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Lanzarote Holidays

Lanzarote Holidays

Quirky landscapes and shimmering coastlines await on a holiday to Lanzarote.

Holidays in Lanzarote

A Spanish hotspot that helped coin the classic British beach break; Lanzarote is an island that promises sun, sand, and stunning surroundings. Where Lanzarote’s shorelines call for lazy days basking in the sun, its attractions and activities can make for a livelier holiday for adventure lovers.

Where is the best place to stay in Lanzarote?

Puerto del Carmen is the island’s largest resort. Calling enthusiastic sun-tanners to its beaches. There’s always a lively atmosphere no matter what time of year you visit. With a scenic old town and bustling harbour, warm nights here can be filled with dancing or dining.

Nearby Costa Teguise is ideal for couples and young families looking for a more peaceful holiday. With a beautiful town square and stunning beaches; sun-kissed Costa Teguise is a fantastic mixture of relaxation and good old-fashioned summer fun.

For a more serene holiday with a loved one, Playa Blanca ticks all the boxes. Maintaining its old-traditional village charm, Playa Blanca is home to whitewashed villas, a glittering marina, and white sand beaches. A slice of Spanish heaven.

Travel guide

There’s never a bad time to visit Lanzarote. The delightful summer temperatures are ideal for soaking up the sun, with little change in the winter months.  


  • Best time to visit: March-October
  • Average temp: 25°C/77°F
  • Average flight time: 4 Hours
  • Most suited for: Families, Couples
  • Currency: Euro
  • Time Difference: 0 hours

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Lanzarote's Weather

Average monthly temperature on Lanzarote (°C)

  • Jan 21°C
  • Feb 21°C
  • Mar 23°C
  • Apr 23°C
  • May 25°C
  • Jun 26°C
  • Jul 28°C
  • Aug 29°C
  • Sep 28°C
  • Oct 27°C
  • Nov 24°C
  • Dec 22°C
Things to see and do in Lanzarote

Things to see and do in Lanzarote

An island encased in surreal beauty; Lanzarote was made to be explored. Past its white sand and black volcanic beaches lie a whole host of activities.

Trek to the top of ‘Fire Mountain’ and indulge in a barbeque feast prepared from Timanfaya’s natural fires. Or if you don’t want to miss out on the tasty action; hop aboard a coach and watch in wonder as you snake among lava flows and up steep-sided craters.

A biker’s paradise, take to two wheels and explore rugged coastlines, mountain trails, and volcanic vineyards hidden in the island's unique lunar landscapes. Spend sun-filled days uncovering the legacy of famous artist César Manrique. Or journey to the lime-green lagoons and quirky caves that scatter Lanzarote’s coastline.

Food and drink on Lanzarote

Food and drink on Lanzarote

Tenerife combines Spanish flavours with more Venezuelan influences. Restaurants in the north of Tenerife serve up daily menus of traditional Canarian tapas, fresh seafood, and other regional specialities. Down south the main resorts offer a good mixture of local, international, and British cuisine.

If you’re interested in trying some local food, start easy with papas arrugadas aka wrinkled potatoes. Smothered in salt and served warm with a bowl of mojo sauce on the side, they change the potato game.

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