With dramatic scenery, from the volcanic landscape of Fire Mountain to the deserted beaches of the Papagyo area, the island of Lanzarote is rich in beauty and culture, it is the perfect holiday destination for you and your loved ones.

Lanzarote has so much to offer, from quiet and relaxing holidaying in Costa Teguise. The resorts main sandy beach, coves and nightlife is fairly quiet but you can find a championship golf course here and on Las Cucharas beach there are plenty of water sport activities on the beach front. To a livelier holiday in Puerto Del Carmen, the hub of activity during the day and the place comes along come night. Definitely a place for the holiday maker looking to dance until the early hours of the morning.

Lanzarote is an island that has something for everyone and here at Cassidy Travel we can tailor make your Lanzarote holiday to suit you. We have a range of accommodation to suit everyone’s budget, from  3* Holidays to 5* Holidays with an option of Self-Catering, Half Board, Bed & Breakfast or All Inclusive. You choose what you want on your holiday. Being 60 miles from the coast of Africa, the climate in Lanzarote is spectacular almost all the year round, summer sun winter sun, you decide.

Top 3 Things to do in Lanzarote.
Timanfaya Volcano
The Volcano Park at Timanfaya is Lanzarote´s most popular tourist attraction. Every year close to one million people visit this unique lava-scape. Which is home to a sea of colourful dormant volcanoes and spent cones. The volcanic region covers about one quarter of the island´s surface area and is Lanzarote´s 'must-see´ attraction.
The Cueva de los Verdes
The Cueva de los Verdes or Green Caves are part of the Atlantida underground Cave system formed some 3000 years ago during the eruptions of the Corona Volcano (in the north of Lanzarote). The original inhabitants, often referred to as the Guanches, and later the Hispanic population, would shelter here from Pirates that once tormented the Island.
The Castillo de San Jose
The Castillo de San Jose was built in 1799 to protect the Harbour from Pirate Attack but became known as the Fortaleza del hambre (Hunger Fortress) because of the much needed employment that it gave to the island's then impoverished population. The castle never faced any real military threat and was used as a gunpowder arsenal. It remained in Military use until 1890, but then stood vacant until 1974 when César Manrique converted it into a Modern Art Gallery and Restaurant, the Museo International de Arte Contemporáneo.