About Playa Blanca
Over the past few years Playa Blanca, originally a small fishing village, has been transformed into one of the islands main tourist areas.
Playa Blanca, at the southern-most tip of Lanzarote, is fast becoming one of the island's finest tourist areas. Almost always basked in warm sunshine and with the sea a constant calm, clear blue, Playa Blanca is a holidaymaker's paradise. There are superb views of the mountains and the islands of Lobos and Fuerteventura across the water. If it's lazy days in the sun you are looking for, this is the ideal place. The restaurants in Lanzarote are an excellent opportunity to try some of the local foods, such as Paella, and tapas.
Lanzarote offers visitors first-class, modern accommodation for their holiday. The nightlife in Playa Blanca is quieter than the other main resorts and this means that it is fantastic for families who want to spend the day around their pool or at the beach and their nights enjoying fine food at one of many international restaurants.
Most hotels and apartments offer in-house entertainment for kids and adults alike so there is no shortage of fun. From the harbour at Playa Blanca, ferries cross several times a day to Fuerteventura. It is possible to go to the island as a foot passenger or with a car and the 45-minute crossing is good fun in itself as you can sit on the open-air terrace and enjoy the ocean.