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PLAYA BLANCA | HOLIDAY VILLAS

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About Playa Blanca

Playa Blanca is a tranquil town situated on the southern tip of the island which takes its name from the white sands of its beaches. It is a relaxed un-spoilt resort that has been sympathetically developed so that the centre of the town has retained much of its original fishing village charm. Playa Blanca has a fantastic selection of restaurants throughout the resort catering for all tastes and budgets. From the sophistication of the Marina and charm of the old town, through to the rugged coast at the lighthouse, Playa Blanca provides contrast and variety more than any other resort on Lanzarote. 

East Playa Blanca

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PAPAGAYO COVES

The protected Papagayo beaches comprise of five untouched, sparsely populated stretches of fine golden sand separated by cliffs. There are no sun beds, no restaurants and very few people compared to town beaches.

MARINA RUBICON

A stunning marina by day and night with restaurants, shops, and a twice weekly craft market. Here you will find Diving and Sailing schools, leisure facilities along with a good selection of boat hire and excursions.

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DORADA BEACH

Playa Dorada is the most popular beach in Playa Blanca. This is a man-made beach, maintained and well protected with calm waters. Rental services for sunbeds, sunshades and water sports equipment.

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Central Playa Blanca

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OLD TOWN

A busy and charming ocean front with stunning views across to Fuerteventura. The centre of the town retains much of its original fishing village charm. There is a fantastic selection of restaurants catering for all tastes and budgets.

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WHITE BEACH

Playa Blanca (White Beach) is a small beach located in the middle of the town. With fine sand and the boardwalk is lined by restaurants with terraces overlooking the ocean. Beach services include showers and rentals of hammocks and sunshades.

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FERRY PORT

A busy harbour and marina. You can book a ferry crossing to the neighbouring island of Fuerteventura which takes 25 to 35 minutes. Leisure and fishing excursions are also plentiful and can be found along the boardwalk.

West Playa Blanca

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FLAMINGO BEACH

A sheltered beach that is perfect for swimming and children. Sun beds are available for hire. The beach is backed by attractive low-key restaurants and shops. The beach is located a short 5-minute walk to the west of the Ferry Harbour.

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WATER PARK

Aqualava Waterpark has great rides for everybody, providing safe water fun for adults and children alike. In the children’s area, there is a castle with slides of different shapes and a huge bucket which constantly spills out water.

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THE LIGHTHOUSE

To the west of Playa Blanca there is a promenade, great for an evening walk to the lighthouse, or for joggers. There are only a few bars and restaurants along here. Impressive waves at the lighthouse end of the journey on windy days

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