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Holidays to Costa Teguise

A coastal town in the Canary Islands that was specifically designed for tourists, Costa Teguise is fast becoming a great spot for British tourists in search of sun all year round. Located on the island of Lanzarote, it won’t be hard for people on cheap Costa Teguise holidays to find something to see and do.


Due to Lanzarote’s semi-desert climate, Brits on cheap Costa Teguise holidays can be sure of catching a few rays. Close to the coast, a cooling breeze occasionally rolls in, which can also help with the heat during the summer months. However, as temperatures are fairly steady all year round, Costa Teguise is fast becoming a winter sun resort for British tourists.


With a range of natural beaches, or playas, and plenty of entertainment options, Brits will soon feel right at home in this Spanish town. While catching the sun, perhaps on Playa de los Charcos or Playa del Jablillo, many people are tempted by the cool, clear waters lapping the silky sand. You could even try your hand at windsurfing or scuba diving, although visiting one of the many bars just off the beach may be more your style.

Things To Do

A trip to the nearby AQUAPARK could also help to keep your family entertained, with the kids, as well as the adults, able to enjoy several water slides and pools. As a purpose-built tourist resort, the streets are lined in a way that makes finding what you are looking for easy.

Food And Drink

A pleasant evening is sure to be had at one of the town’s many restaurants and eateries, with the options ranging from traditional Spanish dishes to hearty British fare. However, some of the places even serve food from further afield, with Italian at Mister Romeo and Indian at Corner Restaurant to name just a few.

Tapas, the Spanish favourite, is also available across Costa Teguise, such as at La Tabla. For a dish with Canarian flavour, why not ask for a round of papas arrugadas, which are wrinkly potatoes that have been cooked in salty water, before being served with red and green mojo sauce.

There are lots of things to do once the sun goes down in Costa Teguise, with a number of the bars tailored towards UK holidaymakers. For example, in Jesters Bar you can have a drink before trying your hand at karaoke, whereas visitors at Dickens Cocktail Bar choose cocktails and conversation with friends.


Transfer Time approx – 30 mins

COST OF A BEER Around €2
3 COURSE MEAL Around €15

Top Destinations in Lanzarote


Matagorda has slowly developed from a suburb of Puerto del Carmen into a resort in its own right. It’s fairly small, but its three beaches and unique character make it popular with tourists.


Playa Blanca

With an excellent array of seafront restaurants and bars around the old harbour, enjoy chilled out nightlife in the exclusive resort of Playa Blanca.


Puerto Calero

The low-key resort of Puerto Calero has an air of exclusivity.The town’s main buzz centres around the marina, where expensive yachts dock and stylish eateries serve up lunch to outdoor diners.


Puerto del Carmen

The liveliest resort on Lanzarote, Puerto Del Carmen has a number of popular bars and restaurants on it’s main strip, alongside the quieter old quarter where you will find cobbled streets and tapas bars.


Location of Costa Teguise