The Suite Hotel Fariones is located in the privileged setting of Puerto del Carmen. This tourist destination has grown from a small fishing port to the main attraction in Lanzarote, thanks to the growth of tourism in the area. At the Suite Hotel Fariones Playa, we are proud to have contributed to the growth of Puerto del Carmen, with the construction of our first hotel in the 1960s. The leisure options available is unrivalled: restaurants serving international and local cuisine, clubs, attractions such as museums exhibiting renowned artists like César Manrique. Puerto del Carmen is the ideal place for your holiday.
Just a stone's throw from your room. The extraordinary location of the Suite Hotel Fariones allows guests to enjoy a white sandy beach with crystal-clear waters. The Town Hall places special seats on the beach for use by those with reduced mobility.
The Papagayo Beaches are the star of Lanzarote's coastline. A kilometre and a half of coastline that plays host to different coves of stunning beauty. The beaches are separated by low-lying rocky outcrops. The landscape, the turquoise waters and the wonderful weather will captivate you.
Playa de Famara is located in Teguise. The golden sand and crystal-clear waters are truly heavenly. The beach backs onto dunes covered with plant life. It is the perfect spot for water sports fanatics thanks to the breeze and size of the waves.
Locate to the north of the Island, the Green Caves are a series of spectacular natural caves where you can travel into the depths of the Earth. This formation was generated when La Corona Volcano erupted, creating a 6-km long volcanic tunnel that opens out into the sea.
This unique geological formation by the coast was created when La Corona Volcano erupted. The inner part is home to abundant vegetation and the structure of the opening and the natural lake, with its crystal-clear water and extraordinary beauty, is located in the outer part. Make sure not to miss this opportunity to spot local species, like the famous blind crabs.
Mirador del Río is one of the architectural creations that is most representative of César Manrique. The building is camouflaged and is almost imperceptible from the outside, as it is shielded by a stone sheath that blends it into its surroundings. Isla de la Graciosa, a small, undeveloped island with no roads can be spotted from its viewpoint.
Timanfaya National Park is the standard-bearer of volcanism on Lanzarote. The eruptions of the 18th and 19th centuries created a vegetation-free area, a volcanic silhouette bursting with colour: reds, browns and ochres that, against the coastline, bestow the Park with a beauty unrivalled elsewhere in Spain.
La Geria, located next to Timanfaya Natural Park, is the largest wine-growing area in Lanzarote, in a volcanic setting. The vines are cultivated in holes dug into the volcanic ash. Despite this area being free of springs, the contrast in temperature and humidity create a mouth-watering local tipple.
The César Manrique House Museum unveils all the secrets of one of Lanzarote's best historic artists. The house, located in an extraordinary palm grove in the town of Haría, is surrounded by the wild nature that proved to be so influential in Manrique's work, including unfinished creations.
The culinary offer in Puerto del Carmen is expense and wide-ranging. Here, you can find the best international dishes, at La Avenida, in addition to delicious local creations, at El Varadero. We recommend sampling the excellent fish dishes and the spicypapas con mojo picón.
The significant growth of Puerto del Carmen in recent years has converted it into the perfect place to enjoy a retail theraPLUS FARIONES at the best shops. At the wide variety of different shopping centres, visitors can find international brands like ZARA or TIMBERLAND. Biosfera Plaza and Chévere are just two of the most noteworthy spots.
Puerto del Carmen offers a varied nightlife. Here, visitors can enjoy a night packed with life music at different locations, where fun lovers from a wide range of nationalities come together to enjoy the liveliest nights out the island has to offer. There are also a wide variety of clubs for those looking to dance the night away.