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Lanzarote Travel Guide: Intriguing volcanic landscapes, uniquely preserved
Travel in comfort and style with Discount Rent A Car – whether you’re visiting the vibrant, cosmopolitan capital of Arrecife, the unspoilt beaches in the south or experiencing the stark natural beauty of Timanfaya National Park. The diverse landscapes of Lanzarote have been shaped by its volcanic origins and include mesmerising lagoons, caves, a biosphere reserve and a marine reserve.
The island boasts a warm climate, with plenty of sunshine and beaches that can be enjoyed all year round. Pick up your rental car at Arrecife airport and stay at the popular holiday hotspots in Playa Blanca, Puerto del Carmen or Costa Teguise.
Drive to Los Jameos del Agua in the north east of the island to visit natural caves, a saltwater lake and an underground auditorium (famous for its acoustics). Attractions in the south west include the striking cliffs and blowholes of Los Hervideros, the magnificent crater of El Golfo and the striking green lagoon of Lago Verde. Don’t miss the fertile vineyards in the La Geria region, which are uniquely planted in the volcanic rock.
The most unforgettable part of Lanzarote is the Timanfaya National Park, where volcanic eruptions in the 18th century dramatically transformed the landscape into a stark, fascinating moonscape. To see the craters and lava tubes up close, camel rides, coach tours and guided walks are available.
The unique influence of artist and architect César Manrique can be found all over the island, with a focus on sustainability and protecting the natural heritage of Lanzarote. The César Manrique Foundation, located in the artist’s former home in Taro de Tahíche, is a tribute to his artistic vision and dedication to preserve the island of Lanzarote in its pristine natural state.