Lanzarote is a Spanish island, the easternmost of the autonomous Canary Islands, in the Atlantic Ocean. Its natural areas, the rural and urban planning, its ecosystem, its adaptability and transformation of natural spaces and monuments have lead the UNESCO to declare it as the Natural Reserve of the Biosphere in 1993 and hence eventually turning out to be an excellent holiday destination.
Lanzarote is known for the Water Park, hotels and beaches and there are always things to do in Lanzarote when on vacation. The island is rich in agriculture and cities, villages in the countryside, lunar landscapes, museums and monuments as well hosting a marathon.
Castillo de San Jose, the oldest building on the island, is situated on a hill in the Port de Naos. The castle has a wall with battlements, the Puente de Bolas and the main Barbican. It was restored and adapted by architect César Manrique Canary and transformed into a museum (International Museum of Contemporary Art). Not to far from here you will also find the Church of San Gines. The church was built by the order of the Bishop Don Manuel Verdugo in the 17th century.On the north side of the Port, you will find Castillo de San Gabriel. It was build by the King Carlos III during the 18th century as a defensive base in the city. These places are all wonderful to visit in Lanzarote.
If you enjoy sport activities you can play golf or surf across the water ways and it’ll definitely bring you incredible fun.
The average climate of the Lanzarote Islands is very dry during the months of April to September. The hottest months are July, August and September. The trade winds and the cold Atlantic currents are responsible for lowering the temperature of the islands. The winter is mild. On average, the Lanzarote Islands have a very sunny climate all year round. Lanzarote Island is generally visited throughout the year.