April Weather

What’s The Weather Like In April In Lanzarote?

Here’s our summary of the April weather in Lanzarote. This is a distillation of our records – we’ve been recording the actual weather in Lanzarote for ten years. Sunshine The sun rises at around 7.30AM in April and sets at around 8.30PM. The clocks will have gone back in March, so the evenings are lighter,…

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March weather Lanzarote

What’s The Weather Like In March In Lanzarote?

A summary of the weather in Lanzarote in March to help those booked to come here. We’ve been recording the actual weather on the island since 2008, so we’re in a unique position in being able to tell you what to expect, what clothes to pack and what activities are good.

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January Weather

What’s The Weather Like In January In Lanzarote?

You’re wondering what the January weather is like in Lanzarote? We’ve been recording the actual weather here in Lanzarote since 2008 for our daily weather forecasts on Facebook, so we have a pretty good idea of what really happens here, which is much more useful than the standard “weather averages” you see in holiday brochures…

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Hot In Lanzarote

How To Cope When It’s Really Hot In Lanzarote

From time to time we get very high temperatures in Lanzarote. Not so long ago the island recorded the highest temperature in all of Spain at 42,6 degrees, or 108 Fahrenheit. The island is also much closer to the equator than any other part of Europe, so we have extremely high UV at this time…

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Lanzarote weather

Lanzarote Weather

Lanzarote weather is the subject of countless questions on our social media pages and via email. Without a doubt, the single most important thing for our readers is to know what the weather will be like for their holiday. Lanzarote, and the other Canary Islands are described as having the “World’s best climate.” And it’s…

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Trade wind in Lanzarote

Lanzarote’s Trade Winds

Lanzarote is known as a fairly windy island, and part of the reason our climate is so good is because of the wind which blows here on most days – without it temperatures would be much higher and the island would effectively become a desert, like the nearby Sahara. But why do we get the…

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Panza de burro Lanzarote

Why The Cloud In Lanzarote Is Called “Donkey’s Belly”

I heard a cloud expression once that I didn’t understand. Tt was “Los alisios siguen trayendo panza de burro” which translates to the trade winds are bringing donkey’s belly! This is a Canarian expression which refers to the weather phenomenon that occurs in the north of almost all the Canary Islands during the summer months.…

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