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LANZAROTE

Lanzarote, the black island has the most particular landscape of the archipelago. A landscape surrounded by lava and volcanos. Lanzarote has been declared “biosphere reserve” by UNESCO.

In the northern part of the island a concentration of small islets (La Graciosa, Montaña Clara, Roque del Este and Roque del Oeste)  form the so called Chinijo archipelago.

La Graciosa, islet that can be reached by only 20 minutes of ferry-boat, is ideal for having a bath or for walking along its beaches of crystal-clear waters.
Its climate with a yearly average temperature of 22° and its beaches of Papagayo, Playa Blanca and Guacimeta are a reason for returning every year, even in the heart of winter.

A visit at the Timanfaya park, in the center of the island is a must for its volcanos route, where the majesty of colours and the volcanic landscape recall to visitors settings of world’s very beginning.
The popular bright architecture is points out its white-green buildings over black volcanic lava grounds.



If Lanzarote has preserved its fascination it’s thanks to César Manrique, the artist that has been able to join and to point out the naturalness of the island with the native architecture in a harmonic and special way enabling Lanzarote to be unique.

Among the places to be visited, there are: El Mirador del Rio (from where it is possible to see the island of  la Graciosa ) the Jameos del Agua, La Cueva de Los Verdes, El Jardin de Los Càctus, Los Hervideros , La Fundaciòn Manrique in Teguise and Arrecife the capital.



Though the water shortage, Lanzarote is offers the necessary conditions for vine-growing, producing wines of excellent quality such as the famous Malvasìa of very fine aroma.

Lanzarote offers the opportunity to practice sport enjoying the natural environment : Hiking, sailing, diving,  water skiing, windsurfing, golf, cycling, horse riding.

Leave your troubles at the boarding gate and head for a destination full of energy and relaxing at the same time.
Head for Lanzarote.