6 days in Lanzarote Itinerary

6 days in Lanzarote Itinerary

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Fly to Arrecife, Bus to Puerto Del Carmen
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Puerto Del Carmen
— 5 nights
Bus to Arrecife, Fly to London Gatwick

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Puerto Del Carmen

— 5 nights

Nightlife Capital of Lanzarote

One of the most lively and visited areas in the Canary Islands, Lanzarote’s largest city, Puerto del Carmen, is well-known for its vibrant nightlife and high concentration of bars and pubs.
Explore Puerto Del Carmen's surroundings by going to Playa Blanca (Marina Rubicon & Playa Blanca) and Parque Natural de Corralejo (in Corralejo). Pack the 11th (Fri) with family-friendly diversions at Rancho Texas Lanzarote Park. There's lots more to do: discover the deep blue sea with a scuba or snorkeling tour, take in the waterfront at Old Town Harbour, tour the pleasant surroundings at Papagayo Beach, and examine the collection at Bodega El Grifo - Museo del Vino.

To find reviews, where to stay, other places to visit, and tourist information, you can read our Puerto Del Carmen itinerary maker app.

London, UK to Puerto Del Carmen is an approximately 8.5-hour combination of flight and bus. You can also do a combination of bus and ferry. Prepare for much warmer weather when traveling from London in January: high temperatures in Puerto Del Carmen hover around 23°C and lows are around 17°C. Wrap up your sightseeing on the 13th (Sun) early enough to travel back home.

Things to do in Puerto Del Carmen

Parks · Theme Parks · Outdoors · Wildlife

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Lanzarote travel guide

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National Parks · Beaches · Nightlife
Today, the entire island is a World Biosphere Reserve, with over 500 different kinds of plants, 17 of which are endemic. Lanzarote’s beaches may be why most tourists choose to visit, but the island’s stunning landscapes also include impressive mountain ranges and a vast desert often compared to the surface of the Moon. Little is known about the history of Lanzarote, as most archaeological evidence sits buried under several layers of lava. The volcanic eruptions of the 1730s disrupted a brief period of prosperity and covered a quarter of the island’s surface with lava, destroying 11 villages and its most fertile farmland.