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Located in the Timanfaya National Park, Caldera Blanca is the widest volcanic cone on the island. If you're planning to hike to the crater, we recommend wearing ROWSE's SPF30 Mineral Sunscreen and walking shoes.
The black volcanic soil in Lanzarote is covered by lapilli or “picón”, which is lava material that falls out of the air during a volcanic eruption.
The Mirador del Río is one of César Manrique's most representative creations. From this viewpoint sculpted into the rock you can get a glimpse of the island of La Graciosa.
Eguzkine Zerain's workshop in Teseguite. Her ceramics are inspired by the colours and textures of the island.
Gonzalo Bethencourt, who runs Buenavista Lanzarote, grows vines and vegetables in the traditional way.
Founded by Gonzalo Bethencourt and his family as an ecolodge, Buenavista Lanzarote Country Suites is the perfect place to stay.
The Timanfaya National Park offers breathtaking views of the dormant volcanoes in Lanzarote.
Monument to the Peasant, by César Manrique, is a tribute to local islanders who worked to bring to life the Lanzarote landscape. Jameos del Agua was the first Art, Cultural and Tourist centre created by Manrique.
The Green Lagoon, also known as El Golfo. Algae growth is responsible for its distinct color which contrasts beautifully with the black sand of the beach and the blues of the sea and sky.
The Cactus Garden holds more than 1,400 species of cacti from all over the world.