What’s the weather like in Lanzarote in July?
Sitting off the west coast of North Africa, Lanzarote’s the furthest east of the Canary Islands. This means that you can look forward to lots of hot weather with no rain if you book your Lanzarote holidays in July. North easterly winds and the Canary Current will help to keep you cool. It might feel like you're in the desert when the Sahara blows over warm winds and the occasional dust storm. There’s not much difference in weather around the island because it’s quite flat, although if you're in the south you'll get the best of it.
The average high in Lanzarote is 28ºC in July, so it’s perfect for chilling out on the beach and things also stay nice and warm in the evenings. The sea temperature’s 21ºC while humidity’s low. There’s not usually any rain in July. You can expect 14 hours of daylight with nine hours of sunshine each day. Take lots of sun cream with you as UV levels will be extremely high. The sun doesn't go down until nearly 9pm it’s great for having dinner outside with a view.