Along the Atlantic Ocean, along the coast of Africa, this Spanish island (a canary rock part) is a popular destination for Europeans and other world travelers, the primary theme is the Travel Guide to Lanzarote. The island's most important source of income is tourism, as most of the visitors from the United Kingdom and Ireland. Given that Lanzarote is a Spanish-speaking island, it is not surprising that the restaurants usually contain a Spanish-language menu and also provide English translations.
Due to the large influx of visitors to the United Kingdom, Lanzarote's main international route is understandably in London and the Spanish continent and the brother in other parts of the Canary Islands. Airlines on the Mediterranean island are Spanair, Easyjet and Jetair to name but a few, and all fly to Lanzarote International Airport. Although bus and taxi services are not cheap, tourists are not recommended for transport because they do not regularly visit the tourist sites. The best option on the island is a rented car that can be rented by renowned local companies, sometimes AutoReisen, ORCAR and a few others. Check travel agency information about companies that are honest about the island's visitors. The euro and the pound are a preferred form of currency, but credit cards are also widely accepted.
If you are a drinker, alcohol is easily accessible and affordable in supermarkets, though it may be slightly higher in the bar. The island's water is recycled from the ocean so it is not recommended to drink while bottled water is fairly affordable and widely available. The island's capital, Arrecife is where more than fifty percent of Lanzarote's nationals and purchasers are surprisingly modern in an island in the Mediterranean. Lanzarote is the second in Tenerife's popularity, but as time passes, its volcanic history (sleeping for seventeen centuries), beautiful beaches, entertaining activities , metropolitan city, low crime rate, low population, low pollution, friendly natives, beautiful scenery, easy access, quickly becomes the first place.
Source by Sophie Norris