Near El Ancla beach
Lanzarote is home to a brown and grey other-worldly landscape, which gives it the title of Biosphere Reserve. White houses with green or blue windows complete the spectacular environment that greets the guests of Barceló Hotels & Resorts in Lanzarote along with the wildest nature.
The golden and volcanic beaches adorn coastal towns and natural areas of great ecological value such as the Timanfaya National Park, which is behind the volcanic prints with characteristics of camels. The Chinijo Archipelago Natural Park, headed by the islands of La Graciosa and Alegranza, features numerous marine species.
In the centre of the island, the volcanic lands are used for the production of wine made from the Malvasía grape. The curious conical structures formed by stones make up this protected natural area known as La Geria. But undoubtedly the highlight of your stay will be the sensation of being a guest of Barceló Hotels & Resorts in Lanzarote - and, therefore, the star of an experience with unique touches.
Throughout the island, the works of the artist César Manrique are distributed, designed to represent the heritage of Lanzarote. Among them, the Jameos del Agua are perhaps the most representative: a volcanic duct transformed into a space for art with an impressive internal lake inhabited by species of endemic blind crabs.
Art lovers and scuba divers should also visit the recently inaugurated Museo Atlántico that makes visitors reflect on current issues through sculptures placed on a seabed over 100 metres deep. To the east of the island and very close to the capital is Costa Teguise, one of the most attractive tourist destinations in Lanzarote thanks to its wide range of services, and accessible from Barceló Hotels & Resorts in Lanzarote.
The Barceló Hotel Group’s hotels in Lanzarote are the gateway to another universe. A fascinating universe indeed.