On the holiday island of Lanzarote, shiny sun awaits you basically every day. This makes a holiday home in Puerto del Carmen ideal for a wonderful beach holiday. But you will also find spectacular volcanic landscapes, such as the lava tunnels Jameos del Agua and Cueva de los Verdes and the Timanfaya National Park.
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Holiday Letting Price Information in Puerto Del Carmen
In the graph above you can see the typical prices of holiday rentals in Puerto Del Carmen in each month. December and the period of 23/12 – 30/12 are the most expensive in the year. Typical accommodation prices amount to £361 per night. However, there are periods when prices drop significantly. Booking accommodation for your trip is most affordable in May. In the period 25/05 – 01/06, you will pay on average £110 per night.
Rental availability information in Puerto Del Carmen
The above graph shows you how many holiday rentals are available in Puerto Del Carmen in different months. The busiest time of year in Puerto Del Carmen is December. The week with the highest availability is in August (31/08 – 07/09) - 75 of the holiday rentals are still available.
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Good Spanish food in Puerto del Carmen
At Lanzarote you can of course enjoy the Spanish cuisine. A typical dish for this island are the papas arrugadas: small potatoes boiled in the skin in extra salty water, which gives a delicious firm bite.
Also try the local wine from La Geria, a wine region where wine is grown in its own way. Each vine stands in a separate pit under a layer of lava pebbles and surrounded by a wall against the wind.