valleys in the north, endless
sandy beaches, volcanic landscape
in the south and the unique
vine-yards of La Geria are making
Lanzarote the probably most varied
1974 the island was dedicated to "Reserva
de la Biosfera" by UNESCO.
From lively tourist-centres to the
almost uninhabited and arid
national park Timanfaya you will
find here almost everything.
The island is very poor in rain,
the spartanic landscape formed by
wind, ocean and-most important -
by volcanic actions.