Flights to Lanzarote

Flying is the easiest and fastest way to travel to Lanzarote. The island has air connections with many Spanish cities and most of Europe. Check out our search engine, consult routes, compare, and find your ticket at the best price [read more].

Rent a car

Renting a car is the best option for exploring and seeing the island at your own pace. It is the only option if you don’t want to be tied down by timetables or predefined routes. Consult our search function, compare cars and rental companies, and choose your ideal car [read more].

Essential documents

What documents do I need to travel to Lanzarote? Do I need a visa? Is my ID enough? Resolve your doubts [read more].


What is the weather like on the island? Is it cold in the winter? Does it often rain? Could I go to the beach in January or February?


The official currency in Lanzarote is the Euro (€). There are cashpoints throughout the island. You can exchange money in banks and foreign exchange shops.


The official language in Lanzarote is Spanish, so you will have no issues talking to people if you can speak the language.

Electricity and plugs

The plug socket used in Lanzarote is the same as almost all of Western Europe – a Schuko plug with two cylindrical pins.

Time zone

The time zone in Lanzarote is GMT, the same as London. One hour behind mainland Spain.

How to get there

The most common way to get to Lanzarote is to fly, however, depending on where you are in the world, you may be able to travel by boat [read more].

How to get around

Rent a car or take buses and taxis? Take a look at the most common ways to get around the island and their pros and cons [read more].