Rural Tourism in Lanzarote
The natural landscape of Lanzarote is undoubtedly the most unique of the Canary Islands. The dramatic volcanic landscapes, the uniqueness of its farming lands and the effect of the sea on its coast give a special charm to this island. Lanzarote was granted World Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 1993 in order to protect the natural values of the destination. The cultural values and traditions of the local community are preserved and can be enjoyed by visitors in the varied rural areas and white washed villages.
Away from the beach tourist resorts, the rural houses and rural hotels give the opportunity to discover Lanzarote from a different angle and relax in unique landscapes.