Lanzarote

Tripoto
26th Dec 2018
Photo of Lanzarote by Danilo
Day 2

The second day wake up really early to visit the Park of Timanfaya, famous for all its vulcanoes. Is better to go early, to avoid long line. We arrived around 9 with our car. Then they let u park in a specific area and the tour run on a bus, is the only way, is forbidden to go by walk, to preserve the nature. The tour is amazing, of course would be super if u can stay in direct contact with that surface.

After this tour we went to El Golfo, another amazing place where the green lagoon is a presemt of the nature, with an unique scenery like a painting.

Not to far from El Golfo we reached Los Ervideros, another interesting place, where you can see the effect of the contact of the lava with the ocean.

Next step was the visit at the Salinas de Janubio and after this we went to have a trekking in the free area of Timanfaya Park. Our goal was to reach the vulcano Caldera Blanca, it takes 3/4 hours go and back. Wasnt the easiest ever, but when we arrived in the top thw view was fantastic.
In the night we had dinner in the centernof Arrecife.

Photo of Lanzarote, Spain by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote, Spain by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote, Spain by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote, Spain by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote, Spain by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote, Spain by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote, Spain by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote, Spain by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote, Spain by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote, Spain by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote, Spain by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote, Spain by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote, Spain by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote, Spain by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote, Spain by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote, Spain by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote, Spain by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote, Spain by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote, Spain by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote, Spain by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote, Spain by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote, Spain by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote, Spain by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote, Spain by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote, Spain by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote, Spain by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote, Spain by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote, Spain by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote, Spain by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote, Spain by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote, Spain by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote, Spain by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote, Spain by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote, Spain by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote, Spain by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote, Spain by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote, Spain by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote, Spain by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote, Spain by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote, Spain by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote, Spain by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote, Spain by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote, Spain by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote, Spain by Danilo
Day 1

Once we Arrived in Lanzarote we took a Car, rented weeks before, and we left our staff at the accomodation. Then we went to the south of the island, where there are the best beaches, one of which is Playa Papagayo.

Here u can relax and also swim, no wind thanks to the hill on both side. After we took a look around Playa blanca where we enjoyed an amazing sunset with a fantadtic view on Fuerteventura.

Photo of Lanzarote by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote by Danilo
Day 3

The third day first we went to a little village loccated in the valley of a 'Thousand Palm Trees'. Here in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries there was the tradition of planting two palm trees for each new born male child and one for each new born baby and, to date, it seems that at least part of the tradition is carried out Haria.
Then we mooved to the north of the island where on the top of the Famara Headland, at 474 meters high, there's a Mirador del Río (so it is known for the band of water so narrow as to look like a river, in Spanish "rio"), an exciting spectacle on the Atlantic Ocean and on its silver surface that extends for hundreds of kilometers under our eyes. Is one of César Manrique's most representative architectural creations.
From this viewpoint we will admire one of the most beautiful panoramic views of Lanzarote: the Graciosa island and the Promontory of Famara.
After this we went back crossing again Haria and reaching the recreational area of Bosquecillo, home of a unique treasure, another amazing panoramic view point, knowns as El Mirador Del Risco.
The Mirador del Risco, just a few metres away, offers one of the most stunning postcard views of the island: to the east, 600-metre escarpments plunging down to the Playa de Famara, and an unbeatable view of the Chinijo Archipelago to the north.

Photo of Lanzarote by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote by Danilo
Photo of Lanzarote by Danilo
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