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WEATHER AND CLIMATE

Temperature: 17-28 (°C).

You can expect warm weather in Costa Teguise all year round, especially from around June to September, when daytime temperatures hover around 28°C. Autumn is a good time to avoid the crowds and enjoy more pleasant temperatures, while winter is still warm by day, although not quite warm enough for beach wear! It’s is also very sunny, with an average of over 3,000 hours a year, over twice that of most locations in the south of the UK.

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COSTA TEGUISE IS BEST FOR...

Families: Meet stingrays and sharks at the Lanzarote Aquarium or watch a sea lion show at the local zoo during your Costa Teguise holiday.

Beach lovers: This resort is the perfect holiday destination for beach enthusiasts, with five sandy beaches to choose from.

Water sports fans: The resort’s beaches are known across the island for water sports, and even host windsurfing competitions. 

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FAST FACTS

Language: The language spoken here is Spanish, although the accent and dialect is more like the Spanish of Central American countries rather than the Spanish mainland. Because of its popularity with English-speaking holidaymakers, English is widely spoken in many tourist venues in Lanzarote, so you’ll have little trouble getting by. Still, if you’d like to practice some Spanish, download our handy language app or use a phrasebook , whether its' ordering a simple 'desayuno' (breakfast' or making reservations for 'cena' (dinner).

Currency: The currency used here is the Euro (€).

Local time: Costa Teguise is the same time as GMT/UK time.

Fly to: Lanzarote Airport. The transfer time to Costa Teguise is just 20 minutes. 

Flight time from the UK: The flight time to Costa Teguise is 4 hours.

Tourist information: Further tourist information can be found by clicking here https://www.lanzaroteguidebook.com/destination/costa-teguise.

Visa / health: Before you travel, click here https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/spain/entry-requirements for recommendations and advice on visas and health requirements for your Costa Teguise holidays.

Holiday destinations related to Costa Teguise:

  • Playa Blanca
  • Puerto del Carmen
  • GETTING AROUND

    By bus: The bus services in Costa Teguise and Lanzarote are regular and affordable. The Arrecife Bus connects the main resorts, with regular services throughout the day. Online schedules may not always be up-to-date, so it’s a good idea to check bus times before you set off.

    By car: Lanzarote has very good roads and is an easy place for visitors to navigate by car. The island is small enough to get from one end to the other in an hour. If you’re interested in day trips or just getting around in your own time, car hire is the best option. This can be a convenient way to get around, especially if you’re a family with children or just want more independence on your Costa Teguise holiday.

    By bike: One of the most relaxing ways to get around in and around this resort is to ride a bike. If you would prefer not to bring your own, you’ll find numerous bike rental firms across the resort.

    By taxi: A taxi can be a handy way to get around in Costa Teguise, especially if you’re heading back from the clubs of Puerto del Carmen in the early hours. Just remember to always agree the fare before you take off, and make sure you have enough cash.

    EVENTS

    Surf fans: Costa Teguise is something of a water sports hotspot in Lanzarote, and in July, the resort is set to host an international windsurfing event. The European Freestyle Pro Tour will consist of four days of pro windsurfers tackling the elements on Costa Teguise’s beautiful beach.

    Party: One of the highlights of the annual calendar is the Carnival, which takes place in late February or early March and includes a magnificent parade, concerts, and big fireworks.