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Lanzarote, volcanic beauty

Lanzarote is a gift of nature, it is certainly a unique paradise that combines the magic of its history, an enviable climate all year round, beautiful beaches and scenery in motion.
Lanzarote is a volcanic island, looking barren and desert, covered largely by lava fields caused by volcanic eruptions in the eighteenth century ..

Isla La Graciosa

La Graciosa island

 

 

 

El Golfo

El Golfo

El Golfo is a large open ocean which was formed following the 1730 eruptions. The lake occupies the bottom of the semicircle arose due to flooding of the crater. Its green color is caused by algae that live on the surface.

El Golfo

El Golfo

 

El Golfo

El Golfo

 

Los Hervideros

Los Hervideros

Los Hervideros, is referred to as the sector has been observed in the coastal waves hit on the arms of magma that reached the sea and are now solidified rock. The force of the waves allow water up to the surface making holes and cavities in the rock, the result is a wonderful show, the water emerges from the rocks as if it were boiling water.

Playa Blanca

Playa Blanca

 

Parc Nacional de Timanfaya

Montañas de Fuego – The Timanfaya National Park

The Timanfaya National Park is a protected area of volcanic origin. The last eruption occurred in the eighteenth century, between 1730 and 1736. He has more than 25 volcanoes. This volcanic activity, and there are hot spots on the surface that reach 100-120 º C to 600 º C and 13 meters deep.

Parc Nacional de Timanfaya

 

Parc Nacional de Timanfaya

Author: Noemí

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