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Flights from Belfast to Lanzarote

Planning a trip to sunny Lanzarote? We’ve got everything you need to know before booking your cheap Belfast to Lanzarote flights.

 

Belfast Airport Overview

Belfast International Airport is located around 29km north-west of Belfast and is easily accessed by road. When travelling from Belfast city centre, take the M2 northbound, turn off at Junction 5 and take the A57. When travelling from Dublin, follow the MI northbound until Newry, at Newry take the Bypass and then continue onto the A1. Follow the M1 Motorway westbound, turn off at Junction 9 and proceed via the A26.

If travelling by bus, take the Airport Express 300 service which operates 7 days a week. 

Once you arrive at the airport and have passed through security, you’ll find a wide variety of shops and restaurants where you can easily while away the time before your Belfast to Lanzarote flights.  

 

Lanzarote Airport Overview

Lanzarote Airport is located approximately 5km and about a 10-minute drive from Arrecife city centre. The route 22 bus service connects the airport and Arrecife and it’s just a 10-minute ride between the airport and the capital. Buses leave from outside Terminal 1. Prefer your own set of wheels? Check out Ryanair Car Hire for great value car rental deals. 

 

What to Expect on arrival at Lanzarote?

No matter what time of year you fly Belfast to Lanzarote you can generally expect to find warmer temperatures than at home. August is the hottest month with an average temperature of 29°C. Meanwhile, in January, the coldest month, temperatures tend to hover around the 17°C mark. 

Lanzarote is a beautiful island that offers plenty of interesting things to see and do. Fancy spotting whales and dolphins in the Atlantic? There are daily trips from Puerto del Carmen. Or, lace up your hiking boots and head to Timanfaya National Park, explore Jameos del Agua lava caves, or discover the beautiful views of La Graciosa from Mirador del Rio, which was designed by the island’s favourite artist and architect, César Manrique.

 

Five fun facts about Lanzarote

  • Lanzarote’s most popular attraction, Timanfaya National Park features amazing volcanoes and surreal coloured lava fields, but one of the most interesting things about the park is that the heat of the volcano is used for cooking steaks and fish for visitors
  • The island boasts gorgeous white and golden sandy beaches, and plenty of great swimming areas, but a visit to the black sand beach of Playa Quemada is a must.
  • Timanfaya National Park was declared a Unesco Biosphere Reserve in 1993.
  • The Museo Atlántico in Playa Blanca is Europe's first underwater museum. 
  • El Golfo (Green Lagoon) is nestled into red cliffs on the west coast of Lanzarote. Formed when sea water flooded an old volcanic crater, the water is green as a result of algae in the water. There’s a vibrant green mineral called olivine founded around the lagoon which is popular with geologists and jewellery makers alike.

 

From Belfast to Lanzarote: Practical Information

When booking your cheap flights from Belfast to Lanzarote, you should know that the unit of currency in Lanzarote is the euro so you’ll need to change your sterling before you travel or on withdraw some cash locally from an ATM on arrival.

Don’t forget to pack a travel adaptor if you plan to charge your phone, laptop or other electrical devices while you’re away. 

After you’ve booked your cheap flights to Lanzarote from Belfast, check out Ryanair Rooms for a great selection of places to stay and to save you money on your next Ryanair flight.