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Lanzarote is a Spanish island, the northernmost and easternmost of the autonomous Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean. It is located approximately 125 kilometres off the north coast of Africa and 1,000 kilometres from the Iberian Peninsula.


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How to visit Lanzarote ?

To get to Lanzarote, you'll need to fly into César Manrique-Lanzarote Airport (ACE), located near the island's capital, Arrecife. The airport serves a variety of airlines, including low-cost carriers like Ryanair and EasyJet. Once you arrive, you can rent a car, take a taxi, or use public buses to reach your accommodation.

Booking in advance is essential for some of the island's top attractions, such as Timanfaya National Park and Cueva de los Verdes. Purchasing a Lanzarote Experience Card can provide discounted entry to multiple sites and save you time when visiting popular spots.

The costs of a trip to Lanzarote can vary depending on your preferences. Budget travelers can find affordable accommodations and meals, while those looking for a luxury experience will also find high-end resorts and restaurants. On average, expect to spend around €60-€100 per day on food, activities, and accommodations.

Some of the best things to do in Lanzarote include exploring Timanfaya National Park, visiting the César Manrique Foundation, and relaxing on the white-sand beaches of Papagayo. For a unique experience, consider a guided tour of the volcanic vineyards of La Geria or a submarine dive to explore the underwater world.

For dining options, Restaurante El Risco in Famara is a great choice for fresh seafood and local dishes. Casa Tere in Arrecife offers delicious Canarian cuisine in a charming setting, while La Bodega de Santiago in Yaiza is perfect for a romantic dinner with a focus on creative fusion dishes.

When it comes to accommodations, Lanzarote offers a range of options to suit all budgets. For a luxurious stay, consider the 5-star Lani's Suites de Luxe in Puerto del Carmen, with its stunning ocean views and personalized service. For a more budget-friendly option, check out the 3-star Hotel Floresta in Playa de los Pocillos, which offers excellent value for money. If you prefer self-catering, consider staying at the stylish Caserío de Mozaga in San Bartolomé, a traditional Canarian house turned into a charming rural hotel.

Off the beaten path:

For an unusual travel experience in Lanzarote, consider a visit to the secluded and peaceful village of Haría. Nestled in the Valley of a Thousand Palms, Haría offers a chance to experience authentic Canarian life away from the tourist crowds. While there, explore the local artisan market on Saturdays and take a leisurely stroll through the picturesque streets lined with traditional whitewashed houses. Don't miss the opportunity to visit the nearby Mirador del Río, a breathtaking viewpoint designed by César Manrique, offering stunning panoramas of La Graciosa and the other smaller islands of the Chinijo Archipelago.




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1 - Caleta de Famara

   8 km away
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2 - Timanfaya National Park

   10 km away

Timanfaya National Park is a Spanish national park in the southwestern part of the island of Lanzarote, in the Canary Islands. It covers parts of the municipalities Tinajo and Yaiza.

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3 - Paragliding in Caleta de Famara, Lanzarote

   8 km away

Enjoy this paragliding experience over the crystal clear waters and volcanic formations of the Canary Islands, near Caleta de Famara in Lanzarote. This paragliding activity is based in the volcanic island of Lanzarote, in the Canary Islands, a S...

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4 - Mirador de El Risco de Famara - Parque El Bosquecillo

   11 km away
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5 - Castillo de San Gabriel

   11 km away
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6 - Hiking / Trekking in Timanfaya, Lanzarote

   9 km away

In the Natural Park of Los Volcanes de Lanzarote, you can explore the lunar landscape on this 3-hour hiking tour. You will think you are on the moon! Los Volcanes Natural Park, along with Timanfaya National Park are two protected areas in Lanzarote, ...

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7 - Famara

   15 km away

Famara is the main mountainous massif in the north of the island of Lanzarote in the Canary Islands. It is the eastern slope of a volcano erupting in the Miocene.

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8 - The Cactus Garden

   16 km away

The Jardín de Cactus is a cactus garden on the island of Lanzarote in the Canary Islands. It is situated in the village of Guatiza, in a former quarry where volcanic sand was extracted to spread on cultivated areas to retain moisture.

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9 - Windsurfing in Costa Teguise, Lanzarote

   11 km away

Discover windsurfing in one of Lanzarote's best learning spots, Playa de Las Cucharas! Playa de Las Cucharas is a privileged spot because of its weather conditions all year round, particularly the strength of the wind. The temperature in Lanzarote on...

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10 - Cueva de los Verdes

   24 km away

Cueva de los Verdes is a lava tube and tourist attraction of the Haria municipality on the island of Lanzarote in the Canary Islands. The cave lies within the Monumento Natural del Malpaís de La Corona, a protected area of the Canary Islands.

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11 - Graciosa

   25 km away

Graciosa Island or commonly La Graciosa is a volcanic island in the Canary Islands of Spain, located 2 km north of the island of Lanzarote across the Strait of El Río. It was formed by the Canary hotspot. The island is part of the Chinijo Archipelago and the Chinijo Archipelago Natural Park. It is administrated by the municipality of Teguise. In 2018 La Graciosa officially became the eighth Canary Island.

