The fourth largest of the Canary Islands, Lanzarote offers a vast range of natural attractions and a mild year-round climate.
Popular outdoor activities include: golfing, windsurfing, diving, hiking and walking and lovers of the great outdoors are attracted to the diverse and rugged terrain in Lanzarote.
Timanfaya National Park is a volcanic landscape which has stayed much the same since it first erupted in the 1730’s. The Park covers a quarter of the island’s surface and attracts thousands of visitors each year.
Some of the best beaches in Lanzarote include those at Arrecife, where half the island’s population live, San Bartolome, Tinajo, Haria, Puerto del Carmen, Yaiza, Costa Teguise and La Graciosa.
If you are interested in art and culture, head to the Jameos del Agua on the north coast and explore the underground caves which artist Cesar Manrique converted into a bar and concert hall.
*PN = Per Night