Lanzarote Island is the northernmost and easternmost island in the Canary Archipelago. Its capital is Arrecife and is located in the province of Las Palmas.
It takes its name from a Genoese sailor who visited it in the 14th century. Most noteworthy the island is home to the Parque nacional de Timanfaya, which is its greatest attraction. It is recognized as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.
We are in the land of volcanoes, transparent waters, lunar landscapes, palm groves, a land with a nature rich in contrasts.
Lanzarote Island has 5 geographical areas, houses two massifs, north Famara-Guatifay and south Los Ajaches, two areas of recent volcanoes Timanfaya and La Corona. In addition Lanzarote hosts a strip of sand through the center of the island, to end up in the north is located ‘Archipiélago Chinijo.