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Basic info and car hire in Lanzarote

Location: Atlantic Ocean

Population: 142,132

Official language: Spanish

Currency: Euro (EUR).

Weather: Lanzarote is commonly referred to as “The Island of Eternal Spring” and the small amount of precipitation is majorly concentrated in winter season. Summers are always dry in Lanzarote with a rare chance of rainfall and the absence of precipitation. Average temperatures in winter and summer are 18 degree Celsius and 25 degree Celsius. Average rainfall in summers is 8mm while it is 18mm in winter season.

Public holidays in Lanzarote: In order to plan your visit to Lanzarote in accordance with public holidays, you can check the office holidays at office holidays in Lanzarote.

Internet coverage: 4G network is available all around the island, thus ensuring high-speed internet if you are looking for paid internet. Besides, there are Wi-Fi connections in most bars, clubs, and restaurants all across Lanzarote.

Road conditions: Mostly, the roads in the island of Lanzarote are less challenging for drivers. There are no major motorways and the size of roads never exceeds 2 lanes, which again offers low traffic if you are out of the major resorts.

About Lanzarote

Lanzarote is the fourth largest island among those in archipelago and the third most populated Canary Island. This Spanish island comprises of the best of beaches and most amazing of the natural places in the midst of lush blue waters, making it the most preferred places among a variety of tourist attractions. The remarkable natural beauty of Lanzarote is experienced with car hire at Lanzarote airport at even greater ease and convenience, because you’re traveling on your conditions and to the places of your personal choice whenever you like. Car hire in Lanzarote is definitely the brightest of options for traveling around the island.

Have you ever dreamed of visiting a place that would take all the worries and hassle of the modern world away from you? If it is so, you would love visiting Lanzarote again and again due to its chic places which are equally eco-friendly, allowing you to spend your time cycling or walking in places wonderfully close to the nature. From stunning natural views to eye-catching attractions, restaurants with a distinct Spanish taste, beautiful blue water, cultural events, rich nightlife, and above all – the distinct itineraries of Spain are some highlights of this most wonderful tourist destination. With all of the recommendations that will be followed, car hire in Lanzarote is highly recommended if you wish to be worriless during your journey.

Driving in Lanzarote

The roads are mostly clean and well paved, but a rare number of flaws may appear while you are driving in Lanzarote. However, some locals are seen driving very fast, which increases the chances of an accident. Therefore, caution is also required while driving in Lanzarote. You should not forget to have an emergency contact number of your car rental company in case of car hire in Lanzarote. Nevertheless, if you are an experienced driver, it shouldn’t be a problem driving in this island.

  • Age limits: The minimum age for a driver to be allowed to drive is 18 while it has to be 21 if you are looking to hire a car. Moreover, your car hire agency may charge a small amount in extra for drivers less than 25 years of age.
  • International Driving Permit: International driving permit is good to have, but a full UK driving license will also do in Lanzarote.
  • Additional papers: The drivers are required to have passport as proof of identification, a proof of insurance, and a proof of ownership (in case of personal vehicle) while a car hire agreement (in case of car rental)
  • Additional requirements: None
  • Children in the car: Children with a height less than 132cm are not allowed to sit in the front seat except that the children under this limit have already occupied back seats. A child restraint system is a must for these children while a seat belt for all above this height.
  • Driving side of the road: Right Hand Side
  • Lights: The pattern of traffic lights followed internationally is implementable in Lanzarote as well.
  • General speed limits: The speed of 100 kilometres per hour is allowed in dual carriageways while it is 50 kilometres in densely covered areas, unless indicated otherwise.
  • Parking suggestions: Lanzarote usually offers plenty of parking space around most of the tourist attractions. In the capital of this island, Arrecife, the most convenient and easily available parking area is next to Charco San Gines. Moreover, with only an internet connection you can find the parking areas available at the place of your choice using www.parkopedia.com.

Drive your rental car around Lanzarote

The clear and tidy roads in most places with only a few affected ones when combined with car hire in Lanzarote warrant a traveling experience that has no match to it. The island of Lanzarote is not a large island, thus offering all the places for tourism in close proximity. Housing the most aesthetically pleasing mountains and the beautiful beaches, Lanzarote is the best choice for you if you want to take some days off and live close to the nature.

What to see in Lanzarote

There’s a lot to see in Lanzarote and no matter how much time do you have, you can never enjoy the place completely in a single visit. We have some highly recommended places short-listed for you in the following text.

There’s a lot to see in Lanzarote and no matter how much time do you have, you can never enjoy the place completely in a single visit. We have some highly recommended places short-listed for you in the following text.

Our favourite spots

Hotels in Lanzarote

Where to eat, drink and party in Lanzarote

Major events and festivals

Some most cherished events, although religious in most cases, fill the island of Lanzarote with colours. Some of the most famous festivals are listed below.

Some most cherished events, although religious in most cases, fill the island of Lanzarote with colours. Some of the most famous festivals are listed below.