Travel to Lanzarote

Flying to Lanzarote

The national airline is Iberia (, which flies to Lanzarote from mainland Spain and much of Europe. Budget airlines including Easyjet ( and Ryanair ( also fly to Lanzarote from the UK.

Flight times:

From London to Lanzarote is 4 hours 20 minutes.

Departure tax:


Airport guides

Airport Code: ACE. Location: Lanzarote Airport is located 5km (3 miles) to the west of Arrecife. Money: There are several ATMs located throughout the airport, and a bureau de change at the Travel 2000... Read more

Travel by rail

Lanzarote cannot be reached by rail.

Driving to Lanzarote

Lanzarote cannot be reached by road.

Getting to Lanzarote by boat

Ferries from mainland Spain serve Lanzarote and other Canary Islands. Cruise ships also call at the island. Marmoles, a 30-minute walk from the centre of Arrecife, is the main port on the island.

Cruise ships:

Most cruise passengers dock at Puerto Naos, just outside Arrecife. A shuttle bus takes passengers into the city. The other port is Muelle de los Mármoles, 7km (14 miles) from Lanzarote.

Ferry operators:

There are weekly departures from Cadiz and Huelva to Lanzarote. Trasmediterranea (tel: +34 902 454 645; operates a weekly service from Cadiz to Arrecife (journey time: 31 hours) and Armas (tel: +34 902 456 500; operates a weekly service from Huelva (journey time: 25 hours).

Visa and passport information is updated regularly and is correct at the time of publishing. You should verify critical travel information independently with the relevant embassy before you travel.