Golf – There are two courses on in Puerto Del Carmen and Costa Tequise and a par 3 at Playa Dorado beach in Playa Blanca.

Water Parks – There are several Water Parks but the largest is in Costa Tequise, There is also one at Paradise Island Hotel only 5 minutes walk away.

Go Karting – Lanzarote has two karting tracks one near Puerto Del Carmen and the other near the airport

Deep Sea Fishing – There are fishing boats moored in Puerto Calero and Marina Rubicón who will take a party or individuals out fishing. Methods include big Game and light tackle fishing depending on the time of year.

Scuba Diving – There are Dive centres dotted around Playa Blanca and at Playa Flamingo Beach

Jet Skiing – There are jet skis available to hire at Playa Dorado Beach


Surfing – Costa Teguise is famous for windsurfing, Playa Las Cucharas is the beach to head for. This resort is slightly windier than the others and the sea is dotted with colourful sails in the afternoons. The PWA Freestyle event is held here each June.

Sailing – Lanzarote is the last stop before crossing the Atlantic and a popular place for sailing. There are yachts available for private hire with crew or bareboat charter if you’re a competent sailor. You can also join a sailing excursion to discover Lanzarote from the sea, with a chance of spotting dolphins & pilot whales. Head for Marina Rubicon or Puerto Calero.


Segway Tours – Take a Segway tour along the coast of Lanzarote, these machines are a fun way to explore the island for anyone aged 14 or older. There are different companies in each of the resorts offering Segway excursions.

Cycling – There are both road and mountain style bikes available for hire in Lanzarote. The island is popular with road cyclists having little traffic and some stunning roads but we also have 206km of mountain bike routes around the island.

Quad Biking – Quad biking in Lanzarote is exhilarating, the driver does require a valid driving license and part of the routes are on road but you can take a passenger on the back for partners or children to accompany you. There are some great off road tracks where you can have fun and raise some dust.


Walking – Lanzarote has lots of paths all across the island. Walking is a great way to discover the wildlife, find those hidden views and meet the locals. There are lots of signposts pointing you in the direction of paths or you could try some of our walks in Lanzarote. Why not take up the Montana Roja (TDiscover the beautiful National Park of Timanfaya National with a short camel trek through the volcanic landscapehe red mountain) next to the villa. just follow the track

Camel Riding – The Echadero de los Camellos in Parque Nacional de Timanfaya is easy to find, it’s on the main road from Yaiza LZ-67 as you approach the visitor attraction. Simply turn into the large car park when you arrive where you can see the camels lined up and waiting patiently for their next passengers

Clay Pigeon Shooting – The Campo de Tiro is situated in Tahiche, not one for general tourists as only Spanish but if you enjoy this sport you will be welcomed.