Apartamentos Fariones is located in the privileged setting of Puerto del Carmen, where guests can enjoy a wide range of leisure activities and gastronomy. This tourist destination has grown from a small fishing port to the main attraction on the island. Lanzarote has lots to offer visitors: stunning beaches and coves; interesting and original tourist attractions, crowned by the Timanfaya National Park; hiking routes; museums and a wide range of leisure to have fun each and every day. All these aspects ensure our guests enjoy a restful, yet entertaining stay.
Apartamentos Fariones are an oasis of calm located just a stone's throw from Playa Grande de Lanzarote, one of the most famous beaches on the island thanks to its fine, sandy beaches and crystal-clear waters.
Playas de Papagayo are a wonder of nature. A number of extraordinarily beautiful coves extending over one-and-a-half kilometres of coastline, separated by small stony outcrops. Allow yourself to be stunned by the landscape, surroundings and crystal-clear waters.
This beach, located in the famous town of Teguise is characteristic as it backs onto wild vegetation and dunes. If you like watersports like windsurfing or kitesurfing, this beach is the perfect place for you thanks to the gusts of winds and waves that beat the coast.
Cueva de los Verdes are a series of natural caves formed by volcanic eruptions. They feature 6 kilometres of tunnels that delve into the depths of the Earth before opening out into the sea off Lanzarote.
Jameos del Agua are a continuation of Cueva de los Verdes, located by the coast. Defined by the abundant wild vegetation in the inner part and the natural crystal-clear lake towards the outer part, here visitors can spot countless species, like the famous blind crabs.
Mirador del Río is one of the most famous works of César Manrique. This building is camouflaged by its stone façade, which means it blends into its surroundings. From the view point, visitors can enjoy views over Isla de la Graciosa, a small, undeveloped island.
Timanfaya National Park serves as a testament to Lanzarote's volcanic past. As a result of volcanic eruptions, no vegetation grows here; however, its unrivalled beauty and the range of colours visible in the soil (reds, browns, ochres) make this a must-see attraction.
The largest vineyards in Lanzarote are located at the base of Timanfaya, at the heart of this volcanic setting. The vines are planted in volcanic ash, meaning that the local wine is strong and flavoursome.
The César Manrique House Museum is a small shrine to one of Lanzarote's best historic artists. Located in Haría, the house is surrounded by the wild nature so typical of Lanzarote and that was so influential on the artist. The artist's most famous works can be seen here, included unfinished creations.
The variety of gastronomy on offer in Puerto del Carmen is held in high regard by visitors. Here, certain establishments serve the best international dishes whilst others use local products, like the wonderful fish served up at Varadero or the spicypapas con mojo picón.
The growth of Puerto del Carmen thanks to the influx of tourists has resulted in an increase in the variety of shops. Visitors can choose between shopping centres home to the largest international brands and smaller shops selling products typical of the island.
Puerto del Carmen comes alive at night thanks to the wide range of night life on offer. Visitors can enjoy live performances, restaurants, bars and the best clubs on the island. Make sure not to miss out on the entertainment served up at night: you'll love it!