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Puerto deportivo Marina Rubicon, Playa Blanca
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Stroll, dine, and relax at , noted for its open-air markets, shops, and restaurants. This upscale area is home to many fine cafes and bars, ranging from inexpensive pasta eateries to more formal dining establishments, where you can sample local and international delicacies while listening to the waves lapping at the shore. Watch the fancy yachts come and go, or become part of the bustle by arranging to take sailing, windsurfing, or scuba diving lessons. The swanky marina is also the best spot to sign up for a guided sailing excursion, during which you can try your hand at sport or high-seas fishing. Make Puerto deportivo Marina Rubicon part of your personalized Lanzarote itinerary using our Lanzarote trip itinerary maker.
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  • Busy with tourists walking along the promenade to view boats and shops. Relaxed atmosphere and free parking nearby. 
  • Nice and well designed place. There are shops, restaurants, services... Very friendly artisan market on Wednesday.
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  • Typical marina, all the nice shops and boats that we can't afford but dream of owning. Some great bars, especially the jazz bar which had good live ish music after 8pm 
  • . You could go there from the main part of Playa Blanca by taxi. But what a waste! One of the delights of this resort is the long long long - 5 miles long - seafront walk, going from the Faro de Pecheguera at one end to the Rubicon Marina at the other. So start strolling - it will take anything from 40 to 60 minutes, depending on how languid your pace is. The marina itself has interesting boats to look at. We are not talking Puerto Banus here, with gin-palaces owned by the Russian mega-rich, but the sort of boat that you could imagine that you could buy if you won a medium amount on the lottery. In the water there are fish just dying for you to throw in bread. They are "Lisas", and definitely not caught and eaten as they live off whatever the botas' bilge pumps out. Surrounding the marina are masses of bars and restaurants, a couple of supermarkets, and some quite interesting shops. Quite up-market overall. A nice walk, a lovely meal, linger over the coffee, stroll back. Perfect! .
  • nice place with romantic views, bars, restaurants, shops and a large market on wednesday and saturday. worth a visit!
  • If you want to have a dive session, a PAPI certification or just to go on the ocean for fun, this is the right place to come. They have friendly guys and they can help and guide you to make you feel special.
  • Portions are fantastic and I've never had a bad meal here. Highly recommend.
  • Lovely setting .lots of shops .market day is held here .lovely restaurants and a beautiful location .a must see during day or night .