A stroll along Las Cucharas Beach
The busy Las Cucharas Beach is formed by a 700-metre-long strip of white sand bathed by crystal-clear turquoise waters, which is dotted with breakwaters formed by fragments of volcanic rock.
Las Cucharas Beach has many things to offer and its calm waters and windy conditions make it an ideal beach for all kinds of water activities, especially windsurfing.
How to get to Las Cucharas Beach
Las Cucharas Beach in Lanzarote is located in Costa Teguise, one of the most popular tourist resorts in Lanzarote. Most of the tourists who visit the beach stay in the hotels and flats in the surrounding area, which means they can walk to the beach easily.
If you drive to Las Cucharas Beach, you can leave your car right next to the beach as it has a large car park. If you don't have a rental car in Lanzarote, you can also get there by bus from nearby towns.