Top things to do in Costa Teguise

Top Choice Canarian in Costa Teguise

El Navarro

Advance bookings are absolutely essential for this small, outrageously popular restaurant, considered one of the island's finest and elegantly dressed in woods and whites. With tinerfeño chef Jonay Morales at the he…
Top Choice Seafood in Costa Teguise

El Fondeadero

Ignore the workaday facade: this gloriously down-to-earth favourite gets crammed with lunching Spaniards, who pack in for simple fruits-of-the-sea sensations including grilled lenguado (sole), paella for two, fresh …
Craft Beer in Costa Teguise

Los Aljibes

Lanzarote's original microbrewery brings its signature APA, Märzen and other star creations to this 2019-opened Costa Teguise tap room, right next to the tourist office. Beer-barrel tables, green wooden doors and lo…
Grill in Costa Teguise

La Bohemia

Loved by both locals and visitors, this stylish spot is a carnivore's dream, with great steaks, succulent burgers and full-blown parrilladas (mixed grill; €34). There's a good range of tapas (try the papas bravas), …
Beach in Costa Teguise

Playa de las Cucharas

Costa Teguise's main beach is a sparkling pale-gold sweep of family-friendly sand dotted with sunbeds and overlooked by cafes, bars, restaurants, palms and a seafront promenade. Popular for water sports, especially …
Market in Costa Teguise

Mercado Agrícola de Costa Teguise

A feast of organic fruit and veg, artisan honey, home-made marmalade and mojo, Lanzarote wines and cheeses and much more, in the pueblo marinero.
Aquarium in Costa Teguise

Lanzarote Aquarium

If you're at a loose end with the kids, the aquarium at the northeast end of town is an OK wet-weather option, though some balk at the high entrance fees and dark interior. There are touch pools and a shark tank, an…