Top 10 All-Inclusive hotels in Lanzarote - MAKESPAIN (2022)

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All-Inclusive hotels in Lanzarote

Planning the perfect no-hassle trip to the island of Lanzarote? Check out our expert’s top 10 all-Inclusive hotels in Lanzarote.

Lanzarote is an amazing volcanic island with otherworldly landscapes, amazing beaches, and a unique laid-back vibe all of its own.

There is a ton of great hotels on the island, but which is the best for the perfect no-hassle get-away? That is the question we will answer in this article and take all the guesswork out of planning the ideal laid-back vacation. In this list, you will find our top recommendations for all-inclusive hotels in the 3 main tourist areas on the island: Costa Teguise, Playa Blanca, and Puerto del Carmen.

The prices of all-inclusive hotels in Lanzarote shown are based on double room, the price for 2 in an all-inclusive regime. They are meant to be an indication on price to guide your search.

Our Top Pick

Grand Teguise Playa - 4 Stars

Overall Rating: 8.4

This hotel might not be suited for younger travelers, but it deserves a place on our list.

Thr Barceló Teguise Beach is located in Costa Teguise, 150 meters from Las Cucharas Beach. The hotel has a large outdoor pool surrounded by palm trees and Balinese beds. There is a poolside bar and a free fitness center and massage services are available at an additional cost.

There is also a wellness center that includes sensation showers, a Turkish bath, and a sauna.

The rooms are air-conditioned rooms and feature flat-screen TV with satellite channels, tea and coffee machines, and a balcony with outdoor furniture. Some rooms also feature a spa bath, so make sure to ask at the front desk.

Also, you can enjoy several different water sports like windsurfing and diving.

€199+

  • Rating: 8.4

  • Swimming pool

  • Spa

  • Beachfront

  • Bar

"We believe the Grand Teguise Playa has it all! Sea views, great beach nearby, excellent pools, restaurants and overall good value for money

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Barceló Teguise Beach - 4 Stars

Overall Rating: 8.8

The Gran Teguise playa is one of our favorite options in Costa Teguise. This all-inclusive hotel has direct access to Jablillo beach. We loved its spacious rooms, some with amazing ocean views.

Children love this hotel: it is a fantastic option for them to practice sports and more: a kids playground, pools, kid´s club, 2 tennis courts, a squash court, mini-golf and even a soccer field. Not bad at all!.

One of the best things about this hotel is its proximity (2 minutes walk) to El Jablillo beach, one of the best spots to enjoy snorkeling in Lanzarote. You will be able to book sports courses (scuba-diving, wind-surfing, or kite-surfing) next to the hotel.

This is a large size hotel, with over 300 rooms. When compared to other all-inclusive options in Costa Teguise, the Grand Teguise playa is slightly cheaper, partly because some of its rooms offer dated deco.

€195+

  • Rating: 8.8

  • Swimming pool

  • Beachfront

  • Sports facilities

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Meliá Salinas - 5 Stars

Overall Rating: 8.5

This beautiful hotel is surrounded by 2 white sand, several lagoon-shaped pools, and lush and colorful gardens. The hotel facilities feature décor inspired by the famous local artist César Manrique.

The hotel has 2 indoor and outdoor restaurants. In addition, show cooking and evening entertainment programs. The hotel also has a lounge bar that is open in the evening, a pool bar, and a beach bar.

There are also 3 tennis courts, a beauty center, and a wellness area with a sauna and hot tub, as well as direct access to the beach.

€280+

  • Rating: 8.5

  • Swimming pool

  • Beachfront

  • Sports facilities

  • Spa

Beatriz Costa & Spa - 4 Stars

Overall Rating: 7.7

This is one of the largest hotels in Costa Teguise. It boasts 20,000 square feet of beautiful gardens, 2 swimming-pools and 2 restaurants. It has a full day family friendly entertainment programme, and one of the most complete spa centres in the area of Costa Teguise.

The hotel is not in front of the sea and this, and having been opened in 1995, makes it a good value for money option for a hotel of this category on all-inclusive basis. The hotel restaurant serves traditional buffet style from around the world, with a specific thematic focus every night.

