A volcanic moonscape
Lanzarote does cater for those who enjoy nightlife and beaches, but don’t forget that the scenery and natural beauty of the landscape offers romantic views and walks. As you fly into the island you will at once notice the unspoilt look of the place, with small white houses dotted amongst colourful flowers and no high rise buildings to spoil the tranquil, picture postcard allure.
A honeymoon in Lanzarote would be better spent in one of the more luxurious hotels in either Puerto Calero or in a quiet apartment complex in Los Pocillos, which are both near beaches and quaint restaurants. If you like to party while on your honeymoon in Lanzarote then make your way to Puerto del Carmen, where all the action is.