Lanzarote is one of the most fascinating of the Canary Islands. As soon as you step foot on the island, you notice the unique colours of its volcanic landscapes, contrasting with the blue of the Atlantic.
Like the other Canary Islands, Lanzarote is of volcanic origin, but it is Lanzarote that the volcanic character is most apparent, firstly because part of its volcanism is more recent, and secondly because the scarcity of vegetation leaves exposed volcanic rocks that cover much of the island. The interior of the island appears in summer, like a lunar landscape, with about three hundred volcanoes and other rocks, brown or black, dotted with white spots isolated farms and villages.
On this biosphere reserve island, there are lively tourist resorts and little villages where all is peaceful and quiet. The large hotels and bungalows of the coastal towns coexist with rural houses, villas and boutique hotels in the charming inland villages. A full top-class range to guarantee the best holidays at any time of year in the extraordinary climate.
The island has made a name for itself in the training diaries of Europe’s sporting elite, especially during the winter months when the cold on the continent makes it impossible to do sports in the open air.
Running, cycling, golf, all kinds of water sports… There is no sport that can’t be enjoyed in Lanzarote thanks to its extraordinary year-round climate.
Combining holidays with physical exercise is a great idea. And if Lanzarote is the chosen destination, success is guaranteed.
Lanzarote’s two 18-hole golf courses are close by, and the incredible surrounding scenery is unforgettable.
The island offers the ideal climate for golf with year-round sunshine and warmth. The island of Lanzarote has two golf courses, Golf Costa Teguise, in the northern coastal municipality of Costa Teguise and Lanzarote Golf, in the village of Tías. The island, declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 1993, is one of the most fascinating islands in the Canaries, an impressive island in terms of landscape, climate and culture. A destination that is a must for any golfer who wants to explore it.
The varying levels of difficulty of the courses mean you can enjoy a round whether you’re a beginner or an advanced player.
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Looking for an exceptional golfing experience on the island of Lanzarote? Look no further than Golf Costa Teguise! This iconic 18-hole course, designed by renowned architect John Harris in 1978, offers a challenging ...
Lanzarote Golf is a modern 18-hole golf course, which was designed by the North American designer Ron Kirby, a par 72 course with four par 3’s, four par 5’s and ten par 4’s, ...