Boasting over 300 days of sunshine a year and a wealth of wonderful beaches, it's no wonder Lanzarote is such a popular destination. You've got great beaches, awesome views, and you can expect to find yourself surrounded by a dramatic volcanic landscape, too. If you want to take your island escape at your own pace, you'll love the freedom of our self-catering Lanzarote holidays. Whether you're after a budget-friendly apartment or 5-star accommodation, we've got you covered with our hand-picked selection. Why not take a look at our latest selection today? Whether you're travelling as a family or a couple, part of the beauty of self-catering Lanzarote holidays is having the flexibility to plan your holiday exactly the way you like it. There's no hotel dining room schedule to stick to, and you can take your trip as slowly as you like. You'll find all kinds of places to stay throughout the island's beach resorts, including Playa Blanca, Puerto del Carmen and Costa Teguise. If you're seeking a premium villa and the ultimate relaxation, look no further than Salinas de Matagorda. You'll even have your own pool. Here with the whole tribe? No problem! Families will love splashing around in the big swimming pool at the budget-friendly La Penita Apartments. The golden beaches at Guacimeta, near the lively capital of Arrecife, and Caleton Blanco in the north are perfect for long days sunbathing and lounging in the sun. And if you fancy exploring the volcanoes, why not take a guided tour of Timanfaya National Park? It's over on the east coast, and it's one of the best places to go to discover the true beauty of this volcanic paradise. With the freedom to dine as and when you like you'll love sampling the traditional restaurants dotted around the coast. Be sure to try the local potato dishes, which are grown in Lanzarote's unique volcanic soils, and topped with the island's famous mojo sauce. And if you feel like rustling up a dish or two back at your apartment, you can do as the locals do and pick up fresh ingredients at one of the island's many markets.