The island of Lanzarote, geographically located further north than the other islands, offers a very mild climate, mild and pleasant winters (average temperature around 21 degrees) and hot and sunny summers (average temperatures around 27 degrees).
The rains are very sporadic and are determined by the disturbances that the island goes through in autumn and winter.
In the inner zones, the heights reach a few hundred meters (maximum 600-700 meters); in the highest points, the landscapes are greener and create the conditions for the formation of fog and mist that, when condensed, create an ideal habitat for cultivation.
Lanzarote, like all the Canary Islands, is also affected by the phenomenon of "calima", a wind from the neighbouring African deserts, which carries with it suspended sand, which generates an anomalous heat and fog.
The island is particularly exposed to the trade winds that blow with a certain constancy, especially in the afternoon, all year round; the waves they generate are particularly appreciated by surfing and sailing lovers.
Below are the weekly weather forecasts, which cover some specific places to give an overview of the situation of Lanzarote as a whole.