Lanzarote is famous for its volcanic landscapes and palm-tree-fringed beaches. Declared a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in 1993, the island has around 360 volcano cones within the Timanfaya National Park. The 4th largest of the Canary Islands, it enjoys sunny days for most of the year, with an average temperature of around 22°C. In July and August, daytime temperatures can hit 28°C and waters are nicely warm for swimming.

Lanzarote has a bohemian vibe, influenced by iconic architect and artist César Manrique. Some of the places he designed include Mirador del Rio, Al Campesino, and LagOmar Museum. The world-class vineyards of La Geria, between Uga and Teguise, are must-visits if you want to sample the best wines the region has to offer.

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  • 10 Best Places to Go Shopping in Lanzarote

    The best places to go shopping in Lanzarote include traditional local markets, shopping centres, and bustling car-free avenues. The island's colourful markets are the among best places to buy handmade craft items and souvenirs, as well as locally produced cheese, jams, and baked goods. Head to the shopping districts in the capital city of Arrecife and the island’s main tourist resort...

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  • 10 Best Things to Do After Dinner in Lanzarote

    The best things to do after dinner in Lanzarote complement the island’s serene seascapes, natural land formations, and gorgeous architecture. On a stroll, you can admire Lanzarote’s scenes that seem to come out of a painting. César Manrique’s posh architectural style has transformed this island into a luxurious paradise. Lanzarote is popular as a family holiday destination thanks to its beautiful...

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