Lanzarote, "the volcano island", has been declared Reserve of the Biosphere by the UNESCO. This place is pure magic: natural paradisiacal landscapes where the golden sand meets the crystal-clear waters of the Atlantic, wild volcanic scenes and a unique tropical vegetation. This island is pure contrast, it is fusion of art and nature. It is a place of moon-like landscapes of an unrivalled beauty.
With its average annual temperature of 22° C, Lanzarote is the perfect place for practicing water sports. Its sea bottom enjoys a great biodiversity of an incalculable value, which has led to its denomination of Marine Reserve. The coves, bays and shores of an exceptional beauty that guard Lanzarote are a must for those who just want to enjoy a refreshing dip. The caleta de Famara (Famara´s cove) or the famous beaches of Papagayo are just a few examples of it.
In Lanzarote you will find the impressive works of art-nature of César Manrique, such as the Jameos del Agua or the Mirador del Río. Nevertheless, if there is an emblematic place of Lanzarote, the worthy ambassador of the dreamed land, that's the Timanfaya National Park. This impressive and mysterious place was declared a National Park and Reserve of the Biosphere by UNESCO, among others.