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The island of Lanzarote is the easternmost of the Canary Islands. You can visit Lanzarote to spend time in the beautiful mountains or to visit for business ventures. Whatever your reason, you'll fly into Lanzarote airport, so search for flights on ebookers to find a cheap ticket.

Lanzarote offers many things to do, from surfing school to tours. You might choose to go to the Lava Flow Surf School or to Go Karting San Bartolome to spend time with your kids. Whatever you choose to do, ebookers can help you find cheap tickets to your destinations and activities abroad.

Top Lanzarote attractions

Museo Agricola el Patio

This farm has been turned into a beautiful museum that lets you experience the past in Lanzarote.

Cueva de los Verdes

This underground lava tunnel is a great stop for those interested in volcanic action.

Gran Casino de Lanzarote

This large casino is modern and exciting. It offers roulette and other popular games for you to enjoy.

Lagomar Museum

This museum has stunning architecture that is built into the surrounding rock and volcanic mounds.

Rancho Texas Park

This amusement park has wild animals to view and other activities to keep kids and adults occupied.

Playa de Papagayo

This beach is a popular place to spend time surfing, swimming, and lounging with locals and tourists.

Marina Rubicon

This marina is located on the Playa Blanca, which has beautiful white sands and a local market.

Jardin de Cactus

Enjoy this beautiful botanical garden and see local, as well as nonindigenous, flora and fauna.

Famara Beach

This beach is a popular attraction that draws locals and tourists to its unspoiled sands.

Kaboti Surf School Lanzarote

This surf school is a great place to learn about surfing and to catch some waves with locals and tourists.

Museo de Arte Contemporáneo

This modern art museum is located in the historic Castillo de San José. It was constructed in the 18th century to address the piracy problem. Only a 30-minute walk from the city centre, the museum showcases works by Manrique, Millares, Sempere, Gerardo Rueda, Miró, and Tápies, among others. Stick around and have lunch at the museum’s restaurant after perusing the gallery.

Castillo de Santa Bárbara

This castle is not the oldest one on the Canary Islands, but you would not guess so from looking at it. Sancho de Herrera constructed it during the 16th century atop Guanapay Peak. From its perch, you can admire the glorious view of the plains. The restored castle is now home to the Museo del Emigrante Canario, where you can browse the collection that illustrates the islands’ history of migration to Spain’s American colonies.

Palacio Spínola

This sprawling structure currently functions as a government residence and a museum. It was built sometime between 1730 and 1780, and then in 1895 the Spínolas, a wealthy Lanzarote family, took possession of it.

Centro Insular de Cultura El Almacén

Check out this bright gallery that serves as a cultural centre. Look around and try to notice Manrique’s influence in the facelift of the warehouse where it is housed. The centre features a cinema, exhibitions, and a bar and restaurant named after Picasso, who was Manrique’s friend. Go on the weekends and enjoy the live music.

Iglesia de San Ginés

Named after the island’s patron saint, this pretty church was erected in 1665. It showcases a beautiful statue from Cuba of aforementioned patron saint. As the opening hours are unpredictable, it’s best to check them beforehand.

Playa del Reducto

This gorgeous, white, sandy beach is picture-perfect. It is located close to Calle Dr. Rafael González Negrin and is appropriate for children. Moreover, it is clean and not crowded, so head there to enjoy some peace and privacy.

Tip * Booking your Tours, Transfers & Airport Parking before you go will save your money & time and ensure a stress free start to your holiday

 

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Lively Lady Show Bar

This bar offers drinks and comedy drag shows that change nightly, and all shows are family friendly.

Bogadera El Grifo

This winetasting experience will let you explore Lanzarote while enjoying beautiful scenery in a local destination.

Bodegas Stratvs

This tour takes you through a winery that blends in with the natural surroundings of Lanzarote.

McQ's Lounge Bar

This bar and lounge will allow you to interact with locals while spending a night out on the town.

Jameos Del Agua

This cave and cavern has a beautiful and unique restaurant inside that you can visit for a quick bite during your visit.

