Lanzarote Holidays 2020/2021

All Inclusive Lanzarote holidays offer a classic beach destination. Since the seventies sun-seekers have been stretching out on the island's striking volcanic sands and basking in the year-round sizzling sunshine.

Lanzarote Holiday Deals 2020/2021

Los Zocos Club Resort

Costa Teguise, Lanzarote, Canary Islands, Spain

(3322)

7 Nights

27th Feb 2020

All Inclusive

Birmingham - Direct

Based On 1 Bedroom Apartment

TUI100 Code Applied -£100

Price from £418pp£755pp

£337 saving

Lanzarote Village

Puerto Del Carmen, Lanzarote, Canary Islands, Spain

(1963)

7 Nights

1st Jun 2020

Half Board

Manchester - Direct

Based On Twin Room

TUI200 Code Applied -£200

Price from £432pp£589pp

£157 saving

Cay Beach Sun Apartments

Playa Blanca, Lanzarote, Canary Islands, Spain

(1722)

7 Nights

11th May 2020

All Inclusive

London Gatwick - Direct

Based On 1 Bedroom Apartment

TUI200 Code Applied -£200

Price from £413pp£558pp

£145 saving

A year-round holiday hotspot

Lanzarote is the most north eastern of the Canary Island archipelago, located just 100 miles off the coast of Africa. Whilst its location makes it a hot holiday hotspot all year round, the culture is distinctly Mediterranean thanks to the island’s strong Spanish influence.

The weather is reliable with predictably warm temperatures and low rainfall no matter when you decide to take a break. Lanzarote holiday destinations remain some of the most popular in Europe, and although it’s not as lively as sister islands Gran Canaria and Tenerife, here you’ll find the perfect balance of laid-back beach break and activity-filled fun in the sun.

Whether you’re young or old, travelling as a family, as a couple of even solo, and looking for relaxation or excitement, Lanzarote has developed something for everyone over the years. Don’t worry though, unlike the skyline of many well-established holiday destinations the only high-rise you’ll find here are the spectacular mountains that soar towards the cloudless sky.


Currency: Euro

Language: Spanish

Time Difference: GMT +1

Population: 139,000

Religion: Roman Catholic

Resorts

Playa De Los Pocillos

On the east coast of Lanzarote, sandwiched between the lively Puerto del Carmen and the laid-back Matagorda, Playa de los Pocillos offers a quiet, family-friendly resort with all of Lanzarote within reach. The wonderful beach and array of low-key amenities makes Playa de los Pocillos a safe choice for those wishing to avoid the bustle of Puerto del Carmen while still enjoying the beachside fun that this island is famous for.

Puerto Calero

By far the most common word you'll find associated with Puerto Calero is 'luxury'. Now boasting one of the most modern and impressive marinas in the world, Puerto Calero is Lanzarote's destination of choice for those who enjoy some of the finer things in life. You can expect some excellent restaurants and bars overlooking the marina, and if you decide to stay the night, its two hotels are among the best in Lanzarote.

Puerto Del Carmen

Puerto del Carmen, with good reason, is the main resort on the island of Lanzarote. If you're looking for a good old-fashioned British holiday with all the amenities and activities you could possibly want, then this busy, charming town will probably be at the top of your list.

Costa Teguise

If excellent food, watersports and clear blue lagoons are your thing, holidays to Lanzarote's Costa Teguise have it all. Situated on the south-eastern coast of Lanzarote, this town is literally made for holidaymakers – as it was purpose-built to accommodate tourists in the 1970s.

Matagorda

Matagorda, along with its neighbour and sibling Playa de los Pocillos, was born of the tourist boom enjoyed by Puerto del Carmen in the 1990s, but has since developed a character and charm all of its own. Matagorda has everything you're likely to need during the majority of your holidays to Lanzarote. Whether you're aiming for cheap trips or All Inclusive Lanzarote hotels, there's a place for you. And if it's just quiet, relaxing days and nights you're looking for, Matagorda is the place for you.

