Selection of Holiday rentals in Lanzarote
Apartments to rent in Lanzarote
Find hundreds of Lanzarote villas, a small island of the Canarian archipelago where you can fully immerse yourself into the natural environment with a short-stay apartment. The name of this island comes from Lancelotto Malocello, a Genoese sailor who visited many years ago - and of all the islands, this one is the wildest and most unique. The weather here is guaranteed and the sun is always shining - although it may be small, it has plenty to offer. The Lanzarote villas with pools are a great option for your stay. Whatever the purpose of the visit, this island is a destination chosen by surf lovers and by all those who are looking to relax with the volcanic landscape in the background. Since 1993, this island has been declared a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and will leave all visitors reeling by its raw beauty. This island is almost out of this world - its natural surroundings are so incredible and merit to be marvelled at. The climate here is fantastic, and it is recommended that you book in the winter to find the best deals on cheap apartments, or if you’re looking for something a little more up market, luxury villas too. With a volcanic geology, some of the sights will be unlike anything you’ve ever seen - and yet the place is still well geared up for visitors to the island with plenty of rentals, bars and restaurants for you to enjoy your stay. Don’t wait any longer - our cheap self catering is among the best you will find. Lanzarote is one of the most popular holiday destinations in the Canary Islands alongside the likes of Tenerife, Fuerteventura and Gran Canaria.
Places to stay in Lanzarote
Are you looking to enjoy your holiday and Lanzarote but you’re not sure where to stay? Look no further, as you have come to the right place. It’s better not to think about the overcrowded hotels in Lanzarote - here at Hundredrooms we want to make things easier for you in finding the perfect self catering apartments, that’s why we compare the best from our partners. We can advise you on what to visit in Lanzarote, so that you will never run out of things to do. We have a selection of apartments that guarantee a perfect visit to the island. If you’re thinking of staying in a traditional Canarian style house, we can find exactly that.
- Masdache: We recommend staying on a finca in the surroundings of this place, which is in the national park of La Geria. You can rent villas to rent in Lanzarote like this by the room or have the whole place to yourself.
- Puerto del Carmen: The largest resort with its own beach and its very own strip - in fact it has everything you need in a resort town. You have a casino, zoos, golf courses and much more. You are highly likely to find cheap accommodation in Lanzarote here. Located in the east, it is always quite busy with a thriving nightlife. From here you will have access to the natural surroundings such as Los Hervideros basalt cliffs, Timanfaya National park and much more. Find the best Puerto del Carmen here.
- Costa Teguise: What do you think of perhaps renting a typical rural house in Teguise? You can benefit from a garden, terrace or views with views across the volcanic mountains. Imagine having your breakfast or dinner looking across the terrace to this landscape. It is located at the foot of Santa Bárbara Castle and is only 5 minutes from the historic centre. It’s another great way to enjoy the island from one of our holiday apartments in Lanzarote. This is the best resort for families and is close to many of the main attractions. It is a slightly more relaxed alternative to Puerto del Carmen, with a more surfer feel to its atmosphere, and is the former capital of the island. Find hundreds of Costa Blanca apartments here.
- San Bartolomé: We recommend staying here in an eco finca or one of our self-catering apartments, where you can live off the local produce and experience the island as a Canarian would. There are plenty of apartments with great views over the volcanoes and the picturesque landscape of Lanzarote. Many include a terrace and an outdoor pool for you to enjoy. Playa Blanca: A charming and more upmarket coastal town in the south of the island which has a relaxed atmosphere and the Rubicon Marina for dining options. People come here mainly to enjoy the promenade along the beach, cruise to Papagayo beaches, go snorkeling or kayaking, diving, and also climbing up the Montana Roja. Here you can find plenty of luxury villas in Lanzarote. Explore all of the apartments in Playa Blanca here.
Where to stay in Lanzarote
As with all Canarian destinations, you can visit at any point in the year as the islands are lucky enough to experience a warm and sunny climate pretty much all year round. So you can make the most of the incredible beaches, in theory, even in December and January. While the temperatures may be lower than summer at around 20 degrees Celsius on average, this is the time to book if you are looking for cheap villas in Lanzarote. Besides, you can still make the most of the incredible scenery and landscapes in great weather and it beats the cold back at home. There is very little rainfall and the winters are particularly mild thanks to the proximity of the Canaries next to Africa. If you are visiting in peak season which is July and August, you can expect the average temperature to be around 30 degrees Celsius, but this is when you will pay most for luxury villas. Other things to take into account when booking your holiday homes are the dates of particular festivals that are important across the island. For example, during February it is a particularly interesting time to visit, as it coincides with Carnival celebrations.
Holiday rentals in Lanzarote
Cheap holiday lettings in Lanzarote
The Green Caves and other points of interest in Lanzarote
The volcanic black sand beaches of this Canary island are legendary, more specifically that in the area of Los Hervideros. Lanzarote is one of the best destinations in Europe for apartments to rent, and some of the best beaches for this include El Golfo, La Santa, Famara, El Espino or El Ancla. If you’ve never been on the deck before, there are plenty of surf schools to get you started. Did you know that Lanzarote has been the setting for many great movies and television series? Some have included "Moby Dick", "Journey to the centre of the earth" and "Doctor Who" among many others. Discover all of these sites from some of houses to rent on the island!
- Cueva de los Verdes: This incredible tunnel is formed by lava and is available to explore by guided tour.
- Timanfaya National Park: Here you will observe the most amazing of the volcanic landscape with geysers and places to eat.
- Castillo de San Gabriel: A modern art museum converted from a former fortress.
- Monumento al Campesino: A farming history museum and restaurant.
- Rancho Texas Lanzarote Park: This is a theme park and zoo with water slides and great fun for all the family.
- Museo Atlántico: The ‘underwater museum’ is fantastic for divers with sculptures by Jason deCaires at the bottom.
- The Cactus Garden: A former quarry with over 1,100 species of cacti designed by César Manrique.
- Castillo de San José Charco de los Clicos: This is an incredible black sand beach which is nicknamed ‘Lago Verde’ by the islanders (Black Lake). It is a mix of black and green, and an explosive combination of colours.
- Café La Ola: Located in Puerto del Carmen, this bar is not to be missed from one of our private villas to rent in Lanzarote, but don’t think that you will only find mojitos, beers and pintxos here. It is a concept cafe and an artistic refuge where art exhibitions, fashion shows and outdoor concerts all take place.
- Jameos del Agua: These are a large and natural artistic work by the Canarian artist César Manrique. These Jameos are part of a huge volcanic tube that goes into the Atlantic. A ‘jameo’ part of the volcanic tube in which the roof has collapsed. It’s amazing to see!
- Hermitage of the Virgen de los Dolores: It is better known by the islanders as the Hermitage of the Volcanoes, just as its patron is known as Our Lady of the Volcanoes. You know why? Tradition has it that in one of the eruptions that have been lived on the island, the inhabitants turned to the Virgen de los Dolores and planted an image of her in front of the lava river. He stopped and to thank for the feat, they built this hermitage.