Best time to go on holiday to Lanzarote

The warmest months in Lanzarote include July, August, and September. In these months, temperatures average 28 to 29°C. Lows average from 19 to 20°C. In the cooler months of December, January, and February, you can expect average highs of 21 to 23°C and lows between 13 and 16°C. The weather is nice through most of the year, so outdoor activities can always be an option.

Lanzarote highlights

Play Golf at Costa Teguise

Golf aficionados can enjoy 18 beautiful holes of golf, and beginners can sign up for lessons. The Costa Teguise club is also available for rent.

Tour the islands by boat

Hop on a boat for a sailing cruise to the Isla de Lobos, which is situated off of Fuerteventura. The tour, in which a light lunch is included, is given Monday through Friday on the 33-meter-long boat and runs between 10.15 a.m. and 5.45 p.m.

Surf the waves

Take advantage of Lanzarote’s world-famous waves! The Famara Surf Shop has all the equipment you would need and caters to all levels of experience, even providing lessons for beginners. Located in the north of the island, the shop also has knowledgeable employees that know the best surf spots and reef breaks.

Go scuba diving

Lanzarote is a perfect place for diving. The Cala Blanca diving centre is authorised by the Canarias government, and they speak five European languages in addition to English. The staff is extremely qualified, and provide dive equipment and PADI courses. Trial dives for beginners are called ‘sea baptisms’; beginners are treated with a great deal of patience and friendliness. They even offer specialty dives that include dives to explore underwater shipwrecks and underwater caverns, and nitrox dives that are perfect when going on consecutive dives.

Take a trek

Whether you would like to trek up volcanoes or along the beautiful coastline, Olita Treks offers superb local walks. Choose between half- or full-day walks, and the price includes transportation. Even more convenient, the guides speak English.

Windsurfing

On a windy day, get out on the waves and enjoy the speed of windsurfing, especially in summer when the tradewinds make Lanzarote one of the top windsurfing destinations in the world. Windsurf Paradise has an international staff and is even child-friendly! They have beginner courses and beginner equipment as well.

Where to stay in Lanzarote

The Barcelona Resort Hotel is a beautiful, sprawling oasis with amenities galore. It is also child-friendly with a multilevel playground, craft area, toys, and a giant waterslide. The resort is nestled in a quiet area of Costa Teguise, a popular spot for tourists, and boasts five freshwater swimming pools, miniature golf, tennis courts, volleyball court, and superb cuisine and entertainment to keep the adults just as amused as the kids.

The stunning Sandos Papagayo Arena Hotel is situated on the beachfront of Las Coloradas. Gorgeous ocean vistas and sunsets can be enjoyed from the terrace of every guestroom. For variety, the hotel boasts four restaurants, including an international buffet. There is a health club and swimming pools, as well as a nightclub.

Hipotels La Geria Hotel is a gorgeous four-star hotel located steps away from Pocillos beach. There are lovely gardens of local botany and a tranquil swimming pool and solarium. Unwind with the spa services offered or have a drink at the bar. Enjoy the soothing atmosphere even more by lingering over the included breakfasts and dinners.

If you would like to spend your time away from the beach in five-star luxury, check in at the magnificent Hesperia Hotel. Positioned just by the sea, next to the Puerto Calero marina, it features a garden, several pools, and Turkish baths. There is a host of entertainment options, and the guestrooms are stylish and luxurious.

How to move around in Lanzarote

Airports

The Guacimeta Airport serves the Canary Islands, as does the Lanzarote Airport, located five kilometres from Arrecife, the capital of the island. There are buses and plenty of taxis that can take you to and from the airport.

Getting Around

The bus system in Arrecife provides frequent services all about the urban area, such as to Puerto del Carmen and Costa Teguise. There are also other routes connecting to Playa Blanca in the south. There are plenty of guided tour buses as well that will stop multiple times so you can enjoy different sights and activities.

Taxis are only recommended for brief trips because otherwise they would end up being pricier than car hire.

Most travellers find that car hire in Lanzarote is the best option, but be mindful that you must be at least 21 years old to hire a car. Also, street parking is widely available in Arrecife.

Also, there are ferry services that travel between Gran Canaria and Arrecife. The Fred Olsen ferry company operates water ferries between Playa Blanca and Corralejo.

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