8 Answers

Things to do in costa teguise ?

Asked by: 16th April 2014

Can anyone recommend good excursions to do and advised prices? Where’s best for shopping? thanks in advance


8 Answers

  1. Steve p on Apr 16, 2014

    If you Google Lanzarote excursions there is a whole list of excursions and prices.

    as for shopping Teguise Market on Sunday is good there is also a market in the main square I think on a Wednesday evening.
    A Pease of advice avoid the Electrical/camera shops

  2. david charles hind on Apr 16, 2014

    friday market in the square steve p.,local bus service from playa bastian to famara,timetable at the tourist office just off the square 35 minutes.book online with last minute excursions,especially to the island la graciosa £25 enjoy

  3. Tom Iles on Apr 16, 2014

    If you have one excursion please go to the caves at Jameos del Agua, absolutely stunning and so tranquil. If you want kiss me quick hats, cheap T- shirts and the smell of burger vans visit the Sunday market at Teguise.

  4. jim dolan on Apr 16, 2014

    I would agree with Tom as to a visit to the caves Jameos del Agua, as he states it is absolutely stunning and it as a superb pool unfortunately not for visitors as it is solely reserved for the King of Spain should he decide to visit and use it, I would also add that if you are in any way unstable on your legs or use a walking stick you will find it very difficult descending and climbing on the stone type stairs.

  5. Wendy Middleton on Apr 17, 2014

    The Cuevas de las Verdes and the Jameos del Agua are good places to visit, as mentioned, and are really close to each other, so most people visit both places on the same day.

    If you are planning a couple of outings, it may be cheaper to hire a car, depending how many of you there are.

    If you want to go further afield (bearing in mind that Lanzarote isn’t a huge island anyway), visit Timanfaya.

    The Sunday morning market at Teguise is really sprawling, however there is also a small one on a Friday evening in the square. You can go just on the local bus, but just watch on your way back, there are massive queues for the last buses.

    I’m sure you’ll have a lovely holiday and you’ll be back again (and again …..)

  6. Joe Strummer on Apr 17, 2014

    Eat, drink and be merry – although I have trips elsewhere planned for June and September – we are already planning our January visit –

    Note to Ian at the Dolphin – never mind giving staff time off next January and closing for a few days !!

  7. Tom Iles on Apr 19, 2014

    You could drive to Arrieta and try and find the jellyfish that stung our Prime Minister.

  8. mark biddle on Apr 30, 2014

    The above plus there is the waterpark just 10 mins from costa teguise also the go-karting and there is also a golf course.But when i paid 1200 for 4 going in august i will be soaking up the sun downing several pints and eating good food all under the hot sun.