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Things to do in

Lanzarote

We invite you to enjoy our several entertainment evenings during the week. Barbecues, karaoke, race nights and party nights are held weekly with our live hosts here on the complex. Those visiting over the Christmas season are also welcome to join in our fun festive activities!

Step outside the Club Atlantico complex and you'll find there are so many things going on throughout the year. In February* Lanzarote enters the month long carnival season with costume parades in all the main towns accross the island. Everyone is encouraged to take part in the festivities with lice music until right through the night.

There are a number of good diving schools on the island, so if you are a 1st timer or an experienced diver, there will be something for you all. Divers will find a variety of different types of dive sites including an area designated as an underwater conservation park, which has a number of interesting wrecks. All the dive centers provide kit hire and opportunity to do beach dives and boat dives.

Sport fishing is hugely popular amongst visitors to the island. Totally equiped boats with all guarantees of security and comfort, and the best electronic equipment like GPS and Fish Finder offer fantastic days out whether you're fishing or just spectating.

Lanzarote - Island of Fire

If you are bored with lazing around sunbathing etc, there are plenty of activities to get you out and about.

Set at the northern tip of the Canaries, the volcanic island of Lanzarote is a truly unique place. The national park 'Timanfaya' is one of the worlds most important locations for volcanic studies and the breathtaking landscape here has been the setting for numerous films and television works. The terrain was even used extensively by NASA in their testing of lunar vehicles.

Once the capital of the island, Teguise is now a beautiful and peaceful little village up in the north. Every Sunday however Teguise is transformed into a bustling market with stalls and traders lining the meandering cobbled streets throughout the entire town.

The southern point of the island is where you will find the stunning beaches of Papagayo. There is relatively easy access to the beaches here but their remote location means they are kept deliberately quiet and tranquil with few services available. Of course there are hundreds of other beautiful beaches all around the island for families keen to have ice-cream sellers close to hand!