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Find information on Costa Calero in our Travel Guide covering sights, foods and nightlife plus more...
Costa Calero lies in the southeast of Lanzarote ten kilometres from the airport. It is an upmarket resort with a marina famous for the large number of luxury yachts which berth there. Although there is no beach there many opportunities for water sports and those looking for sand will find all they need in neighbouring Puerto Del Carmen.
Costa Calero is a peaceful resort offering yearlong warm sunshine in relaxing surroundings with a wide variety of sport and leisure activities.
A Costa Calero holiday is popular with those looking for a relaxing break by the pool. It is ideal for sun lovers, water sport enthusiasts and couples of all ages.
Costa Calero is a year round holiday destination having pleasantly hot summers and warm winters. Winter holidays are very popular with those wishing to escape the dreary British winter.
Costa Calero, on the southeast coast of Lanzarote, is three kilometres from Puerto Del Carmen. It is a small resort built in 1989 with high class accommodation from five star hotels to sumptuous villas. Its fine marina attracts many luxury yachts.
Although Costa Calero has no beach of its own, the white sands of Papagayo beach and the long sands of Puerto Del Carmen are only a short bus ride away. Many water sport facilities are available at the Marina including sailing, scuba diving and shark fishing trips.
There are many fine restaurants especially those on the waterfront at the marina.
Lanzarote is an island of outstanding natural beauty with wild extremes of landscape. An excursion to the National Park of Timanfaya with its huge volcanic craters and stark lunar landscape should not be missed. As the coach winds its way around this alien landscape on a twisting tarmac road you will be overawed by the huge craters and lava formations. At the restaurant in the National Park your food can be cooked on a grill heated from deep within the volcano.
Another very popular attraction is Los Verdes caves in the north of the island with their massive stalactites and stalagmites, underground lake and illuminated caverns.
The nightlife in Costa Calero is fairly low-key and centres on the cafes and restaurants of the resort. Much of the entertainment is hotel based. Those looking for a lively time will find many bars, clubs and discos in neighbouring Puerto Del Carmen.
One of the attractions of shopping in the Canary Islands is that goods are virtually tax free. To take advantage of this, visitors will need to visit Puerto Del Carmen where they will find very many specialist shops and boutiques. There are a small number of shops in Costa Calero providing holiday essentials, gifts and souvenirs. Most of the island seems to gather in Teguise on Sundays for the wonderfully vibrant market.
There are a number of bars, cafes, and restaurants serving a wide variety of food and catering for most tastes. There are some fine tapas bars and restaurants down by the marina where you can enjoy the bustle of the waterfront while you eat.