The island of Lanzarote: a dream place to practice diving courses

Lanzarote is a unique island of extreme and unusual beauty. Amazing nature, dramatic landscapes, long sandy shores, a deeply rooted local culture and gastronomy, and above all a genuine respect for nature and its environment, all make Lanzarote an ideal destination to enjoy, and return to. It will keep surprising you!.


The island is home to spectacular crystal-clear waters and superb stretches of white, golden and black sand. Papagayo, Puerto del Carmen and Matagorda on the southern side of the island boast some of the best beaches and coves. In the north, you´ll love the impressive beach of Famara and the ones in Costa Teguise, Arrieta, Caleton Blanco, Orzola and the island of La Graciosa.


The mild, spring-like weather all year round and the magic natural landscapes of Lanzarote attracts port enthusiasts from all over the world to practise their favourite sports. Both amateurs and professionals visit the island to surf, kitesurf, windsurf, triathlon, golf, diving, sailing, cycling, mountain bike, trekking, paragliding, hiking…


From traditional cuisine to the most innovative gastronomic creations, in Lanzarote you can enjoy excellent cuisine. Outstanding fish and shellfish, vegetables, goat meat, black canary pork, and excellent wines with “Denomination of Origin Lanzarote”, produced in the magical vineyard landscapes of La Geria

You can´t miss…

In the Fire Mountains in Timanfaya National Park, on an active crater it is possible to taste dishes cooked in the heat of the volcano

Jameos del Agua is a volcanic tube that reaches the sea water and has a stunning natural auditorium

The Atlantic Museum has begun installing a set of sculptures by international artist Jason deCaires Taylor on January 2016 in what will become Europe’s first underwater museum. The museum will be featuring more than 300 sculptures and is to be completed in 2017. The network of art, culture and tourism centres (CACT) aims to foster sustainable tourism in Lanzarote founded on the conservation and the defense of essential values in an area declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO

Cueva de los Verdes is a fascinating cave created by the eruptions of the La Corona Volcano

The Cactus Garden is Manrique´s latest creation and boasts over 7,200 species with more than 10,000 different specimens

In the Casa-Museo del Campesino and Fertility Monument, located in the geographical centre of the island, you can learn about the most authentic side of our agriculture and handicrafts

The Mirador del Río is a unique building where the architecture integrates seamlessly with the landscape and a balcony from where spectacular views over the Chinijo Archipelago can be enjoyed