Lanzarote’s range of adults-only hotels could make it the perfect place for holidaymakers looking to soak up the sun whilst escaping the sound of screaming children.
Located on the sandy Costa Leguise, the Barcelo Teguise Beach hotel is one such hotel that has decided to open its doors to adults only. It has since been voted the top luxury hotel in the Costa Leguise, featuring an award-winning spa complete with a hot tub and beachfront access. Guests can relax by the pool or venture out onto the sandy beach.
Marconfort Atlantic Gardens Bungalows offer another accommodation option for those wanting a kid-free holiday. These apartments are located in Playa Blanca overlooking the sea and surround a lavish pool with plenty of sunbeds for catching a tan.
Adding to these two options, you then have the Elba Premium Suites also in the Playa Blanca area. These intimate adults-only suites are ideal for those wanting a touch of top end luxury. The resort also has a 25 metre pool and a restaurant and bar, as well as a private solarium containing Balinese beds.
All these choices have made Lanzarote a top choice for couples and groups of friends wanting a peaceful retreat abroad. The island’s adult-focused activities however are also a large part of the appeal.
Alcohol on the island is very cheap. You’re unlikely to pay more than the equivalent of two pounds for a beer (bars meanwhile will regularly have happy hours offering pints for one Euro!). Meanwhile when it comes to cocktails, you’ll often find deals in the evening when crawling the bars. Alternatively if you’re looking for good wine, the tiny cheese shop of MisQuesitos.com is renowned for its vintages on offer, on top it’s many cheese and wine events.
When it comes to fine dining Lanzarote also has plenty of options here making it a great option for couples wanting a romantic getaway. The likes of Lani’s Café Restaurant offer a scenic vista over the sea, whilst La Cocina De La Colacho gazes out over surrounding mountains. Such restaurants can be great places for tasting fine food without the lofty prices you might pay back home.
The island is also great for active pursuits such as hiking and cultural trips that are likely to be more adult-focused. You can rent a bike or a quad and ride out into the island’s volcanic planes. Timanfaya National Park meanwhile offers some great hiking trails, one of which ends up at the hidden volcanic beach of El Golfo. Scuba diving fans meanwhile can take various tours around the island that allow them to explore the underwater worlds around Lanzarote. It’s particularly great for first-time divers, with companies such as Lanzarote Ocean’s Divers getting rave reviews.
Altogether, it’s range of adult-only hotels and adult-focused activities make Lanzarote a place worth recommending for those wanting an adults-only holiday. The likes of A1travel.com that have great deals to these hotels on the island.