Lanzarote has something different that goes beyond what can be found in any sun and beach destination. An island where nature and art go hand in hand, where its people feel and live the commitment and pride of belonging to it, and the food tastes like sea and countryside, an island whose essence leaves its mark. Located only a few minutes from the most renowned beaches of Lanzarote, such as the Papagayo Beaches, where bathing is more than tempting due to its magnificent golden sand and the colourful contrast of its waters. Another of the island’s great tourist attractions is Timanfaya National Park, a beautiful succession of volcanic landscapes, as well as the Art, Culture and Tourism Centres created by the local artist César Manrique. In addition, this spectacular natural heritage has been jealously preserved by the Lanzaroteños, who have maintained the original cultivation systems that you can see on the island, but specifically in the Geria, where you can make a route through the various wineries and enjoy the local wine.