We are a family run business offering 3 ranges of holiday accommodation on the stunning island of Lanzarote, a place we have loved to call home for over 30 years. Each holiday home has been lovingly created with every detail that we could imagine to make your holiday an amazing and unforgettable experience. The properties you will see here, our Eco Village, Finca de Arrieta and all our holiday villas, cottages and apartments are owned by us, enabling us to ensure that the highest standards are maintained in every aspect of your stay. We pride ourselves on the high level of our personal service and our unrivalled local knowledge that we apply to any request you make.
By choosing to book direct with us you are assured the best available rates and the support of our bookings team who are on hand to help you, therefore please do not hesitate to contact us directly with any questions or for help with your booking.
We look forward to hearing from you, Michelle & Tila, Founders of Lanzarote Retreats.
Lanzarote Retreats’ holiday villas, cottages and apartments are an exclusive selection of holiday rental accommodation, mostly owned and developed by us lovingly through every stage to ensure they meet the expectations of our most discerning clients.
Whether it is a traditional cottage, modern seafront apartment or luxury holiday villa, our attention to detail and desire to give a special holiday experience is unrivaled.
Lanzarote Retreats’ flagship property is a unique bolthole and a pioneer in the world of eco travel. Founded in 2007, Lanzarote’s original Eco Village “Finca De Arrieta” is a wonderful example of sustainable and responsible tourism.
Our model protects our environment, providing a great example of green tourism, but never at the expense of the guest experience.
Tiagua 81 is an elegant collection of self-catering accommodation units, including three studio apartments, a one bedroom apartment plus the two bedroom Rubicon Cottage. Located in the heart of Lanzarote, Tiagua village was once the island trading centre for local produce.
The 200-year-old Tiagua building was at this time used as a shop to sell fresh home-grown fruit and vegetables, and the owners of the house also produced their own wine from the bodega building at the side of the main house, (now a stylish two bedroom cottage.)
This shabbily chic cottage right on the beach at Arrieta makes great use of the Canary Island’s year-round sunshine by running on solar power. Inside the cottage there’s a mammoth bed; outside there’s a balcony with outdoor shower and courtyard for dining al fresco.
Lanzarote: A green and pleasant island, thanks to its unspoilt beauty, sensitive urban planning and pioneering eco-villages, the Spanish town is anything but ‘grotty’. Michelle Braddock moved to the island from Surrey 15 years ago. With her English husband, Tila, a windsurfing instructor, she owns what she claims are Lanzarote’s first totally green properties.