Acqualava Waterpark: In Playa Blanca, inside the complex Relaxia Lanzasur club, is the newest water park in Lanzarote, with attractions such as: slow river, wave pool, children´s water castles, giant
slides, space bowl, fast slides, ramps and slides for children.
Rent a Bike : This will give you
excellent opportunities to see Playa Blanca at it's best. You can go from the stunning Papagayo beaches in the eastern part of the resort, all the way along past the Lighthouse at Faro park. The roads are reasonably flat, so it's not too strenuous. For those
who fancy more of an adventure, you can cycle up to Femes... but this is a testing route, and not for the light hearted.
Papagayo Beaches: No stay in Playa Blanca would be complete without a visit to the Papagayo beaches. These beaches are a great
place to escape from it all, far away from the bars and restaurants. You can join the guys from Rentakayak.es for a 3 hour Papagayo discovery kayak tour with guide or rent a kayak yourself and go at your own pace (single or doubles available). No experience necessary and a fun alternative to the rocky dirt road that leads to
The Marina Rubicon: is a must to visit with designer shops, restaurants and a craft market twice weekly, Wednesdays and Saturdays. The Marina Rubicon is a
pleasant stroll from the town a long a lovely seaside path passing the Dorada Beach. At the marina they have some rides (for young children), air hockey tables, mini golf, little rides and trampolines. Ten pin bowling is available upstairs in the Rubimar shopping
A small Golf links course is next to Kikoland in the grounds of the Princess Yaiza hotel. This is easily .ccessible from the promenade. Also in Kikoland are various activities for the youngsters, such
as the Lanzarote Soccer School, and tennis.
Dive: with Dive
College Lanzarote next to Natura Palace hotel or with the Dive School located at the Marina Rubicon.
A Day Trip: to Corralejo, Fuerteventura, at the
harbour take a ferry from either Fred Olsen or Armas.
Submarine Trips: available at the harbour, as are various boat and fishing excursions. Stalls are at
the ferry to book these, or via Last Minute Travel opposite the taxi rank in the centre of town. Right next to the taxi rank is a children's playground with climbing equipment.
Climb Montana Roja. You can drive almost to the top... and then walk the edge of the crater. Lots of photographic opportunities up there. Avoid when windy though, for safety. Take water, as there is no shop up there.
Timanfaya National Park: One of the islands main attractions. Once
inside the park you’ll witness the high temperatures recorded just below the earth’s surface.
Sun, Sea and Sailing: Catlanza SL
offer a fabulous day out on board their luxurious catamaran. Swim, snorkel, relax and be pampered by their competent crew.
For the adults they have a Platinum excursion
with no children on board. A glass of champagne cocktail in hand and the wind in your hair is the perfect way to spend a day of your holiday.
The Wine Museum of Lanzarote is located at the old cellars of the "El Grifo" wineries, which were built over the volcanic lava left from the 18th century eruption.