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Key facts for hiring a car in Lanzarote

  • Car hire locations

    There are 9 car hire locations in Lanzarote, and the most popular is Lanzarote Airport.

  • Average temperatures

    Coldest month: January (17°C)
    Warmest month: August (25°C)

  • Not to be missed

    A ferry trip to the tiny island of La Graciosa.

  • Time difference

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Hire a car in Lanzarote

Despite being known for its holiday resorts, Lanzarote is an oasis for adventure seekers.

The island’s mixture of pristine beaches, volcanic beauty and architectural highlights makes it an aesthetically pleasing destination. And with an abundance of top-notch restaurants, hotels and cool landscapes, it is worth looking beyond pre-packaged vacation tours.

Embrace nature

Trekking Farma Cliffs

Located away from the resorts on the northwest coast of Lanzarote, Farma beach is best known for its surf and stunning 500 meter high backdrop of rock walls. But where the cliffs meet the sea, a series of hiking trails will give you a different perspective of the coastline.

A guided tour can take you from the town of Ye, lead you to La Corona volcano and on to the highest point of Farma Cliffs. Walking along the edge of the cliff provides stunning views of the Chinijo Archipelago and Farma Beach from above.

If you’re interested in something a little more thrilling, you can hang glide over the cliffs to get a birds-eye view of the spectacular landscape.

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Natural phenomenon

Volanic Lanzarote

Timanfaya National Park

Take in otherworldly landscapes at Timanfaya National Park, one of the most bizarre yet spectacular scenes on earth. Solidified lava flows create extraordinary formations while intensely hot temperatures bubble just below the surface. You’ll feel like you’ve just taken a trip to the moon.

Also known as the Fire Mountains, a series of continuous eruptions during the late eighteenth century destroyed the island’s best farmland, leaving hundreds of colourful volcanic cones in its place.

The natural viewpoint at Montaña Rajada gives you uninterrupted views of the rolling lava fields, stretching to the sea. Although you can’t explore the area by yourself, you can opt for a bus tour, camel safari or free guided walking tour around the park.

Hidden secrets

The work of locally born artist and architect, César Manrique, is scattered about the island. One of the most notable and influences in the development of Lanzarote, Manrique took an ecological approach to building his visionary projects. He united art with nature to create a feeling of harmony and much of the island’s outstanding aesthetics is in thanks to his skill.

You can learn more about Manrique and immerse yourself in his style by touring sites including the Cactus Garden, the Jameos del Agua, as well as his former home.

The ultimate Lanzarote road trip

  • Lanzarote Arrecife Airport ACE

    The only airport on the island of Lanzarote.

  • Car hire pick up point

    Can be found on the ground floor of Terminal 1.

  • Playa Quemada – 18km

    A local beach, less crowded than the popular beach resorts like Playa Blanca.

  • Papagayo Beach  – 32km

    Sheltered by cliffs and hidden amongst a volcanic hillside, it is one of the finest beaches.

  • La Garita  – 29km

    Neighbouring the village of Arrieta, the south end of the beach is ideal for surfing.

  • Caletón Blanco  – 40km

    With sparkling clear water, this is a good spot for snorkeling.

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