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12 - Scuba Diving in Puerto del Carmen, Lanzarote

   14 km away

Lanzarote Ocean's Divers Diving Center encourages you to discover the underwater world with the company of their PADI certified instructors. Dive in Playa Chica, a renowned diving spot, where you will be able to see a big part of the local marine spe...

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13 - Los Hervideros

   26 km away

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14 - Playa Blanca

   27 km away

Playa Blanca is the southernmost town of the Spanish island of Lanzarote. It is the newest resort on the island, and is part of the municipality of Yaiza.

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15 - Surfing in Caleta de Famara, Lanzarote

   15 km away

Enjoy the power of the ocean by surfing at Playa de Famara, an iconic spot on Lanzarote and perfect for learning to surf at any time of the year. Playa de Famara, is an iconic place on Lanzarote and because of its long, rock-free beach, it is the per...

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16 - Playa de la Cera

   30 km away
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17 - Corralejo

   44 km away

Corralejo is a town and resort located on the northern tip of Fuerteventura, one of the Canary Islands, facing the smaller islet of Lobos. It is in the municipality of La Oliva.

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18 - Fuerteventura

   47 km away

Fuerteventura is one of the Canary Islands, in the Atlantic Ocean and is part of the North Africa region, politically part of Spain. At 1,659.74 square kilometres, it is the second largest of the Canary Islands, after Tenerife. As at the start of 2019, Fuerteventura had 116,886 inhabitants. It was declared a biosphere reserve by UNESCO in May 2009. Its capital is Puerto del Rosario.

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Located off the coast of Morocco, the Spanish volcanic island of the Canaries,



Lanzarote has been designated a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve



With its exceptional landscapes due to its volcanic soil and its superb beaches, the island also seduces its hot and dry climate.
Its Timanfaya National Park is home to the Montanas del Fuego famous for its magnificent panorama. From the white villages to the pink volcano and the lava tunnels, you will find many activities to do during your stay in Lanzarote.

The island of Lanzarote is the easternmost island of the Canary archipelago



And therefore the closest to the African continent. Its capital is Arrecife. Even if its maximum altitude does not exceed 670 m, the island offers a magnificent volcanic landscape. The main attraction that attracts tourists to Lanzarote is the particularly volcanic landscape and the hikes that can be done there.
The most visited part of the island is the Timanfaya National Park, which has the most beautiful concentration of volcanic cones in a lunar landscape! The national park attracts so many tourists that its visit is regulated. It is therefore not possible to hike just anywhere (see Timanfaya). The island also has many beaches, most of which are made of black sand. There are also a few large resorts on the island.

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Its amazing volcanic lands of a thousand and one colors greet you. The calm and silence that reigns throughout the island invite you to disconnect and recharge your energy during our light-filled days.
ts spectacular landscapes form an internationally recognized ecosystem of great value.

 Then take a moment and breathe in the peace that reigns on the island. You will feel as far away as if you had traveled to the moon.

The National Park of Timanfaya National Park



A glimpse of recent and historical volcanism that offers you one of the most impressive visual spectacles of the Canary Islands. The near absence of vegetation, the roughness of the shapes, and the variety of colors, such as reds, ochres, blacks, and oranges, will transport you to places you never imagined.

Frequently Asked Questions by Travelers planning a trip to Lanzarote

When to go to Lanzarote?

The climate of Lanzarote is subtropical.

In summer, the temperature can rise a lot
In winter, the temperatures are more around 20 degrees 
The volcano island of Lanzarote offers a dry, sunny and mild climate every month of the year. Temperatures range from 21°C in January to 28°C in the summer months.
With very favorable climatic conditions, the island is the den of sportsmen of all kids who come to practice their favorite sport.

Like its neighbor Fuerteventura, the island is often swept by strong winds which make the happiness of surfing enthusiasts.
For those who are afraid of the cold, the seawater is rather cool, not exceeding 23°C in the middle of August.

With mild temperatures all year round and a lot of sunshine, Lanzarote is an island that can be discovered all year round. However, you should prefer spring and autumn for visiting to avoid the higher temperatures of the summer months. But if you're more of a beach person, then take off during the summer months.

Lanzarote is a volcanic island of the Canary Islands. Located in the northeast of the archipelago, near Fuerteventura, it is like its sisters in the heart of the Atlantic Ocean, just across from Morocco. With its ideal climate in summer as well as in winter, this island attracts all types of travelers, from idlers to hardened sportsmen. With its lunar landscapes, its sandy beaches, and its exotic atmosphere, it has indeed everything to seduce its visitors.
So if you too wish to enjoy the wonders of Lanzarote, don't wait any longer and prepare your bags! In this Lanzarote travel guide, you will find all the information you need to visit this beautiful Canary Island













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