What’s the weather like in Lanzarote in April?
Lanzarote’s the furthest east of the Canary Islands that sit off the western shores of North Africa. This means the island has a warm climate all year round, with temperatures rising in April. You’ll get lots of sunshine and hardly any rain on holiday in Lanzarote at this time.
Lanzarote’s close to the Sahara Desert, which occasionally sends over hot winds and dust storms to the island. Things can get very hot but the Canary Current and north easterly winds will usually keep you comfortable in April. There’s not much difference in weather across Lanzarote as the island’s relatively flat, although the south’s generally a bit warmer and sunnier than the north.
You’ll spend lots of time at the beach in April, which has an average high temperature of 24ºC. You should pack a selection of your favourite beachwear, but you’ll also want to bring some warmer clothes for the evenings as temperatures averagely cool to 14ºC. The average sea temperature’s 19ºC, while humidity’s low and ranges from the early-50s to just under 90%. Average rainfall’s just 7mm across two days with rain.
During April you can expect 13 hours of daylight with eight hours of sunshine each day. Take care in the sun as UV levels will be very high. Sunset is at 8.30pm by the end of April.