Lanzarote is one of the most dramatic landscapes to be found in Europe with an extraordinary geology of 300 volcanic cones, eerie blackened lava fields and the occasional bucolic, palm-filled valley. The black sand beaches make for a striking backdrop against the azure blue of the ocean, and the whitewashed villages and picturesque harbours are the perfect place for a pitstop.
Day 1: Arrive in Lanzarote
We recommend a morning flight. After arriving you will be transferred to, your hotel in one of our 3 chosen resorts on the south of the island. You will have time to build your bike (or pick up your hire bike) and grab some lunch. In the afternoon you will have time to do a coastal ride and take in some of Lanzarote's magical volcanic landscape.
Day 2: Mirador del Rio
Today we recommend you head up into the hills of Lanzarote and to the most Northerly tip. The most famous climb on the island is the Mirador de Haria. It is only 5km long but offers great views over Lanzarote.
Day 3: Iron Man Lanzarote loop
Today we recommend that you take on some, or all, of the Iron Man Lanzarote Triathlon loop. For those of you that want a big day out, this can be a brilliant 180km ride along the spine of Lanzarote, or for those that prefer a few more cafe stops, an easier 80km route. You will really get a feel for the island as you pass through the many tiny villages that make up the interior of the island, passing fishing villages on the coast and riding through the Parque national de Timanfaya.
Day 4: Departure day
There is one final cafe run around the lanes of Lanzarote before we transfer you back to the airport. We recommend you get an afternoon or evening flight. If you want to extend this trip, this is possible.