A good option, specially if you enjoy spas and do not mind not being right next to the beach

€160+

  • Rating: 7.7

  • Swimming pool

  • Bar

  • Spa

Occidental Lanzarote Mar - 4 Stars

Overall Rating: 7.9

The Occidental Lanzarote Playa is located in the Costa Teguise area, on the island of Lanzarote. It is located at walking distance from the “pueblo Pescador” district, full of bars and shops. It is a beachfront property and enjoys fantastic views of the sea and direct access to El Ancla cove. The hotel has several outdoor pools, lots of activities for children and there is a golf course just 4 km away.

The modern, air-conditioned rooms feature a flat-screen satellite TV, a small fridge, and a private bathroom with a hairdryer. Some also have a private terrace with sea views.

€160+

  • Rating: 7.9

  • Swimming pool

  • Bar

  • Beachfront

Best All Inclusive Hotels in Playa Blanca

Iberostar Selection Lanzarote Park - 5 Stars

Overall Rating: 8.9

Iberostar Selection Lanzarote Park is an amazing beachfront property, just a few steps from Playa Flamingo. The hotel offers impressive views of the Atlantic Ocean, which surrounds Lanzarote. Timanfaya National Park is 20 km from away and the Lanzarote Airport is just a 30-minute drive away.

The hotel features 4 outdoor swimming pools for adults and 3 for kids. You will find a full gym, a solarium with sun loungers, and, for an extra cost, a spa with a sauna, hammam, and a hot tub.

All rooms feature traditional Mediterranean decor, a private balcony, and flat-screen TV, but The Star Prestige rooms also come with free beach towels, bathrobe, slippers, and a Nespresso coffee machine.

€260+

  • Rating: 8.9

  • Swimming pool

  • Gym

  • Spa

  • Beachfront

H10 Lanzarote Princess - 4 Stars

Overall Rating: 8.9

The H10 Lanzarote Princess is one of the best options for families in Playa Blanca. This large hotel (over 400 rooms) boasts a fantastic location, very close to the Dorada beach and most shops and restaurants. Kids love the H10 Lanzarote princess: it has a pirate ship and a waterslide and kids and teen´s club. The rooms are very spacious and light. The all-inclusive package is very complete and the buffet restaurant is amongst the best in this category in Lanzarote.

€200+

  • Rating: 8.9

  • Swimming pool

  • Gardens

  • Beachfront

Relaxia Lanzasur Club - Aqualava Water Park - 3 Stars

Overall Rating: 7.9

The main highlight at the Lanzasur club is the fantastic water park which includes several large slides, a wave pool and a lazy river. This resort in Playa Blanca is mainly popular with families. It boasts very clean appartments and a complete entertainment programme. The buffet restaurant serves decent food and the snack bar located next to the pool is perfect for small bites. Playa Flamingo (excellent for snorkling and scuba diving) is a few minutes walk from the resort.

€185+

  • Rating: 7.9

  • Swimming pool

  • Water Park

  • Beachfront

H10 Rubicón Palace - 5 Stars

Overall Rating: 8

The H10 Rubicón Palace offers great value for money in the range of 5-star hotels (this does not mean it is cheap though!). It features several traditional white buildings set around a lagoon-style pool. The property is located in Playa Blanca, Lanzarote, and overlooks La Mulata Beach. The hotel is located very close to the amazing beaches of Papagayo (playa mujeres and others)

The resort has a spa and 10 restaurants and bars. The Despacio Spa is equipped with an indoor pool with hydromassage beds, Turkish baths, and a sauna. Not bad! You will also find a full gym and treatment rooms.

The hotel has several children’s clubs for children of different ages, with programmed entertainment, and the Daisy Adventure club, a mini water park with a pirate ship and water games.

All rooms at the H10 Rubicon Palace Hotel are spacious and bright. They have air conditioning and a flat-screen satellite TV. Beach towels can be rented from reception.

€230+

  • Rating: 8

  • Swimming pool

  • Gym

  • Spa

  • Beachfront

Sandos Papagayo - 4 Stars

Overall Rating: 8.4

This large hotel (almost 500 rooms) is located north of Playa Blanca and offers amazing views of the ocean and direct access to the beach. It boasts 3 pools (one of them heated), a spa and wellness center, tennis and soccer courts, and mini-golf. It offers a very complete entertainment program, which includes activities at the kids club.

