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Hotels in Playa Blanca

Lanzarote's most southerly resort, Playa Blanca is a luxury, modern holiday town that overlooks a superb sandy beach and is known for its particularly international atmosphere. Like all other holiday destinations on the Canary Islands, the resort is generally warm all year round and is a popular winter retreat for many tourists from Northern Europe.

The Castillo de las Coloradas

Probably the most historic sight in Playa Blanca, the Castillo de las Coloradas is renowned for its sea views and is a popular local visitor attraction. The building, which dates back to the 18th century, was an important lookout for pirates, and is next to the glorious sands of Las Coloradas Beach.

The Timanfaya National Park

There is probably no other place on Lanzarote that could be more perfect for a day trip than the Timanfaya National Park. This extraordinary volcanic landscape, which has also been named the Montañas del Fuego (Fire Mountains), was created almost 300 years ago, when dozens of volcanoes struck the island and drastically altered its physical make-up. The park is famed for its El Diablo restaurant, which cooks fantastically flavoursome Canarian recipes with a unique geothermal heat method and offers phenomenal views of the volcanic scenery.


The capital of Lanzarote since the mid-19th century, Arrecife is a strategic port just a few miles from the island's international airport. Arrecife is also home to the enchanting Castillo de San José fortress, which was also designed in the 18th century and, like Playa Blanca's Castillo de las Coloradas, was built to defend the island from imminent pirate invasions.

The Cueva de los Verdes

This unique lava tube, which was formed around 1000 BC, is regularly open to the public and contains a special concert hall that can accommodate several hundred people. The Cueva de los Verdes was created by the Corona Volcano, and comprises a formidable cave system that includes a special 'Tunnel of Atlantis' section more than 9km long.

Hotel suggestions

For a very affordable, beautifully landscaped resort, choose the H10 Rubicon Palace, or consider the exclusive Princesa Yaiza Suite Hotel Resort if you're looking for outstanding hospitality. Other highly rated Playa Blanca hotels include the majestic Dream Gran Castillo Resort and the contemporary, elegant and value-for-money SENTIDO H10 White Suites.

Where to dine in Playa Blanca

You can enjoy some tasty, traditional English recipes at The Port of Call, or treat yourself to some delicious hamburgers at Chacho Fresh Burger. For some inspiring Portuguese dishes, head to the Atlantico Bar Restaurant, have some mouthwatering Italian food at Casale Franco, or enjoy some excellent seafood, Spanish recipes and international-themed dishes at Blue Note Lanzarote.

Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Playa Blanca

Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in Playa Blanca?

Labranda Alyssa Suite Hotel, THB Tropical Island and H10 Lanzarote Princess are some of the popular hotels in Playa Blanca.

What is the cheapest price for a hotel in Playa Blanca?

The cheapest price for a double room in Playa Blanca is £41, offered by Palmeras Garden.

What are the best hotels in Playa Blanca near the center?

The best hotels near the center of Playa Blanca are Elba Lanzarote Royal Village and Paradise Island.

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