The new year is here and like many with the January blues, I am spending my days dreaming of warmer climates and surfing Holidays Gems website.
Anything to get away from the cold and all the snow we have been having. On my list of favourite places, you will find Lanzarote up near the top of the list, having been to Playa Blanca many times. I would love to return to a different area, so I have been doing my research and found a lovely part of the island called Costa Teguise. Costa Teguise was developed in the 1970’s and is a purpose built tourist destination. I absolutely love Lanzarote. It is only a four hour flight away, beaming hot sunshine all year round, and crystal clear ocean water. What more could you wish for?! Now I want to take some time to share with you some of the wonderful things to do in Costa Teguise.
Beaches: Costa Teguise offers five stunning beaches, all with glistening golden sand & clear blue waters. Some of the beaches are ready to lay down and bask in the sun, complete with sun loungers, umbrellas and even toilets. The others are more natural and secluded, so there is something to meet everyones needs. One of the great things about Lanzarote is you can visit any time of year and still be sure to get lovely weather. Costa Teguise has lovely hot summers and warm winters. In summer, the temperature is regularly in the high 20’s, averaging at 28 degrees, and even in the winter months you can expect an average of 21 degrees. Another great reason to escape the winter blues in this paradise island.
Water Park: Costa Teguise holds the island’s only water park, “The Aqua park”. This is great for families and couples. The prices are really reasonable with child tickets costing only 15 Euros and 18 Euros per adult. It’s a great day to break up your holiday and keep the children amused, and even the adults if you are like me and love to let your inner child out.
Shop till you drop: If you are like me, when you go on holiday you will love all the market stalls, selling goods that have been made on the island. As this is a tourist hot spot there is no lack of shops, aimed at tourists specifically. So, if the sun is getting too hot, take cover and grab yourself some gifts or if you are feeling generous, get the souvenirs in to take home to the family.
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