The island of the moonlike landscapes
Lanzarote is one of those places that you fall in love with, that stay with you and that you never forget. We will be delighted to help you make your visit to Lanzarote an unforgettable experience: do not hesitate to ask us for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org to book your tours and excursions around the island to discover it by the hand of expert guides and live unique experiences on the island of Lanzarote.
Its amazing landscapes, the contrast of its colours, its paradisiacal beaches, its gastronomy, its handicrafts, its excellent climate all year round...
The perfect destination to enjoy life and nature. A place you will always want to return to.
A destination that will never cease to surprise you.
See you in paradise.
Discover these heavenly beaches
Papagayo beach, declared the most beautiful beach in Spain by Condé Nast Traveler's magazine, is one of the wonderful beaches that run for a kilometer and a half in the Los Ajaches Natural Park, in southern Lanzarote. Golden sand and crystal clear waters make up a dreamlike landscape in a natural setting.
What if you could travel to the moon?
Some extraordinary moonlike landscapes that date back to the last volcanic eruption that took place in Lanzarote, in 1824.
A must-see visit
Made up of the same lava tube whose origin is found in the Volcán de la Corona, in the Malpaís named after it, Jameos del Agua and Cueva de los Verdes are a must-see visit on the island of Lanzarote. Los Jameos del Agua, one of the star creations of local architect and artist César Manrique, is a fusion of art and nature for a unique result. The Cueva de los Verdes was enabled and decorated for visits by Jesús Soto, a follower of César Manrique. An experience blending perfectly lava, lights and sounds.
A stunning viewpoint to the neighboring Island of La Graciosa, the eighth island of the Canary Islands.
The only underwater museum in Europe
Designed by artist Jason De Cairnes, the Museo Atlántico (Atlantic Museum) is a collection of statues with a strong environmental and artistic message. Located in the town of Playa Blanca, in southern Lanzarote, it is the only underwater museum in Europe.
Its peaceful dunes and long beach with ideal waves for surfers of all levels make Famara a peaceful haven and one of the best places on the island from which to enjoy spectacular sunsets.