Discover Lanzarote

February 04, 2018
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Lanzarote is the easternmost island of the archipelago of the Canary Islands, in the Atlantic Ocean, and a real paradise on Earth. Its 21 ° C average temperature is just one of the reasons why, throughout the year, crowds of tourists decide to rent a holiday home in Lanzarote. But there are many more reasons to travel to Lanzarote. If you want to find out about them, read on.


Lanzarote: a wonderful island

A feature that differs Lanzarote from other islands is its volcanic mantle, fruit of strong volcanic activity which the island suffered at the beginning of the 18th century. A mantle that Lanzarote extends across its surface. Not without reason, Lanzarote is popularly known as the island of the volcanoes. This peculiarity of the terrain will make us feel as if we were astronauts walking on another planet.

In addition, in Lanzarote is located the National Park of Timanfaya, declared biosphere reserve by the Unesco in 1993. In the mountains of fire we will feel as if we were walking on the moon.

The beaches, as the Caletón Blanco, also are something out of the ordinary. With generally calm waters and an average temperature of 19 ° C, this fantastic beaches invite to dive or to enjoy nautical sports. It is understandable that lots of tourists decide to spend their holiday in Lanzarote, and enjoy the sea and water sports at any time of the year.


Not only a pleasure for the eyes. Beyond the landscapes of Lanzarote

But as well for the stomach. In Lanzarote you can taste traditional dishes seemingly with a simple appearance, but made with raw materials of first quality. Perhaps its best-known dish is ‘las papas arrugadas’ or wrinkled potatoes, but its meat and fish stand out on a very high culinary level. All perfectly accompanied by local wines, the best of what you can try, like the malvasia wine.


And more, and more… Much more on the island of the volcanoes

You can also enjoy touring its caves of the Greens, walking through villages of white streets as beautiful as the Teguise, visit castles such as Santa Barbara and San Jose, discover the archipelago last salina: the Salinas de Janubio, and a long list of much more things to do.

Still not have decided to rent a villa in Lanzarote? Hurry up and don’t miss out this magnific chance.


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