Playa Las Cucharas
Taking the promenade path. The Cutty Sark where we took a break is in the top left of the picture. The volcanoes in the distance are all dormant, although we do have an active volcano in Lanzarote named Timanfaya, it's quite a distance away in the South of the island.
The view from Villa Toledo
You can take your scooter right up to your table. The promenade path can seen to the right of the windmill and Arrecife harbour and marina can be seen in the distance. — at Restaurante Villa Toledo.
Beach at Casa Tomas
This tiny beach is at the bottom of a short alley in between the houses on Avenida el Salinero. The village of La Caletta is in the distance, with the islands only power station behind. The building on the far left in the distance is a bar and restaurant named Casa Tomas. It is literally built on the beach and has very large windows which make the most of the amazing view of the ocean.
Playa el Ancla
Our personal favourite. The white building to right in the distance is the King of Spain's holiday home, complete with his own helicopter pad. — at Playa De El Ancla.
The Cutty Sark
This is the view from the Cutty Sark, which incidently happens to be the headquarters of the Lanzarote Luton Town supporters club. It's in a great position, just out of the wind, which can be harsh at times. They cook a great breakfast and make the best chips on the island in my opinion. — at Cutty Sark Lanzarote.
The bay here is very popular for water sports and particularly windsurfers, some of whom can be seen in front of the beautiful 5* Melía Salinas hotel which can be seen in the distance. — at Melía Salinas.
This is Villa Toledo, where we took another break. It was originally someone's home, and one of the very few front-line properties in Costa Teguise, before it became a restaurant. The disabled toilet and its ramp can be seen at the front of the building. — at Restaurante Villa Toledo.