Lanzarote’s landscape is one of the most dramatic and spectacular in the world. At the heart of the island’s unique and imposing landscape is the Timanfaya National Park, home of the ‘Mountains of Fire.’
Drenched in sun and enveloped in the most glorious sandy beaches is Lanzarote, located off the coast of West Africa. As part of the Canary Islands, Lanzarote is in good company when it comes to stunning sunny beach destinations for travellers seeking to escape the everyday grind.
With a pleasant year-round climate blessed with warm water temperatures, a periphery that combines sheltered bays with exposed, windy beaches, not to mention incredible visibility, Lanzarote has long been a favourite destination for water sport enthusiasts.
Asides the onset of warm weather, significantly lighter evenings and the buds of spring beginning to emerge, the month of March means one thing on Lanzarote – the Lanzarote Carnival.
Lanzarote is an island like no other. The appeal of this beautiful Canary Island, not far from the coast of West Africa, is its unique and spectacular volcanic landscape.
If you’re looking for memorable and unique things to do in Lanzarote – that the whole family will enjoy – make a visit to Jameos del Agua part of your holiday itinerary.
The beautiful Puerto Calero is just a short distance from Lanzarote’s lively town of Puerto del Carmen and just 10km from Arrecife Airport on the island’s south-west coast.
The beautiful island of Lanzarote is awash with interesting and picturesque villages and towns steeped in history, culture and tradition. One charming village in the north of Lanzarote is Guatiza, a small and tranquil settlement, most famed for its Cactus Garden.
If you’re wanting a lively holiday where there is plenty going on and you can almost guarantee beautiful blue skies and scorching temperatures, the characterful town of Tahiche in Lanzarote could be your ideal destination.
Lanzarote has many hidden natural treasures for discerning travellers to explore, and none more so than the half-submerged volcano, known as El Golfo. Over the centuries the volcano has been slowly eroded by the sea, leaving a magnificent wall of a crater adorned in tones of autumnal oranges and reds.