The islanders of Lanzarote have known how to preserve the unique marvels of their Island: beaches, rural areas, lunar-like landscapes, water-caverns,gastronomy.
What is on offer is extremely varied.......
Lanzarote has many faces!
The islands gastronomy and culture leave little to wish for. The soft Canarian climate is famous for its nearly 360 days of sunshine. This incredible rangeof touristic possibilities makes it difficult for the tourist to choose.
The islanders also know how to value and include the beauty of nature within their environment. Even today, in the area of "La Geria", the wine is still made traditionally. Art and culture standout around the island and owe their influence above all to the Islands well-known artist, Cesar Manrique.
The landscape with most impact can be found in the Fire Mountains, in the National Park of Timanfaya. The last erruption took place in 1824, however the landscape we see formed today is principally due to the erruptions between 1730 and 1736.
The Islands worth and originality have been recognised by the United Nations upon declaring the Island a Reservation of the Biosphere, and noting that the chain of Visitors Centres only re-enforce the islands own culture and are a decisive contribution to preserving the natural heritage of Lanzarote.