276 Lanzarote Cruise Reviews

You really need the bus for this one. aricife is a bit tatty but lovely with it, hard to explain, some nice walks along the harbour areas and a lively shopping / market part by the church. watch out for the bell ringer. he sits next to the ... Read More
You really need the bus for this one. aricife is a bit tatty but lovely with it, hard to explain, some nice walks along the harbour areas and a lively shopping / market part by the church. watch out for the bell ringer. he sits next to the bell and swings the clapper. he must be the local nutcase. Read Less
Sail Date April 2013
Took a private tour with Tours by Locals guide Jose Luis with 12 others from CC. Great tour and value for money for 7 hours with terrific guide and driver. He took us to Timanfaya National Park and we watched demonstrations of the heat ... Read More
Took a private tour with Tours by Locals guide Jose Luis with 12 others from CC. Great tour and value for money for 7 hours with terrific guide and driver. He took us to Timanfaya National Park and we watched demonstrations of the heat below us and then we drove around to admire the lunar landscape. Then to El Golfo and lovely little village to see the Green Lake, then to La Geria the wine growing region, so different to anything we had seen before. Then to Las Nievas viewpoint for magic views over Timanfaya and the coast. Lunch was at a lovely little cafe, home made soup, seafood risotto and cakes with a view over the sea. Delicious. Then to Juamos del Agua, the creation of a famous Lanzarotian artist Manrique who carved out a huge lava tube and made it into a restaurant with bar and dance floor. There is also an underground lake with little white crabs and and outdoor seawater swimming pool and amazing underground theatre where they hold concerts. Fascinating. Excellent tour Read Less
Sail Date April 2013
We made the mistake of staying in Arecife because we were told that the resorts would be shut on a Sunday, other guests went Playa del Carmen and said they had a good day, I'd skip Arecife if I were you.
We made the mistake of staying in Arecife because we were told that the resorts would be shut on a Sunday, other guests went Playa del Carmen and said they had a good day, I'd skip Arecife if I were you. Read Less
Sail Date April 2013
We docked at Arrecife and took the bus which was provided into the town centre. The port was in the middle of nowhere and the bus was mandatory. We had a look round the town and took a land train ride along the main sea front area for E4 ... Read More
We docked at Arrecife and took the bus which was provided into the town centre. The port was in the middle of nowhere and the bus was mandatory. We had a look round the town and took a land train ride along the main sea front area for E4 per person. Read Less
Sail Date March 2013
Once again I had arranged a private tour before leaving home as none of us had been to Lanzarote before. I had done my homework and found that on Sunday there is a large market in what was the old capital - Teguise, and asked our ... Read More
Once again I had arranged a private tour before leaving home as none of us had been to Lanzarote before. I had done my homework and found that on Sunday there is a large market in what was the old capital - Teguise, and asked our driver to make that our first stop. It was great - we arrived before the crowds and managed to look round the town as well. After that we left it to the driver/guide to 'show us his island'. He took us to a Cactus garden which was amazing. As far as I know the ship's tours do not go to either of these places. On the West coast of the island it looks like we imagine the moon to be and we took a separate coach tour around. This is bookable on board together with a camel ride! This is a beautiful island from top to bottom. Read Less
Sail Date March 2013
Got a taxi from port to costa Teguise as we had never been before, although visited Lanzarote many times, taxi cost 10euro and well worth it, we enjoyed our stay in that resort.
Got a taxi from port to costa Teguise as we had never been before, although visited Lanzarote many times, taxi cost 10euro and well worth it, we enjoyed our stay in that resort. Read Less
Sail Date March 2013
We took the free shuttle to the centre and walked around the Promenade. Visited a fort on the sea front as well before heading back.
We took the free shuttle to the centre and walked around the Promenade. Visited a fort on the sea front as well before heading back. Read Less
Sail Date March 2013
Didn't really do much here except walk to a castle. Not much to see, the landscape is pretty baron.
Didn't really do much here except walk to a castle. Not much to see, the landscape is pretty baron. Read Less
Sail Date January 2013
This was a tour around the home of Cesar Manrique's home in lava caves and then onto a cactus garden in a quarry all designed by him. Despite very strong winds, it was all fantastic and I am not a fan of modern arty, so didn't ... Read More
This was a tour around the home of Cesar Manrique's home in lava caves and then onto a cactus garden in a quarry all designed by him. Despite very strong winds, it was all fantastic and I am not a fan of modern arty, so didn't think I would enjoy but it was excellent. We finished up in a fort overlooking the waterfront for refreshments. A very enjoyable tour. Read Less
Sail Date January 2013
Just a stroll along the Reducto Beck in warm sunshine was enough with other ships in much larger that ourselves
Just a stroll along the Reducto Beck in warm sunshine was enough with other ships in much larger that ourselves Read Less
Sail Date December 2012
A very ususual island with lava rock. Good wine but not a place I would want to go back and visit.
