Marina Lanzarote enjoys a strategic location as the first well-serviced marina upon arriving in the Canary Islands. The facility is positioned along the sheltered breakwater of the Puerto de Naos harbour, SW of the Puerto de los Mármoles.
Right in the island’s capital, Arrecife, the marina benefits from direct access to both the traditional maritime area of Lanzarote, Puerto de Naos, with chandleries, hardware and fishing suppliers, whilst also having the additional convenience of being only a few minutes stroll from the main shopping area replete with banks, gyms, supermarkets restaurants and bars.
Approaching Marina Lanzarote
12 minutes from Arrecife Airport:
Marina Lanzarote is located along the coast in the island’s capital, to the east of the airport. From the airport then follow signs toward Arrecife. Continue until signposted off right towards the Cabildo (local government offices) and the Gran Hotel, a multi-storey hotel on the sea front of Arrecife. Here turn take the second exit off the roundabout to follow the seafront road E, past the beach and the Gran Hotel. Continue along the waterfront road, passing a bridge to a fort on your right and you will come across the sign-posted entry to Marina Lanzarote.
The 7.2km journey takes approximately 12 minutes but can be hindered during commercial hours by mild traffic.
Taxis from Airport to Marina Lanzarote:
There are always plenty of taxis at the taxi rank at Arrecife Airport.
Approximate cost to Marina Lanzarote is €20.
Taxis from Marina Lanzarote to Arrecife Airport:
Nearest taxi rank is approximately 700m away, either left out of the marina and south on the main waterfront, just next to the bridge “Puente de las Bolas” leading to the Castillo San Gabriel, or next to the children’s park near the small roundabout close to the Marine College opposite the marina.
To order a taxi to the marina, please call the number below or ask marina staff for assistance.
Tel: +34 928-844166
By Bus (10 mins)
Leaving from the Arrivals floor in both terminals, the number 22 (Monday to Friday) or 23 (weekends and bank holidays) buses will take you to the “Intercambiador” bus stop which is at the W end of Playa del Reducto. The cost one-way is 1.35€. If arriving at the weekend you are in luck since the route passes just opposite the marina.
If arriving on a weekday, with the nº 22, alighting at the “Intercambiador”, there is either 2.5km walk E along the town’s waterfront (approx 30 minutes), alternatively taxis are available from the rank across the road.
For a full list of timetables for the buses all around the island visit: intercitybuslanzarote.es
On foot / by bike
There is a great coastal routes, perfect for walking or cycling, from Puerto Calero via Puerto del Carmen, Playa Honda and Arrecife. Playa Honda offers welcome relief in the way of restaurants and bars and there are numerous beaches along the route for a quick swim. Bikes can be hired from a number of good outlets including:
Papagayo Bike: firstname.lastname@example.org +34 606 1097659
ProBike (La Santa): email@example.com / tel: +34 928 84 01 03 / +34 646 625 130