Flights to Lanzarote

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Departure Thu, 04 Jan Return Thu, 11 Jan
VLC Valencia
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ACE Lanzarote
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ACE Lanzarote
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VCE Venice
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Popular flight routes to Lanzarote
Liverpool - Lanzarote
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Trips to Lanzarote

Lanzarote travel

Located at the eastern most side of the Canary Islands, Lanzarote is about 78 miles off the coast of Africa. This city of volcanic origins was born through volcano eruptions that created solidified rock formations and lava streams. It is a city best known for its volcanic landscapes, white beaches and yearlong warm weather and is the third most populous city on this island. With over 100 beaches to enjoy, tourists can laze upon the sand or take part in aquatic sports in the clean gleaming waters. With cheap flights to Lanzarote, tourists can fly to this city throughout the year.

Things to do and places to see in Lanzarote

At around 327 square miles, this city has tonnes of activities to offer its variety of visitors. You can just relax on the sunny beaches, get your skin wet, have your heart pumping with air borne activities or dance your way through the night in Lanzarote.

Trips to Lanzarote are never complete if you don't indulge in the following activities:

  • Visit the Timanfaya National Park, where the volcanic landscape is unchanged since the eruptions in 1730
  • Walk through the 7km long Atlantida Tunnel, the world's longest volcanic formation tunnel
  • Take long, romantic walks along the white beaches at Playa Blanca, Papagayo or Caleton Blanco
  • Attend a concert in the 3000-year-old underground cave of Cueva de los Verdes
  • Dive or snorkel to see the first underwater sculpture museum
  • Sit on red volcanic mountain cones and watch the sun go down
  • Indulge in water sports and get your skin wet with scuba diving, wind surfing, jet skiing or kayaking
  • Take the Segway, quad bike or a simple bicycle to explore the island
  • Paragliding and hand gliding will give you an astounding aerial view of this volcanic built city
  • Sip coffee from the only the high altitude glass skyscraper to admire the blue waters around Lanzarote
  • Eat fresh seafood in abundance in the village of El Golfo

Lanzarote airports

Arrecife Airport handles all flights to Lanzarote and is located in San Bartolome, Las Palmas. It manages hundreds of thousands of tourists every year from many European cities as well as internal flights to other Spanish Airports.

  • Arrecife Airport

    Top airlines

    Some of the major airlines serving this airport are Iberia, British Airways and American Airlines


    Arrecife Airport is approximately 3.1 miles (7kms) from the main city with plenty of hotels in close vicinity of the airport.

    Transport options

    There are three simple transportation options from the airport to reach the city. The bus will get you to the city within ten minutes. Buses are available at an approximate frequency of 25 minutes from early morning till late in the evening from both the terminals of the airport. If you prefer to drive yourself, car rentals will be available at both terminals to help get the vehicle of your choice. Taxis services are available round the clock for all incoming and outgoing passengers.

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