Remember this trip can be tailor made and is completely flexible. This itinerary is simply a suggestion and you can enjoy as many days on the island as you like.
The best airport to arrive into is Lanzarote Airport, where you will be picked up and driven to your accommodation. We have a variety of accommodation for you to choose from that include 3, 4 or 5-star hotels or apartments. The best areas to stay are Puerto del Carmen, which is a 10 minute drive from the airport and starting point of our recommended routes, or Playa Blanca 20 minutes further south.
Choose from different hotels, different models of bike and holiday dates and times to suit you.
Today’s route heads past La Geria, which is famous for producing award winning wines grown out of volcanic gravel. Get up close with half-submerged volcano, El Golfo, before cycling past the dramatic Los Hervideros cliff down south to Playa Blanca and back to Puerto del Carmen.
Admire the beautiful village of Yaiza that stands out against the earthy landscape with its cluster of white traditional houses en route to Los Volcanes Natural Park. Head there before 9am to have the road to yourself. Once you reach Mancha Blanca just after, choose to ascend to Teguise or head home via La Geria.
Take in the coastal breeze as you pass the sprawling sands of the Arrecife beach promenade as you head to Costa Teguise and the foothills of Famara Massif. Cycle back home at the edge of Volcanes Natural Park to glimpse the scenery you’ve seen previously up close from a new perspective.
If you were impressed with Lanzarote’s South Eastern coast, ride toward the famous cactus garden of Guatiza, then past the Volcanic tunnel of Jameos del Agua, which features an concert hall. Finally, take a break at the pristine Orzola beach comprised of powdery sand and warm sea waters.
Today we will give you a return transfer back to the airport or if you prefer, you can extend your trip for as long as you like, as there is always more to explore by bike!
Lanzarote offers almost pristine tarmac. The roads are in great condition with very little traffic and the island is much flatter than its neighbours, Tenerife and Gran Canaria. There are still climbs but you can also enjoy long and spectacular undulating roads.