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The Volcanic Island of Enchantment

Lanzarote is a volcanic island in the Canary Islands, off the coast of Africa. It is known for its unique landscape, which was shaped by a series of eruptions in the 1700s. The island is home to a variety of volcanic formations, including lava fields, craters, and cones. In addition to its volcanic landscape, Lanzarote is also known for its beautiful beaches, its mild climate, and its vibrant culture. The island is a popular destination for tourists from all over the world, who come to enjoy its natural beauty, its laid-back atmosphere, and its many activities.

Hikes by bikes - Visit Timanfaya National Park. This park is home to a vast expanse of lava fields, which were created by the eruptions in the 1700s. Visitors can take a guided tour of the park, or explore it on their own. Or go hiking in the Caldera de Taburiente, this volcanic caldera is one of the largest in the world. There are several hiking or cycling trails that lead through the caldera, offering stunning views of the surrounding landscape.

Puerto Del Carmen, Lanzarote
Puerto Del Carmen, Lanzarote

Time to relax - Lanzarote has a number of beautiful beaches, including Papagayo Beach, Playa Blanca, and Playa de Famara. The island is relatively small, so you can easily get around by car or bus.

Go windsurfing or kitesurfing - Like other eastern candy islands (Fuerteventura) Lanzarote is a great place to go windsurfing or kitesurfing. The strong winds that blow across the island make it a perfect place for these activities.

Visit the César Manrique Foundation - This foundation is dedicated to the work of César Manrique, a famous Spanish artist who was born in Lanzarote. The foundation houses a number of Manrique's works, as well as a museum about his life and work. Fun fact: The airport is named after him!

Lanzarote is a truly unique island, with a lot to offer visitors. Whether you're interested in its volcanic landscape, its beautiful beaches, or its vibrant culture, you're sure to find something to love on Lanzarote.

Additional information:

Getting there: Lanzarote has a centrally located airport and port making it accessible by air or sea. It is covers from origins across the UK by several low cost airlines.

Visas: Citizens of most countries do not need a visa to visit Spain for a stay of up to 90 days.

Currency: The currency of Spain is the Euro.

Language: The official language of Spain is Spanish, but English is widely spoken.

Time zone: Lanzarote is in the time zone as the UK.

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