Restaurant Mirador El Roque Orzola

Restaurant Mirador El Roque in Órzola, Lanzarote

Órzola is one of the most charming fishing villages on the island of Lanzarote and obviously its essence is reflected in the food they serve in this local restaurants.

An exceptional case of this where the sea produce and modern cuisine are combined, is the Restaurant Mirador El Roque, former Casa Arraez, which reopened its doors in June 2018.

Its strategic location on the seafront offers the unique experience where fresh sea products rice dishes, meat, fish and seafood of the highest quality and of Canarian origin can be enjoyed as well as its homemade desserts. For sure something not to be missed on your visit to Orzola.

Dishes such as the sweet tuna or sirloin steak  with mushroom sauce, avocado starter with prawns or the dessert Bienmesabe palmero will definitely thrill you.

The owners Aníbal y Noemí and their team will take a very good care of your all in a very easygoing and relaxed atmosphere. With 15 years of experience in the business they surely know how to ensure maximum satisfaction.

The restaurant is ideal for couples, friends or family to spend a day enjoying Canarian gastronomy and complete the experience by strolling along the pier full of small typical island boats known as “barquillos” or take the ferry to the island known as the eighth island: Isla de La Graciosa.

Its decoration and fishing village atmosphere, its dishes, the views, the quality and the price of its products as well as the attention given in the Restaurant Mirador El Roque, make it the perfect place for your celebrations and events.

Don’t miss this experience and contact Restaurante Mirador El Roque in Órzola to book your table at the seaside.

As Hannibal and Naomi use to say: “You found a magical place where you will stay with a full belly and a happy heart”. This is so true, checked it out yourself 🙂

Fresh, Canarian and high quality food

Monday to Saturday from 12h to 21h
Sundays from 12h to 17h

Calle Peña del Señor Dioniso 8, 35541 Orzola, Lanzarote



 Restaurante Mirador El Roque


Restaurante El Risco in Caleta de Famara

Restaurante El Risco in Famara, Lanzarote

In the “Restaurante El Risco” in Caleta de Famara they have the single objective to satisfy all their customers.

Faithful to their work philosophy and with the fruits of yearly experiences in the gastronomic sector, the management and the chefs of Restaurante El Risco offer a selection of dishes made with the best products and raw materials of the highest quality. What makes the difference to other good restaurants is their commitment and determination.

You can taste, among others, fresh fish and seafood, casseroles, paellas and rice dishes, soups and broths of fish, and of course, typical dishes of the canarian gastronomy like “Sancocho”, cheeses and mojos with different textures. For lovers of meat, there are offers of Iberian meats from stone and other varieties.

A range of famous Lanzarote wines and from the whole Spanish territory accompanies the gastronomic offer of the Restaurante El Risco in Caleta de Famara.

You have to reserve a table for dinner. But you can book an appointment online, if you want.

MON-SAT 12am-10pm

SUN 12am-5pm

Calle Montaña Clara, 30 – 35558, Famara, Teguise, Lanzarote, Islas Canarias – España

 +34 928 52 85 50



Restaurant Mar Azul, El Golfo

Restaurant Mar Azul in El Golfo, Lanzarote

This restaurant is located in the small fishermen’s village El Golfo. The main road of El Golfo leads you down to coastline where you will find Mar Azul. The restaurant Mar Azul is located on the street, but there are also tables facing the sea on the other side of the road. A beautiful sunset is offered to you every evening since the sky is not cloudy. Fish and particularly the “Calamari a la plancha” are recommended. The specialty of the house is Caldoso. Caldoso is a succulent rice dish with seafood such as lobster, crayfish or king prawns.

Before your dinner you could visit the famous lago verde at the entrance to El Golfo and the beautiful coastal area around.

Please do not order a “fish plate”, but rather one fish. Otherwise make clear, in case of doubt with hands and feet, that you first want to look at the fish in the kitchen. Fish plates are served in all restaurants with the fish that is cheaper.

MON-SUN 10am-9:30pm

Avenida Marítima, 42, Yaiza (Lanzarote), España

 +34 928 17 31 32



Caleta de Famara

Caleta de Famara, Lanzarote

Caleta de Famara is the surfing spot on Lanzarote, where you can learn how to surf, or improve your surfing skills. Coming from the direction of Teguise, take the LZ-402 to Famara and you will pass the natural white sand beach and take a look at the surf and the waves at Playa de Famara. Following the course of the road, you drive into the small village and, directly on the left, you will find several surf schools, which are unmistakably decorated with various surfboards and neoprene suits as well as different logos. There are plenty of parking spaces around. Apart from that Caleta de Famara is a small and quiet fishermen’s village with few tourism. But one of the best restaurants on Lanzarote is located there: The “Restaurante El Risco.”

