On Lanzarote, the easternmost of the Canary Islands, you can discover all the exoticism of the most amazing volcanic locations, where the hand of man has managed to blend art and nature, creating striking sites of enormous beauty. On many of them, Cesar Manrique, Lanzarote’s most universal artist, left his indelible fingerprint converting deserts of lava into true oases of rock, water and tropical vegetation.
‘Jameos del Agua’, an intricate labyrinth of caves and volcanic tubes, is a true paradise for the senses, housing an area for leisure and culture. Here you can enjoy live music and dance in a setting which is a spectacle in itself.
The island, which was declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 1993, has become a point of reference for the world in natural architecture, and how tradition and modernity can be blended and united to give the best of themselves. Getting to know Lanzarote is an unforgettable experience. Take the Ruta de los Volcanes in the Timanfaya National Park and explore every corner of this fabulous island on foot, horseback or by bike along its attractive footpaths. Just as striking is the group of little islands known as the ‘Chinijo Archipelago’, an exceptional natural park made up of La Graciosa, Alegranza and Montaña
Clara, together with Roque del Este and Roque del Oeste.