All inclusive holidays to Lanzarote don’t have to just be about lazing by a pool or on the island’s lovely beaches. As part of the Canary Islands, Lanzarote is a land born of fire out from the bowels of the earth – nearly a quarter of the island’s surface is covered by the lava spewed out during the last great eruption in the 1730s. This intense volcanic activity has also left the island’s surface pocked with innumerable, perfectly formed calderas, fashioning an almost lunar-like quality guaranteed to captivate those tourists inclined to notice.

All inclusive at the Dream Gran Castillo Resort

Set like a majestic castle overlooking the ocean in Lanzarote’s Playa Blanca, the four and a half star Dream Gran Castillo Resort is an appealing, attractively arrayed all inclusive resort. All guests are on all inclusive, but can also choose to dine at either the main buffet restaurant, or alternatively, at a more intimate and romantic à la carte restaurant. The decadent array of swimming pools includes a fabulous children’s pool complete with slides and water features. There is also a kids’ club that keeps young bodies and minds active and entertained during the day, leaving mums and dads free to perhaps indulge at the hotel spa which features thermal waters, saunas and Jacuzzis and many revitalising spa treatments. Those over 16 years also enjoy one complimentary entrance to the spa per stay.


Exploring Lanzarote

The Dream Gran Castillo Resort is also located close to the attractive Playa Papagaya beach in Playa Blanca on the southern tip of Lanzarote, so soft sands and clear seas are just a stroll away. For those keen to explore from the hotel, Playa Blanca itself is home to a plush new marina, a waterside promenade and several sheltered beaches, and is generally thought of as one of Lanzarote’s quieter resorts, making it popular with couples and families. And not forgetting the island’s volcanic legacy –  a visit to the fascinating Timanfaya National Park is a must. The ‘Mountains of Fire’ region of the park even features a restaurant that cooks its food by lowering it down just a few metres into the blisteringly hot earth below.

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