Tips and tricks to help you find cheap flights from Lanzarote to Tenerife South
Useful information about the flight from Lanzarote to Tenerife South
A volcanic Canary Island paradise
The most popular and largest of the Canary Islands, Tenerife is an island destination worth adding to your bucket list. With a typical island lifestyle, the inhabitants welcome tourists throughout the year to endless beaches and lazy sunsets.
Best time to travel and special events
For the most reliable weather, choose September. The peak season for the island is from January to April. During February and March, you're in for a treat with the Carnival in Santa Cruz and Puerto de la Cruz. Should you be there during the off-season, keep an eye out for the Dias de las islas Canarias on the 30th of May. On this day, you will be fortunate to experience music, dancing and festivals to celebrate this holiday. The 12th of October is the celebration of Día de la Hispanidad, which loosely translates to Columbus day.
Important information to know before travelling
Each portion of the island has something different to offer. The north of the island is known as the surfing hotspot and is colder and wetter than the south. also sets the perfect scene for hiking, with the effects of having a volcano evident in the flora and fauna. The island's south is the most popular with tourists. however. Featuring top resorts and beaches like Los Cristianos and Playa de las Americas, it's ideal for capturing those picture perfect postcard moments. Should you prefer peace and quiet, then the west coast is a better option.
Prices for accommodation, food and travel are very reasonable which leaves you with more cash to explore the island.
Local information: accommodation and travel
Accommodation is fairly reasonable on the island, with hostels and pension prices starting from about EUR 20 per person per night. Should you wish to bump your accommodation up to a three star, the price jump will be about EUR 35 per person per night. The food is rated as tasty island fare as well as mainstream continental dishes. Food prices are lower than in the UK.
Modes of transport on the island include public transport and taxis. Bus routes from Tenerife South Airport include buses 343, 350 and 111 to Los Cristianos and Playa de las Americas. Expect to pay anywhere from EUR 3, with the trip taking approximately 15 minutes. The same 15 minute trip in a taxi will cost around EUR 15 to EUR 20. Around the island, the options of taking buses or taxis are also available, with the bus service provided by a company called Titsa. When using taxis on the island, be aware of a minimum fare of around EUR 5 for 3km and thereafter EUR 1 per kilometre, which is cheaper than in Britain.