Travel Guide of Lanzarote
Lanzarote, reasons to visit and what to see on the island of volcanoes
Lanzarote, what to see in a different and unique destination worth discovering
Lanzarote is one of the 8 Canary Islands, well known as the "Fortunate Islands", this volcanic island of Lanzarote has become one of the favourite destinations of many visitors who spend their holidays in Spain every year and choose the Canary Islands in particular as their holiday destination.
Lanzarote combines its remarkable volcanic landscape, its paradisiacal southern beaches and the excellent work of Lanzarote's people (conejeros). An example of this is the vast work of César Manrique who knew how to merge the volcanic nature of Lanzarote and the genius of man, making this place one of the places in the world that you have to visit at least once in your life.
What to see and visit in Lanzarote?
In the following lines we recommend you the places you should visit during your holidays in Lanzarote and the best way to discover them without wasting your time (queuing unnecessarily) and enjoying your holiday on the island.
That Lanzarote has one of the most impressive volcanic landscapes in the world is almost a fact. But it also has one of the most spectacular and unique national parks in Spain, Timanfaya National Park, being the epicentre of tourism in Lanzarote. How can you discover this spectacular Timanfaya National Park? The best way to do this and avoid unnecessary queues is to book one of the excursions that take you to Timanfaya: the best options for visiting it.
It goes without saying that you cannot leave Lanzarote without having admired the work of the great César Manrique. One of the clearest examples of a perfect symbiosis between the artistic creation of this Genius and the volcanic nature of Lanzarote is Jameos del Agua or La Cueva de los Verdes. We encourage you to discover the well-kept secret of this cave and once you discover it don't tell anyone, let the next visitor marvel at the same discovery for you.
Such was Cesar Manrique's dedication to Lanzarote and his vision of the conservation of the landscape of the island, that he designed his own house in a set of volcanic bubbles, which we can visit today thanks to the legacy that the César Manrique Foundation offers us.
To talk about Lanzarote is to talk about a natural spectacle, because this amazing island is a Biosphere Reserve since 1993. In addition to its enormous environmental heritage, this island is known for its territorial planning shaped by an artist. In view of this statement, nothing more can be said to try to convince you that Lanzarote is an incredible place to discover, where you can admire marvellous views as you can do at Mirador del Río, or be amazed by the image of Lago Verde - the green lagoon, something unique in a spectacular landscape.
One of the main characteristics of Canary Islands and of course of Lanzarote is the good weather that you can enjoy almost every day of the year. We name you as an example, some of the beaches that you should not miss and which are classified as some of the best beaches in Spain, such as Famara Beach or Papagayo Beaches. Also other beaches like Playa Blanca, Playa Quemada or Playa de Matagorda, are many other examples that we recommend you to discover. We invite you to visit all of them!
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