The flow of the ocean is strong in Famara. Be careful when you go into the sea with or without a surfboard and do not go behind the point where the last waves break. Thus, at Famara Beach is always the red flag hoisted up.

Restaurant Emmax in Playa Honda

Restaurant Emmax in Playa Honda, Lanzarote

The German restaurant Emmax in Playa Honda is located directly at the sea, at the beach promenade.

Restaurant Emmax in Playa HondaThe two German owners share the management and philosophy of this beautifully decorated restaurant Emmax, which is named after the children of the two operators.

One is passionate about the quality and excellent taste of premium dishes in the kitchen, while his partner takes care of a particularly friendly and professional service behind the bar and at the guests’ tables.

When the two good friends, after being famous and popular in Puerto Calero with their restaurant Emmax, came up with the idea of establishing an exquisite restaurant in Playa Honda a few years ago, people asked them: “What do you want now in Playa Honda? At that time, the area of Playa Honda was only just beginning to develop into a real beach and dinner attraction for locals and tourists.

Not only the former regular guests of Puerto Calero, but also more and more new guests came to appreciate and love the beach promenade of Playa Honda.

The Restaurant Emmax has contributed significantly to the positive development of Playa Honda as a location for beautiful holiday memories.

The Restaurant Emmax in Playa Honda combines German knowledge and experience with international, partly Asian cuisine.

You can expect a daily changing and exquisite menu of the highest quality.

Whether fresh fish from Lanzarote, well-prepared Secreto Ibérico from the Spanish mainland, homemade pasta or salads with particularly interesting herbs, here you will always want to be satisfied again and again to eat.

Enjoy a relaxing afternoon or evening at the Emmax restaurant in Playa Honda, enjoying fresh, homemade cheesecake, a delicious tiramisu of oranges or a chocolate and avocado mousse.

We recommend you to reserve a table, if you want to have a dinner with a group in the evening or if you are looking for a special table during day time.
Tuesday closed.

MON 1pm-11pm

TUE closed

WED-SAT 1pm-11pm

SUN 1pm-9pm

Restaurant Emmax in Playa Honda Avenida Playa Honda, 21, 35509 Playa Honda, Las Palmas

 +34 650 68 56 62

 Restaurant Emmax in Playa Honda


Arrieta, Lanzarote

If you follow LZ-1 in the direction of Jameos del Agua, you will pass the two coastal towns of Arrieta and Punta Mujeres.

Sunrays glisten on the water, small fishing boats sway to the beat of the light waves, locals cast their rods in the hope of a good catch.

ArrietaShortly before entering Arrieta, turn right to the beach Playa de la Garita, also popular with locals and very suitable for children, with access to the popular beach bar “La Casita de La Playa”. On this beach to the north you reach the second recommended bar “El Chiringuito”, with the best access from the side of Arrieta.

In Arrieta there are some good fish restaurants, pizzerias, supermarket and also a stationery shop. Also the supermarket at the gas station with a large assortment, which is also open on Sundays, directly at the entrance to the village, is really well recommended.

The two coastal towns of Arrieta and Punta Mujeres have managed to retain their charm and ambience. Small whitewashed houses with blue or green shutters dominate the village.

In Arrieta you will probably notice the house “Casa Juanita” shining in shades of blue and red. The special location of this charming building, which borders the harbour pier on one side and the Atlantic on the other, is the background of a rather sad story from the early 1920s. At that time a Lanzaroteño built this beautiful house for his lung sick daughter. She was supposed to recover by inhaling the salty sea air, but unfortunately died in early years.
In front of “Casa Juanita” is the small lagoon “El Charcón”, which with its shallow waters is the ideal place to stay, especially for families with small children.

Accommodation in and around Arrieta can be found here >

El Golfo

El Golfo, Lanzarote

El Golfo is situated in southwest of Lanzarote. This small fishing village is known for its tasty fish specialities and the natura attraction “lago verde“. Fish is caught, gutted and cleaned right in front of your eyes, very much to the joy of the sea gulls who happily treat themselves to the leftovers. There is a small footpath at the end of the village, which leads across lava rock all along the cliffs. Sturdy footwear is absolutely necessary here.
However, the absolute highlight is the magnificent sun set. Accompanied by a glass of delicious wine from Lanzarote, it lets you just simply forget everything.