You will be able to enjoy several bars and restaurants and walk from the hotel to the most amazing beaches in Lanzarote (playa Mujeres, Papagayo cave, or Playa del Pozo) On the negative side, the hotel is located a bit far from Playa Blanca commercial and leisure center (not a big issue though if you stay with all-inclusive basis)

€200+

  • Rating: 8.4

  • Swimming pool

  • Sports Facilities

  • Spa

  • Beachfront

Best all inclusive hotels in Puerto del Carmen - Costa Calero

Secrets Lanzarote Resort & Spa - 5 Stars

Overall Rating: 8.7

Another adults-only entry on the list, this time in the eastern part of costa Calero. This luxury property is located in Puerto Calero, 13 km from the Lanzarote Airport. It offers 4 heated outdoor pools, one exclusively for Preferred Club members, a free fitness center and sports facilities, and free Wi-Fi and parking.

The free sports facilities at the Secrets Lanzarote Resort & Spa include tennis, paddle tennis, volleyball, and squash courts. There is also a diving center on-site.

The Spa is top-notch and accessible at an additional cost. this area features several hot tubs, a steam room, and massage and treatment services.

€275+

  • Rating: 8.7

  • Swimming pool

  • Gym

  • Spa

  • Beachfront

Seaside Los Jameos - 4 Stars

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Overall Rating: 9

Seaside Los Jameso features typical Canarian-style decoration. The complex is located on Los Pocillos Beach and offers outdoor pools surrounded by palm trees, 4 tennis courts, a small Finnish spa with gym, bio-sauna and Turkish bath.

The spacious rooms are decorated with soft tones and light wood furniture. All feature air conditioning, a private balcony, and satellite TV.

The main restaurant has a wonderful covered terrace with a barbecue and theme nights. The Belingo Bar offers an entertainment program with live music and dancing.

Los Jameos offers daily activities for adults and children alike. The hotel has a miniature golf course and beach volleyball.

€175+

  • Rating: 9

  • Swimming pool

  • Bar

  • Spa

  • Beachfront

Costa Calero - 4 Stars

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Overall Rating: 8.4

Located in a quaint little town 5 km west of Puerto del Carmen, Costa Calero features 4 excellent outdoor pools and a spa with a sauna. The hotel is close to the beach and offers a free shuttle service daily. There is also an on-site diving center, and the Lanzarote Golf Club is around 15 minutes’ drive away.

All rooms at the Costa Calero are elegantly decorated and they all feature satellite TV, a balcony with sea views, and free wifi.

The hotel’s restaurant serves buffet breakfast and dinner. The menu includes a varied selection of Canarian dishes. There are also 3 bars, including one by the pool and another with live entertainment.

Just 300 meters from the hotel you will find Puerto Calero harbor and promenade, with bars and restaurants.

€138+

  • Rating: 8.4

  • Swimming pool

  • Bar

  • Spa

  • Beachfront

Hotel THB Flora - 3 Stars

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Overall Rating: 8.1

THB Flora is perhaps the most budget friendly option on the list. The hotel is gorgeous and is located in a quiet area of ​​Puerto del Carmen, just 800 meters from the beach and 500 meters from the shopping center.

the hotel is surrounded by lush tropical gardens and has 2 splendid swimming pools with a terrace, bar, day care, and a children’s playground.

The property also has pool tables and ping pong as well as a games room.

The comfortable apartments have a balcony, a kitchenette with a microwave, and a satellite TV, and most have views of the sea.

The hotel also has a small supermarket on the premises with any last-minute items you might need.

€64+

  • Rating: 8.1

  • Swimming pool

  • Bar

  • Gardens

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FAQs

What is the best area of Lanzarote to stay? ›

The most popular areas to stay in Lanzarote are the 3 main resorts: Playa Blanca, Puerto del Carmen and Costa Teguise.

Is Lanzarote still all inclusive? ›

Lanzarote is an established all inclusive holiday favourite, a trend continuing in 2024.

Where is the most lively place in Lanzarote? ›

Located on the southeast coast of Lanzarote, ten minutes drive by car from the island's airport, the town of Puerto del Carmen is by far the liveliest resort on the island. So if you come to Lanzarote for party and lively nightlife, you should book a hotel in Puerto del Carmen.

What is the largest resort in Lanzarote? ›

Puerto del Carmen is the Island's busiest and biggest resort. It is home to lots of bars, restaurants, cafes and nightspots. Two out of every three people who visit Lanzarote stay in one of the hotels and apartment complexes that fill the town.

