Lanzarote is an island characterised by lovely beaches and awe-inspiring volcanic landscapes. The so-called Island of Eternal Spring, this is an island long associated with beauty and restoration, even reaching mythic proportions at various times throughout history. Little wonder then that much of the island’s history involves warring over these fertile and scenic lands. Tragedy has certainly ensued, given the history of war and slave trading. Then again, the island has also recovered a great deal, eventually becoming a worldwide popular tourist attraction.
People who live here love the environment, the warm weather, the delicious food and the very prominent Spanish culture. It is an island of play, particularly in water sports, of fine dining, and a historical site that gives you plenty to look at. There are actually about eight beach destinations within the island, including Arrecife, San Bartolomé, Tinajo, Haría, Puerto Del Carmen, Tías, Yaiza, Costa Teguise And La Gr