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Lanzarote at its purest

Timanfaya is Lanzarote's most popular tourist excursion, a breathtaking landscape that has thrilled millions of visitors. Recently, the Isla Insólita (“extraordinary island”) trips have offered a chance to see parts of the national park usually off-limits to visitors. Our correspondent went along to find out more.

La Degollada to The Picón Quarry at Maciot

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Tour guide David Penney takes us on a short but stunning walk through the ancient hills that separate Yaiza from the southern plain of Lanzarote. Photos courtesy of Liga Caica. To get to La Degollada, take the road through the…

Beaches

Lanzarote has almost three million visitors each year, attracted by the island’s beauty and gorgeous climate. Each of the resorts offers fantastic, clean beaches with lifesavers and nearby facilities, but there are also a number of…

Other Outings

Lanzarote has almost three million visitors each year, attracted by the island’s beauty and gorgeous climate. César Manrique Foundation, Tahiche Built in a lava bubble, Manrique’s first island home is utterly fascinating.…

Centres of Art, Culture and Tourism

Lanzarote has almost three million visitors each year, attracted by the island’s beauty and gorgeous climate. Mirador del Río Manrique’s spectacular viewpoint set into the Famara cliffs looks out over La Graciosa and the…

Indian Delights

Authentic Indian designed restaurant, with a magical dining experience overlooking panoramic views of the ocean in the heart of Playa Blanca. At Indian Delights we believe in signifying the varied culture of India and it's prismatic…