Which is the prettiest part of Lanzarote? ›

Top 10 Most Beautiful Places to Visit in Lanzarote
  • Puerto Calero – an attractive cosmopolitan marina and a beautiful place to explore. ...
  • Timanfaya National Park – truly extraordinary landscapes and one of the best places to visit in Lanzarote. ...
  • El Mirador del Rio – an incredible vista and a wonderful Lanzarote beauty spot.
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What is the best month to visit Lanzarote? ›

Average monthly temperatures

For the highest temperatures the best time to visit Lanzarote is between June and September although the sub tropical climate offers sunshine throughout the year and winter months are equally popular with visitors.

What is the all-inclusive rules in Lanzarote? ›

At a most basic level, all inclusive will give you three meals a day, free soft drinks and free “local” drinks – that generally means non-brand spirits, wines and draft beers. Many places also limit the times at which you can enjoy the free drinks, so read up about what's actually offered before booking.

Is Lanzarote nicer than Tenerife? ›

Lanzarote is smaller, less busy, and a bit more peaceful than Tenerife, and is known for its volcanoes, lava fields, vineyards, and stunning beaches. The landscape is often compared to Mars, and its waters are excellent for surfing and scuba diving – that's why it's nickname the 'Hawaii of Europe'.

Are mosquitos a problem in Lanzarote? ›

Mosquitoes. We do have them, but not as many as most sunny countries – it's probably a lack of standing water that keeps them down. As always, they're busy at night, so spray or have a plug in bug killer in your room before going to sleep.

Which part of Lanzarote has the best beaches? ›

Located in the municipality of Puerto del Carmen, to the south of Lanzarote, Playa Grande is the most popular beach in the area, and it's true to its name (it means big beach): more than a kilometre of fine golden sand, perfect for sunbathing, strolling, or swimming in the calm sea.

Is Lanzarote hotter than Tenerife? ›

Lanzarote. Lanzarote tends to be the hottest and most arid of the Canaries, as it is closest to the Sahara desert and because it is one of the lowest lying islands.

Is Costa Teguise or Puerto del Carmen nicer? ›

Puerto del Carmen has the busiest vibe and that incredible long Strip. Costa Teguise has a more laid back, surfy feel, and feels more Spanish, as well as being more compact. Playa Blanca is quieter than either and feels a little more upmarket, but it's very spread out.

How many days do you need in Lanzarote? ›

How many days in Lanzarote is enough? Well, I'd say spend as much time here as you can but 4 days is the perfect amount of time to see all of Lanzarote's main sights and do a couple of fun activities.

Which is the windiest resort in Lanzarote? ›

Costa Teguise is generally windier

Costa Teguise sort of “Sticks out” from the island and catches more wind than the other two resorts.

Is Lanzarote better than Gran Canaria? ›

If you mean beach and sun, the long beaches of Gran Canaria may be what you are looking for; if, on the contrary, you prefer an island with a beach but also with many other plans to do, Lanzarote may be your ideal destination.

Which part of Lanzarote is warmest? ›

Playa Blanca enjoys more sunshine and higher temperatures than the rest of the island, which is why it has become such as popular tourist hotspot.

What is the hottest month in Lanzarote? ›

August is the hottest month but also the busiest time on the island.

What is the coldest month in Lanzarote? ›

Canary Islands, annual weather averages

August is the hottest month in Lanzarote with an average temperature of 25°C (77°F) and the coldest is January at 17°C (63°F) with the most daily sunshine hours at 10 in August.

Does it get cold in Lanzarote at night? ›

The island officially has a “desert climate” with very little rainfall, and there is no natural water here. Based on all that, you would expect the Lanzarote Temperature to mirror that of the desert we are so close to – searing heat during the day, and very cold at night.

Is Lanzarote colder than Tenerife? ›

The south of Gran Canaria has a climate that is similar to Tenerife, so it's a great option also for your winter holiday. Lanzarote and Fuerteventura usually have more cloudy days, which makes the weather seem cooler compared to Tenerife.

Is Lanzarote hotter than Majorca? ›

Lanzarote will be drier and maybe warmer but better deals usually for Majorca. Canaries tend to be a bit more expensive.

What is the 6 drink rule in Spain? ›

There is a maximum of six alcoholic drinks per person per day that can be served and these drinks will be provided only during lunch and dinner (three each).”

Is the six drink rule in Lanzarote? ›

No, the six drinks rule is not in place in the Canary Islands. So if you're planning to visit Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura, Lanzarote, or the smaller islands in the archipelago like La Palma, La Gomera, El Hierro or La Graciosa, this six drinks rule will not apply.

