Lanzarote is famous for its lunar landscape, the result of volcanic activity 22 million years ago. It is now covered in craters, canyons and valleys of solidified lava, which is one of its main attractions. The beaches offer a mix of black and golden sands, and a visit to Timanfaya National Park is a must with its volcanic formations, as is the Chinijo Archipelago Nature Reserve – a refuge for many species of marine birds.

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Play golf amidst lava and cactus, dive on the island’s beautiful sea bed, go deep sea fishing and surfing too – the waves here are considered some of the best in Europe.

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