How to get to Lanzarote
The only two ways to get to Lanzarote are by boat and plane, with planes being the most common option. Learn about the island's main ports and learn how to find cheap flights from mainland Spain, Europe and the other Canary Islands.
Getting to Lanzarote by plane
Traveling to Lanzarote by plane is the best way to get to the island in terms of comfort, price and frequency of flights. It's possible to find direct flights to Lanzarote from most Spanish cities throughout the year, such as Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia, Seville and Santiago.
Due to the significant influx of tourists that the island receives throughout the year, there are numerous direct flights to Lanzarote from European cities like Edinburgh, Brussels, London, Zurich, Dublin, Berlin, Munich and Amsterdam.
Among the main companies offering flights to Lanzarote are Ryanair, Vueling, Iberia, Binter and Air Europa.
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Getting to Lanzarote by boat
Lanzarote is included among the main routes of some cruise lines departing from Cadiz, but mainly receives tourists from the other Canary Islands. The distances between the islands are relatively small, so it's quite comfortable to reach Lanzarote by ferry.
One of the main connections to Lanzarote by sea is the route from the island of Fuerteventura, just 30 minutes by boat.