Lanzarote or Gran Canaria?
BeTheRabbit · 10/01/2020 09:51
Would you opt for Lanzarote or Gran Canaria in February? Which is better?
iswhois · 10/01/2020 09:56
Gran Canaria - less windy
BeTheRabbit · 10/01/2020 10:08
That's what I thought, thank you xx
Spotty528 · 10/01/2020 10:17
Gran Canaria-Lopesan Baobab!
MsPepperPotts · 10/01/2020 10:27
Following with interest
AtleastitsnotMonday · 10/01/2020 20:39
I went to gran can in March and it was the windiest place I’ve ever been. If you’re going for the weather, the canaries in feb aren’t going to be great. Also went to Lanzarote at end of October and the weather was gorgeous.
Twospaniels · 10/01/2020 20:42
We’re going to Lanzarote beginning of Feb. It will be our 4th visit. Haven’t been to Gran Canaria. Been to Tenerife and Fuerteventura. Lanzarote by far nicest of these. We’re staying in a villa in Puerto Calero.
riverside277 · 10/01/2020 20:46
Only been to lanzarote in July (pdc) and it was very windy, first night we got there I seen a lady in a Parker coat 🤣 It's a really lovely place though and definitely worth a visit.
Holymolymackerel · 10/01/2020 22:04
We're going to Lanzarote in Feb. Staying in Puerto del carmen. I don't think it will be that warm and will be windy but I'm hoping its warmer and sunnier than here.
I think Lanzarote is far more interesting than gran canaria.
clock12 · 10/01/2020 22:08
We got back from Lanzarote last night. It was lovely and warm. We've visited many, many times since having children and it's the most wonderful place.
BeTheRabbit · 10/01/2020 22:09
I really just would like to be able to sit round a pool and read my book in some warm weather. Is it an unrealistic expectation for Gran Canaria?
NaturalBlondeYeahRight · 10/01/2020 22:13
I prefer Lanzarote. All lower rise and more interesting. We go most years in feb. It’s generally like a nice spring day in uk 18/20 degrees. Might need a light jacket. Nice enough to have lunch outside and sit by a pool reading. Too cold for swimming.
Scbchl · 10/01/2020 22:19
I have been to Lanzarote four times and Gran Can three. I much prefer Lanzarote. Wouldnt go back to Gran can unless it was an amazing deal I happened across. And Furteventura I hated.
Scbchl · 10/01/2020 22:21
Just realised I was actually there 14th February last year. It was a heatwave and the hottest february they had had in either a decade or 30 years I cant remember what the woman said.
guessmyusername · 10/01/2020 22:26
I have been to several of the canary islands and Lanzarote is my favourite. Least favourite is Tenerife. We have been in March, May, August, September and October and I get sunburnt every time even with factor 50. Swam in the sea each time.
BeTheRabbit · 10/01/2020 22:28
We have to go in February though, we have a rare week off together.. And I need somewhere warm and relaxing.
Grandmi · 10/01/2020 22:30
Grancanaria..puerto de Morgan is lovely. They call it mini Venice. Stayed a radisson blu htel..fabulous!
20viona · 10/01/2020 22:32
I went lanzarote in March and it was freezing. Never again.
Wheresthebiffer2 · 10/01/2020 22:34
your weather expectations for the canaries in February are....optimistic.
it might be nice and sunny, but it is likely to be not that warm, possibly rain a bit, and if you choose Lanzarote, it will be windy.
latheritup · 10/01/2020 22:35
Gran Canaria. Lopesan Costa Meloneras
BeTheRabbit · 10/01/2020 22:36
Gran Canaria was touted as 20 degrees in Feb, which seemed warm enough to sit outside reading pleasantly. Swimming would be too cold I know, and know Lanzarote is windy. If you have any better suggestions?
stayathomegardener · 10/01/2020 22:44
Hovering as about to book Lanzarote for Dd 21st in February...
Do like Playa Blanca.
Should be some sunny days.
CBGBs · 10/01/2020 22:47
We like both but Playa Blanca in Lanzarote has stolen our hearts, nice walks, nice beaches, great variety of restaurants and shops. Very walkable so no need for a car.
Dowser · 10/01/2020 23:55
I love it
Can’t wait till March.
We’ve only been back 23 days
NaturalBornWoman · 11/01/2020 09:09
I've just come back from Lanzarote. The weather was beautiful, like a warm spring day. people swimming in the sea and our hotel pool was heated anyway. I wouldn't have chosen to go there other than to get a bit of sunshine in January and I was pleasantly surprised by both the weather and the place. We went to Playa Blanca which was very nice especially around the marina.
Lionsleepstonight · 11/01/2020 09:18
To me, Lanzarote has always been mild rather than warm. I have found memories of July last year sat on a sunbed wrapped in towels. I think I also saw the lady in the parker and was jealous!!!!
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