Exploring the history of Lanzarote’s Sea Salt

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Sea salt is a local product here on Lanzarote, made and packaged on the island, where sea water, sunshine and wind power are plentiful. Here's the history of Lanzarote's sea salt, from ancient salinas to gourmet flor de sal.

The fascinating history of Famara’s landscape

Famara is perhaps the most inspiring landscape on Lanzarote, an eternal source of inspiration for artists and dreamers.

Uncovering the mystery behind Costa Teguise’s strange sculpture

Playa de las Cucharas is Costa Teguise’s largest beach, a 650-metre stretch of toasted, golden sand sheltered by a large bay and is guarded by a strange, unmissable sculpture that can be seen by everyone in the area.

The Hoopoe: One of Lanzarote’s most distinctive birds

The hoopoe is one of the most distinctive and unforgettable birds on Lanzarote – once seen, never forgotten.

Haeckel’s Lanzarote expedition

Did Lanzarote help to inspire some of the most beautiful art in 20th century Europe, as well as its most infamous ideology? The answer lies in a visit four men made to the island almost 150 years ago.

Who were the Mahos?

Recent excavations in the areas of Zonzamas and San Marcial del Rubicon near Papagayo beach have renewed interest in Lanzarote's original natives, the Mahos.