How to find cheap flights to Lanzarote
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Cheap flights to Lanzarote from Ben Gurion Airport arrive at Lanzarote Airport (ACE), which serves the island of Lanzarote in the Canary Islands. To reach Arrecife, the main city on Lanzarote island, you can take bus line 22. It has stops in both terminals, 1 and 2. The bus departs every 25 minutes, and the duration of the ride is 10 minutes. Line 22 operates only on weekdays. Bus 23 operates on weekends and holidays and connects the airport to the capital and Playa-Honda every 50 minutes. The fare is always €1.40. There are several car rental options, compare prices on Skyscanner Car Rental.
When to go to Lanzarote?
Have you found cheap flights to Lanzarote? You’d love the weather! With only 19 days of rain an average year, it’s always a good time to go to Lanzarote. The summer months are naturally the busiest with 28-29 degrees in July and August. However, May-June and September-October are also warm, 25-29 degrees. January and February are the “coldest” months with an average of 21 degrees and three days of rain per month.
What to see and do in Lanzarote?
Lanzarote offers something to any travelers: its sandy beaches stunning resorts make a perfect vacation for the whole family. Thrill seekers will adore the alien landscapes, mysterious caves, and windswept northern coast. With an average of 13 hours of sunshine a day in the summer months, Papagayo beach is the favorite for a warm retreat under the sky.
When you are searching for activities outside the typical resort, go to the coastline on the northwest of the island, such as at Famara, where you can hang-glide, surf and windsurf. In the northwest you will find the historic capital Teguise; it offers more laid-back pleasures which may be more reminiscent of mainland Spain.
You can’t visit the island without seeing the vineyards, such as the island’s oldest El Grifo, that produce the island’s distinctive sweet dessert wines. They produce wine on the black volcanic earth for over 200 years.
Lanzarote is recognized as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve - is best seen in the work of the late environmentalist César Manrique and the sights at the Timanfaya National Park, which is a home to Lanzarote’s biggest “Fire Mountain” - the active Islote de Hilario volcano.
Over 2 million people choose to spend their vacation on this island. After you have booked cheap tickets to Lanzarote, it’s time to take care of affordable accommodations. We have a solution for that too, compare prices on Skyscanner Hotels.
This information is correct as of November 2017
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