A very ususual island with lava rock. Good wine but not a place I would want to go back and visit. Read Less
Sail Date November 2012
OK Port. We went into the town Arrecife on the public transport because what the cruise ship was extortionate. It was a few euro cent. We got a taxi back which was very reasonable maybe 6 dollars. It was a typical Spanish resort. ... Read More
OK Port. We went into the town Arrecife on the public transport because what the cruise ship was extortionate. It was a few euro cent. We got a taxi back which was very reasonable maybe 6 dollars. It was a typical Spanish resort. Nothing much more to add Read Less
Sail Date November 2012
We didn't leave the ship since this port was not close to the city and we didn't feel up to paying for shuttle service.
We didn't leave the ship since this port was not close to the city and we didn't feel up to paying for shuttle service. Read Less
Sail Date November 2012
I walked the city from side to side and top to bottom. I enjoyed seeing how the people lived. And as always talked to some very nice people.
I walked the city from side to side and top to bottom. I enjoyed seeing how the people lived. And as always talked to some very nice people. Read Less
Sail Date November 2012
Not much to do here if you have been before. We wandered about in town and had a coffee in the square. Another port not on the list Casablanca, Morrocco We took the shuttle bus to town and wandered through the Medina. Bought a ... Read More
Not much to do here if you have been before. We wandered about in town and had a coffee in the square. Another port not on the list Casablanca, Morrocco We took the shuttle bus to town and wandered through the Medina. Bought a kilo of peppercorns. We enjoyed it. Read Less
Sail Date October 2012
We spent 1/2 day visiting Timanfaya National Park and Jameos Del Agua a collapsed lava tube that was transformed into a masterpiece of environmental art complete with gardens and an auditorium, and Cesar Manrique Fundacion a house that is ... Read More
We spent 1/2 day visiting Timanfaya National Park and Jameos Del Agua a collapsed lava tube that was transformed into a masterpiece of environmental art complete with gardens and an auditorium, and Cesar Manrique Fundacion a house that is part underground and part above ground. The guide spent a lot of time telling us about Volcanoes, pirate history of the Canary Islands. Read Less
Sail Date October 2012
We were fortunate to have good weather on this day, which we spent wandering around the centre of Arrecife, visiting the Iglesia de San Gines and a pretty little municipal Recova (market) in an historic courtyard. We wandered through the ... Read More
We were fortunate to have good weather on this day, which we spent wandering around the centre of Arrecife, visiting the Iglesia de San Gines and a pretty little municipal Recova (market) in an historic courtyard. We wandered through the town and then back around the Charco San Gines, stopping to eat a fabulous tapas-style lunch at La Puntilla, watching a local come ashore and send his boat back into the middle of the water using a rope pulley system. Read Less
Sail Date October 2012
The port in Lanzarote is around 2 to 3 miles from the town of Arrecife and for part of the walk there is no pavement so I suggest you pay the $12 for the Celebrity shuttle bus that drops you off on the edge of town. On leaving the bus turn ... Read More
The port in Lanzarote is around 2 to 3 miles from the town of Arrecife and for part of the walk there is no pavement so I suggest you pay the $12 for the Celebrity shuttle bus that drops you off on the edge of town. On leaving the bus turn left and walk into town; it is worth walking along the entire promenade including walking the harbour walls then once you complete the promenade walk turn back on yourself and turn left into Calle Lyon Y Castillo that is the main shopping promenade, full of perfume and cosmetic shops (heavily discounted to the point of being cheaper than the duty free onboard). Read Less
Sail Date October 2012
Volcanic island that will remind you of central Oregon or Craters of the Moon in Idaho. Hot, dry, dramatic. We were there on a Sunday, many stores closed but talked to several folks who very much enjoyed the Sunday only market in ... Read More
Volcanic island that will remind you of central Oregon or Craters of the Moon in Idaho. Hot, dry, dramatic. We were there on a Sunday, many stores closed but talked to several folks who very much enjoyed the Sunday only market in Teguise. We spent most of our time going to an English language protestant church service at Barcalao resort in Costa Teguise - equal mix of British expats and Nigerian full-time residents. Read Less
Sail Date September 2012

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