Booking your tickets to Lanzarote is the first step to reserving your sun lounger for lazy days spent relaxing. They don’t call it the island of eternal spring for nothing. Lanzarote laps up the sun all year round, with temperatures hitting that Goldilocks sweet-spot – not too hot, not too cold – pretty much every day. But it’s a land of colourful wonders too, from the still-simmering little volcanoes, to the warm azure seas flitting with vivid fish. There are houses made from lava, and fiery fiestas to light up your evenings. Day or night, you can count on Lanzarote to leave you with plenty of warm glows, and you're sure to find cheap tickets to Lanzarote. So why not book your flights to Lanzarote today.
Lanzarote’s all-year summer removes any idea of a normal summer peak season. December or January can be busiest here, when Europe shivers as Lanzarote basks in warmth. July and August are busy too, though, especially around festival time. But spring’s mild weather, emptier beaches and partying streets (when the Carnival comes to town) might be your ideal mix. If you want cheap flights to Lanzarote try booking early, some 8 months before you travel. And great Lanzarote flight deals can be had in the winter, if you wait until 8 weeks before your trip.
Aer Lingus and Ryanair have sewn up the market for those travelling from Dublin to Lanzarote. They both offer direct and cheap flights to Lanzarote that take around 4 hours, and for similar prices. Iberia offers connecting flights via Madrid, which can take as little as 6 hours. There’s a similar setup in Cork – only Ryanair and Aer Lingus fly south – except you might shave a few minutes off your journey to the sun.
Lanzarote Airport (ACE) lies between Puerto del Carmen, the largest beach resort, and the capital Arrecife. So if you’re looking to book flights to Lanzarote just for lashings of sun, sea and sand, then you’ll be just a five-minute taxi ride from your sunlit paradise. But if you’re going further afield, the half-hourly airport bus will whisk you to places like Playa Honda, for only one euro. If you’re booked into one of Playa Blanca’s plush little villas, you’ll need to hail a cab. €30 should be enough to get you to your place in the sun.
Bath-warm seas and soft golden sands are ready made for laidback sunning on Lanzarote. But this playful volcanic island has more than a few thrills up its sleeve, too. It shows its fiery side at the Montañas del Fuego, where molten rock is still cooling from a 200-year-old eruption. For something a little more chill, the white-washed artistic stylings of Fundación César Manrique’s caves are truly magical. Surfers will be paddling gleefully to the tubes curling off of Caleta de Famara, while the submarine wonders near Playa Blanca get thumbs up from snorkelers and scuba-divers alike.
Aer Lingus, Ryanair, British Airways, Iberia, Air France, KLM
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