Car hire in Costa Teguise
Car hire in Costa Teguise
Costa Teguise is a beautiful town in Lanzarote, one of the Canary Islands. It was built to accommodate increased tourism to the island. You can get to Costa Teguise on the LZ14, LZ18 and LZ34 roads, the two latter also giving you a way of getting to Lanzarote Airport (ACE), the nearest airport.
What I need to know
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Where to pick up my car
Most Costa Teguise car rental offices are found in the downtown area, making it a simple process. After you arrive in the town, you just have to locate the right office, hand over your booking information and pick up the keys. You’ll be on your way to enjoying the beauty of Costa Teguise very soon.
“The pick-up was easy, it took 5 minutes from arriving at the desk to driving out the car, and the return took even less time.”
Where to go
After you’ve collected your car, you can get out and enjoy what Costa Teguise has to offer. One of the top things likely to be on your to do list will be to visit the beach. Costa Teguise has some really stunning beaches, with crystal clear water and warm sand.
Nearby Costa Teguise
If you’ve had your fill of the beach, you can head up the LZ1 to Cueva de los Verdes, where you can take a tour through the Green Caves. The cave developed around 3,000 years ago by lava flows erupted from the nearby volcano Monte Corona.
If you’d prefer a slightly longer drive, you can make use of your rental car and set off down the LZ2 to Playa Blanca, the most southern town on the island and just 47km away from Costa Teguise. It’s a quieter town, where you can enjoy a relaxing break.
Eating and drinking
Costa Teguise offers delicious food to visitors, combining Spanish flavours with the fresh seafood. You could also take a trip to one of the vineyards on the island and try some unique Canarian wine. With plenty of choice for places to enjoy a nightcap, you can rest assured your evening will only end when you want it to.
Things to do
You can visit the Lanzarote Aquarium for a chance to educate yourself about the wildlife living in the oceans around the island. Or you could take a trip to the Montana Corona, the lava fields of the island. You can see some exceptional scenery and hopefully see a display reflecting how hot the volcano can be.
Montana Corona offers you a vibrant and fun market as well as a wide selection of bars and restaurants to keep you fuelled as you explore. You should also stop by the Fundacion Cesar Manrique, the home of late artist Cesar Manrique. The house is built into the volcanic rock, offering a fascinating look at how he lived.