Cuevas de los Verdes - a lava tube located in the North of Lanzarote in the Canary Islands, Spain

Cueva de los Verdes (Cave) - a lava tube located in the north of Lanzarote in the Canary Islands, Spain

The volcanic vineyards of La Geria, Lanzarote, Spain

The volcanic vineyards of La Geria, LANZAROTE, Canary islands, Spain. Planted in superdry volcanic ash from the eruption of Timanfaya volcano during

Timanfaya Park - Lanzarote

Lanzarote, autrefois appelée en français Lancerotte, est une île d'Espagne située dans l'océan Atlantique et faisant partie des îles Canaries.

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Cueva de los Verdes in Lanzarote is a spectacular sight to behold, as a tubular cave that was carved by lava over years ago by the Corona volcano as the lava tunnelled it's way out to the sea.

César Manrique Foundation is in Taro Tahiche, Teguise, Lanzarote, Canary Islands

César Manrique Foundation is in Taro Tahiche, Teguise, Lanzarote, Canary Islands Zomer 2017

Montaña Roja, Lanzarote, Las Islas Canarias (the Canary Islands), Spain

Tenerife is the largest of Spain’s Canary Islands and is located just off the coast of West Africa. In this stunning island you not only find spectacular views but also several temples, museums and old colonial towns.

Salinas del Janubio, Lanzarote, Canary Archipelago - This is the biggest salt refinery in the region and has been made a nature conservancy. Originally these saltworks were a natural lagoon that over the years were isolated from the sea by volcanic materials disgorged by the eruptions of the volcanoes of the Timanfaya Park. Here, someone has used one of the disused salt pans to construct a piece of land art out of volcanic rocks.

Salinas del Janubio, Lanzarote, Canary Archipelago - This is the biggest salt refinery in the region and has been made a nature conservancy. Originally these saltworks were a natural lagoon that over the years were isolated from the sea by volcanic materials disgorged by the eruptions of the volcanoes of the Timanfaya Park. Here, someone has used one of the disused salt pans to construct a piece of land art out of volcanic rocks.

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