Lanzarote island is the most peculiar and surprising of the Canarian islands. ‘La Isla Mítica’ offers the visitor a great variety of landscapes and attractions.
Lanzarote is pure geology, underwater and lunar landscapes, transparent waters, thirsty lands, oasis of palms, is coexistence in harmony of man and nature. A land of contrasts, the easternmost of the Canary Islands, at a distance of 1000 km from the Iberian Peninsula and 140 from the African coast.
Declared a “Biosphere Reserve” by UNESCO in 1993, Lanzarote is home to beautiful landscapes: volcanoes of the Timanfaya National Park, vineyards of “La Geria”, golden sand beaches of Papagayo, cactus fields in the area Of Mala and the impressive Risco de Famara with its endless beach.
The annual average temperature is 21 ° C, the sky of Lanzarote adorns blue every day and at night, the firmament is stained by the clear light of the resplendent moon. A wonderful island that you must discover.