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Rooms at the Sandos Papagayo Beach Resort come in the following room types:
Every room at the Sandos Papagayo comes with Air Conditioning, a Flat Screen Satellite TV, Bathroom with Shower and Hairdryer, Tea and Coffee making facilities, and a private Terrace.
The Playa Blanca is a beautiful, white sand beach in the centre of the eponymous resort. The proximity to the town has somehow not harmed the quality of the shore, which has received a Blue Flag from the EU to honour the beach’s high level of cleanliness and safety!
With a name that translates to “The Golden Beach”, you know you’ll be in for a treat at Dorada. Bigger than the Playa Blanca, the Dorada has plenty of room if you feel like setting up further down from the lines of sunbeds available to rent. The area is particularly popular with locals, perhaps for the great range of shops and cafés nearby.
A few minutes west of the town, easily reachable when you follow the seafront walkway, is the Flamingo Beach. The beach is known to be safe and clean, with stone walls further out in the water to protect the beach from big waves, making it perfect for families with children looking to swim.
The best known, and most picturesque, of all the beaches in Playa Blanca is the Papagayo Beach. Really, the Papagayo is a collection of small beaches, separated by high cliffs. The cliffs protect these bays from the wind, and create an air of seclusion. The Papagayo is also the furthest beach away from the resort centre with few amenities readily available, so be sure to pack all you may need if you plan on staying the day here!
Explore a ‘martian landscape’ right here on earth at Lanzarote’s feature volcanic park! With an area of over 50 km², a guided coach trip is included in the entry fee, along with practical demonstrations of the scalding 400-600°C temperatures brewing just a few metres under the ground. This extraordinary heat is harnessed in the park’s unique geothermal restaurant where you can say you’ve eaten a meal heated by a volcano!
If you fancy a break from the beach, why not visit La Geria, Lanzarote’s most unique landscape? From above the area looks bizarre, with rows of cone-shaped holes dug into black earth, with a bright green spot in the centre of every one. In fact, the black earth is volcanic gravel, and the green spot in every hollow is the top of a grape vine. This is where Lanzarote’s famous white and sweet wines are produced, with several wineries in the area open to visitors looking to understand this incredible process!