Things to do at Marina Rubicon
Sample life on board a luxury catamaran by taking a trip on the Rubicat. This twin hull, 23 metre yacht sails to Papagayo. Here you can enjoy jet skiing and snorkeling in the crystal clear waters or just lap up the sun on deck whilst the crew pampers you with free food and drink.
You can get more active and learn to skipper your own craft. At Rubisail you can learn the ropes with experienced instructors whilst exploring the beautiful southern coastline of Lanzarote. Or just head off for a paddle in one of their one or two man kayaks.
Alternatively, head below the waves and explore the undersea world around Lanzarote. The southern coast is home to some of the islands best dive spots and Rubicon Diving’s expert instructors are happy to guide everyone through them, whether novices or experienced divers.
You can even use the swimming pool at the Marina should you fancy a dip. The freshwater pool here also boasts a large private sun deck.
The Marina has a fantastic tennis court overlooking the sea as well as two padel tennis courts. Anyone can hire them for a game.
Sammer Gallery — La Ermita
Marina Rubicon’s La Ermita art gallery is designed in the style of a small island church. The Gallery hosts regular exhibitions in a tranquil atmosphere and also offers spectacular views over the Marina and the surrounding coastline.
The Marina Rubicon is surrounded by a very attractive promenade called El Paseo, which is perfect for a stroll. Admire the vessels and then explore the atmospheric little lanes and squares that run off the main Marina.
Should shopping take your fancy then El Paseo also houses some really smart shops selling everything from designer label clothing through to jewellery and cosmetics.
There is also a regular market in the Marina every Wednesday and Saturday from 9am-2pm.
Bars and Restaurants
The Marina makes a great setting for a meal and there are loads of excellent bars and restaurants to choose from, such as La Casa Roja and La Giralda.