Jablillo Beach

Jablillo Beach

Protected by a seawall that turns it into a natural "swimming pool" with a turquoise background, Jablillo Beach is a small urban cove of white sand dotted with volcanic rock that stretches along the southern end of Costa Teguise.

A stroll along Jablillo Beach

This beach is a popular spot due to its natural environment and the wide range of facilities it has to offer. Jablillo Beach reflects a peaceful paradise, as its shallow, turquoise waters merge with the light-coloured sand on the coast to showcase a dreamy landscape.

The coastal strip surrounding Jablillo Beach has a rich seabed, making it a prime location for snorkelling, scuba diving and underwater photography.

Despite its small size of only 150 metres, the beach provides showers, sun lounger rentals and a large car park. That's not all, as the area is surrounded by numerous restaurants, hotels and shops.

Jablillo Beach is without a doubt one of the most in-demand beaches for tourists staying in Costa Teguise, although during the high season it tends to be quite crowded and many people opt for a nearby beach in Las Cucharas.

How to get to Jablillo Beach

Jablillo Beach in Lanzarote is easily accessible and many people walk to it from the nearby hotels and flats. If you're planning to get to Jablillo Beach from other locations, the easiest way to get there is by car, although if you don't have a rental car you can also take the bus.