Lanzarote is the most dearly among the Canary Islands. It is situated at the north coast of Africa. Its timid and arid climate is the reason why it is an ideal year-round destination. Lanzarote’s temperature ranges from 21°C in the winter to 29°C in the summer.
Lanzarote is also a family friendly place and offers variety of activities to enjoy. Its diverse scenery and Atlantic location offers a selection of safe shallow beaches and dramatic swells. You would surely enjoy snorkeling, surfing, scuba diving and parasailing on their waters. Lanzarote is also a place for couples who loves to shop and night life. Puerto del Carmen has the busiest nightlife with pubs, restaurants and nightclubs. You can buy perfumes and cigarettes at cheaper rates as Lanzarote enjoys a special duty free tax status.
The spectacular white sand beaches such as those at Playa Blanca and Papagayo draws couples and families. Accommodation places such as villas and apartments are well furnished with dishwasher, microwave, comfortable bed and a TV. Leisure facilities include windsurfing school, tennis court, health and fitness centre, playground, pool and table tennis to make making your holidays a lot more exciting and fun. One of the best resorts is the Sands Beach Resorts. It offers well-appointed accommodation with apartments having modern amenities, including a kitchen, to ensure you an utmost comfort.
If you are planning a holiday to Lanzarote Island, there is no need for you to worry too much of the cold breeze at night. Night time in the winter can drop as low as 14 degrees centigrade, but it rarely dips so low, and almost never below that, making it a nice, warm climate, especially in the summertime when temperatures can rise as high as 32 degrees centigrade (though rarely higher than that). The cooling trade winds of the North Atlantic create this temperate climate, keeping it from rising as high as the nearby Sahara, and keeping the climate pleasant and beautiful.
Except for the Grand Hotel in Arrecife, local regulations on development mean that there are no high rise buildings on the island, and there are no billboards, either. Lanzarote is gorgeous, beautiful and unspoilt, though it is undoubtedly populated. Pay a visit to the island to see attractions like Jameos del Agua, a cave complex with a natural concert hall, a restaurant and museum, and an underground lagoon. There are man-made attractions as well, both historical and modern. You can pay a visit to the Wine Museum of Lanzarote, or check out the Castillo de San Gabriel in Arrecife, which is a 16th Century fortress overlooking the Arricife Harbor. No matter what your tastes, you are sure to find something pleasing in Lanzarote.
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Article Added on Tuesday, May 5, 2009
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