Lanzarote is a special island. Its volcanic landscapes contrast with the intense blue of the Atlantic Ocean, creating a unique colour palette.
This area is home to a very special natural beauty, but also the unique personality of the conejeros, as the locals as known, who have built a sustainable, eco-friendly tourism model.
Lanzarote is a Unesco biosphere reserve, where beyond the spectacular beaches you can lose yourself in seas of petrified lava at Timanfaya National Park.
And you won’t want to miss the architectural gems designed by artist César Manrique, one of the most fervent defenders of Lanzarote’s natural beauty. The spectacular Jameos del Agua are an example of the harmonious integration of nature and humanity you’ll find on the island.