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Lanzarote, A Volcanic Paradise

Lanzarote is one of the wildest and best-preserved islands in the Canary archipelago. Its highlights, nature, and art, perfectly blend to shape a unique landscape that will make you feel that you have been transported into another universe.

With a warm temperature the whole year long (average 19.5º C / 67º F), it outstands as one of the most romantic destinations, but also as one of the most adventurous spots.

Regardless of whether you prefer large beaches with golden sand and turquoise water, little coves with iconic black volcanic sand or natural pools, Lanzarote has them all. Its beaches are perfect to relax and to enjoy some intimate time with your beloved ones, but also to enjoy some thrilling water sports.

Here, you will be able to surf, kitesurf or windsurf some of the most powerful waves in Europe, enjoy an unforgettable day or sunset sailing, or dive into the deep sea and explore the incredible fauna and volcanic landscape underwater.

One of the main attractions of this island is without any doubt the unique artwork of Cesar Manrique, a worldwide renowned local artist who managed to create art spaces that perfectly bring nature and art together under the sole philosophy and aim to show that an intervention can also be sustainable. Indeed, the island is one of the most sustainable travel destinations in the world and for this reason, it became the first destination in the world to receive Biosphere Responsible Tourism certification.

This island is also a natural volcanic paradise. Timanfaya National Park is an otherworldly beauty. Get ready to immerse yourself into a lunar landscape, with no vegetation at all, extremely rugged terrain, and a variety of colors and silhouettes which make this place outstanding. We are sure that you will love to explore this and some other volcanic marvels such as the incredibly long lava tunnel La Cueva de Los Verdes with our local guides on a comfortable luxury van or on a 4×4 off-the-beaten-track safari tour.

You can’t leave the island without having a stroll around its charming villages, such as Arrecife, Teguise…, as well as around its local markets, where you will be able to get to know the local artisans and purchase their local produce, crafts, etc.

And if you are a wine lover, we’ll take you to La Geria, where you will discover a one-of-a-kind way to grow the vineyards and elaborate excellent wines. 

To put the icing on the cake, a couple more islands can be reached as a day trip from Lanzarote. One is La Graciosa, where nature prevails and time stands still. In fact, it is the only place with no paved roads as well as the largest protected marine area in Europe. The other one is the idyllic island of Fuerteventura, which boasts some of the most beautiful white-sand beaches and it’s the mecca for surf lovers.

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