Whether you come to Lanzarote to explore the beautiful volcanic landscape, the rich, fascinating history, or simply to enjoy the gorgeous beaches, booking Lanzarote airport transfers to take you directly to your hotel is always a great way to start your holiday.At Shuttle Direct, we get requests to deliver guests to scenic locations all over the island. Here are some of our favourites for visitors looking for fun-filled sunshine holidays with plenty of activities, or for a quieter experience in the villages of the interior.TíasSet back from the coast in the central southeast of the island, Tías is a busy local town which offers access to both the pretty, picturesque villages of the island’s dramatic, volcanic interior, and the popular 6km stretch of long sandy beaches to the south.The municipality of Tías stretches down south to include many of the island’s most popular beaches. Lanzarote airport transfers can easily drop you along the region’s famous coastal stretch, which includes Puerto del Carmen, Playa Grande, Matagorda or Los Pocillos. Here you’ll find a wide variety of restaurants, bars and water sports to choose from.Puerto del CarmenPuerto del Carmen is the largest coastal bay of Tías, and certainly the most popular and bustling. With its own beautiful marina, plenty of shops, and extensive water sports and boat trips, this is a hub for visitors looking for a beach holiday packed full of fun and activities.Formerly a fishing village, Puerto del Carmen has today almost entirely given itself over to tourism, although guests visiting during the first week in August can experience the festival of the Virgen del Carmen. A procession of brightly painted boats turns out to celebrate the patron saint of fishermen, after which the port is named.At any time of year, visitors should walk down to the waterfront and stop off at the restaurants facing the beach to enjoy a wide variety of cuisines, including the traditional fare of fish or pork stew, in the warm Lanzarote sunshine.UgaGet off the beaten track by taking one of the many available Lanzarote airport transfers straight to the quiet interior town of Uga with its pretty whitewashed buildings set against the black volcanic landscape.Close to the Timanfaya National Park and the vineyards of La Geria, which run alongside the ‘wine road’ between Uga and Las Asomadas, this is a great place to visit for people looking for a more cultural Lanzarote experience.Lanzarote offers a great variety of holiday options whether you choose to combine a range of elements, or simply want to concentrate on one part of what this rich, complex island has to offer.The best idea is to arrange for a Lanzarote airport transfer to drop you directly at your hotel, and then use that as a base for a relaxing beach holiday or an exploration of the fascinating, volcanic interior.