Being the easternmost island of the Canary Archipelago, Lanzarote does have a unique tourist print and personality. Thus, it’s no overstatement to say Lanzarote is an actual temple of nature and art united in a formula which has yielded, in time, attractions like El Mirador del Rio, Jardin de Cactus and Jameos del Agua. The Timanfaya National Park is one objective no comprehensive tourist should overlook, but for cannier pastimes they should definitely head for the splendid El Papagayo beach, a jewel and a pride of all stretches of sand in Lanzarote. Another nature highlight in Lanzarote refers to the fact the island is home to the largest volcanic cave chain in the world.
Boat trips are said to be, as a rule, much more rewarding than flights when it comes to island hopping. Naviera Armas and Trasmediterranea are the two sea line companies putting forward vessels which cover the distance between Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and Arrecife, the latter being where the respective boats haul ashore in Lanzarote.
Unsurprisingly, Binter and Islas Airways are the two alternatives tourists can resort to in view of making their way from Gando to Arrecife. These are common choices of tourists intending to explore the archipelago, since they are the chief two inter-island flights operators.
The archeological asset, the photography collections and a 55,000-volume library are the highlights of the Canarian Museum, an edifice located in Las Palmas
For a spectacular array of species of reptiles, arachnids, birds and mammals alike, tourists should visit Reptilandia Park, a venue located in Galdar.
Playa de Las Canteras is the jewel of all beaches in the north area of Gran Canaria. Its rating is enhanced by the fact it is located in Las Palmas.