Lanzarote

getting to lanzarote

Travel Options

Flights to Lanzarote arrive at the Island's capital, Arrecife. There is a good choice of flights from a selection of UK regional airports. We do not tie you in to a package holiday with prearranged travel so you are free to choose flights from your closest airport using any charter, scheduled or low cost airline.

We always recommend booking your flights and hire car as soon as you have decided on your holiday accommodation. This will ensure that you find the lowest fares and a wider choice of flight times.

If you need to place a 'hold' on your chosen property whilst you are booking your flights we are more than happy to do this for you. We can book flights on your behalf if you would like us to, for this service we charge a fee of £30 for each return flight booked

Fly from:

  1. Belfast
  2. Bournmouth
  3. Birmingham
  4. Bristol
  5. Cardiff
  6. Cork
  7. East Midlands
  8. Edinburgh
  9. Exeter
  10. Gatwick
  11. Glasgow
  12. Heathrow
  13. Leeds Bradford
  14. Liverpool
  15. Luton
  16. Manchester
  17. Newcastle
  18. Norwich
  19. Southend
  20. Stansted

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Villages and towns in Lanzarote

Guatiza

Off the beaten tourist track, Guatiza is a traditional Canarian village. This is a place where you will feel immersed in everyday life; wandering around the sleepy streets you'll hear men chatting over coffee in the social club and children laughing in the school playground. A pizzeria and a popular roast chicken takeaway offer good eating options within walking distance and the well-stocked supermarket opens 7 days a week. On the outskirts of the village lies El Jardín de Cactus, a large cactus garden designed by the island’s most famous son, Cesar Manrique. From Guatiza you have easy access to the historic capital of Teguise, the valley of 1000 palms in Haría and the beautiful, virgin sandy beaches just south of Órzola.

Tinajo

A quiet town with some impressive examples of Canarian architecture, Tinajo is centrally situated on the northern side of the island, just north of the Timanfaya National Park. Visitors to the park can enjoy a guided tour up and around the volcano in a jeep, tour bus or on the back of a camel! In the centre of Tinajo there is a supermarket, and various restaurants serving fresh fish and steak. The Sunday farmers’ market is popular and a good opportunity to stock up on locally sourced produce. The water sports centre of La Santa is just a short drive away, as is the surfers’ paradise of La Caleta Beach.

Tias

Tías is a buzzy working town just 10 minutes from the island’s capital Arrecife and the beaches around Puerto del Carmen. Conveniently situated in the centre of the island means that you are never more than a short drive from anywhere; whether that be the otherworldly lunar landscapes of the Timanfaya National Park, the intriguing La Geria wine growing region or the surfer’s paradise that is Famara.

Offering a wide range of bars and shops within walking distance, eating options in Tías are numerous and varied with everything from gastro-tapas to pizzas and grills and even an Arepera, a popular and friendly bar serving Colombian cuisine. You get a real taste for island life here and with everything you need close to hand as well as being ideally located to explore the island; Tías has it all.   

Puerto Calero

Puerto Calero is an oasis of peace and quiet on Lanzarote’s south coast. The marina has earned a reputation as one of the world’s top sailing destinations while retaining a characteristic village – type atmosphere in a naturally sheltered inlet. The landscaped gardens, modern design and tranquil setting makes for the perfect place to relax and enjoy time watching the world go by. The marina is home to an impressive selection of restaurants, designer shops and leisure facilities including sea fishing, scuba diving and sailing and is a convenient 15 minutes’ drive from the international airport.

Las Breñas

Just a 20-minute drive from the stunning unspoilt beaches of Papagayo, Las Breñas is an easy-going rural village that enjoys impressive views stretching out across the surrounding countryside towards the sea. Whilst offering an idyllic base from which to explore the island, you will find two restaurants and a well-stocked mini market as well as a small church, a children’s playground and a public sports pitch. Nearby Yaiza is one of the island’s prettiest towns whilst heading west will bring you out at El Golfo, renowned for its array of excellent restaurants serving fresh fish and seafood with stunning coastal views.  

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