Stay in one of the Red Star surf houses, apartments or villas. Make the most of the beach with All Red Star accommodation within walking distance of the beach and surf school. Red Star surf houses have various options depending on your budget and your preferences. You can choose between the privacy and luxury of your own room, or just a bed in a shared bedroom. Stay as a family or a group. Red Star Apartments and villas can have 2 or 3 bedrooms, accommodating families or groups of up to 6 people.
Transform your taste buds with fabulous food at local restaurants. Or cook your own tasty treats with fresh local produce available from local supermarkets. All Red Star properties have fully equipped kitchens to make your stay more enjoyable.
Art-lovers rejoice – experience a landscape that can out-match your imagination. Cesar Manrique the famous surrealist artist described Lanzarote as -“an unframed, unmounted work of art and I hung it and held it up for all to see.” There is no single superlative that can do justice to the island of Lanzarote – one of the seven Canary Islands.
Your beach, Famara, is located in the North of Lanzarote situated next to a Unesco nature reserve, protected due to its importance to the planet’s ecosystem. These are beautiful beaches, with perfect waves, suitable for all levels of surfing. White sands and majestic volcanic cliffs make this the picture-perfect location.
Make sure you visit some of the iconic landscapes of Lanzarote where art truly meets nature. Experience the Jameos del Agua a volcanic tube that reaches out to the sea and now transformed into a stunning tropical garden, event space and impressive auditorium.
Heat it up in the Fire Mountains at Timanfaya National Park. Stand on an active crater and tantalise your taste-buds with dishes cooked in the natural heat of the volcano.
You can reach Lanzarote from many parts of Europe in only four hours. Choose from various airlines that will fly you to the international airport in Arrecife (ACE)
“Less is more” could perhaps be the motto for Lanzarote cuisine. The perfect amalgam of spices and herbs with fresh local produce is what distinguishes the cuisine of Lanzarote. Most meals are low in fat, with a large reliance on seafood and fish.
Garlic, paprika, oregano, thyme, saffron and coriander are the chief spices used to enrich the succulent flavours of the local fish, vegetables, meats and cheeses.
There are of course certain local dishes that you really should try. Top of the list papas arrugadas (wrinkly potatoes) usually served with mojo a traditional Canary Islands sauce made with garlic and herbs or Paprika.
If you like fish then make sure you taste Sancocho an inspiring combination of sauteed seafood and fish, guaranteed to leave you wanting more.
If you want to eat a little piece of history then make sure you choose a dish that features Cochino Negro Canario – Black Canary Pig. A pre-Hispanic pig brought to Lanzarote by the Guanches and possibly of North African origin.
Wash it all down with some fabulous local wines, grown in a unique terracing of volcanic ash.
Fantastic surfing tuition with surf breaks for all levels. Outstanding yoga sessions specifically designed to improve and compliment your surfing. Excellent accommodation.
Plenty of fun. Options for kite-surfing and Spanish language learning