Destination between two islands
The island of the senses
Lanzarote is pure geology, submarine and lunar landscapes, transparent waters, parched lands, palm-tree oasis, it is co-existence in harmony with mankind and nature. Undoubtedly, a land of contrasts. It is the most easterly of the Canary Islands and is clearly identified by its large amount of volcanoes that expand over it due to the vast volcanic activity that took place at the start of the XVIII century.
An eternal spring, the average annual temperature is 21° C, adorning each day on Lanzarote with a blue sky and, at night, the sky is tinged with the clear light of the shining moon.
On the Canary Islands the summers are pleasant and the winters are very mild. An eternal spring of sunny days, blue skies and stable temperatures without great changes throughout the year.
The climate on the Canary Islands is unique, special;
the best climate in the world.
Lanzarote is 1000 km from the Iberian Peninsula and 140 km from the coast of Africa. It has a surface area of 845,93 km. and a population of 135.000 inhabitants.
In the north of the island we find the islets and the smaller islands: La Graciosa, Alegranza, Montaña Clara, Roque del Este and Roque del Oeste.