Costa Teguise


One of the most attractive cities on the island, on the east coast of Lanzarote, one of the most popular holiday destinations due to its year-round mild and mostly sunny climate.

Costa Teguise was deliberately built as a tourist center in the 1970s. With the participation of the well-known Canarian artist and architect César Manrique, many apartments, parks, and green spaces were built on the coast. Some examples of Manrique's work: Marketplace “Pueblo Marinero” in the center of the village with a collection of typical Canarian houses surrounded and the Hotel Salinas Melias with a botanical garden inside. To this day, white houses with flat roofs and green window frames shape the image of the place.

A variety of accommodation, restaurants and leisure activities are offered, golf (local golf course), hiking, water sports, ... and much more. Sports and cultural events have multiplied in recent years, currently with restrictions due to the current situation with Covid-19.

Costa Teguise has a wide range of childcare, starting with nursery, elementary (CEIP Costa Teguise), secondary school (Instituto) and private school (Colegio Las Arenas international), all possibilities for further education. The community center “Centro Civico” offers many activities for children and adults. Health is also provided, the city has its own health center “Centro de Salud”, another private clinic and doctors, with high standard.

Don’t forget the long beach promenade, that stretches almost continuously along the entire coast of Costa Teguise. Numerous cafes, bars, restaurants, shopping-, dive-centers, windsurf schools, bike rentals, orientate themselves along the Avenida del Mar. Starting in the north with "Playa de los Charcos", one of the quiet, even more natural beaches, used by locals as windsurfing spot and from the adjacent hotels. Continuing to “Playa de las Cucharas”, centrally located, popular, especially for windsurfing enthusiasts. Every year the PWA Costa Teguise - La Santa Surf World Championship in windsurfing takes place in June and the EFPT European Championship in Freestyle in July. Next beach "Playa del Jablillo" sheltered bay like a natural swimming pool, ideal for families, for swimming and snorkeling. Used by the surrounding dive centers for scuba diving and beginners' courses. Further along the beach promenade past the "Villa Toledo", first house in Costa Teguise, built in 1963 by the Toledo family, is "Playa Bastián", which is ideal for families with small children, easily accessible and sheltered from the wind. The beach promenade ends at the royal house.

Currently, we have 14 different properties available in and around the Costa Teguise area: