All Inclusive Holidays Lanzarote

With fantastic weather throughout the year, excellent beaches and a number of fun tourist attractions, Lanzarote is the perfect holiday destination.

For the ultimate relaxing Lanzarote break, why not go all-inclusive? Going all-inclusive means that all of your onsite food and drinks are covered in the price of the package. This is not only convenient, but it can also work out significantly more affordable than eating out every night.

All-inclusive hotels can be found in all of Lanzarote’s desirable locations such as Puerto del Carmen, Playa Blanca and Costa Teguise. Typically, all-inclusive hotels offer their guests 3 buffet-style meals at set times and a café or snack bar where they can get food and drinks throughout the day. When comparing the various all-inclusive hotel deals out there, make sure you take into account exclusions. Indeed, some hotels charge for imported alcoholic drinks and champagne.

As owners of all-inclusive hotels know that holidaymakers will be spending much of their time at the resort, all-inclusive facilities have plenty of facilities such as children’s activities, swimming pools, evening entertainment, and spa treatments.

When to Visit

Due to its enviable location, Lanzarote enjoys great weather throughout the year with mild winters and warm summers. The best time to visit Lanzarote is during the shoulder seasons as during December-January and July-August, the island is at its busiest and hotels and flights are at their most expensive.

There are a number of exciting festivals and celebrations held throughout the year, so you may want to time your holiday to coincide with one. Some of the island’s most famous festivals include Arrecife Carnival which is held in the capital during February and Teguise Festival which is held in March.

What to Do in Lanzarote

If you can tear yourself away from the snack bars, pools and spas at your all-inclusive resort, you will find that Lanzarote has much to offer. One of the island’s major attractions is its 156-mile coastline which consists of more than 90 white sand and gold sand beaches.

Home to hundreds of volcanoes, Lanzarote has a fascinating collection of landscapes. The Timanfaya Volcano Park is not to be missed. Despite being only 19 sq miles large, the park is home to around 25 volcano craters, giving it a surreal lunar appearance. The park is also home to an interesting collection of flora and fauna.

The subterranean landscape of Lanzarote is also particularly fascinating. Both Cueva de los Verdes and Jameos del Agua were caused by volcanic processes and styled by native artist Caesar Manrique and give travellers the opportunity to explore the interior of the island.