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Location information for Lanzarote

Lanzarote possesses volcanic scenery, yellow beaches and a relaxed atmosphere along with easy going bars and eateries. Puerto del Carmen is where most of the nightlife kicks off. Car hire in Lanzarote is a perfect way to see the best of what the island has to offer.

Budget Car rental opens the door to numerous attractions on the island. The Jameos del Agua lies among many caves and cliffs and the Jameo Grande boasts an idyllic tropical garden. Visit the Cesar Manrique Foundation, home to multiple exhibitions of the famed artist’s work. El Golfo, La Laguna de los Ciclos and Jardin de Cactus should all be on your to-do list, while the pleasant villages of Tias, Yaiza, Teguise and San Bartolome are located in the centre of Lanzarote.

La Cueva de los Verdes was formed after the eruption of a local volcano, La Corona. At the gateway to La Cueva de los Verdes a phenomenon known as jameo occurs, which involves the collapse of the surface due to a gas explosion or too much weight. Inside the caves, tranquil music and an impressive lighting system create an unusual atmosphere. The Visual Music Festival does a good job at explaining the history of the island’s peculiar scenery.

The majority of Lanzarote’s shopping attractions are located in the political and commercial district of Arrecife as well as along Playa de las Cucharas. When the sun goes down, party animals often head to Puerto del Carmen, where a variety of nightclubs and beach bars can be found among continental restaurants.

Lanzarote has plenty of daytrips to offer and with a cheap Lanzarote hire car, anything is possible. Tourists often flock to the famous Timanfaya National Park and enjoy riding camels and admiring other animals. Costa Teguise’s water park is also a popular destination for those wishing to cool down from the island’s often hot climate.