Flying to Lanzarote

Oasis of calm

Tropical climate

24 degrees

4 hous and 30 minutes

Holidays to the sun often mean spending most of your time among hordes of other tourists, being almost blinded by the neon signs, and holding off pushy beach vendors. Weren't you planning to rest and revitalise during your holiday? Lanzarote proves that life at the beach can be different.

Places to visit in Lanzarote

Lanzarote is a volcanic island that over time has risen from the ocean, giving a unique hilly landscape with craters, volcanic cones and lava fields. It can sometimes feel like you're walking on a lunar landscape, an unworldly experience. That volcanic activity also makes the island a great diving destination, also for more experienced divers. The water is crystal clear, has a constant temperature and the biodiversity of marine life is amazing. Tourist brochures often sell Lanzarote as having an “authentic, one-of-a-kind atmosphere”, which you will surely experience. Artist and architect César Manrique has dedicated his life to preserving the island's original character. You won't find glittering billboards, most buildings have pristine white walls, and the people are just a little bit friendlier and down to earth.

Discover Lanzarote

Lanzarote is the northernmost island of the Canary Islands. This Spanish archipelago, situated in the Atlantic Ocean to the west of Morocco, earned its name from the Latin word for dog: ‘canis’. That's because large wild dogs used to roam here. But rest assured, they no longer do so. Lanzarote's character is now much more laid back, an oasis of rest and relaxation. This is also helped by the climate. It almost never rains and the average temperatures almost always stay between 20 and 25 degrees Celsius. That means plenty of sun, without the stifling heat.

Practical information for your trip to Lanzarote

  • In Spain you pay your way with euros

  • You don't need a travel adapter when you travel to Spain

  • The emergency number in Spain is the same as in the Netherlands: 112

  • The tap water in Spain is safe to drink, although you will notice it contains more chlorine than we're used to in the Netherlands

  • It is one hour earlier in Lanzarote than in the Netherlands

Pictures of Lanzarote

Papagayo beach in Lanzarote

Los Verdes caves in Lanzarote

Scenic road in Lanzarote

Flight tickets from Eindhoven to Lanzarote

You can fly from Eindhoven Airport directly to Lanzarote in Spain with Transavia and Ryanair

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