With a car hire in Arrecife you are on vacation independent and can explore the sights of the Canary Island individually.

Your rental car is available after landing at Lanzarote Airport. Directly in the terminal you will find the offices of the large car rentals of Arrecife. From the airport you can reach the city center in just 5 minutes by car via the LZ2.
Rent a car and discover Arrecife

Visit Arrecife's historic 16th-century Castillo de San Gabriel Castle and the Archaeological Museum near the waterfront. The Calle León y Castillo is a shopping paradise with chic boutiques and luxurious designer shops. To the north of the town lies the fishing port of Puerto de Naos. In the heart of the island's capital, the sandy beach Playa del Reducto offers excellent bathing facilities and calm water.
Start your trip with a rental car in Arrecife

Lanzarote can be explored very well with the rental car, Arrecife is an ideal starting point. The LZ1 leads to the northern tip, the LZ2 takes you to the south to Playa Blanca. You can easily reach the village of Yaiza, where you can visit the National Park of Timanfaya. Here you can find out more about the world of volcanoes on a guided tour. The Valley of the Thousand Palm Trees is a delightful destination for a trip through the north of the island, with Haría with its typical Canarian architecture a highlight. The valley is one of the scenic beauties of Lanzarote. Whether you are looking for a rental car or a luxury family car, rent a car in Arrecife with a wide selection of vehicle types to choose from. You can also book additional accessories such as child seats or luggage carriers.
Tips for driving in Arrecife

In the island capital you should expect a higher traffic volume than in the resorts. In the week, the city center of Arrecife is closed to cars. The many roundabouts, which regulate the traffic on lanzarote instead of traffic lights, are a bit habituated. The minimum age for renting a rental car in Spain is 21 years.

Mike White
Author: Mike WhiteWebsite: www.lanzaroteflare.com
Writer, thinker and rider of the deep blue waves. However, a frequent traveller when time allows being part of Lanzarote since 2013.
You can find me running around Costa Teguise in the morning flare or feasting on local tapas in the afternoon.
" Life is meaningless without Mojo and Bimbachitos. "