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Holidays To Lanzarote

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One of the gorgeous Canary Islands Lanzarote offers you fabulous beaches, water sports, arts and culture. You can experience this wonderful island paradise with all-inclusive holidays to Lanzarote from Travel Center. Fine white and black sand beaches, crystal-clear waters and golden sunshine will soon have you relaxed and happy. The calm waters of Lanzarote make the beaches child-friendly. Enjoy child-friendly glass bottomed boat excursions. Spend the day with kids at any one of the fun theme parks and aquarium. Set sail on a luxury yacht,, swim in the ocean and go diving. Or you can laze the day away under sunny skies. Golfers tee-off at world class greens. For Maximum enjoyment of the islands natural beauty you can book a camel safari, submarine tour or go trekking. Do try the Volcano Grill tour covering Timanfaya National Park (volcanic park) and admire the spectacular lunar landscapes and later enjoy a barbeque amidst the setting sun. Visit Playa Blanca Market for the gorgeous marina, designer boutiques and local handicraft stores. Pamper yourself at the spas and wellness centres of Lanzarote which are geared for maximum pleasure. Dine on fresh-seafood and dance the nights away at lively bars and cafes. Book all-inclusive holidays to Lanzarote from Travel Center we include cheap flights, affordable accommodation and flexible booking options. Enjoy an island adventure-Enjoy Lanzarote!


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Time Zone

UTC+00:00 hours

Airlines Flying

British Airways, Thomas Cook Airlines, Monarch, Ryanair, EasyJet



Best Time to Travel

August to September

Modes of Transport

Bus, Taxi, Car

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 1.36 EUR

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Cueva de los Verdes

Cueva de los Verdes is a yawning, 1km-long chasm, the most spectacular segment of an 8km-long lava tube created by a prehistoric eruption. As the lava ploughed towards the sea, its top layers cooled and formed a roof, beneath which the liquid continued to slither until the eruption exhausted itself.

Museo Internacional de Arte Contemporáneo

Converted in 1994 by the Fundación César Manrique into a fine contemporary art museum, the Castillo de San José was built in the 18th century to deal with pirates and provide unemployed locals with a public-works job scheme. Today, it houses an important collection of modern art in the Canaries.

Museo de la Piratería

This fascinating museum is located in the imposing 16th-century Castillo de Santa Bárbara. This is the oldest castle in the Canaries and really looks the part, perched up on Guanapay peak with sweeping views across the plains. The exhibits detail the numerous attacks Lanzarote suffered at the hands of pirates.

Parque Nacional de Timanfaya

The Montañas del Fuego (Literally translated to “Mountains of Fire”), at the heart of this eerie 51-sq-km park, are appropriately named. When you reach the lookout at a rise known as the Islote de Hilario, grab some pebbles and see just how long you can hold them in your hands.

Fundación César Manrique

This impressive gallery was home to Manrique, who enjoys a posthumous status on the island akin to that of a mystical hero. He built his house, Taro de Tahiche, into the lava fields just outside the town. The subterranean rooms are actually huge air bubbles left behind by flowing lava.


Carved into the rock face, with fanciful chimneys, cupolas, miradors and winding staircases, this gallery, museum, restaurant, and bar has a New Mexico meets Morocco look. Regular exhibitions are held, while a small museum recounts the interesting history of the building. A lot of myth and legend surrounds the house.

Jameos del Agua

The first cavern you reach at Jameos del Agua resembles the nave of a vast marine basilica. Molten lava seethed through here en route to the sea, but in this particular case the ocean leaked in a bit, forming the startlingly beautiful azure lake at the heart of the Jameos.

Casa Museo César Manrique

This palm-fringed property was the final home of the island's favourite son and has been opened as a museum-cum-shrine. The house is frozen in time, complete with Manrique's clothes in the closet and personal art collection adorning the walls. The decor is fairly modest when compared to his former home.

Museo del Vino El Grifo

This is the oldest winery in the Canary Islands, founded in 1775. There's an interesting museum showcasing old winemaking equipment. Most is from the 19th and 20th centuries, though there are some older pieces. Probably of greater interest is the tasting room where you can sample a range of wines.

Mirador del Río

The Spanish armed forces set up gun batteries in the late 19th century at a strategic site overlooking the strait separating Lanzarote from Isla Graciosa. In 1973, the ubiquitous César Manrique left his mark, converting the gun emplacement into a lookout point. There are great views of the lava flows.