Lanzarote: Extended services for Papagayo Camping Area this summer

Published on June 16, 2022
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As of June 20, customers who stay at the Papagayo Camping in Lanzarote will be able to use the bathrooms and will have access to electricity in their spaces.

The Cabildo de Lanzarote, through the Youth area directed by Myriam Barros, will increase services in the Papagayo Camping Area during the coming summer months. 

“We promised that users would be able to enjoy all the services during the summer season and we have complied”, highlights Barros, who also recalls that, for the first time, this camping area will be in operation all year round and not just in summer. 

Specifically, from June 20 to mid-September, users of the Papagayo Camping Area will be able to enjoy new services, such as the possibility of having electricity on the plots. "In addition, the toilets will be open and there will be a gray water treatment system," says the Minister of Youth, the area in charge of managing the camping area. 

These services will be added to those that have already been offered since the Papagayo Camping Area opened its doors on April 8, so that campers and caravaners who camp in this space will continue to have solar lights in common areas, collection of sewage and surveillance service at night.

“These services will be maintained permanently, but the ones that we will implement now will only be offered in high seasons [...]” , points out Myriam Barros. 

The counselor recalls that reservations can be made online through the web portal and that, in order to facilitate the mobility of users, the stay is limited to 15 days, and can then be extended for another fifteen . 

As for the prices per plot and day, the costs are 9 euros for motorhomes and camper vans and 6 euros for shops and booths for residents, while non-residents must pay 11 and 8 euros, respectively. 

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