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Lanzarote City Guide And Airport Transfer Service

Lanzarote's extraordinary light is undeniably one of the most beautiful in the world. The visitor will be surprised by the features. This is due, in part, to the colors of the landscape, which are caused by the various dark hues of the lava contrasting with the clarity of the sandy beaches.

St. Peter’s Basilica

El Golfo Canaries             |       Click by POTIER Jean-Louis  from Flickr

The climate is dry and sunny, reflecting the island's easterly location, but low hills are responsible for the lack of green in the landscape, and the sparse vegetation on the island appears to grow miraculously out of nowhere, forming botanical formations that are often very rare. One might expect this desert-like dryness to create an unfriendly landscape, but Lanzarote has the opposite effect; the visitor is left with an inviting impression.

Canarian islands        |        Click by Marc Veraart  from Flickr

Lanzarote's extraordinary volcanic landscape with a plethora of remarkable places, including Timanfaya National Park, El Golfo, and Los Verdes caves, must be added to the superb, golden sandy beaches. Lanzarote is a tourism model in the world because of its magnificent integration with the environment. Although well-developed, the hotel infrastructure has avoided agglomeration by adopting forms more in keeping with the landscape, such as small housing developments and the use of traditional architecture.

Lanzarote is an island in the Canary Islands where volcanic activity was the most violent, and nature and humanity learned to coexist as few places in the world, forming a unique landscape of special beauty and originality. The entire island has been designated a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO.

Lanzarote's spectacular volcanic upheavals, with over 300 cones and a plethora of shapes and colors of lava, are relatively recent; two eruptions in the 18th and 19th centuries covered the center, of the island, molding a landscape that resembles another planet, a fact that has made it a frequent setting for science-fiction films.

Lanzarote is one of Spain's seven Canary Islands (eight if you count the tiny island of La Graciosa), which are located in the Atlantic Ocean about 60 miles off the coast of North West Africa.

The flight from the UK to Lanzarote takes approximately four hours (this can occasionally be faster with favorable wind speed), and the Canaries are on Greenwich Mean Time, so there is no need to adjust your watch upon arrival.

If you trace your finger down Morocco's coastline, you'll notice that the Canaries are more southerly than well-known winter sunspots like Marrakech, Casablanca, and Agadir. The Canary Islands are also close to the Western Sahara, which helps to explain the dry, arid climate of the eastern Canary Islands like Lanzarote and Fuerteventura.

Despite being nowhere near Europe, the Canary Islands are still part of the European Union because they are owned by Spain this is the furthest south you can go and still be technically within the EU. Furthermore, the islands are located on the same latitude line (37 degrees) as parts of Florida and Mexico, making them ideal for tourism.

Lanzarote has a wide range of accommodations, including resorts, luxury hotels, private villas, and more. The majority of them are clustered together as part of the island's responsible tourism strategy, which aims to reduce the industry's negative impact on natural resources.

Some of the most beautiful beaches can be found in the tourist areas of Costa Teguise, Playa Blanca, and Puerto del Carmen. The Charcones de Janubio is a swimmable series of crystal-clear pools of water near the coast surrounded by rocks that travelers can discover.

Culture enthusiasts will appreciate the island's numerous art galleries and museums, as well as the blending of natural wonders with art at one or more of the Centres for Art, Culture, and Tourism.

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Taxi

Taxis are a definite option for those who want to make their schedule while staying in Lanzarote. Taxis are neither cheap nor expensive, though they are recommendable for shorter distances. But then again the island of Lanzarote is small enough to be easily and relatively cheaply crossed by taxi.

Geneva transportation in tram
Renault Twizy Electric Car      |        Click by Jan Helebrant  from Flickr      

Bus

Lanzarote’s buses are article-decker reconditioned single-deckers that link all the major towns of the island and the airport. Services to and from the resorts are good, but services in rural areas are infrequent. Prices are low and you can buy “Bono” tickets, which give you discounted fares.

 

  Bus, lanzarote                 |                  Click by Terry Whalebone  from Flickr

Car

Driving in the car is another option for getting around Lanzarote. Lanzarote's 20 car rental companies make it possible to travel around the island. The offer is more than generous, so all tourists need to worry about is having their driving license and adhering to any of the regulations imposed by the respective operators.

Lanzarote Airport Transfer And Private Taxi Service

Traveling with children or babies is never easy. They can become impatient or bored quickly, so you must act quickly. You can avoid waiting in lines by taking a private car ride with your family, where your children can play with their toys or nap more comfortably. Private taxis can take you anywhere on Lanzarote, making them a viable alternative to public transportation. Please keep in mind that the airport can become congested at times, especially during the summer. This is why we recommend pre-booking your Lanzarote airport taxi. This way, you won't have to worry about getting lost at the airport or waiting in line for a regular taxi. Nothing beats a relaxing car ride after a long flight or an early morning. You can avoid long or noisy public transportation rides by using a private transportation service. You can enjoy a pleasant journey while gazing out the car window at the scenery.

Battery Bus
Scania bus           |             Click by Terry Whalebone  from Flickr

Take your Lanzarote airport taxi with a reliance on a business enterprise like rydeu.com Rydeu to do simply that. Rydeu offers high-quality services at inexpensive and economical prices. We come up with exciting offers like a secure online booking process, on-time pickups, 24/7 customer support, free cancellation, 60 mins free wait, and many more to delight our customers. Let us take care of all your transfer needs from Fuerteventura airport and during your stay on the island, so you can concentrate on making memories to last a lifetime. For pre-booking and other information, check rydeu.com. Have fun and gusty ride with Rydeu.com

Best Time To Visit The City

Lanzarote is best visited in the spring or autumn for slightly cooler weather. March heralds the end of winter, with an average temperature of 23°C in the region. Lanzarote's proximity to West Africa and the Sahara Desert makes it susceptible to overheating. North-easterly winds and the Canary Current, on the other hand, help to moderate temperatures and keep the climate warm without being too hot. Wear plenty of high-factor sun protection on your Lanzarote vacation, as sea breezes can cause you to misjudge the intensity of the sun. If you need to cool off during the day, go to the beach and swim in the sea. In the summer, the average water temperature is 22°C, which cools.

Mont Saleve

 La Santa Boat             |             Click by Enric Rubio Ros  from Flickr

Boat

The small island La Graciosa pertains, administratively speaking, to the municipality of Teguise. This is why exhausting Lanzarote from a tourist point of view implies visiting La Graciosa. Lineas Maritimas Romero bar-tora Express is the main sea line company offering regular trips to La Graciosa.

Place du Bourg-de-Four

Red Quad Bike       |        Click by Moni Sertel  from Flickr

Bike

Though not as popular as other mainstream means of transport, biking is a definite alternative for those who want to break the conventional and comfortable options and face the wild Lanzarote as it is. To this end, tourists should rely on the services put forward by the bike rental companies operating in Lanzarote

 

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