In Lanzarote the African influence is plain to see, but it was a European - Lancelotto Malocello from Genoa - who “discovered” the island in the 14th century. The island's 795 square kilometres are a lava-formed landscape painted with the Canary Islands’ most beautiful pallet, which makes Lanzarote the perfect destination for both active and relaxing holidays. Not to mention the local specialties, where Spanish and African cuisine merge into one another, creating tasty and unique dishes.
On the island you can choose to spend your holiday in extremely relaxing resorts, or to experience adventure in the island's stunning natural landscapes, which include the lava tunnel of Atlántida, Cueva de los Verdes and Jameos del Agua, which allow for fascinating expeditions deep into the Earth. Let yourself be amazed by the charm of this wonderful island.