Boasting an array of natural landscapes and shoreline, Costa Teguise is best known for its stunning beaches. Costa Teguise’s sunny weather invites summertime travellers to partake in water activities while discovering local flora, fauna, and design.
Things to do in Costa Teguise
Windsurfing is a popular outdoor activity in Costa Teguise. Visitors can rent windsurfing equipment or take lessons from shops along the shore. Those who prefer to relaxy can lounge in the sun, while scuba diving, surfing and snorkelling are also available.
Travelling with the kids? Aquapark Costa Teguise is ideal for families. In addition to the typical offerings like water slides and swimming pools, the Aquapark has go-karts, paintball and two adventure circuits.
If you want to see the local wildlife up close, visit the Lanzarote Aquarium. It offers a charming variety of sea life including turtles, sharks, and dozens of fish species that you can observe while staying comfortably dry.
The nearby Jardí¬n de Cactus is a perfect afternoon activity, home to unique displays of over 10,000 stunningly diverse cactus plants of more than 1,400 species. The garden was designed by César Manrique, who played a large part in shaping the overall spirit of the island.
To see more of César Manrique’s influence on Lanzarote, head to the Pueblo Marinero. Manrique designed the traditional-style buildings in this complex, which is home to various shops and restaurants as well as housing and gardens.
Getting around Costa Teguise
It’s only about a 15-minute drive from the Lanzarote Airport in Arrecife to Costa Teguise, while taxis and buses are also available. If you want to explore the island beyond the major cities, it’s best to rent a car.