The Punta Mujeres pool is in the bay of the town of Punta Mujeres. This natural pool formed of volcanic rocks is the perfect place for a dip and to relax in this quaint little town on the north coast of Lanzarote.

Where is the Punta Mujeres natural pool?

The Punta Mujeres natural pool is found in Punta Mujeres, a coastal town in north of the island, belonging to the municipality of Haria. It is very close to the town of Arrieta, so much so that you can get there by walking or by bike if you so wish.

Features of the Punta Mujeres natural pool

Name:
Piscina natural de Punta Mujeres
Municipality:
Haría
Town:
Punta Mujeres
Public transport connections:
Yes
Windy:
No
Sand:
It is a natural pool formed of volcanic rock.
Number of visitors:
Low.
Waves:
No
Family Friendly:
Sports:
No
Parking:
Sí.
Showers:
No.
Lifeguards:
No
Length:
20 m2
Surroundings:
Semi urbana.
Pets:
No.
Accessibility:
Fácil llegar a pie. Sin acceso para discapacitados.

This rocky formation has been moulded by the town’s residents to make the bay at Punta Mujeres a peaceful spot with calm waters so that people can enjoy a swim and the sun on the cement concourses there. It is common to find the Punta Mujeres locals at the pool enjoying their afternoon, with children jumping in and playing in the water. It is totally safe and there is no current as the water is kept at bay by the dock.

How to get to the Punta Mujeres natural pool?

Frequent questions:

Is it a windy beach?

No

What type of sand is there?

It is a natural pool formed of volcanic rock, there is no sand.

Are there many waves?

The water is very calm because there is dock to protect against the ocean’s currents and waves.

Are there any public transport connections?

Yes You can catch the line 9 from Arrecife or from any other town in the north that will take you to Punta Mujeres.

Does it get busy?

Not usually. However, in the summer there are more people as many islanders like to come to Punta Mujeres to enjoy their summer holidays.

Is it family friendly?

Yes, because its calm waters mean that children can play out of harm’s way.

What sports can you do at the beach there?

Snorkelling or any other water activity with kids.

Is there parking?

You can park in the town and reach the pool in a matter of minutes.

Are there showers?

No, there are no showers or lavatories.

Does this beach have lifeguards?

No.

Is this beach suitable for wheelchair users?

No

Are pets allowed on this beach?

Pets are not allowed, but just like at other beaches on the island, it is common to see them.

El Tiempo en la playa de la piscina natural de Punta Mujeres

The temperatures in this part of the island are much milder than in the rest of the island. The average temperature is between 18ºC-26ºC throughout the year, and in summer the climate is perfect for an evening swim.

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