Welcome to Arrecife
Arrecife is a small, manageable city with a pleasant Mediterranean-style promenade, an inviting sandy beach and – it has to be said – a disarming backstreet hotchpotch of sun-bleached, peeling buildings, elegant boutiques, unpretentious bars and good (and bad) restaurants. The sights are scarce, yet interesting, and include a couple of castles, a pretty lagoon and a vibey marina. If anything, Arrecife’s most notable... Read More
Top experiences in Arrecife
La Graciosa Catamaran Cruise from Lanzarote
Start your experience with pick up from a meeting point at Costa Teguise, Arrecife, Puerto del Carmen, Puerto Calera or Playa Blanca area of Lanzarote. Then, relax on your air-conditioned coach as you travel to the port of Órzola on the island's north coast. Here, board a ferry and enjoy a 20-minute crossing to La Graciosa, admiring the views of the El Rio strait — the channel between the two islands — on the way.Arrive at Graciosa’s portside capital, Caleta del Sebo, and enjoy 20 minutes of free time to stroll around its sandy streets lined with whitewashed houses and palm trees. Cars aren’t allowed here and the roads are unpaved, so the town has a wonderfully peaceful atmosphere.Soon after, meet your skipper at the port and board your catamaran, whose facilities include a sun deck, indoor cabin and rest rooms. Find a spot on the roomy deck, and after a safety briefing, enjoy the views as you cruise to one of Graciosa’s most beautiful coves, Playa de Montaña Amarilla.Enjoy the sea breezes along the island’s southwestern coast and, after stopping to admire steep-sided Montaña Amarilla, continue to the nearby white sandy beach of Playa Francesa.Drop anchor and enjoy free time to swim, snorkel or paddle a kayak in the crystal waters, using the equipment supplied on board. Alternatively, relax in the sun and sip on complimentary soda, water, beer and wine from the bar.Next, savor a delicious paella lunch.Duly refreshed, set sail back to Caleta del Sebo, snapping photos of Graciosa’s cove-dotted coastline on route. Later, catch the ferry back to Lanzarote.
Corales Golf Package in Punta Cana
Spend the day at the Corales Golf Club in Punta Cana which was designed by Tom Fazio and opened in 2010. Corales is an exclusive and dramatic 18-hole course with six Caribbean oceanside holes. Designed along the natural cliffs, bays, ocean coves, inland lakes and coralina quarries, Corales Golf Course rates among the World’s finest Golf Experiences. The exhilarating challenge culminates playing the Devil’s Elbow, Corales’s last three holes. The Devil’s Elbow features the striking eighteenth hole with a dramatic forced carry over the cliff lined Bay of Corales, an inspired capstone to a memorable and breathtaking golf experience.The development of Puntacana Resort & Club dates back to 1971 when Dominican businessman and hotelier Frank R. Rainieri and Theodore W. Kheel, the prominent New York attorney and labor mediator, created a partnership to construct a resort and real estate community that respects the natural habitat of Punta Cana while offering a world-class vacation experience. Maintaining a dedication to sustainable tourism, Puntacana Resort & Club has since grown to encompass over 26 square miles and now includes Tortuga Bay, The Westin Puntacana Resort & Club, Four Points by Sheraton Puntacana Village, Six Senses Spa, the Puntacana Ecological Foundation and diverse residential communities (Corales, Playa Serena, Hacienda, Hacienda del Mar, Arrecife, Tortuga Bay and The Marina), a full service marina, restaurants, a shopping village, a P.B. Dye designed golf course, a Tom Fazio designed golf course and Punta Cana International Airport - a modern facility that incorporates innovative and eco-friendly design. In 1997, Julio Iglesias and Oscar de la Renta joined the Group as co-investors and have made Puntacana Resort & Club their home.You won't forget your day of golf at the stunning Corales Golf Club in Punta Cana!
Lanzarote Photography Tour
Volcano Tour: Departing from Arrecife you’ll go to the Natural Park of the Volcanoes where you’ll visit the Cuervo Volcano and you’ll be able to take the best photographs of the lunar landscape of the south of the island. In this volcano you’ll have the opportunity of enter into the crater and see its walls of vivid colors. Then, in La Geria, you will be able to capture a very unique landscape made up with the Malvasia grape vineyards Coast Tour: Visit Teguise, the ancient capital of Lanzarote, and its history and capture the best photos of this small town. The old town with its narrow cobblestone streets, the typical white houses of the island and the church of “Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe” in the background that will create magnificent urban prints. La Caleta de Famara still holds the magic of the coastal villages of yesteryear with its sandy streets next to Famara beach, one of the most beautiful in Lanzarote and the favorite of surfers. The fury of the sea, the golden sand, the risk to your back and in the horizon the island of La Graciosa. It is certainly a worthy landscape to immortalize.