Favourite airline: e.g. easyJet, Jet2.com
6 % of flights on the route London – Lanzarote are booked with easyJet.
easyJet
6 %
Jet2.com
6 %
Ryanair
5 %
Tip: book 8 weeks before departure
Save up to 27 % by booking flights 8 weeks before departure.
55 days before departure
Cheapest weekday: Monday
The cheapest day of departure is Monday. You can save up to 45 % when you fly on this day of the week.
Direct flights are cheaper
Direct flights on this route are £72.00 cheaper on average than flights with a stopover.
non stop flight
1 stop
2 stops
04h 15min
15h 25min
22h 05min
£73
£173
£145
The favourite connection is non-stop
Direct flights are especially popular on this route. 30 % of travellers will book a non-stop flight.
Route
bookings
Direct flights
04h 15min, from £73
30 %
1 stopover Barcelona El Prat
15h 25min, from £173
18 %
1 stopover Dublin
14h 10min, from £276
17 %
Return from £73.00
A return flight costing only £73.00 is for example available departing on 16/11/19 and returning on 25/11/19.

£73
Cheap
£62
Expensive
£305

Sunny Island Getaway

Lanzarote is an island at the eastern end of the Canary Island chain.  Located approximately 125 km off the African Atlantic coast, and 1,000 km from Spain, it is a highly popular tourist destination, particularly for European travellers. Its neighbours include other famous sun destinations such as Fuerteventura and Tenerife and the local economy relies chiefly on tourism for revenue, making this industry the focus of island government. The island is famed for its nightlife, particularly during the summer months. A variety of resorts are available to stay at, as well as rentals in more remote areas, for those seeking some peace and quiet to go with the beautiful sunny climate.

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Best Lanzarote weather and events

Lanzarote lies near the equator and tends to be sunny year-round, with average highs of 29.1°C in August. During the colder winter months of December and January this tends to drop to approximately 20°C. Due to the islands relatively small size and low profile, it is exposed to the winds of the Atlantic. These tend to pick up during July as a result of the higher temperatures. The most popular times to travel are May to August, though many take the opportunity to soak up some winter sun by visiting in December or January. At the end of August a two week celebration of Lanzarote's patron saint, the Fiesta de San Gines, is held, while for those visiting during the spring time, Carnival is held on the island in February with a variety of parades to see.

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Lanzarote information before you travel

Due to the island's Duty Free status, Lanzarote offers consumers the opportunity to indulge in luxury items such as perfumes and high-end alcohol at lower prices than in the UK. Food and drink is also generally less expensive, with fixed menu options available in many restaurants starting from approximately EUR 10. If you wish to get out of the tourist centres and see the islands landscape and smaller villages, car rental is available on the island and is by far the most convenient option.

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Getting around Lanzarote

Lanzarote offers over 26km of sandy coastline from which to enjoy the water and sun. If you wish to enjoy some of its landscape, the mountains of Famara, Ajaches and Peñas del Chache all exceed 600m in elevation and offer beautiful views. Local dishes include mojo and papas arrugadas (potatoes and sauce), which is usually eaten with fish.

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