The Canaries can justly lay claim to being the Hawaii of the Atlantic, and top surf spots are found all around Lanzarote. Prime season is winter, from November to late March, when waves commonly reach heights ranging from 1.5-4.5 m and hardly drop below head-high. The highly indented coastline on the NE, N and W coasts of the island offers a variety of breaks ranging in difficulty, so whether you're an experienced surfer or a beginner you can find your dream spot here.

Get ready, Lanzarote will challenge your surfing!

Lanzarote is the most easterly of the 7 major Canary Islands. Its arid, volcanic landscape and its amazing sea cliffs create a unique and dramatic scenery.

If you are looking for nightlife head to the resort of Puerto del Carmen for a good selection of lively bars and clubs that are open every day until the wee hours.
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La Santa Breaks
   El Quemao
   La Izquierda
   La Derecha
   Club La Santa Beach
Caleta de Caballo Breaks
   Chicken Left
   Right Hand Break
Famara Breaks
   San Juan
   Muelle de Famara
   Famara Beach
La Graciosa Breaks
   Left Hand Break
Haría Coast Breaks
   Orzola Beach
   El Cartel
   Punta Mujeres
   La Garita
El Golfo Breaks
   Janubio Beach
   El Golfo Beach