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Lancerote is an island belonging to Spain and part of the Canary Islands. A piece of land, with an area of ​​850 square kilometers, is the fourth largest island of the Canary archipelago. The beginning of the 18th century was marked by violent volcanic activity, as a result of which a third of the island became a lifeless desert covered with ash and basalt.


Despite this, the interest of tourists in the island of Lanzarote increases every year. Even the fact that the island is called the "island of fire-breathing mountains" does not deter lovers to admire the unprecedented landscapes created by nature itself. The island is covered with lava fields and many volcanoes, creating real "lunar" landscapes. Bright islands of greenery on this lifeless background look very unusual and not natural. But not only is the island attractive. Visiting a unique lagoon with water painted bright green (El Golfo lagoon), the volcanic cave of Cueva de los Verdes will not leave a single traveler indifferent.

The island of Lanzarote is not spoiled by the excessive attention of tourists, which allowed to preserve the natural integrity and unique landscapes in their original form.

In addition to volcanoes, the island is famous for its surf spots, which allow you to ride at different levels. Along with Portugal and the Basque Country, surfing on Lanzarote is among the top three in Europe.

Lovers of sunbathing and just buying, on the island expect beautiful clean beaches, for example, the six kilometer beach of Famara, the beaches of Playa Blanca and Puerto del Carmen.

Lancerote ferry service

The population of the island (130,000 people), and its many guests, ferry service to the rest of the islands of the archipelago, is simply necessary. Well-known companies successfully cope with regular cargo and passenger transportation - carriers Naviera ARMAS, Trasmediterranea, FRED.OLSEN, Lineas Afghas Romero, who make 10, 8, 4, and 14 messages daily, respectively. You can find out the updated schedule, book a ferry ticket on our website. Ferries arrive and despair from the piers of 3 ports of the island strictly on schedule.

A high-quality holiday destination, the island of Lanzarote will eventually turn into a kind of Mecca of surfing fans, cycling walks and lovers of wonderful landscapes.