places to go to is the Aquatic Park. It has lots of pools and crazy slides with plenty for adventure seekers as well as for families.

Costa Teguise – 18-Hole Golf Course

Anyone who fancies a round of golf in shorts and tee shirts would do well to check out the golf course at Costa Teguise. With beautiful views of the surrounding countryside, and 18 holes of challenging golf, it could be just your thing.


There is plenty to do for shopaholics on Lanzarote, not just the shopping mall type promenade, but little bazaar shops where you are welcome to do some haggling if you are that way inclined.

Bars and Restaurants

There are plenty of bars and restaurants in Lanzarote, if you want somewhere more quiet and upmarket, then try Playa Blanca. For livelier night clubs and cafes, then go to Avenida de Las Playas. If the only thing you want to do is party all night long then you should make your way to Puerto del Carmen and Centro Atlantico, home to the Waikiki Beach Club and The Big Apple, both of them lively venues for serious party animals.


Camel rides are great fun and the locals say it is the best way to explore Lanzarote. If your friends are trying to convince you to wear lots of perfume or aftershave, it is because the camel will find it an aphrodisiac and keep trying to lick you. Best avoided!


Lanzarote is a land of volcanoes and you should spend some time seeing some of them. The views from above them are simply amazing and something that you will not want to miss.


Everyone on holiday loves to spend some time on the beach, and on Lanzarote  has plenty of beaches to choose from. You can even pick your favourite colour of sand, from jet black (Playa Quemada) to pure white (Orzola).

You don’t need to just relax at the beach, there is lots to do right there. Why not try your hand at scuba diving, snorkelling and windsurfing. Alternatively, perhaps just a ride on the banana boat will be the thing for you.

One thing you never should scrimp on in Lanzarote is the sun cream. Lots of people look up at the sky, see a few clouds, and think they don’t need to wear some sunscreen, but it is very deceptive and you will definitely need to wear a high factor protective screen every day you are in Lanzarote.

You should make sure that between the hours of 12 and 2pm you keep covered up, as this is when the sun is at its hottest. It is very easy to get sun burnt, and it will ruin the rest of your holiday!