- Short walk to beach
- Large outdoor pool
- Peaceful location
- Great value getaway
- Low Deposit Options Available
- Interest FREE Payment Plans
Palmeras Garden is a tranquil collection of apartments in Montana Roja, Playa Blanca on the sunshine island of Lanzarote. With a rocky mountainous backdrop, romantic gardens and a ... Continue reading
Palmeras Garden is a tranquil collection of apartments in Montana Roja, Playa Blanca on the sunshine island of Lanzarote. With a rocky mountainous backdrop, romantic gardens and a pretty, sandy bay just a short walk away, Palmeras Garden is a wonderful destination for anyone who wants to get away from it all and unwind in a stunning setting. The whitewashed low-rise apartment buildings are surrounded by palm trees and exotic flowers. Laze by the saltwater pools, grab a cocktail at the poolside bar or venture into nearby Playa Blanca to enjoy the shops, bars and restaurants.
Accommodation at Palmeras Garden features 47 bright and tasteful one-bedroom apartments that sleep 3-4 people. Each family-friendly apartment has a separate bedroom, a living room with sofa bed, bathroom, toilet, cooker, fridge, microwave, toaster, kettle, satellite TV and tea and coffee making facilities. Air-conditioning and safe boxes are available for an extra local charge.
Palmeras Garden has great facilities for all ages, including a 24-hour reception. There is a large outdoor pool, with a separate pool for children, and relaxing sun terrace area, with sunloungers and parasols for shade. Guests can enjoy some serous pampering with a hot tub, sauna and solarium on-site, as well as massage therapies. Active guests will love the tennis courts, while car hire can be arranged for exploring this beautiful island.
Holidays at Palmeras Garden are self-catering, with the option of Bed & Breakfast packages. The poolside bar serves beverages and snacks and Playa Blanca has a fantastic selection of eateries to discover.
Palmeras Garden enjoys a great location for both relaxing and exploring. Away from the peaceful complex, guests can visit attractions such as the Timanfaya Volcanic Park, with its dramatic other-worldly landscapes, and the historic old town of Yaiza.
- Hot tub
- Kid's pool
- Outdoor pool
- Tennis court
- 24hr Reception Car hire Currency exchange Fax/photocopying Garden Luggage storage Outdoor pool Outdoor pool (all year) Terrace* Tour desk
- Air conditioning
- Family rooms
- Safety deposit box (charges apply)
Food and Drink
The Hotel is booked as Self Catering accommodation with options for Bed and Breakfast.
The Palmeras Garden features 47 one-bedroom apartments. Each unit has a separate one-bedroom (max 2 people) and a living room with 1 sofa bed (max 1 adult or 2 kids). All units have a bathroom, toilet, 220V electricity, cooker, fridge, microwave, toaster, keetle, air conditioning (payable locally), and Satellite TV, coffee and tea making facilities.
Room extras that are payable locally are air-conditioning and safe box.
Please note that the apartments are situated on groundfloor or first floor (no elevator available, only stair can be used) and bungalows are situated on ground floor only in the area close to the pool.
The complex is in a perfect position for visits to the old town of Yaiza, as well as the famous cliffs of Los Hervideros, and the green lagoon at El Golfo.
The prices shown below show the cheapest holiday offers for the Palmeras Garden in Playa Blanca. Please use the price links to see all holiday deals available for that month.
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To make booking a holiday at Palmeras Garden in Playa Blanca easier for you, we provide a range of different payment options. To find out if you can book Palmeras Garden with a low deposit holiday option, please click the "Price and Availability" button above.
The quiet holiday resort of Playa Blanca is situated in the very south of the island and is named after the surrounding white sandy beaches. The resort has undergone a lot of construction and upgrading in the last few years, which, contrary to expectation hasn't ruined the Spanish charm of this resort but rather added to it by giving tourists an extensive array of villas holiday accommodation to choose from in Playa Blanca. Despite the extensive growth over the last few years the old fishing village, in the centre, retains its charm and has escaped much of the commercialism that has blighted larger resorts. There is a good selection of cafés, bars and restaurants in Playa Blanca along the promenade but the main attractions are the nearby beaches; some of the best beaches in the Canary Islands are just four miles (six km) away at Papagayo. The resort is mainly geared for families and couples - those wanting a more lively nightlife will need to make the 18-mile (29km) journey to Puerto del Carmen.
