There's a whole host of compelling reasons for visiting Lanzarote anytime of the year. This small holiday hotspot consistently proves itself a major hit with winter travellers during both the winter and summer, proving itself to be at the top of many travellers holiday lists. And Lanzarote is frequently enjoyed all year long due to the island’s brilliant temperatures and is only a short hop to central Europe.
Today most of these visitors opt to book Lanzarote villas as a substitute for hotels, because they can take pleasure in much more personal space and inexpensive prices. As an example villas in Puerto del Carmen are accessible from as little as €500 per week, which for any family of 4 compares especially favorably with comparible hotel rates. Furthermore there are lots of additional affordable rental properties in the other two main holiday resorts of Playa Blanca and Costa Teguise as well. Holiday rental accommodation for example Lanzarote villas is in good supply because there are thousands of well priced Lanzarote holiday villas and apartments or condos available for rent.. Rural villas are available too and at at reasonable prices if Playa Blanca or Puerto del Carmen just isn't your favored destination.
No matter where holiday-makers choose to stay they're bound to enjoy the amazing weather as Lanzarote is located a relatively short distance from the West African coast. A location that creates an enviable climate which is what has led to the archipelago earning the title of the Fortunate Islands in times gone by. Temperature ranges generally average out at around 26 degrees c and for the most part you'll encounter very little rain here. One annoying factor though may possibly be the wind which on occasion can blow relatively harder than average across the island around April until August time.
Having said that this delightful island also has a lot more to provide than simply just a decent climate as Lanzarote is also notorious for being home to the world’s most violent eruptions in recent history. These eruptions have left uncontaminated lava fields in their wake which has formed the national park, better-known as Timanfaya, which unsurprisingly is definitely one of the most popular throughout Spain and the Balearic's. Hardly any wonder in truth as the scenery at this site is so bizarre it is commonly perceived to be similar to the surface of a barren planet such as mars or even the moon .
But the icing on the cake is that Lanzarote maintains a range of beaches that is the envy of many other holiday destinations. You will find several fine man-made stretches of sand in each of the main resorts, but it's probably best to get out and about in a hire car to access the very best beaches including Arrieta towards the North of the island and Papagayo. Of course some would maintain perhaps that Famara, which can be found on the rugged North West region is the most visually attractive, mainly because this hugely popular bay and beach is back dropped by the awesome Famara massif.