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What makes Lanzarote different from the other Canary Islands?

The Canary Islands are a popular holiday destination choice but what makes Lanzarote different from the other Canary Islands? The visionary Cesar Manrique Cesar Manrique lobbied successfully to ensure that Lanzarote was not subject to numerous high rise buildings and that the exterior of the buildings are painted with traditional colours, white walls and green…

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Grand Tour Lanzarote

Grand Tour Lanzarote

We have selected the main attractions from the North and South of the island to enjoy as part of the Grand Tour of Lanzarote. Starting in the South with the stunning volcanic landscape of Timanfaya National Park, continuing on to El Golf where you will witness the vivid green lake in the sea volcano, and…

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Timanfaya National Park & The Fire Mountains

It’s not until you visit the most popular of the Lanzarote attractions, the Parque Nacional Timanfaya (Timanfaya National Park), that you realise the true beauty of Lanzarote. We approached the entrance to the Montañas del Fuego (Fire Mountains) from the direction of Tinajo, the roads were empty except for a group of cyclists, after stopping…

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South Tour of Lanzarote

The south region of Lanzarote has a diverse volcanic landscape. During this full day excursion, you will visit the Timanfaya National Park to witness the power of the volcano beneath your feet. The tour continues to explore the mysterious green lagoon at El Golfo and dramatic blow holes at Los Hervideros. The last part of…

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Express Tour of Timanfaya

Timanfaya National Park is impossible to access on public transport when visiting Lanzarote. If you haven’t hired a car and don’t want to take a full day out from your holiday to visit this number one attraction in Lanzarote, then the Timanfaya Express Tour is perfect for you. Duration: 3 hours Available from Puerto del…

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Volcanoes, Eruptions, Lanzarote

Lanzarote had volcanic eruptions for six years from 1730 to 1736 and a smaller one in 1824, its status is classed as historical and therefore dormant, although you can feel the heat under the surface at Timanfaya. The eruptions that started in 1730 lasting six years, covered the most fertile areas of the island, there…

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