Do you get unlimited drinks with all-inclusive? ›

All inclusive holiday is usually 2 drinks per person every time you go up to the bar . if you want different drinks like English brands for example Smirnoff Vodka you may have to pay, but usually All Inclusive is unlimited especially in Villa Marina in Salou... over a year ago.

Which is most beautiful Canary Island? ›

La Palma, in addition to being the most beautiful Canary Island, has a fascinating volcanic landscape. It may not be as popular as Teide or Timanfaya National Park because its creation is much more recent. However, the volcanoes of Fuencaliente are a great place to visit in the Canary Islands.

Which is nicer Lanzarote or Fuerteventura? ›

Winner: Fuerteventura's not just the winner of the two islands, but when it comes to beaches, it has the best coastline of all the Canary Islands.

Is Lanzarote a luxury? ›

Lanzarote is popular for its warm weather and sandy beaches, but this island in the Atlantic Ocean is also a place of luxury. Lanzarote has an abundance of indulgent hotels and resorts, along with fine-dining, opulent marinas, yachts and of course beautiful scenery.

What should I avoid in Lanzarote? ›

7 Mistakes To Avoid In Lanzarote
  • Drinking spirits like you do back home! ...
  • Not drinking enough water. ...
  • Not wearing good sun cream. ...
  • Wearing cheap sunglasses. ...
  • Buying fake designer goods and electrical equipment. ...
  • Ignoring beach flags. ...
  • Not getting out of a resort area.

Is tap water OK to drink in Lanzarote? ›

Is the tap water in Gran Canaria, Tenerife, Lanzarote, Fuerteventura and the other islands safe to drink? Yes, all public tap water in the Canary Islands is drinkable unless the local authorities state otherwise. The tap water adheres to the same strict standards as the water in Germany, Sweden, UK or France.

Why can't you drink tap water in Lanzarote? ›

Is the tap water safe to drink? We don't have any natural water in Lanzarote, so it all comes from desalinated ocean water. It's high in minerals and can be pretty heavy in chlorine.

Can you swim in the sea in Lanzarote? ›

This is an ideal destination to enjoy the beaches, it has good weather practically all year. You must be careful when swimming on the beaches of Lanzarote, there are some that have dangerous waters due to strong underwater currents. Among them Famara and El Golfo.

Is the sea water warm in Lanzarote? ›

Average annual water temperature on the coast in Lanzarote is 68°F, by the seasons: in winter 66°F, in spring 65°F, in summer 69°F, in autumn 71°F. Minimum water temperature (63°F) in Lanzarote it happens in March, maximum (73°F) in October.

What is the busiest town in Lanzarote? ›

One of the most tourist crowded places on Lanzarote is Puerto del Carmen. It lies along the south east of the island and boasts over three miles (more than six kilometers) of protected beaches. The largest of these are Los Pocillos, Grande Beach, and Matagorda.

Is it always windy in Lanzarote? ›

Lanzarote windy season

Actually, the wind is pretty much present all year round on the island, but you can feel it more during the summer months when it's very warm outside. By September the weather calms down a bit and temperatures tend to drop.

Which is hotter Lanzarote or Fuerteventura? ›

Most of the winds are blocked by the neighbouring island of Lanzarote, which means that Fuerteventura is warmer and drier than other Canary Islands.

What is the coldest month in the Canary Islands? ›

Winters in the Canaries are mild, Tenerife for example still sees average maximum temperatures of 21 °C in January despite being the coldest month.

Does Costa Teguise have a strip? ›

There is an area with a 'square' and bandstand, that is surrounded by bars & restaurants. There are other bars & restaurants in surrounding area and on the main road that runs to one of the beaches. There's also bars on the area of promenade around the beach.

Is Costa Teguise noisy? ›

Nightlife. Costa Teguise holidays will see you enjoying the typical Canarian nightlife: eclectic and vivacious, but not overly noisy or wild.

Is Costa Teguise in Lanzarote Lively? ›

Costa Teguise nightlife is much more limited than the likes of Puerto del Carmen or Playa Blanca, which appeal more to clubbers and groups of friends. Many bars and restaurants here also play live music such as jazz, although it's not nearly as frantic as Lanzarote's bigger resorts.

Do you need a jacket at night in Lanzarote? ›

Swimwear as well as shorts and t shirts will be fine for the day but you will need a fleece or light jacket for the evenings and a waterproof.

