El Risco has a superb location, with a terrace overlooking the sea and a nautical blue-and-white interior. The menu offers the most upmarket dishes in town – try the kid and rabbit terrine with brandy reduction.
With surfboards hanging from the ceiling, extremely well-priced pizzas and breakfasts (€3) plus a range of cocktails, this cool cafe is definitely geared towards the surf crowd. They can also arrange surfing and yog…
Take a seat on the ocean-facing terrace and watch the surfers while munching on grilled fish or fried baby squid. This place gets packed out with noisy local families at weekends – always a good sign.
This wild beach is one of the best sandy spots on Lanzarote and a place where you don’t have to fight for towel space on the sand.