Gatwick: Get flights to Spain’s islands Majorca and Lanzarote for only £9.99 this February and March on EasyJet right now

Loved for their balmy temperatures, incredible beaches and almost year-round sunshine, Spain’s Balearic Islands and Canary Islands are among the UK’s most popular holiday destinations for good reason.

Given this popularity, you can often find yourself paying through the nose for flights to particularly in-demand islands like Lanzarote, in the Balearics, or Majorca, in the Canaries.

However, if you’re looking to get away from the UK to one of these Spanish gems, now’s the time to take action.

EasyJet currently has a limited number of £9.99 plane tickets to destinations across Spain on sale during February and March – including direct flights to Lanzarote and Majorca, as well as popular mainland spot Malaga.


The dreamy island of Majorca is just over three hours from London Gatwick – and £9.99 with some of EasyJet’s current tickets.

Anyone keen to jet off to the gorgeous island of Majorca will be pleased to know that EasyJet currently has £9.99 direct flights available in both February and March.

Right now there’s tickets left for around 10 dates in February, mostly at the end of the month.

Alternatively, if you’d prefer to go out in the spring or summer months, you can currently find tickets for as low as £26.99 between April and September .

Whenever your preferred departure dates, you’ll fly from London Gatwick to Palma airport in Mallorca.

Once there, there’s plenty to do atop the scenic island, with more than 554km of glorious coastline and beaches ranging from crystal clear, white sand coves like Puerto Pollensa to the wild and rocky Cala Deià.

The popular holiday island likewise has places to stay to suit all kinds of tourists, from bustling party resorts near capital Palma to quiet retreats up in the mountains.

The flight time between London Gatwick and Majorca is roughly 3hrs 20mins.

Tickets from £9.99 here .


Lanzarote is a unique Spanish island with incredible beaches and flora and flauna.
Lanzarote is a unique Spanish island with incredible beaches and flora and flauna.

You’ll need to act fast if you want to score one of EasyJet’s cheap plane tickets to Lanzarote.

There’s currently only one March date available across the whole two months with prices as low as £9.99.

However, if you miss out on that, there’s other dates with tickets from £15.99 .

Flights take between 4hrs and 4hrs 15 mins from London Gatwick, but it’s well worth it for what’s waiting for you in Lanzarote.

The fourth largest of the Canary Islands, Lanzarote is a UNESCO-protected paradise made up of wild volcanic landscapes, sandy beaches and incredible flora and fauna.

You can expect year-round great temperatures and plenty of places to chill out in the sun.

The dramatically beautiful island is also ideal for anyone who loves activities on holiday, whether scuba diving or cycling.

Book tickets from £9.99 .


The city of Malaga is in Andalusia, southern Spain - and you can get there this March from £9.99.
The city of Malaga is in Andalusia, southern Spain – and you can get there this March from £9.99.

It’s not just Spain’s islands you can get to cheaply with EasyJet this spring – popular mainland destination Malaga is also having fun.

If you’re keen to head there for as little as £9.99, there’s a handful of dates in March, particularly towards the end of the month.

Known as Picasso’s city, Malaga is a historic port town turned artsy city that’s a real hub of culture.

It’s full of art galleries and things to do, but also has ocean views and beaches for relaxing days.

Foodies will particularly love the incredible dining scene, which includes everything from delightful street food to Michelin-starred restaurants, plus everything in between.

Sun lovers don’t need to miss out either, since Malaga gets around 320 days of sun a year.

flying from London Gatwick to Malaga takes 2hrs 45mins.

For dates or to book here.

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