Lanzarote has something different that goes beyond what can be found inany sun and beach destination. Anisland where nature and art go hand in hand, where its people feel and live the commitment and pride of belonging to it, and the food tastes of the sea and the countryside, an island whose essence leaves its mark.
The conservation of cultural heritage is rooted in the history of Lanzarote and its people, and makes it a place that seems destined for dreams. In Lanzarote, their lifestyle has adapted to the volcanic conditions of the land, and they have been able to take advantage of the possibilities that the ash fields have for agriculture.
Lanzarote has something different that goes beyond
Fire and Water
Lanzarote’s unique landscape reminds you constantly a lunar beauty as the island was formed by gigantic volcanic eruptions.
It has the greatest contrast of all Canary Islands, between the largest lava fields and its paradisiacal beaches.