Lanzarote is pure geology, submarines scenerys and moonlike landscape, transparent water, thirsty earth, with oasis of palm trees coexisting in harmony with both, man and nature. Lanzarote offers a landscape to enjoy all year round, sunny days, delicious beaches, beautiful and exotic volcanic valleys. To arrive on Lanzarote, means to have chosen a privileged destination.
Lanzarote has more than 100 opened mouthed volcanoes in 800 square kilometres or petrify rivers of black liquorice looking lava flow, without fumes, an architecture in peaceful silence, full of charm. Pure and spontaneous beauty. The Wisdom formed by centuries. To respect its landscape with delight and admire its past. The light that reflects everything.
Mere words are not enough to describe the magic mistery of Lanzarote, even after having been on the Island, you will doubt if the Island is real, an hallucionation or a mirage.
There are a lot of surprising and tempting places to capture the imagination of travellers. Each one of the seven municipalitys which divide the Island, are connected with the sea, each has more than one secret, and we are invited to discover them.
In Lanzarote thirteen have been declared Protected Natural Areas, with the Timanfaya National Park in particular standing out, recognized as such in 1974. The total area covered is about 35,029 hectares, representing 41% of the island, being Yaiza the town with more surface under any figure of protection. Lanzarote was declared a
Do not forget to visit these places so important in the island.
Spots of interest
In Lanzarote are seven municipalities. Another way to know in depth the island is visiting what is offered by each of them: