In Lanzarote, you will find unforgettable sights: the Timanfaya National Volcanic Park (protected by UNESCO), unusual caves, excellent beaches: a crazy combination of white sand, black volcanic ash, and reddish rocks, unusual vineyards and much more.
And surf lovers are in general grace: here is the training base for surfers La Santa. Тhere are waves of height with the house! In general, when you are there, the impression is that you are on Mars, or at least on the Moon.
We walked on hot soil … it’s almost impossible to pick up the sand – it really burns the skin. But, having admired the Martian landscapes, we wanted to go to the water.
The color of the water is unusually beautiful. The water is clear and chilly … Where are we? This is Los Hervederos, or as this place is also called – boiling water. The waves crash to the rocks, enter the caves, bubbling – it feels like water is boiling.
On the same day, we visited the salt factory.
Probably worth telling not only about volcanoes. After all, Lanzarote is not a continuous volcano. There is both civilization and vegetation.
Every evening in Lanzarote was special. There were no two identical sunsets. All different and all unusually beautiful.
There are luxurious beaches and hotels, there are small cozy beaches. I was struck by how many people here are sunbathing who are naked. I’m probably old-fashioned, but it seems to me that for “naked” and “half-naked” separate places should be allocated.
We spent a few days on the island, but it still seems to me that I didn’t see a hundredth of all the beauty…
© Fortune, 2009