Charco del Palo
Cala nudist Northeast Lanzarote. The white sand dotted with wild vegetation surrounding a paradisiacal natural pools. A differentiator dip in the island.
Playa bajo el Risco
One of the most exotic coves in Lanzarote. An ideal setting which is enhanced by the stunning surrounding landscape: La Graciosa and Montaña Clara islands on the horizon.
The best beach in Costa Teguise. Small but charming. Sheltered from the wind frequent resort, is a guarantee for the dip any day of the year.
500 metres long and with an average width of about fifty metres. It is the main sunbathing area of the northern part of Puerto del Carmen.
Barranco del Quíquere
A nudist spot located about two kilometres south of the fishing harbour of Puerto del Carmen. An excellent group of small natural coves of volcanic stone with enviable weather conditions.
The beach with better conditions for families to enjoy the sun of Costa Teguise. The dynamics around this cove, from Avenue Bastian, optimally complements the dip.
Piscinas naturales de Punta Mujeres
Genuine choice of sun and swim in the northeast of Lanzarote. The pools are surrounded by volcanic badlands, they extend along two kilometers of coastline from Punta Mujeres.
The large beach Northeast Lanzarote is located in the fishing village of Arrieta. We like its navy zip, nursery athletes of all ages, and its peaceful atmosphere.
La cueva de doña Juana
One of the most charming spots in Puerto del Carmen. Its very small, barely 40 metres, but very pretty thanks to the magnificent surroundings.
The beach looks to El Río and the islands of the Archipelago Chinijo. Three kilometers are marvelous shelter of Famara cliff. Swimming conected with nature.
Montaña Amarilla-La Cocina
A fantastic cove that is sheltered by the pretty Montaña Amarilla to the south west of La Graciosa: a pleasant dip in crystal clear waters.
One of the most exotic beaches of the Canary Islands. It has a privileged position in an outstanding natural environment.
Playas de Papagayo
One of Lanzarote´s paradise locations. An immense valley of golden white sand that contrasts with the grandeur of the sea and its beautiful blue tones.
El Caletón Blanco
Its white´s sand hovers and sits on the flood of badlands of the Volcano of La Corona offering one of the most impressive ecological pictures of Lanzarote.
Playa Blanca-Playa Grande
The best synonym for the coupling of sun and sand tourism, hundreds of bathers enjoy the unbeatable conditions for a relaxing dip or to swim.
The small beaches enjoy a privilege over crowded bathing areas: something as precious as the silence, broken only by the suggestive of wavelets breaking on the shore.
The white sand in contrast to the clear turquoise waters of soft tones frame a beach paradise, always calm view of Famara.
Playa Quemada: La Arena - El Pozo
Everything has a calm air about it when you visit these deserted coves.
Barranco de Los Conejos
Small oasis within the rugged geography southeast of La Graciosa, the cove known for its golden sand, the view of Famara and being almost always bleak.
A huge bag jable draws a mysterious bathroom space where converge walkers, cyclists and planes departing and arriving to the island of volcanoes.
The vast carpet of white chime and the Caribbean range of blue sea contrasts with the mass of buildings in the capital of Lanzarote.