You’ll never be stuck for something to do when you’re on holiday in Playa Blanca, whether you’re in the mood for a sophisticated lunch at the marina or a lively dinner show at Rancho Texas down the road, a windsurfing lesson by the beach or a kayaking trip to the unspoilt Papagayo Peninsula.

Sleeping volcanoes and dreamy beaches are two of Lanzarote’s biggest attractions and you’ll find both in Playa Blanca. You could walk up Montana Roja and into its crater first thing in the morning then spend the rest of the day relaxing on your favourite of the resort’s three beaches, or board a boat to see the coast from the water.

3. Relax on the beach in Playa Blanca

Playa Blanca may be small but it has a grand total of three beaches of its own, and you’ll also find the peaceful beaches of the Papagayo nature reserve just along the coast. If you like to be close to the main shops and restaurants,
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5. Find your sea legs

With the Marina Rubicon at the centre of holiday life in Playa Blanca, boats and water sports are never far away. A cruise around Lanzarote’s coast is a relaxing way to see the island’s scenery.
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