Costa Teguise is unique – a place where laid-back relaxation combines with wind-tousled activity. In this modern, refreshing resort you can be exactly who you want to be and do what you want to do.
Fantastic fact: Costa Teguise Golf is the oldest golf course on Lanzarote, an 18-hole, par 72 challenge designed by John Harris in 1978.
A Family Affair
Costa Teguise is probably most famous as a family resort, a place where millions of tourists simply love the idea of getting out and enjoying the buzz that a blissful, sun-kissed resort can give. And the resort has plenty to offer for all the family, with beautiful beaches, an exciting waterpark for an adventure day and the biggest aquarium on the Canary Islands.
Beach Bar Style
Costa Teguise has an informal, chilled-out surf style, perfectly suited to a resort that has some of the best beaches on the island.
Playa Cucharas is the big one, with a Blue Flag for excellence fluttering above it and lifeguards watching hundreds of happy tourists paddling, swimming and just messing around. It’s also the hub of windsurfing on Lanzarote, a hotspot where the world’s best riders arrive each year for the Pro Windsurf Championship.
Around the headland is Playa del Jablillo, also proudly sporting a Blue Flag for the first time this year. Jablillo is perhaps the most perfect family beach on the island, with sand, rockpools and amazing snorkelling opportunities.
Playa Bastian is the only beach in the resort that is open to the sea; and has a lively yet laid-back atmosphere all of its own.
Costa Teguise is one of the island’s athletic hotspots, a hub where runners, cyclists and swimmers flock to in order to train and get in shape for the numerous distance events that take place on Lanzarote.
The invigorating breezes and sunshine of this resort are perfect for all sorts of sporting activities. You’ll find Lanzarote’s oldest golf club just outside the resort, plenty of tennis courts dotted around, a skatepark for youngsters and endless opportunities for trekking, scuba-diving and windsurfing.
Perhaps the best place to get some idea of what Costa Teguise has to offer is in the Pueblo Marinero. César Manrique helped design this enclosed square which has become the unofficial centre of the resort, and on a fine evening when it’s full of happy tourists dining, enjoying a drink or wandering around and soaking up the atmosphere, there’s nowhere else on Lanzarote quite like it.