“Los Hervideros”, “Lago Verde” or “La Lagna de los Clicos” in El Golfo are one of the most beautiful places of the island, without any doubt one of the Must See of Lanzarote.


Mácher, Lanzarote

Mácher LanzaroteMácher is an elongated village about 9 km south of the airport ACE, above Puerto del Carmen, with 1090 inhabitants (as of 2015), administered by the larger neighbouring municipality of Tias.

The through road from Tias to Yaiza divides the village into Macher Bajo and Macher Alto.

The actual centre is located around the petrol station with the adjacent village church and cultural centre, also called Sociedad.
It is worth stopping here and trying the tapas, for example.
On this main road, approx. 1 km further in the direction of Yaiza, on the right-hand side is the “Asadero de Mácher” with very good ratings in the rating portals.

At the large roundabout there is a shopping centre into which a large and modern Eurospar has moved, which offers a great selection of fresh meat and fish products at particularly favourable prices.

Even without any outstanding tourist attractions, Mácher has developed into a particularly popular place to live for residents and individual tourists seeking peace and quiet relaxation. Beautiful accommodation in Mácher and its surroundings can be found here.

Mácher – a quiet place with cosy restaurants and partly breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean.
Ideal for shopping in supermarkets and village shops or just to enjoy some typical tappas in the Teleclub of Macher, the Canarian restaurant right next to the petrol station.

Macher is a great little town to experience the true canarian tradition.

An evening game of “bola canaria” in the Asadero de Macher or dinner at the famous restaurant “La Cabaña, where you can sample a variety of typical Canarian food.

Mirador del Rio

Mirador del Rio, Lanzarote

The street LZ 202 provides a direct link to the northern most point of Lanzarote, Mirador del Rio. If approaching from Cueva de los Verdes or Jameos del Agua, a short detour along the coast is recommended. Take LZ 1 towards Órzola and enjoy the beautiful coastal route. Just before Órzola is the beach – Charca de la Novia, gently sloping and sandy, perfect for families with small children. In the shallow water they can safely run around. The contrast between the white sand, the black lava rocks and the bright turquoise blue of the water, is astounding.

From the small town Órzola, Mirador del Rio is signposted and easy to find. Without the signs posts and parked cars, it would be easy to the miss this work of art. Merged with nature – natural rock formations, Manrique yet again created harmony and balance. At the heart of Mirador del Rio is a large hall, flooded with light through enormous windows. There is also a small cafe. Like a magnet, one finds oneself attracted to the light – the windows, where  a spectacular view over the neighboring island of La Graciosa awaits – a perfect place to sit at a table enjoy a coffee and the breathtaking views.

From the terrace one has an even better view of “La Graciosa” and also of the salt fields of El Río. As if on a silver platter, the island with 700 inhabitants presents itself. Just two kilometers from Lanzarote and a 20 minutes crossing from Órzola, the village of Caleta de Sebo, one of the two inhabited villages on La Graciosa is visible.

Gaze a little further into the distance, you’ll see 3 more islands, all uninhabited – Montaña Clara, Roque del Oeste and Alegranza.
On the upper floor of the Mirador lies the souvenir shop, light-filled and beautifully designed.

Is it possible to receive a discount, if you buy a ticket for more than one sightseeing object on Lanzarote. Which sights are included and which combinations are possible are described to you at the entrance to Mirador del Rio.

MON-SUN 10am-5:45pm

In Summer (July-September) until 6:45pm


Tías, Lanzarote

In Spanish Tias means aunts. The town was given the name by the former governor of Gran Canaria, Don Alfonso Fajardo, who named the place to honour his aunts. Formerly called The Tias of Fajardo after Doña Francisca and Doña Hernán Fajardo.

Tias has around 5,500 residents, is today the main town of the Municipio de Tias and the authorities and the police headquarters are based here. Many long term or permanent holidaymakers have made the town their new home. But more and more short stay holidaymakers are enjoying their holidays in the many available apartments and fincas, away from the hustle and bustle. There are plenty of beautiful little shops and some typical Spanish tapas bars and restaurants. You can visit the two churches “Nuestra Señora de la Candelaria” and “San Antonio”.  If you are in Tias on a Saturday morning, then is visiting the market, where local produce and products from the island are offered, is a must. Exhibitions take place in the small church of La Ermita on a regular basis.

When you are on holidays on Lanzarote and you are hungry in Tías you should not miss to visit the tapas bar “La Ermita“.