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Hotels in Lanzarote

Hotels in Lanzarote

Holidays in Lanzarote amidst stunning volcanic landscapes

Days of relaxation on the island with a heart of fire

Nature, minimalism, art and tradition. There is no corner of this island that is not dotted with the wild beauty of its volcanic nature and its rich historical and cultural heritage. Lanzarote is a very unique Atlantic pearl. It is black and reddish, floating in the crystal clear waters of an ocean that has been the gateway for travellers from all corners of the world since ancient times.

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Lanzarote

Lanzarote is the easternmost island in the Canary Islands and one of the most interesting from a geological point of view. Places such as the Parque Nacional de Timanfaya (Timanfaya National Park) or the volcano and rugged land of volcanic origin of La Corona are the reflection of a past involving great volcanic activity. The most recent eruptions are relatively new, as just 300 years ago the land opened up in Timanfaya, causing torrents of lava that for more than ten days were in charge of shaping the island's new landscape.

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Parque Nacional de Timanfaya (Timanfaya National Park)

Rocks and ash of volcanic origin stain the rugged landscape of the southwestern coast of Lanzarote black. The island's heart of fire is latent under the rugged skin of Timanfaya, one of the most relevant examples of volcanism in the whole Macaronesian Region. As it is a protected area, visits to the Montañas del Fuego (Mountains of Fire) are carried out through pre-established routes on a bus that crosses the breathtaking landscapes of the so-called Ruta de los Volcanes (Volcano Route).

Jameos del Agua

The eruptions of the Volcán de La Corona (Crown Volcano) are the origin of this unique geological formation whose interior is characterised by a salt water lake. The Jameos del Agua, in the town of Arrieta, are named after the blind crabs or jameitos, one of the many endemic species that live in the clear and transparent waters of this cave, the first Art, Culture and Tourism Centre created by César Manrique.

Mirador del Río (El Río Viewpoint)

Among the many artistic and architectural creations that make up the legacy of César Manrique on the island is this impressive viewpoint. From the top of the Risco de Famara (cliffs of Famara), in the north of the island and 474 metres above sea level, you can enjoy exclusive views of the formations that make up the Chinijo archipelago: the islets of Alegranza, Montaña Clara, Roque del Este and Roque del Oeste and the island of La Graciosa, the only inhabited one.

Cueva de Los Verdes (Green Caves)

Lanzarote's eruptive activity has left geological examples of outstanding beauty spread throughout the island. One of them is the mythical Cueva de los Verdes, a very specific part of the tunnel formed by the Volcán de la Corona. A hiding place from pirate attacks in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, a refuge for cattle and a natural sanctuary, this volcanic formation is now a chromatic paradise of light and shadow that amazes visitors.  

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