Villa Keira - Luxury Villa, Playa Blanca

Villa Keira

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Kikoland (Princessa Yaiza Hotel)
Rubicon Diving Centre
Papagayo Bike Hire
Tour Official Segway
Aqualava (Water Park)
Dino Park (Water Park)

Playa Blanca

Playa Blanca is one of Lanzarote's three major resorts and has grown in leaps and bounds over the twenty years, spreading both eastwards and westwards from the original fishing village.

The resort still revolves around the fishing village which is home to the small but attractive beach of Playa Blanca from which the resort gets its name. The beach is backed by an attractive promenade with a variety of restaurants, coffee shops and bars.

To the east of the centre is Playa Dorada, which is the nearest beach to the villa, and this is a perfect place for catching the sun. Next to Playa Dorada is the Papagayo Commercial Centre which houses a variety of shops, bars and restaurants. There's a bike hire shop here too if you fancy some exercise and recreation.

Further eastwards along the promenade is the Marina. This is a relatively new attraction to Playa Blanca and has a selection of waterfront coffee bars and restaurants to suit most culinary and quaffing preferences. Behind the waterfront are a number of designer outlets and boutiques, and there is a market twice a week for local crafts & ornaments.

For families, there are now two brand-new waterparks, located at the Rio Hotel and Club Lanzasur, plus several kids playgrounds in town. The villa is also conveniently located for a trip to kikoland - a large family fun centre which can provide play activities for your children at a cost of €12 per day.

It's also possible to walk from Las Coloradas to the world famous Papagayo Beaches, although the furthest, and nicest, are probably best accessed by car (or water taxi from the harbour).

Westward from town, past the harbour, is Punta Limones and the resorts second beach – Playa Flamingo. The promenade goes on to the lighthouse at Faro Park and stops eventually at the Atlantic Ocean!

From the promenade you can look across to Fuerteventura and you can also see the small Island of Isla de Lobos. Ferries cross to Fuerteventura several times a day from Playa Blanca’s main harbour and it is an enjoyable day excursion.