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Arrecife: a 4-kilometre seaside walk  past islets and two castles

It was a port long before it was a city – in the 15th century it was already famous for being the safest in the Canary Islands, because the bay of Arrecife is a beautiful set of islets and reefs that make a safe anchorage. read more

Montañas del Fuego. “Insólita” experience

A premium experience to help you feel the volcanic strength and energy of the Timanfaya National Park. read more

Canary Islands are ready to say HOLA again

Canary Islands are one of the regions least affected by the pandemic in Europe and indeed the world. read more

¡Welcome to Lanzarote! 

It’s been a long wait… but now it’s time to dream again about our beaches, feel the sea breeze, taste our gastronomy or recharging batteries with some of the energy from the volcanoes. read more

Eau​ de Lanzarote: coves, beaches and natural pools to enjoy this summer

“Happiness was this.” “Salty is better.” Monday, 25 May 2020 was not just any old Monday. After two months denied the pleasure, we could again swim in the Atlantic, raking the sea with our thirsty bodies, leaving effervescent wakes of salty bubbles behind. read more

Canary Islands are now open to tourism.

The ‘new normal’ has already begun in Canary Islands.  Since Spain entered its new normal on 21 June, you are allowed to move freely around the archipelago and Spanish mainland, and we have everything ready to welcome all the tourists that visit us. read more

Canary Islands are just one step away from ‘the new normality’

Canary Islands is one of the least affected regions in Europe and in the world. We would like to send you a message of optimism and encouragement. read more

A place that defies imagination

The landscapes in the Canary Islands are full of places that often exceed the realms of imagination: idyllic beaches, spectacular volcanoes, sand dunes, leafy forests and a spectacular sky –always clear blue– which will make you feel you’re in a world of fiction. read more

Celebration of the Canary Islands Day through the Facebook Cultura Tías

? Online events scheduled for Canary Islands Day are postponed due to national mourning. ?

Tías City Council has organized an online program of events to celebrate Canary Day on Saturday, May 30. read more

Jardín de Cactus, virtual guide

Jardín de Cactus was the last intervention work César Manrique performed in Lanzarote. read more