Lanzarote is often compared to Mars and the Moon. After seeing the island’s imposing jagged volcanic rock landscapes you quickly realise why.
Born out of violent fiery eruptions from the ocean floor, the easternmost and fourth-largest of the Canary Islands first emerged from the sea more than 15 million years ago.
From the solidified lava fields of Montañas del Fuego to the Atlantida volcanic tunnel (the longest in the world at more than 7km), and from the spectacular multi-coloured landscapes of Timanfaya National Park to the imposing boulders of El Golfo Beach, Lanzarote is emblematic of nature’s striking power and beauty.Search Flights To Lanzarote Cheap Flights To Lanzarote
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