Next to unusual landscapes formed by volcanic caves, lava lakes and craters lie beaches of golden sand and transparent waters. Moreover, this spectacular natural heritage has been jealously preserved by the people of Lanzarote, and it is not in vain that the island was declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 1993. In Lanzarote we can find everything from the hustle and bustle of the most touristy towns, with their unbeatable hotels and recreational areas, to untouched landscapes, corners with no sign of human footprint, and solitary islets where you can enjoy the silence.


There are places in the world that are special. Lanzarote has something different that goes beyond what can be found in any sun and beach destination. An island where nature and art go hand in hand, a place where its people feel and live the commitment and pride of belonging to it, where the food tastes of the sea and the countryside, an island whose essence leaves its mark.

The landscape of Lanzarote is drawn in harmony with nature, and from every corner of the island you can enjoy its endless views. When you've gone home, you'll want to come straight back.

Puerto del Carmen

Puerto del Carmen is one of the cities on the island of Lanzarote with the most tourist activity throughout the year. We encourage you to visit its promenade. A long avenue with a wide variety of shops and restaurants.

Puerto del Carmen has a very quiet atmosphere, but also one of the areas with the most leisure and entertainment activities in Lanzarote. An ideal destination for families and groups of friends.

Parque Nacional de Timanfaya

A mandatory visit and that you cannot miss if you come on vacation to Lanzarote is the Timanfaya National Park. One of the most impressive landscapes on the island. It is a National Park where you will not only enjoy spectacular views, but you can also let yourself be carried away by the essence of Lanzarote.

It is a volcanic landscape with a total absence of vegetation and in which you will be able to appreciate an authentic landscape wonder full of colors and volcanic silhouettes.

The island of La Graciosa

The island of La Graciosa, in Lanzarote, is a marine reserve. It is the largest marine reserve in Europe. It is located in the so-called Chinijo Archipelago formed by several islets with the island of La Graciosa as the protagonist.

We encourage you to take one of the scheduled excursions to La Graciosa and let yourself be surprised by its marine fauna and endemic species.

Jameos del Agua

Jameos del Agua is one of those visits that are not forgotten. They are located inside a volcanic tunnel formed naturally by the eruptions that were produced by the Corona volcano. It is, without a doubt, one of those wonders that nature offers us with a unique geological formation, to say the least.

You can visit the Jameos del Agua on your holidays in Lanzarote, but check their seasonal opening hours beforehand.

The weather in Lanzarote

Thanks to its geographical location, Lanzarote has a warm climate throughout the year with an average annual temperature of about 21ºC.

Being the easternmost of the Canary Islands, and the closest to the African continent, in Lanzarote there is little rain and the sun shines practically all year round. This privileged climate has made it one of the most sought-after sun vacation destinations.


Set aside a few days to explore the island of Lanzarote. Our island is full of things to do and see, from charming villages and amazing volcanic landscapes to impressive hiking trails and the famous work adn design of César Manrique.

We recommend that you do some of these excursions and that you enjoy hiking with some of the best-known trekking routes on the island to get to know Lanzarote in the best possible way. Let yourself be enveloped by the scenic beauty of the island.


Calle Anzuelo, 23. 35510
Puerto del Carmen, Lanzarote



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