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Nowhere else is the power of nature to create and to destroy more apparent than on Lanzarote. On this island that captivates visitors with its dramatic scenery, picturesque villages and unique style, probably the toughest Ironman race in the world is held every year.

Déšt je zde obrovskou vzácností a tak se jezdí po perfektne suchém povrchu jeepových cest a singltracku klikatících se lávovými poli i po útesech s fantastickými výhledy (© Michael Pokorny).

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Exploring Lanzarote's Hidden Treasures
Lanzarote is one of the Canary Islands and attracts visitors throughout the year. Lanzarote is a popular holiday destination for many reasons and not just the weather. This island is famous for volcanic landscapes, amazing flora and fauna, sandy beaches, tasty, local cuisine and is ideal for families. The island became popular with holidaying families in the 1980s and has remained one of the most favourable places to visit for over 30 years. Lanzarote is the most easterly situated of the Canary Islands and has contrasting attractions. With its volcanoes that smatter the island, if you're interested in geology, then Lanzarote has so much to offer. Not only volcanoes, which give the island a moon like appearance, clear, warm, waters to swim in and the most beautiful thing about Lanzarote is the locals, who welcome tourists who swamp the residents of this tiny island, who maintain the culture well. While tourism is the main economy of the island, the locals are very protective of their culture and the local council have preserved the natural beauty of the island. Research will refine your visit and you can plan your trip before you book which will give you a tailor made holiday. Resorts such as Puerto del Carmen and Costa Teguise are developed to welcome tourists and there is no shortage of what holidaymakers enjoy. Wonderful, unspoilt beaches are in abundance and there is plenty on offer for arranged water sports, and gaining a fabulous tan. It is also best to check with your accommodation hosts to check where swimming is safe due to the tides. Little inlets are scattered and those can offer a whole area which can mean privacy and time to take in the stunning scenery of cliffs and volcanic views. Experiencing the local shopping is a must and go hungry, local cuisine aromas surround the air and you will want to sample deicious food to send you on your way back to your accommodation. There are protected areas such as Timanfaya National Park and there is no shortage of museums and art galleries for historians among you. Plan your trip before you book, this will bring you the best of this wonderful island. Depending on which area you would like to stay in, you will never be far from the range of activities, culture and arresting scenery. The hidden treasure that is Lanzarote is only a few hours away and awaits you with a fine local welcome.