Can you get around Lanzarote without a car? ›

As in the rest of the islands, the best way to get around Lanzarote is to rent a car. If you don't want to drive, the island has an extensive transportation network that will allow you to move by bus through the main tourist attractions in Lanzarote.

Is Lanzarote cheap for food? ›

Restaurants and bars are usually quite a bit cheaper than in northern European cities, however supermarket prices may be a little higher than in the UK, but lower than in Ireland. Alcohol and Tobacco are much cheaper in Lanzarote than in the UK or Ireland.

What months are windy in Lanzarote? ›

The windiest months in Lanzarote tend to be in July and August followed by April to June. The winds tend to die down a little in september. Daytime temperatures rarely rise above 32°C during the summer months.

Is Playa Blanca in Lanzarote quiet? ›

Originally a small fishing village, the place was always popular, having the port for ferries to Fuerteventura. In comparison with other resorts of Lanzarote, Playa Blanca is the quietest, most tranquil one.

Are there sharks in the sea around Lanzarote? ›

Angel Shark

The Squatina Squatina can regularly be seen in Lanzarote. The Canary Islands are the last known stronghold of this specie. Lanzarote is one of the best islands to see them. The best time of year to dive with angel sharks is during our winter season.

What is the best area of Lanzarote? ›

The most popular areas to stay in Lanzarote are the 3 main resorts: Playa Blanca, Puerto del Carmen and Costa Teguise.

What Canary Island is the cheapest? ›

The most budget-friendly islands in the Canaries are actually the biggest and most popular islands. Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote and Fuerteventura all offer more package holiday deals and have a wider range of accommodation options than their smaller neighbours.

Is north or south Lanzarote better? ›

The north is usually windier, cloudier and has a little more rain due to the moist trade winds. The southern part is drier, hotter and enjoys as much as 2,500 sunshine hours annually. Central Lanzarote, located between the windier north and the sunnier south, can be said to have the most moderate climate on the island.

Is north or south Lanzarote warmer? ›

The weather in Lanzarote varies across the island due to its two mountain ranges, and with the mountains blocking the majority of the trade winds from the northeast, the southern part of the island is typically drier and hotter than the northern region.

Which is the least windy part of Lanzarote? ›

Where is it less windy in Lanzarote? The wind in Lanzarote is changing and even sometimes unpredictable. However, in general, the southern part of the island is usually less windy than the north due to the direction of the trade winds and the mountains that act as a shield against the southern zone.

Are mosquitoes a problem in Lanzarote? ›

The risk for mosquito activity is moderate. Eliminate any standing water on your property where mosquitoes can breed.

How many days is enough for Lanzarote? ›

How many days in Lanzarote is enough? Well, I'd say spend as much time here as you can but 4 days is the perfect amount of time to see all of Lanzarote's main sights and do a couple of fun activities.

What is the windiest month in Lanzarote? ›

Lanzarote is known for the trade winds which blow North – North Easterly, the windiest month is July with an average wind speed of 19 knots but its generally blowing 10-14 knots all year round.

Which is better Puerto del Carmen or Costa Teguise? ›

Puerto del Carmen has the busiest vibe and that incredible long Strip. Costa Teguise has a more laid back, surfy feel, and feels more Spanish, as well as being more compact. Playa Blanca is quieter than either and feels a little more upmarket, but it's very spread out.

Which Canary Island is most beautiful? ›

La Palma, in addition to being the most beautiful Canary Island, has a fascinating volcanic landscape. It may not be as popular as Teide or Timanfaya National Park because its creation is much more recent. However, the volcanoes of Fuencaliente are a great place to visit in the Canary Islands.

Does Lanzarote get cold at night? ›

The island officially has a “desert climate” with very little rainfall, and there is no natural water here. Based on all that, you would expect the Lanzarote Temperature to mirror that of the desert we are so close to – searing heat during the day, and very cold at night.

Is Puerto del Carmen warmer than Playa Blanca? ›

Playa Blanca is slightly warmer than the other resorts as well. I've stayed in the three main resorts over the years, but I don't like PDC or CT. Everyone wants and likes different things, so it all depends what you want out of your time on the island.

Do I need mosquito repellent in Lanzarote? ›

Lanzarote is a relatively pest free environment, although during the hotter months you can expect there to be flies and mosquitoes. The best way to deal with the latter is to invest in a plug-in mosquito repellent, which should rid you of any night-time visitors.

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