On the seafront of Las Cucharas beach
Wellness and Fitness
Lanzarote exhibits a brown and gray landscape from another world, to which it has to be title of Biosphere Reserve. White houses with green or blue windows complete the spectacular environment that accompanies guests of Barceló Hotels & Resorts in Lanzarote for the wildest nature.
The golden and volcanic beaches adorn coastal towns and natural areas of great ecological value such as Timanfaya National Park, the star of volcanic prints where you can observe the characteristic camels. The Chinijo Archipelago Natural Park, headed by the islands of La Graciosa and Alegranza, brings together numerous marine species.
In the center of the island, the volcanic lands are used for the production of wine with Malvasía grape. The curious conical structures formed by stones make up this protected natural area known as La Geria. But, without a doubt, the final touch of your stay is the sensation of staying at Barceló Hotels & Resorts in Lanzarote - and, therefore, star of an experience with unique touches.
Throughout the island, the works of the artist César Manrique are distributed, designed in order to defend the heritage of Lanzarote. Among them, the Water Jameos perhaps the most representative: a volcanic tube transformed into space for art with an impressive internal lake inhabited by species of endemic blind crabs.
Art and scuba diving enthusiasts must also visit the recently opened restaurant The Atlantic Museum, which makes visitors reflect on current issues through sculptures placed on a sea bed of over 100 meters deep. Costa Teguise, one of the most attractive tourist destinations in Lanzarote, is located on the east of the island and very close to the capital. It is also accessible from Barceló Hotels & Resorts in Lanzarote.
Los Hotels in Lanzarote of the Barceló Hotel Group are the gateway to another universe. This is a fascinating universe.