lanzarote aquarium

Costa Teguise Aguarium

For all the family

One of largest aquariums in the Canary Islands

Thousands of species of fish

33 different aquariums

Interaction tanks

Diving with sharks

Located in Costa Teguise

No booking required

Kids – 10 euros

Adults – 15 euros

Aquarium in Costa Teguise

Two thirds of the world are covered by sea. A whole other world exists below all of this water, a world we know very little about. Thousands of species exist in this parallel universe.

All around Lanzarote are amazing warm clear seas full of fish. The most amazing residents of this marine world all around us are rarely seen.

Thanks to the Lanzarote Aquarium you can see and even interact with a special selection of some of the most interesting sea creatures

Located in Costa Teguise the Lanzarote Aquarium has hundreds of different species of marine life.
In total there are thirty three different aquariums split into different sections for different kinds of fish.
All the fish are categorised into the Tropical Zone, Atlantic Zone, Touch Zone there is an Oceanarium where you can swim with the fish and even a tunnel aquarium where they swim around you.

There are three giant pools where you can see and even touch many sea species. You can learn about sea urchins, sea cucumbers and many more marine residents.

The goal of the aquarium one of the largest in the Canary Island. Created to educate and familiarise visitors with the marine world. Seeing this hidden world gives an important education into a vital piece of our global environment.

Children and grown ups alike can learn to appreciate and respect this little known world. The aquarium has even created an area called the ‘aquarium garbage’ designed to help visitors appreciate the negative impact we have on our delicate under sea environment.

In the larger aquariums are some sharks that visitors can even scuba dive with.

No matter what your understanding of our underwater world the Lanzarote Aquarium will bring its wonders closer to you. Aid in appreciation and understanding to help us preserve the oceans for generations to come.

Entry fees start at
10 euros for children from four to twelve years old.
Adults pay fifteen euros.
No booking required.