Costa Calero Holidays

Costa Calero

Holidays

Holidays to the Canary Island's easternmost haven, Lanzarote, are famed as one of the most popular family holiday destinations. From monolithic volcanic rocks to wide expanses of blue-palm beaches, it's all here, not to mention more pubs, clubs and restaurants than you could shake a stick at. That said, for those who want a quieter holiday, or at least a peaceful niche away from all the touristy hubbub, Costa Calero holidays are the way to go. Paradoxically, this most beautiful of the island's seafronts is also it's most tranquil. Book your Lanzarote holidays with On The Beach and discover for yourself the sun, sea and serenity of Costa Calero!

Weather

Costa Calero holidays could be said to be the old reliable winter holiday destination so if you physically can't take another rainy day in January, head out here for temperatures around 17° Celsius, and about 27° Celsius come July. With all those cloudless skies, beautiful beaches and top tourist attractions, you'll see many things, but your own breath won't be among them!

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Jan - 22ºC
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Feb - 22ºC
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Mar - 24ºC
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Apr - 25ºC
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May - 25ºC
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Jun - 25ºC
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Jul - 27ºC
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Aug - 28ºC
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Sep - 28ºC
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Oct - 27ºC
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Nov - 23ºC
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Dec - 23ºC

Things to do: Culture

Your holiday wouldn't be complete without experiencing Carnival Season traditionally held at the end of February, with the usual trappings of dancers, parades, outlandish costumes and plenty of food. Unsurprisingly, given the island's Spanish culture, the calendar is packed with festivals and holy day such as July's Corpus Christi celebrations in Arrecife and Canarian Independence Day in May.

Things to do: Adventure

Holidays in Costa Calero are perfect for those seeking a more relaxed time, but the more adventurous needn't pass either. You're only three miles from the Timanfaya National Park, with camel and coach rides across a volcanic landscape resembling another planet. You're also three miles from the island's biggest tourist of Puerto del Carmen, a tourist's dream, with it's myriad tourist-trappings from clothes shops to aquatic theme parks and museums.

Things to do: Nightlife

While you are comfortably ensconced in the quiet resort, you can take some time out to traverse the shops and bars around the picturesque marina at sunset, or head out to nearby Puerto del Carmen for a taste of true Canarian nightlife, with pubs of every nationality and the clubs of The Strip awaiting you, not to mention the Casino de Lanzarote and plenty of seafood restaurants.

Landscape

Although Costa Calero and nearby Puerto Calero lack the true Canarian beach and attendant atmosphere, the resort more than makes up for this with it's beautiful marina, the so-called 'Millionaire's Marina' due to the amazing yachts that lie in repose on the crystal-clear waters here. Beach-life in all it's golden-sanded glory can be experienced at nearby Puerto del Carmen, with miles of blue-flag coastline overlooking vast horizons of endless blue.

Book a Holiday now!

Costa Calero holidays are the best of both worlds: a quiet alcove away from the noise and bustle of Lanzarote's tourist season, but one close enough for you to enjoy the nightlife (and daylife) of this island paradise. And with On The Beach you're close to securing the deal of your dreams! Don't delay - book today!

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