A unique volcanic landscape and numerous golden beaches can be discovered with your car hire in Playa Blanca. After arriving at Arrecife airport, your rental car will be waiting for you directly in the terminal building. Here you can easily take your rental car and start a half-hour drive to Playa Blanca in the south of the island of Lanzarote.

Explore with the car rental Playa Blanca

Drive with your car at Montana Roja and follow the trail up to the crater rim of the mighty red volcano. From there you continue your journey to the southernmost point of the island and visit the fishing lighthouse Faro de Pechiguera near Playa Blanca. Fantastic sandy bays await you in Playa Blanca with the famous Papagayo beaches. Park your vehicle on the indicated, paid parking areas above the coast and walk the last little walk.
Rent a car and visit Playa Blancas area

Your car rentals in Playa Blanca not only offer the right vehicle for you, but also offer you extras such as child seats or navigation systems. Of course, you can also name a second driver. With this plus of service, exploring with the rental car can begin comfortably. Not far from Playa Blanca is the water lagoon El Golfo: In the midst of a bizarre and fascinating landscape here a bright green lake emerged. Cross the large wine-growing area of ​​La Geria and reach the Parque Nacional de Timanfaya. You can usually park your car there and take a half-hour bus ride through the unique lunar landscape with its frozen lava masses.
By rental car through Playa Blanca

In Playa Blanca and on the whole island is the traffic quite manageable. However, pay particular attention to the speed on the main roads. Traffic is predominantly regulated through roundabouts. In Playa Blanca there are plenty of parking spaces at the port. Alternatively, you can park on the streets where the curbs are marked blue. Yellow marked areas indicate a ban on holding.

Mike White
Author: Mike WhiteWebsite: www.lanzaroteflare.com
Writer, thinker and rider of the deep blue waves. However, a frequent traveller when time allows being part of Lanzarote since 2013.
You can find me running around Costa Teguise in the morning flare or feasting on local tapas in the afternoon.
" Life is meaningless without Mojo and Bimbachitos. "