See island culture with flights from Dublin to Lanzarote in the Canary Islands
Lanzarote has much more to offer than beaches, nightclubs and warm Guinness in the Irish pubs. Your flights from Dublin to Lanzarote in the Canary Islands have brought you to a hidden jewel in the Atlantic.
Aer Lingus (www.aerlingus.com) has direct flights to Lanzarote from Dublin starting at €54.99 each way. With taxes this gives a return fare of €164.49.
Ryanair (www.ryanair.com) also offers direct flights from Dublin to Lanzarote. If you search their website carefully you can find no-taxes flights for €67.99 each way. There are surcharges to pay for checked baggage, EU levies and credit card payments.
Thomson Flights (www.thomsonfly.com) also offers seasonal flights direct from Dublin to Lanzarote. In the Canary Islands holiday brochure look out for attractively-priced deals including a flight and hotel package.
On Lanzarote, you can't help but notice the influence of the late artist and architect Cesar Manrique. His design for the restaurant at Timanfaya National Park uses the geothermic heat of the volcano to cook the dishes. You can even toast your sandwiches over a volcanic grill.
At Jameos Del Agua, a natural amphitheatre has been created by the lava flow, with caves converted into a concert hall and bar space. Explore the volcanic tunnels at La Cueva De Los Verdes, and test the fantastic acoustics of the caverns.
Manrique's own house at Taro de Tahiche is a playful 70s-style pad where you might expect to find Austin Powers. Five adjoining lava bubbles were converted into a funky dwelling that is a cross between a louche nightclub, and a futuristic den. It will leave you with a completely fresh impression of Lanzarote.