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Lanzarote (Island)


Lanzarote

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  • La Francesa beach, Chinijo Archipelago, La Graciosa (Lanzarote)

Lanzarote is said to be the most volcanic-looking of the Canary Islands. A genuine lunar landscape covered with craters, gorges and solidified valleys of lava.Read more...

This is one of the oldest of the Canary Islands, and the result of the volcanic activity that started in this area of the Atlantic Ocean 22 million years ago. Its natural attractions and spectacular landscapes have earned it the designation of Biosphere Reserve from the UNESCO. With its year-round pleasant temperatures and beaches of black or golden sand, the coastline in both the towns and cities and in its protected natural areas is one of the island's greatest attractions. You'll also find surprising places of outstanding ecological value such as the Timanfaya National Park, with its great variety of volcanic formations, and the Chinijo Archipelago Nature Reserve, now a refuge for many species of marine birds. The Los Verdes and the Jameos del Agua caves are other interesting places worth visiting. You can learn more about Lanzarote and its attractive volcanic landscape through its Art, Culture and Tourism Centres: a total of seven sites, each one different, to give you an all-round view of the local culture. To move around the island we recommend renting a car or using the buses known popularly as 'gua-guas'.


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Lanzarote (Island)


Lanzarote (Island)


Lanzarote (Island)


Lanzarote (Island)


Lanzarote (Island)