Useful travel advice
It’s always a good idea to get travel advice on your destination, we’ve put together some useful information to help make your trip as smooth as possible.
Documents required when travelling to Lanzarote
Lanzarote is part of the Canarian archipelago, which belongs to Spain. You must provide a valid passport on entry or European ID card and in some cases visitors need a visa, depending on where they come from, how long they expect to stay in the Canaries and why they are travelling here (work, studies, leisure). In some cases travellers are able to enter Lanzarote with their National Identity Card however if you are unsure it may be best to check with the Spanish embassy or consulate for details of the types of documents needed when travelling to Lanzarote.
You can enter Lanzarote without COVID 19 Vaccination.
European Health Insurance Card
It is advisable to travel with additional private health/travel insurance.
Lanzarote is known to be a safe and friendly destination, however it is always advisable to be aware of your personal possessions when you are travelling. Whilst we all hope that we’ll have a holiday with no problems, we know how important it is to have access to some important telephone numbers should you need them.
Useful telephone numbers:
Airport +34 928 84 60 00
Lanzarote Hospital +928 595 000
Private Clinic Hospiten Lanzarote, Tias +34 928 59 61 00
Airport +34 928 52 01 76
Arrecife +34 928 80 31 04
Playa Honda +34 928 52 01 76
Playa Blanca +34 928 52 42 22
Costa Teguise +34 928 52 42 23
Tinajo (La Santa) + 34 928 84 00 49
Puerto del Carmen, Tías +34 928 52 42 20
Emergency 112 – if you have an emergency this is the number to call, the operators speak English.
Local Police 112
Guardia Civil 062
National Police 091