Playa Blanca

Translated literally as 'white beach', Playa Blanca is the southernmost resort for holidays to Lanzarote and the second most popular after Puerto del Carmen. Known for its beaches, harbour and its proximity to the best of Lanzarote's natural landscapes, this resort offers an enviable level of choice when it comes to accommodation and evenings out.

Location

Map showing the location of Lanzarote View Lanzarote on the map

From golden beaches to silver mountain peaks

The island’s volcanic beaches are its main draw with a grand total of 99 stretches of sand to flop down on, from long sweeping bays to small secluded coves surrounded by dramatic rugged cliffs and mountains.

If you pictured paradise without black sand, don’t fret because the resort of Playa Blanca is literally named after its soft, white shores. Elsewhere on the island tons of the golden stuff have been shipped over especially from the Sahara Desert just so you have somewhere to lay down your trusty beach towel. Now after all of that effort it would be rude not to catch at least a few days of rays, right?

Natural wonders

Lanzarote’s lunar-like inner landscape has been recognised as a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve since 1993, protecting it from both development and destruction. Its silver mountain peaks and black rock formations look like something from another world, and the fascinating Timanfaya National Park are known as “Fire Mountains” owing to the hundred or so volcanic craters scattered across the land.

It’s a fabulous place to go trekking or, if you’re feeling worn out after all that sunbathing, opt for a camel ride across this spectacular land instead. In the north is La Cueva de los Verdes – a series of underground grottos just waiting to be explored – or for something a little tamer, the sun-soaked Cactus Garden a little further out is a lovely place for a wander.

Plenty of family friendly activities

Family activities are aplenty with holidays in Lanzarote, so there’s no chance of the kids complaining that they’re bored.

The Lanzarote Aquarium in Costa Teguise is the biggest aquarium in the Canaries, whereas the Guinate Tropical Park in the north is home to exotic birds, reptiles, fish and flowing waterfalls. For something a little different don your cowboy hat and yee-ha your way to the Wild West themed Rancho Texas theme park with its Indian Village and Nature Park, full of animals such as crocodiles, armadillos, turtles and birds of prey.

Varied nightlife

Whilst it can be considered nowhere near as rowdy as the island of Tenerife, Lanzarote can still provide a lively Canary Island night out in its own style.

Though there aren’t an abundance of nightclubs in any resort, there are many opportunities to find some live music or a disco at bars in Playa Del Carmen. Playa Blanca on the south coast is also a fine nightspot with bars located in and around the resort’s commercial centres while Costa Teguise is home to a number of smaller bars and pubs; perfect for a sociable evening spent in calm surroundings.

Even if you’re travelling in the low season in search of the cheapest trips to Lanzarote, you can be sure there’ll still be plenty to enjoy.

Spanish and Canarian food

Many restaurants across the island provide hospitable atmospheres for their guests, luring you into staying and enjoying another glass of wine under the stars.

Most resorts present fantastic ocean facing restaurants which make for ideal locations to enjoy romantic meals. You won’t have to search too far to find a promenade full of shops, bars and restaurants in Lanzarote with much of the food on offer freshly caught in the Atlantic Ocean.

The dining specialities to be enjoyed on this island are based on the Spanish and Canarian roots. As well as a great number of seafood restaurants, you’ll find tapas bars, Island dishes as well as the comforting British pubs.

Brands, boutiques and bazaars

Like the rest of the Canary Islands, holidays to Lanzarote enjoy Duty Free tax on products such as perfume, tobacco and alcohol, but be careful not to overload your suitcase on your return to the UK as there is now strict regulations in place.

Many resorts on the island have commercial centres where you can find designer brands and electronics while nearly all resorts are home to a number of smaller boutiques offering unique products for you to take home.

Check out the local markets which are held weekly in many locations for the chance to find original trinkets or handmade crafts among other things. Make sure to stand firm when bartering though as the majority of stall owners will expect a good haggle.