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Popular holiday rental amenities in Lanzarote
Accommodation options can be filtered based on the amenities they offer. Above, you will find the total number of properties that offer a specific amenity in Isla de Lanzarote. Isla de Lanzarote is the right destination to book a rental if you can't imagine a holiday without internet or you want to tune out with some TV time, as the most frequently offered amenities are internet and TVs. You can even look for lettings if you travel with your pet (1,178 rentals include pets allowed in Isla de Lanzarote) or you want a letting with a fireplace (611 rentals with fireplaces).
Price and Availability Index for Lanzarote
Holiday Letting Price Information in Lanzarote
We analysed price data and summarised them in this graph, which shows holiday letting prices for the next twelve months in Lanzarote. Prices during one week in July (23/07 - 30/07) go up to £198 per night, which is the highest average price in the next 12 months. Opt for a getaway in October (23/10 - 30/10) for optimal savings when heading to Isla de Lanzarote.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Lanzarote
Have a look at the above graph to see the availability of holiday rentals in Lanzarote. The week with the lowest percentage of available properties is in August (07/08 - 14/08). The week with the highest percentage of available lettings is in December (04/12 - 11/12).
The Weather in Lanzarote
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Above are the weather conditions for Isla de Lanzarote. This year, August will have the highest average temperatures. February is the coolest month, with the average minimum temperature falling to 14°. The rainiest month is November, while the driest month is June.
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Accommodation options for your holiday in Lanzarote
In Isla de Lanzarote, apartment rentals are the most typical holiday accommodation type. The average cost of this specific accommodation type is £80 per night, with an average area of 63 m². Moreover, these holiday properties are ideal for medium-sized groups and families, as most can accommodate 4 guests. House rentals are the other most common type of accommodation in Isla de Lanzarote. Our analysis reveals that the standard price of house rentals is £175 a night for an area of 138 m².
Feel at home on this gorgeous island with your perfect holiday villa or apartment
Lanzarote is one of the Canary Islands, located off the west coast of Morocco. This Spanish island is characterized by its unique, volcanic landscapes and renowned for its golden beaches, volcanic landscape, and bustling towns.. There are also numerous Blue Flag beaches in Lanzarote. The volcanoes and beaches, as well as its fantastic climate, are the foremost attractions for visitors who wish to rent holiday villas here.
With its beautifully whitewashed capital of Arrecife, the island does not only serve as a tranquil retreat, but also as an exciting multicultural hub. Indeed, with spectacular nature and an inviting culture, this spot in the Atlantic Ocean is amongst the most diverse and stunning locations in Europe.
By renting a Lanzarote holiday villa or apartment, you can enjoy comfort and privacy as you experience the best the island has to offer.
How to get to Isla de Lanzarote?
How to get to Lanzarote
You can arrive in Lanzarote by air or sea. If you are travelling to Lanzarote by plane, you will arrive at Lanzarote Airport, which is located under 7 km from the capital city of Arrecife. Fortunately, your Lanzarote holiday letting should be easy to get to via public transport from the airport. Buses, coaches and taxis are all available to get you to your destination. It's also easy to rent a car at the airport, for a quick and comfortable journey.
You can also get to Lanzarote with the ferry, which departs from mainland Spain or other islands within the Canary Island Archipelago. Most arrive at the Arrecife ferry terminal. Travelling by ferry also gives you the option of bringing your car to explore this great island.
However you arrive in this beautiful destination, renting your own villa or apartment gives you the comfort and flexibility you need to get the most out of your holiday in Lanzarote.
Where to find the best food in Lanzarote?
What to eat in Lanzarote
The Canary Islands have delicious cuisine, based around fresh local produce including vegetables, seafood and meat. Lanzarote itself has a number of dishes that are specific to the island and that should be sampled during your holiday. Choose from a variety of traditional restaurants throughout the island to sample the mouth-watering culinary offerings, which are heavily influenced by Spanish and African flavours. When it comes to choosing where to eat, a good tip is to look for where locals are dining.
Lanzarote also hosts a number of international restaurants and cafés, especially in Arrecife. From Moroccan to Italian, this island caters to all culinary wishes.
Of course, with a fully-equipped Lanzarote holiday letting, you always have the option to dine at home. After long day of exploring, this may be just what you want. Pick up some fresh ingredients at one of the island's numerous markets or its many modern supermarkets, head back to your comfortable holiday villa, and try your hand at making some of your favourite local dishes.
With a Lanzarote holiday letting, you get true flexibility and comfort, so that you can enjoy an unforgettable island escape.
What is the weather like in Lanzarote?
Weather in Lanzarote
The Canary Islands are world-renowned for their glorious climate. It seems as though the sun is always shining in Lanzarote, something that this location uses to its advantage. The island boasts a number of hiking trails, such as across the Caldera Blanca, a volcanic peak offering incredible views over the island.
You can also visit the north coast of the island and La Graciosa, a place best explored on foot. In clear weather, marvel at the amazing panoramic view from here, which takes in beaches and geographical formations.
There are many other ways to enjoy the island’s climate! Many holiday villas in Lanzarote have private pools, perfect for relaxing and soaking up the sunshine. You can also walk along its beaches and charming city streets, or explore its waters by snorkelling or diving.
Whatever you choose to do, you can rely on fantastic warm weather and sunshine. Renting your own Lanzarote holiday letting is a great idea, so that you have a comfortable place for siestas between adventures.
What are the top sights in Lanzarote?
Lanzarote's top sights
Lanzarote is the closest you’ll get to Atlantis. Locals believe it was a part of the mythical lost city, but there's more to the paradise island than legends. Be ready to be spellbound by the lunar-like landscape created by over 300 volcanic peaks, and the underground lakes and caves. Don't forget the golden beaches here! It’s no wonder holiday lettings in Lanzarote are always in demand.
