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Alma - Cozy Loft with ViewsTravelling soul who only seeks the essence of things, this little loft has it all! Lots of light and style, endless views of the horizon, a visual-free chill-out terrace, and a spacious layout that allows you to have a 180x200 bed and an impressive bathroom.
Apartment Las Cucharas!! 400m from the beach.Beautiful all-new, independent loft 400m from Costa Teguise's finest beach and just minutes from the main dining, shopping and promenade area. It consists of a queen bed, living room, equipped kitchen and a nice bathroom. Independent and easily accessible entrance. Free parking on request. Cot on request. We will be available during the stay for any enquiries
Cactus: designer apartment facing the poolModern, bright and quiet for 2/3 people. Very central (Bastian Beach area), in a complex with 2 swimming pools, one of them just a few steps from the apartment, a very well kept garden and just 5 minutes walk from the beach and the promenade. The apartment consists of a bedroom, a modern bathroom with Italian shower, a bright and airy living room with a large window and 120x190 sofa bed, an open kitchen, and a terrace with table and bench.
Located on the east coast of Lanzarote, this compact resort has become a haven for windsurfers. The vast sweep of the Playa de las Cucharas provides excellent conditions for the sport all year round, while a number of more sheltered beaches offer respite from the strong breezes. Built in the 1970s, Costa Teguise bears the imprint of a famous local artist in its pretty Pueblo Marinero, the plaza he built to resemble a typical Canarian fishing village, where a market is held every Friday evening.
In fact, one of the town’s greatest virtues is its proximity to the artist’s other fascinating creations, like his caverns of Jameos del Agua and his Jardín de Cactus gardens, both reachable within a 20-minute drive. The pretty Lanzarote villages of Arrieta and Haría are not much further away, and closer attractions include the island’s waterpark, golf course, and the Royal Residence of La Mareta, at the end of the seafront promenade, which is where the Spanish royal family stay when they’re in town.
Costa Teguise is easily accessible. The island’s airport (ACE) is located in Lanzarote’s capital, Arrecife, and is only a 15-minute drive or taxi ride. There’s no direct bus, but you can make the short journey from the airport into Arrecife and catch another bus to Costa Teguise from there. The town is very walkable, and there are plenty of taxis to get you round the island, plus a number of local bus routes that also connect with the main towns and popular destinations. But if you want to explore fully — and be able to reach the out-of-the-way beaches — it’s more convenient to rent a car.
In contrast to much of Lanzarote and the Canary Islands as a whole, this region on the northeastern coast does experience a slightly cooler climate, particularly during the winter months. Still, Costa Teguise enjoys more than 300 sunny days a year, and there’s plenty of warmth from spring to autumn. March is a particularly fun time to be in Lanzarote as it’s when the island takes part in the Canaries’ vast Carnival celebrations, with music, dancing, and parades in every town, including Costa Teguise. Temperatures are good for sunbathing from June to November, and in August the sea breezes that make the area so popular for water sports can be especially welcome.
This sensational dwelling place, which the artist constructed around five interconnected lava bubbles in the island’s volcanic rock, was Manrique’s home for 20 years. Known as Taro de Tahíche, it is a perfect encapsulation of his architectural style and home to many more of his works, alongside his own private collection of contemporary art.
Another local artist turned these lava tunnels into an artwork in their own right during the 1960s. Formed during an eruption of the La Corona volcano four millennia ago, the vast caverns once provided shelter for Spanish settlers from pirates and invaders; today they’re an auditorium, their acoustics creating an atmospheric setting for concerts.
The historic capital of Lanzarote, a 15-minute drive inland, was the island’s first settlement. Its 15th-century castle — now a museum dedicated to piracy — still perches atop of the Guanapay Volcano, and the old streets and medieval churches come back to life during the Sunday morning market.