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LANZAROTE

Where is Lanzarote?

Lanzarote, the northernmost and furthest East of the Canary Islands archipelago and is in the Atlantic Ocean. Perhaps the most majestic of all the Canary Islands and been just under 100 miles from the west coast of Africa ensures year round sunshine and higher than average temperatures. Our nearest neighbour Fuerteventura is located only 12 kilometres (7 miles) away,  and just over a kilometre (0.62 miles) away lays the little island of La Graciosa

Whats the climate like?

Temperatures in Lanzarote very rarely reach below 16ºC (61ºF) in winter and 27ºC (80ºF) in summer.  Rain is rare commodity creating a dry arid climate with an average 16 days of rainfall annually,(if you are lucky) usually in the winter months between December and March.

more sun than you can shake a stick at

With over 2500 hours of sunshine a year. Southern Lanzarote basks in pretty much permanent sunny warm weather 360 days a year. Central Lanzarote has a more moderate climate and enjoys the cooling trade winds wooshing down from the mountains. Whilst Northern Lanzarote is a little more windswept and selfishly keeps most the rain, it is still an ideal climate for those wishing for a bit cooler area to reside.

Lanzarote Municipalities

The island is divided into seven regions

Places of Interest

There is lots of places to visit in Lanzarote and plenty of attractions to keep you busy. Check out our list of top ten places of interest and some of the most popular attractions to visit.

Traditional Lanzarote

Lanzarote, the northernmost and furthest East of the Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean. Perhaps the most majestic of all the Canary Islands, been just under 100 miles from the west coast of Africa ensures year round sunshine and higher than average temperatures. Our nearest neighbour Fuerteventura is located only 12 kilometres (7 miles) away,  and just over a kilometre (0.62 miles) away lays the little island of La Graciosa

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Wine Regions Lanzarote

The valley of La Geria is one of the most visited of all the wine regions found across Lanzarote. La Geria is the main wine-growing region on the island, occupying about 52 square kilometres and stretching along either side of the road from Masdache all the way up to Uga. The main vineyard was founded at the end of the 19th century by the famous Rijo family and is now currently run by the Melian family. You are bound to notice the unique grape cultivation method that is used here on Lanzarote that after many centuries has resulted in a very prosperous wine industry, renowned for outstanding wines, which can all be tasted and bottles purchased in an ever increasing number of local winegrowers bodegas that are spreading across the island.

VOLCANIC LANZAROTE

PLACES TO VISIT

The most awe inspiring views that beach dwellers always miss. Take a look below at some of the earths most creative works. The volcanic hidden gems of Lanzarote have to be viewed, especially at sunset with its abundance of deep red and orange colours set into Lanzarote’s own black canvas. It really is something to be marvelled.

Jameos del Agua

Mirador del Rio

Cueva de los Verdes

Timanfaya National Park

Famara & La Santa Surf's up!

If your into surfing, long boarding, wind surfing or any other water sport. La Santa and Famara are the places to visit. There are plenty of surf schools and equipment hire places that will go out of there way to get you prepared to ride your first wave.

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unspoilt panoramic ocean and mountain views

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