There are lots of things to do in Playa del Blanca, not least of which is sunning yourself on one of the picturesque beaches. Holidaymakers wanting to enjoy watersports in Playa Blanca should head to the beach where activities can be organised by the beachfront and boat trips leave regularly for the Papagayo beaches - the views of the beautiful coastline are stunning and boats can drop visitors off at the beach to be picked up by a later cruise. The Timanfaya National Park is only ten miles (16km) away where visitors can admire the dramatic volcanic scenery and even ride a camel. Ferries depart regularly from the harbour to the nearby island of Fuerteventura, just six miles (10km) away.
La Bocaina and Casa Pedro top the list of highly recommended restaurants in Playa Blanca. While La Cocina de Colacho, El Horno de la Aguela and Romantica all garner rave reviews from tourists and locals alike. There's a huge choice of eateries on the main promenade, which at night bustles with activity. The promenade overlooks the beach and harbour and the lights of Fuerteventura can be seen on the horizon. Restaurants serve anything from Chinese, Indian or Italian to seafood and local dishes. Some restaurants will not accept credit cards.
Most holiday resorts are known for their nightlife, but the nightlife in Playa Blanca is fairly limited, the entertainment is restricted to the shows organised by the hotels. There is a kids disco but those after something hardcore will need to head to Costa Teguise or Puerto del Carmen, half an hour away by car.
There are good supermarkets in Playa Blanca that sell all the well-known brands and holidaymakers will find that although the choice is not as good as in Puerto del Carmen, there are a fair number of electrical duty-free stores and other shops geared at tourists near the harbour. For couture shopping most tourists in Playa Blanca head to the stylish Marina Rubicon. It is possible to get good bargains in the electrical duty-free stores, but shoppers should remember that they can't take purchases back to the shop once they've left the island. They should check everything works and that all batteries, cables and plugs are included; that there is a European guarantee, not an Asian one; and that all electrical items have a CE stamp. The busy Sunday Market in Teguise is worth the journey for the most dedicated shoppers; as well as the usual tourist souvenirs and holiday gifts, a variety of locally produced goods are on sale, from pottery to tablecloths.
Whilst water is safe for cleaning teeth and washing food, it is very high in mineral content and can cause bad stomachs. Bottled water should be used for drinking. There is a lot of development going on all over Playa Blanca, check if there is a building site outside your accommodation before booking. The resort is particularly popular with Germans; much of the entertainment is geared for them and they get up early in the morning to reserve the sun beds!
Plug TypeVoltage 220V 50Hz
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Hotel address : Lanzarote, 18, Playa Blanca, Lanzarote, Canary Islands, 35580
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Questions and Answers about Palmeras Garden
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Is there free parking? 1 Answer
Yes there is free car parking
Added 2 months ago.
By Karen.Blackburn, loveholidays.com team member
Is there a weights gym locally or in the town? 1 Answer
As the resort is quite small , all I can find is the Papagayo Gym, used by visiting bodybuilders, I would suggest you contact the Lanzarote Tourist Board who might have more up to date information
Added 10 months, 3 weeks ago.
By Sally.Dademo, loveholidays.com team member
How far is the nearest supermarket from Palmeras Gardens? 1 Answer
There is a small supermarket on site but for more choice you would need to go into Playa Blanca centre.
Added 2 years ago.
By Lisa.Weldon, loveholidays.com team member
engish tv 3 Answers
Hello, The apartments have TV's with some English channels. Thanks
Added 2 years, 3 months ago.
By Leanne, loveholidays.com team member
The apartments each have a TV which do have some English and American channels
Added 2 years, 3 months ago.
By Natalie, loveholidays.com team member
There is satellite TV channels available, thanks Esther
Added 2 years, 3 months ago.
By Esther, loveholidays.com team member