Travelling to LanzaroteFlight Options for Lanzarote

The surf camp accommodation are located in Caleta de Famara Lanzarote, a small fishermen village, surrounded by "Famara natural park" where no hotel will ever be built.Far away from massive tourism, surrounded by the beautiful "Risco de Famara", 600 Mts. on the sea level and with its 6 Km long beach to learn surfing. According to "Storm-Rider-Guide 98" "Lanzarote is the "european Hawaii", with its mystic and volcanic extensions and its great variety of waves, from the perfect classic waves to the typical isolated beaches with small waves perfect for beginners.

We tell you how to get to Famara:

With Lanzarote being a year round holiday destination, the airlines fly to the Island all year which means there is usually good availability on a flight to Lanzarote for most dates. Even in the peak summer season it is still possible to get a flight deal to Lanzarote for a relatively low price.

There is currently a large number of international airlines that offer cheap flights daily and connect Lanzarote with Germany, UK, Austria, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Belgium, France, Netherlands, Ireland, Italy, Norway and Spain. In the following PDF you can see all the companies flying to Lanzarote from different destinations.




Searching for cheap flights to Lanzarote? Then this page of our website is a great resource. Use the Skyscanner flight search option below to find the lowest air fares to and from Lanzarote for your desired holiday dates. Skyscanner searches all of the available flights and offers you a number of booking options depending on the time of day you want to travel and the price you want to pay.

We explain how to get from the airport to Caleta Famara:

  • Taxi from the airport to Caleta Famara (40 € approximately)
  • Rent a car (you can see the car rental options that Calima offer)
  • Bus:
    • Monday to Friday: Take the airport line 22 to reach the central bus station and once there the line number 20 to reach Caleta Famara
    • Weekends: During the weekends the route is a little longer. Take the number 23 line at the airport to the central bus station. Once there take the No. 3 line to Costa Teguise Costa Teguise and from No. 3 line to Caleta Famara.

If you have any problems when get to our school in Famara Caleta, call us, we'll show you how to get there. We are waiting!

The instructor responsible for this course is:

Originally from the Canary Islands, Maike founded this surfing camp in 1996 and is in charge of human resources and marketing. He started surfing in 1981, his passion for the sport leading him to surf in 5 continents. In the early days of Calima Surf, he managed the school and led the surfaris with the most advanced level 3 customers. Maike is still in search of the perfect wave and will travel the world to find it. If you want to meet him, find him in San Juan or La Santa where he spends more time than he does in his own house.

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