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Car hire at Lanzarote Airport

Car hire at Lanzarote Airport

Lanzarote Airport (ACE) is the main airport serving the popular tourist destination. Located on the south coast of the island around 5KM from the town of Arrecife, it is easily accessible by car using LZ-2, one of the island's main highways.

What I need to know

Renting a car is simple at Lanzarote Airport, and there are 12 different suppliers to choose from. Our booking tool makes it easy to find your ideal vehicle, and you can benefit from no credit card fees, free cancellation, and the confidence that we have helped over five million customers.

Where to pick up my car

Regardless of whether you land at Terminal 1 or Terminal 2, you can find the car rental desks on the ground floor in the main terminal hall, making collecting the keys after you have picked up your luggage a simple process.

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Where to go

Lanzarote, the fourth largest island in the Canaries, is a popular destination with holidaymakers thanks to its warm weather and sandy beaches. However it is also a tempting destination for nature lovers thanks to the Timanfaya National Park, while good quality surf makes it appealing for thrill-seekers.

Nearby Lanzarote

Exploring Lanzarote by car is easy, as the island stretches for just 60 km at its longest point. Arrecife, the island's capital, is just 5 km from the airport by car, meaning you can be exploring the picturesque harbour, historic streets, shops and restaurants soon after arriving on the island.

Longer drives

Located on the opposite side of the island, Timanfaya National Park is a must-see for any visitor to Lanzarote. The volcanic landscape is breathtaking, and it is possible to take a coach trip around the park to see the volcanos and rare plants found there.

Eating and drinking

Lanzarote is a great place to sample some traditional Canarian cuisine, often served as tapas. A plentiful supply of local fish means fish dishes feature heavily on menus, and for a unique dining experience Timanfaya National Park is home to a restaurant that prepares food using geothermal heat.

Things to do

Head to a diving centre to explore the water surrounding Lanzarote and experience some of the best diving conditions in the northern hemisphere. Lanzarote has volcanic caves, shipwrecks and hundreds of species of fish to see if you want to dip below the surface of the Atlantic Ocean.


Lanzarote's unique landscape means there are many sites of natural beauty that are worth a visit. Jameos del Agua in the north of the island is part of the Atlantida volcanic cave system, and is home to a natural concert hall, restaurant, museum and subterranean lagoon.

The Cueva de los Verdes, or Green Caves, also at the northern tip of the island, are part of the same cave system, and 2 km stretch is open to the public to explore.