CRUISE TO LANZAROTE TO SEE DORMANT VOLCANOES AND SAMPLE DELICIOUS LOCAL WINES.
Lanzarote’s most famous feature is its otherworldly landscape of hundreds of fire-breathing peaks. The last eruption was in 1824, and though the region is now classed as dormant, you can still feel the heat under the surface at Timanfaya National Park. Considering that the island is a desert with only 125-150 millimetres of rain a year, the ingenious farmers of Lanzarote have worked agricultural miracles, especially in the wine region of Geria, where vines are planted and flourish in a layer of black volcanic sand, holding on tight to every last drop of moisture. It is an amazing sight to see, and produces a nectar that is a delight to sip.Download An Explorer Guide +
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