Villas Kamezí: Beaches in the South of Lanzarote
–Papagayo (Playa Blanca): Papagayo is part of the coast of Lanzarote more palatable, surrounded by the violence of the rustic Natural Monument of the area around.
–Los Charcones (Playa Blanca): One of the little known treasures of Lanzarote. The natural pools of the older Charcones form a haven of relaxation.
–La Arena (Playa Quemada): Feeds on the magnificent conditions on the southeastern coast of Lanzarote, sheltered from the winds and almost always clear.
–El Pozo (Playa Quemada): Solitary black sand cove about a half hour walk from Playa Quemada. The deathly silence is around two rocks of the area around.
–Janubio (Yaiza): Redoubt pacific relaxation of zesty contemplation by the proximity of the majestic Salinas de Janubio.
–Playa Blanca (Puerto del Carmen): Kilometre and two hundred meters of extension, is the lung on the main brunt of the urbanism of Puerto del Carmen.
–Barranco del Quíquere (Puerto del Carmen): Dozens of bathers soaking up the sun as God brought them to the world that seem to lizards lying to the natural stone.
–Cueva de doña Juana (Puerto del Carmen): Very quiet cove of this resort away from the crowded beaches of Puerto del Carmen.
–Calitas de La Peñita (Puerto del Carmen): This is the most tranquil beaches in La Tiñosa. The sand is golden, of high quality, and the water shines as clean and inviting.
–Matagorda (Puerto del Carmen): Nestled in the northern end of this core and surrounded by urbanizations and hotel apartments, is one of the busiest beaches on the island.