There is something about Arrecife that struck me, something that left me intrigued and hit: maybe because of the low season I found an almost empty city… Very few tourists, but even the locals I thought were not in town! The general idea that I made of it is an empty city; perhaps because of…Continue Reading
There are many things to see in Lanzarote, and many places have been created by nature: wind, lava and sea have created a view that leaves you breathless and catches everyone’s attention. I decided, today, to take you for a ride to some beaches and caves of Lanzarote: places that struck me, some more and…Continue Reading
The Timanfaya National Park, located in the south-western area of Lanzarote, covers an area of about 51 km². The area was “born” because of the volcanic eruption that lasted from 1730 to 1736: first, there were villages and vegetation, now there are volcanoes and an infinite expanse of lava.
Haria is a small, extraordinary and “traditional” country located in the hinterland of Lanzarote.
The road to get to the city is all curves, and the steep gradient makes it a very impressive and special route for the view it offers (but no, you can…Continue Reading
Today I want to tell you about five places to see in Lanzarote, an island that has a lot to offer regarding places to discover to understand its history and the power of nature that populates the island itself.
I begin…Continue Reading
Teguise is a town located in the centre of Lanzarote, north of Arrecife and south of Haría. More significant than I imagined (the municipality has 21.152 inhabitants) and, perhaps thanks to the very rainy day atmosphere, the town struck me for the atmosphere that seemed almost surreal.