Lanzarote is rich in gorgeous beaches, ideal for lounging on and working on your tan. Enjoy a true Canary Island beach experience by visiting Playa Blanca, meaning 'white beach', which is a town set directly alongside beautiful coastline. Rent a holiday villa or apartment here, and you can savour the sun and the ocean all day long.
The island's unique volcanic landscape can be witnessed at Timanfaya National Park. This moon-like region of the island can be explored on foot or with a guided tour. The Cueva de los Verdes, a tunnel formed by lava, is another volcanic structure and a majestic sight to behold. Take a guided walking tour that leads you through its network of subterranean volcanic passages.
If you wish to get up close and personal with the local wildlife, then visit the Guinate Tropical Park and Penguin Paradise, a large animal park filled with a variety of exotic species.
What are the best activities for families in Lanzarote?
Lanzarote Family Holidays
There are many adventurous and fun activities to enjoy with the kids in Lanzarote. Little ones will love the Rancho Texas Lanzarote Park, where they can see sea lion shows and exotic birds and animals. You can also go on pony rides, enjoy lassoing displays by cowboys, or explore the replica gold mine.
For some aquatic fun, the Lanzarote Aquarium is another fascinating place for children, with its underwater shark tunnel, touch tanks, and diverse marine creatures. Aquapark Costa Teguise’s thrilling water slides will have you screaming out in sheer excitement. Let your inner child out at Aqualava Water Park as you explore the various water-themed attractions, including the wave pool, lazy river, and five water slides.
Lanzarote is a treasure trove of breathtaking beaches that are perfect for splashing around with your kids or making sand castles together. Papagayo Beach has the right ambience to lay back and sunbathe, while your children hunt for seashells. The combination of waves and wind at Famara Beach are ideal for a family surfing adventure, whether you're a beginner or experienced.
Lanzarote is a great place to experience the beauty of the island's volcanic cave systems. You're in for a riveting time when you explore Jameos del Agua’s volcanic caverns, tunnels, and underground salt lake. Nearby, the Cueva De Los Verdes is another subterranean system of colourful caves you can explore with a guided tour.
Where are the unique attractions in Lanzarote?
What part of Lanzarote to visit
With luxury villas in Lanzarote, you can catch some sun, sea, and sand on the island's many beautiful beaches. Additionally, the dramatic volcanoes that dominate Lanzarote’s skyline provide for amazing views and excursions.
Playa Blanca The Playa Blanca resort includes some of Lanzarote’s best beaches. Visitors can soak up the sun at Playa Dorada, which is famous for its golden sand. Pedalo boats and banana boats are available for rent, in case you want to have a nautical adventure on the water.
Timanfaya National Park The Timanfaya National Park centres around Lanzarote’s Islote de Hilario volcano. The park provides the perfect opportunity to explore Lanzarote’s volcanic landscapes, and the fauna and flora which thrive in this rare ecosystem. Enjoy a guided bus tour, or stop off at the park’s visitor center, where you will find a restaurant that uses the volcano’s geothermal heat to roast its chickens!
Los Jameos del Agua The Los Jameos del Agua Cave is also volcanic in nature. The cave houses an auditorium that stages live concerts, as well as an underground lake by the shores of which you will find a bar. Further attractions include a tropical garden and turquoise lake, both located near the cave. Visitors will also enjoy the Volcano Museum.
El Reducto Beach Lanzarote’s El Reducto Beach is located along the scenic Arrecife Promenade. This Blue Flag beach with sparkling golden sands is dotted with coconut palms. It is the perfect spot to build sandcastles, sunbathe, and swim.
What are the must-see attractions in Lanzarote?
The charms of Lanzarote
Timanfaya National Park
Situated in the south-western part of the island, this National Park can be visited as part of a guided tour. Enjoy incredible views over the volcanic landscape, which has an otherworldly quality.
Fundacion Cesar Manrique
The former home of artist Cesar Manrique is now a museum. It was built on five volcanic bubbles that were made into rooms, whilst the original furnishings and artworks are on display.
Rancho Texas Lanzarote Park
A great family attraction, this animal park gives visitors the chance to interact with numerous animal species, including dolphins and sea lions.
Located in the south of the island, close to Playa Blanca, this marina is a leisure and water sports hub, offering great shopping, dining, sailing and diving opportunities.
Playa de Papagayo
With its clean white sand and calm waters, Papagayo Beach is one of the most popular beaches in southern Lanzarote and is perfect for swimming and snorkelling with the kids.
Luxury holidays in Lanzarote
Book a luxurious seaside holiday villa, stay in a traditional village house or even sleep in a luxury yurt, and bask in the unique surroundings of Lanzarote. You can explore the island’s volcanic landscapes, hike mountains, enjoy water sports and come home to relax in an oceanfront luxury villa boasting all the comforts you could wish for.
Playa Blanca Pick a luxury holiday villa right on the beach. Explore horseshoe coves, eat and drink in the beach tavernas and check out the cosmopolitan marina.
Puerto del Carmen Discover the historic old town, windsurf in Playa Pocillos and scuba dive in the clear waters of Playa Chica.
Costa Teguise Add fun family recreation to your luxury holiday. Learn windsurfing, play golf and visit the water park.
How much does it cost to rent a holiday home in Lanzarote?
The average nightly price for a holiday home in Lanzarote is £34.
How many holiday homes are available to book in Lanzarote?
There are currently 16,668 holiday homes from 41 different providers on offer in Lanzarote.
Am I allowed to bring my pet when staying in a Lanzarote holiday home?
Yes, there are 1,503 holiday homes in Lanzarote that allow pets, with an average price of £133 per night.
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