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Our search page's filters can help you find your dream property in Costa Teguise. Costa Teguise is the perfect place to book a holiday letting if you can't imagine a holiday without internet or you're dreaming of days spent poolside, as the most frequently offered amenities are internet and pools. Begin your holiday planning in advance if you like to end your days curled up by the fire or you want a letting with a sauna. There are just 39 listed properties providing fireplaces and 114 properties including saunas.
The Weather in Costa Teguise
- Rainy days
This is the climate diagram for Costa Teguise. August is the warmest month of the year in Costa Teguise, with temperatures reaching an average daily maximum of 31°. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Costa Teguise, with temperatures falling below 14°. The rainiest month is November, while the driest month is June.
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Accommodation options for your holiday in Costa Teguise
Users who are hoping to find apartment rentals in Costa Teguise can find plenty of alternatives, as this is the most prevalent accommodation type there. These holiday properties have an average size of 55 m² as well as an average price of £70 per night. Furthermore, the majority of apartment rentals in Costa Teguise can welcome groups of 4, which makes Costa Teguise a perfect holiday destination for medium-sized groups and families. If you would prefer something else, you could search and compare some other accommodation types, such as hotel rooms, which are the second most popular property type in Costa Teguise. Our analysis reveals that the standard cost of hotel rooms is £151 per night for an area of 47 m².
White and green holiday lettings in Costa Teguise and on Lanzarote
Driving along Lanzarote's winding roads and listening to the local radio sets you in the mood for a slower pace of life. After all, the ocean is electric turquoise, the volcanic sands seem lunar and one of those green and white houses surely holds the Costa Teguise apartment of your dreams.
Where to find the best food in Costa Teguise?
Happy palate, happy holidays
As cliché as it may sound, you will find restaurants for every budget. There are smaller ones, serving the menú del dia. You'll start off with traditional soups, seafood or steaks for the main course, and even a good ol' flan de huevo for dessert. El Guachinche de Luis is a great find that also provides vegetarian options.
For an upscale place with atmosphere, head to La Bohemia. There is a high chance you'll find the best desserts in Costa Teguise here. Juicy steaks, home-made chips and portions well above average. It's best to book in advance as it can get busy.
What are the best activities for families in Costa Teguise?
Water sports with your family
Take the whole family to Playa del Jablillo in Costa Teguise. The magic lies underwater. Rent a snorkel, choose to go scuba diving, or – better yet – enjoy a sea trek, one of the newest activities that gets you familiarized with life in the deep. Whatever you decide, rewards are near: excellent visibility and a multitude of fish to spot.
Many athletes come to Lanzarote for the world-class surfing and kitesurfing spots. One of the best options for beginners is the wide Playa de Famara, with very forgiving waves and currents. The more experienced surfers will probably head to La Santa to battle with the strong waves and swells. The village is also home to Quemao Class surf and bodyboard contest. Don’t surf? No problem! Go for the spectacular photo opportunities.
Where are the unique attractions in Costa Teguise?
Beyond the sun and the surf
One of the most authentic and picturesque villages on Lanzarote is Teguise. Enjoy walking the narrow cobblestone streets, enrol on a quality-souvenir hunt or simply people watch in the square. The Sunday market should not be missed. If all this have not yet convinced you, hike up to Castillo de Santa Bárbara. The history of the castle started with a tower built in the 15th century. The views from the top are magnificent.
You’ve probably passed the volcanoes several times and either felt intimidated or fascinated by them. For a lesson on the power of nature, Timanfaya National Park is the key. Book a guided tour in advance if this is your preferred approach, or you can simply buy your tickets to the park and wait for the bus to take you on a ride.
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