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Welcome to Puerto del Carmen

Puerto del Carmen

Puerto del Carmen Holidays

Home to Lanzarote’s most popular beaches and the islands oldest tourist resort, Holidays to Puerto del Carmen have been attracting holiday makers from across Europe and beyond for decades. Sitting below booming hills on the southern coast of Lanzarote, the resort has a charming contrast between old Canarian culture as seen in the old town, and a sprawling modern holiday resort. The main attraction is the gorgeous golden beach, Playa Grande which runs through the town’s centre, covered in sun loungers and umbrellas it is a hot spot for families looking to play in the sand and sun worshippers alike. Offering entertainment for all ages, cheap last minute deals to Puerto del Carmen means you can put your pennies towards enjoying yourself once you arrive!

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Things to do

Puerto del Carmen never has a shortage of fun activities to do, with fun for all ages. Rancho Texas is a great day out for all the family with animal shows on all day, a waterpark for the kids and much more. Enjoy a bike ride around Puerto del Carmen with bike rentals or a bike tour. For all the shopaholics; Biosfera Plaza Shopping Centre is the best place to shop till you drop it also has mini golf and a kid’s playground on the roof. Gran Karting is adrenalin pumping Go Karting course only minutes away from Puerto del Carmen; with different go karts to suit different age groups starting from five years old and up and to suit anyone with a disability. Puerto del Carmen is popular for its snorkelling and diving experiences, admire the beautiful marine life and explore the calm waters of Lanzarote. All Inclusive Puerto del Carmen Holidays make it easier to save and enjoy as many activities that this beautiful haven has to offer. Timanfaya National Park is a fascinating trip to the many volcanoes of Lanzarote. Cheap Puerto del Carmen Sun Package Holidays from Dublin Ireland are available from Abbey Travel.


The average temperature in Puerto Del Carmen is around 22°C.


As Puerto del Carmen is a very popular tourist destination English is widely spoken and understood although Spanish is the official language.


Euro (EUR) is the official currency used in Puerto del Carmen.


Local time is GMT +1 (GMT +2 between the last Sunday in March and the Saturday before the last Sunday in October). The Canary Islands: GMT (GMT +1 in summer).

General Description: Welcome to Nautilus Lanzarote in Puerto del Carmen. The hotel is located 100 m from the sandy beach. The closest cities to the hotel are Arrecife (10 km) and Teguise (20 km). Other cities: Playa Blanca (40 km). To make your stay more comfortable a lobby, a lounge, air conditioning,..

Modern art in an old building works well in Lanzarote's capital, Arrecife, where a collection of works by international artists is on permanent display in the Castle of San Jose, a fortress built between 1776 and 1779 by King Carlos III of Spain. Some of the artists featured are Bacon, Picasso, Miro, Botero, Damaso and Luis Feito.

Situated between Guatiza and Mala is an unusual sightseeing attraction that combines art with nature. Artist Cesar Manrique created a work of art in the form of a cactus plantation in an old quarry. The Cactus Garden was Manrique's final piece of work in Lanzarote. More than 10,000 cactuses from Madagascar, Mexico and the Canary Islands grow in the garden. The site also features a restored windmill.

Timanfaya National Park is unique because it is the only national park in the world to have been developed by local residents. Also unique is what the park offers, which includes a volcanic field filled with a variety of geological and geothermic phenomena. In the restaurant visitors can end their guided tour of these wonders by enjoying a meal cooked on geothermal heat emanating from the steam vents and geysers exuding from the lava. The park also features 180 different plant species on its stark landscape.

Looking for something a bit different?  Check out our selection of cultural & adventure holidays or if you're looking to go it alone then see our selection of solo holidays.

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