Rocking Night Life At Lanzarote

Filed in Night Life, Things to Do by on December 13, 2018 0 Comments

Lanzarote has a reputation as the quiet Canary Island, but that does not mean it does not offer many opportunities for parties. The most lively areas of nightlife in Lanzarote are the capital of the island, Arrecife and the town of Puerto del Carmen, especially on Avenida de las Playas, a street that appears that never sleeps.

In Playa Blanca you will find the Marina Rubicón marina, which has several elegant bars and exclusive restaurants for those who like nightlife and entertainment. This Pier is full of elegant glamorous yachts and attracts a clientele looking for bars, bistros and sophisticated bars to relax and have fun. An important attraction here is the Café Del Mar, a chill-out bar, which has venues throughout Spain. This bar has funky music, fantastic views and a very nice atmosphere.

 

Gran Casino, Lanzarote

Costa Teguise has a good selection of restaurants, bars and pubs, although it is much quieter than its neighbour – Puerto del Carmen with one more in the family – feel in place. You will find the sport that shows in several bars and many others, offering cabaret or family entertainment.

Try the wide variety of great entertainment bars and restaurants for all types of food from all over the world, including Mexico, French, Hindi, Chinese and Thai etc.

Puerto del Carmen has much to offer. Try the local bars that have good atmosphere and prices. In the area of the Atlantic Shopping Center, there are plenty of places to eat and it is also a good place for dancing and drinks starting at 8:00 pm and continues until the last hours of the night. The DJs are excellent, but if it is live music that you are looking for, in the bar-disco every Friday and Saturday you have a show with live music.

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Arrecife also has its own bars and nightclubs, it is actually the best way to meet other adventurous travellers from around the world. If you are really looking to be the only tourist in a room full of Spaniards, consider asking a native to suggest a club in Arrecife, the capital. This is where most of the locals go at night. Early evening is a time to have lunch and dinner at any of the island’s fabulous bars, cafes or restaurants. However, bar activities will not really start to take effect a little later in the evening – so be sure to take it easy! Lanzarote’s nightly entertainment options are as diverse as they could be, so you’ll be sure to find something that you like and how good it is – entertainment is usually free.

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