Canary Islands - Lanzarote (PDF Chapter)
This is the Lanzarote chapter from Lonely Planet’s Canary Islands guidebook.
Intimately intertwined with the legacy of 20th-century lanzaroteño artist and environmentalist César Manrique, Lanzarote is an intriguing island with an utterly extraordinary geology of 300 volcanic cones, eerie blackened lava fields and the occasional bucolic, palm-filled valley.
- marvel at the otherworldly lavascapes of the Parque Nacional de Timanfaya
- escape to Isla Graciosa’s empty beaches
- taste the fruits of volcanic vines
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Central Lanzarote, Arrecife, Costa Teguise, Teguise, San Bartolomé, Tiagua, Lanzarote’s Wine Country, Parque Nacional de Timanfaya, Northern Lanzarote, Arrieta, Malpaís de la Corona, Órzola, Mirador del Río, Haría, La Caleta de Famara, Isla Graciosa, Southern Lanzarote, Puerto del Carmen, Yaiza, El Golfo, Playa Blanca, Punta del Pa-pagayo.
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