Lanzarote is the northernmost and easternmost island of the Canary archipelago. It is popularly known as the "island volcanoes" identifying with the volcanic mantle extending over much of its surface due to volcanic activity of the early eighteenth century.
Las Peñas del chache, located in Haria, with 671 m of altitude, is the highest peak on the island. Lanzarote in 1993 was declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO. In addition, the Red Canaria Natural Protected Areas collected in this island a total of 13 natural environments, which account for over 40% of the islands, among which the National Park Timanfaya.
Amplios y magníficos arenales, pequeñas calas, maravillosos rincones para disfrutar con familia o amigos. Lanzarote posee algunas de las mejores playas de Europa.