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Costa Teguise is a modern purpose built resort offering a little bit of something to suite everyone’s needs. For the family the obvious choice has to be the water park or even the stunning Las Cucharas beach, a crescent shaped bay ideal for sunbathing or even paddling in the cool blue waters.

Also home to an 18 hole golf course and volcanic caves, a visit to this island wouldn’t be complete without taking a camel ride to the famous Fire Mountains.

Transfer Time approx – 30mins

Pueblo Marinero Square is the best bet for eateries; a mix of local and international restaurants ensure that nobody will be left stuck for options. There's ample oportunity to sample the local fish dishes, but the kids will also be satisfied with crowd-pleasers like pizza and spaghetti bolognese. Avenida de Jabillo is the place to go for a night out, with a nice mix of Spanish bars and Irish pubs on offer.

Costa Teguise's main attraction is it's beaches; the miles of golden sand are the perfect place to kick back and de-stress! Windsurfing is popular here, particularly at breezy Cucharas Beach, but sunbathers may prefer the more sheltered Bastian Beach.

For shopping head to the town of Teguise, frequented by markets selling jewellery, lace, leather and handicrafts; if you haggle you're sure to come away with some bargains. Alternatively, indulge your adventurous side in the Timanfaya National Park, an area of volcanic lava formations that can be explored by coach or camel!

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Key Facts

  • Language: Spanish
  • Currency: Euro
  • Flight time: 4.5 hours
  • When to go: Year-Round

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