Lanzarote offers a myriad of unforgettable experiences, from sun-soaked beaches to awe-inspiring volcanic panoramas, while its comfortable year-round climate makes it the ideal winter sun destination.

Where is Lanzarote?

Lanzarote is the easternmost island of Spain's Canary Islands archipelago, situated in the Atlantic Ocean. The island is located approximately 77 miles off the coast of mainland Africa; however, Spain has jurisdiction over Lanzarote, despite its location off the African coast.

Sun, Sea and Spectacular Landscapes

An extraordinary and memorable island getaway

Known for its warm climate, exceptional beaches, and UNESCO-protected Timanfaya National Park, Lanzarote effortlessly blends natural beauty with rich cultural heritage, mirroring the influence of the legendary artist César Manrique.

Where should I visit in Lanzarote?

Timanfaya National Park
El Golfo
Beautiful Beaches

Timanfaya National Park

Parque Nacional de Timanfaya, or Timanfaya National Park, is entirely composed of volcanic soil and the product of the major volcanic eruptions. The park encompasses a wide range of geological and volcanic features, including lava fields, ash-covered mountains, and crevices venting geothermal heat. For an incredible view of the park, ascend the Islote de Hilario, where you'll find the symbolic El Diablo statue, a creation of Lanzarote's celebrated artist, César Manrique.

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