It is said that Lanzarote is the most volcanic-looking of the Canary Islands. Its “lunar” landscape, covered in craters, canyons and valleys of solidified lava, is one of its main attractions, but not the only one. As it is one of the Canary Islands, it is located in the Atlantic Ocean.
Lanzarote is one of the oldest of the Canaries, the result of volcanic activity that started 22 million years ago. The passing millennia have moulded its landscapes and structure, giving it truly spectacular countryside, a UNESCO designated Biosphere Reserve.
The constant warm, spring weather means you can enjoy the beauty and contrasts of its coast at any time of the year. There are beaches with black or golden sand, in the towns or in protected nature areas. There are also places of great ecological value to be discovered, such as Timanfaya National Park, where you can see a wide variety of volcanic formations, and the Chinijo Archipelago Nature Reserve, a refuge for many species of marine birds.