When is the best time to book cheap flights to Lanzarote?
If you want to secure cheap flights to Lanzarote, it’s best to book about eight weeks in advance. But if you’re planning to visit Lanzarote in peak season – July and August – you should book even further ahead, as ticket prices are much higher during summer.
When is the cheapest time to visit Lanzarote?
Flights to Lanzarote are cheapest in January and November, and you’ll find that hotel prices also drop at this time of year. To find the best flight deals, try searching by month. It’s worth looking at different days as prices will vary – for example, flying on a Friday or Saturday is usually more expensive than flying on a Tuesday or Wednesday. Flight prices peak in July and August, but airfares also rise during the Easter holidays, October half term and Christmas. So, if you’re planning a family holiday to Lanzarote, it’s best to book your flights early.
When is Lanzarote weather best?
The temperature in Lanzarote is pretty consistent throughout the year – which is why it’s so popular for beach holidays. August and September are the hottest months, with an average temperature of 25°C and highs of 30°C. January and February are the coldest months, but temperatures still remain in the high teens – so, even in winter, Lanzarote is significantly warmer than the UK. It rarely rains in the Canary Islands, so you can expect dry days whenever you go.
Which airlines fly to Lanzarote?
A range of airlines fly to Lanzarote, which helps to keep the prices competitive. You can fly from the UK direct to Lanzarote with easyJet, Ryanair, Thomas Cook Airlines, TUI Airways, British Airways and more. Flights are available from airport cities across the UK, including London, Manchester, Birmingham, Glasgow, Belfast and Cardiff.
How long is the flight to Lanzarote?
A direct flight from the UK to Lanzarote takes between four and five hours, depending on your departure airport.
How many airports does Lanzarote have?
Lanzarote has one airport. Its official name is César Manrique-Lanzarote Airport (ACE) but it’s often simply called Lanzarote Airport. It has two terminals, but all flights from the UK land at Terminal 1. The airport lies in the southeast of the island, just three miles outside the capital city of Arrecife.
How do I get from Lanzarote Airport into Lanzarote?
Taxis and buses are both available from outside the airport terminal, but the cost and travel time will very much depend on where you’re staying. Most hotels are in Puerto del Carmen, Costa Teguise and Playa Blanca. A taxi to the Playa Blanca area will take about half an hour, while Costa Teguise and Puerto del Carmen are just a 15-minute drive away. Some hotels in Lanzarote will offer a transfer service, so it’s worth checking beforehand – it could save you money.
What are the top things to do in Lanzarote?
Lanzarote is a popular beach destination, thanks to its golden sands, child-friendly waters and year-round sunshine. If you’re seeking some well-earned relaxation, you’ll feel right at home sat under a palm tree with a glass of fruity sangria.
But, if you can drag yourself away from the beach, you’ll find that Lanzarote boasts some stunning volcanic scenery. The Canary Island has even been given World Biosphere Reserve status by UNESCO, in order to protect its lunar-like landscapes. So why not hire a car for the day and go exploring? There are plenty of well sign-posted trails for hiking, and your hotel should be able to provide you with a decent map.
Do I need a visa to fly to Lanzarote?
British passport holders don’t need a visa to travel to any country in the EU – you can stay for up to 90 days within a 180-day period. You just need to make sure that your passport has at least six months validity left, on the day you travel.