Lanzarote is popularly known as "the island of volcanoes" because of its great volcanic activity. An interesting fact that highlights its beauty is that it is a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO since 1993.
Timanfaya National Park, located in the area of Yaiza and Tinajo. It represents one of the best examples of volcanic habitat not only in the Canary Islands but throughout Europe. A place where human presence has been practically nul... Continue reading Lanzarote, Fire Island