The island of volcanoes
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Lanzarote is a small volcanic island located in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Morocco. It belongs to Spain and measures 60 kilometers from north to south and 25 kilometers from west to east. Lanzarote is part of the Canary Islands archipelago which makes it a popular holiday destination for those who want to explore the extraordinary volcanic landscapes and soak up the sun, especially during winter.
Why is a visit to Lanzarote a great idea?
Do you associate the Canary islands with never ending sun, picturesque beaches and fancy cocktails you can sip on while admiring the views? Everything mentioned above is correct, however, there’s more to Lanzarote than the attractions listed above. So why is it worth visiting this island?
It’s a perfect spot for raw nature lovers who should definitely go to Timanfaya National Park full of volcanoes. Are you scared? Don’t worry, the volcanoes erupted for the last time in 1824. The eruptions between 1730-1736 created the impressive basalt landscape that covers a quarter of the island and is a national park today. It’s definitely an ideal destination for all daredevils willing to see the island from a different perspective.
We have something to offer also to those who don’t have green fingers and whose houses are packed with cacti, the most undemanding plants. Jardín de Cactus is an outstanding garden near Guatiza. It’s full of cacti of every size and shape which makes it an attractive travel destination for people who appreciate the increasing popularity of succulents.
It’s not only about the views
Lazy holidays are perfect if you want to unwind after busy days at work. However, people leading active lifestyles may find the perspective of spending a few days lying on the beach quite daunting. Does Lanzarote offer any other attractions apart from outstanding views and pleasant sunlight?
Of course! Tequise used to be Lanzarote’s capital for 450 years. It’s the oldest settlement in the Canaries found in 1402. The place is full of charming, white buildings and palm trees. On Sundays, there’s a unique market where you can buy local cheese and handmade leather bags.
Every marine life admirer has to visit Museo Atlántico, the Europe’s first underwater museum located near Marina Rubicon. It’s decorated with cement figures and sculptures made by Jason deCaires Taylor. Drifting among the thought-provoking sculptures a few meters under the water enables to see nature from a completely different perspective.
Looking for a cozy spot where you can spend a relaxing evening? Jameos del Agua caves are a unique underground location with a restaurant and auditorium where you can snack on tasty local dishes and enjoy the intimate atmosphere.
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Thanks to our airport and intercity transfers you can comfortably travel from Lanzarote airport to Playa Blanca, Puerto Calero, Costa Teguise or Puerto del Carmen.
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