The Los Pocillos Beach of Lanzarote is one of the three known as the Great Beaches of Puerto del Carmen, one of the most touristic areas of the island.
It is located in the center of the three and is more than a kilometer long, a wide golden sand bathed by calm waters.
To the landscape are added numerous palm trees and a wide promenade. And there is no shortage of a good offer of leisure and water sports.

Where is Los Pocillos Beach?

Parallel to the Avenida de las Playas, the main artery of Puerto del Carmen, is the Playa de Los Pocillos, one of the three Great Beaches of this municipality of Lanzarote.
In the center of the town, and next to the promenade, Los Pocillos Beach is the one between Playa Grande and Matagorda Beach,in one of the most touristic areas of the island.

Characteristics of Los Pocillos Beach

Name:
Los Pocillos
Municipality
Tías
Village
Puerto del Carmen
Connection with public transport
Yes
Windy
Yes
Sand
Golden
Occupancy rate
High
Waves
Calm waters
Family
Yes
Sport
Yes
Parking
Yes
Showers
Yes
Lifeguards
Yes
Longitude
1.130 metros
Environment
Urban
Pets
No
Accessibility
Yes

Los Pocillos Beach is an immense sandy area of more than a kilometer in length of one of the most touristic areas of Lanzarote. With golden sand and calm waters, this beach is one of the busiest on the island.

How to get to Los Pocillos Beach?

Frequently asked questions:

Do you have a connection with public transport?

Yes. There is a bus stop nearby and connections to different towns in Lanzarote.

Is this beach windy?

Yes. It is a windy area, although it is not recommended for water sports such as surfing, for example.

What kind of sand does it have?

It is a beach of fine golden sand.

Is this beach very crowded?

Yes. It is a fairly popular tourist area and is a beach that is usually quite crowded all year round.

Does this beach have many waves?

No. It has calm waters and moderate waves.

Is this beach recommended for families?

Yes. It has all kinds of services, good access and amenities for family visits.

What sports can be done on this beach?

It is a tourist area linked to water sports, although not for surfing or scuba diving, for example.

Can I park?

Yes. It has plenty of parking spaces, between 50 and 100.

Do you have showers?

Yes. It has showers and toilets for public use.

Does this beach have a lifeguard?

Yes. It is a tourist beach with lifeguard service.

Is this beach wheelchair accessible?

Yes. There is access for wheelchairs.

Does this beach allow pets?

No. It is not one of the beaches of Lanzarote where pets are not allowed.

The weather in Los Pocillos Beach

Los Pocillos Beach is in the town of Tías, a municipality of Lanzarote with a desert climate, so it hardly rains all year round.
The average temperature in this region does not reach twenty degrees, so the visit is very pleasant at any time of the year.

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