Lanzarote's landscapes seem taken from another planet. That is what you will feel again in the Charco de los Clicos, a place full of contrasts right on the edge of the sea. It is a Green Lake that is located in the crater of a volcano submerged in the sea. The color of the pond contrasts with the black of the beach that is right next to it. By the way, this area is great for watching the sunset and in the town of El Golfo they eat very tasty fish.
The Park is a protected area surrounded by volcanoes and covered with lava from the eruptions that occurred there. The largest recorded eruptions in the area lasted for 6 years, between 1730 and 1736. More than 100 volcanoes became active and devastated part of the island.
The island of Lanzarote has an interesting folklore with stories, stories and myths. Some have become very popular even internationally, such as the Legend of the Devil of Timanfayain Lanzarote, in this case we are going to talk about the legend of La Olivina. If you don't know what it's about, you've come to the right place.
Arrecife, capital of Lanzarote is a small city but it encompasses the largest concentration of population on the island, you can practically walk around it, but it is especially a pleasure to walk around its bay. We anticipate that talking about the artist César Manrique here is inevitable, since his hand is also noticeable in the capital.