Lanzarote is pure geology, underwater and moonlike sites, crystal clear waters, thirsty lands, palms' oasis, it is harmonic life of man and nature. Undoubtedly a land of contrasts.

It is the easternmost island of the Canary Islands, it is identified by the great amount of volcanoes that cover  it  due to the great volcanic activity of the early XVIII century.

Lanzarote is located at a distance of 1,000 km of the Iberian Peninsula and 140 of the African coast.

It has an area of 845.93 km. and a population of 135,000 inhabitants.

In the north of the island are the smaller islets and islands of La Graciosa, Alegranza, Montaña Clara, Roque del Este and Roque del Oeste.

Lanzarote has the Timanfaya National Park and is under the protection of Reserve of the Biosphere by Unesco. It is also an island full of culture. Six other tourist centres dedicated to visitors and more than 15 museums and art galleries supports the quality of its land and coasts.

An eternal spring, the average annual temperature is 21 º C, adorns each day the blue sky of Lanzarote and in the evening, the sky is dyed in the clear light of the moonshine.




The 19 and 20 of October, Lanzarote will become the global epicenter of Sustainable Tourism

The event will gather top experts and the highest national and international tourism authorities. The Secretary of State for Tourism, Matilde Asián, UNWTO Secretary-Generaly Taleb Rifai, and the President of CEHAT, Joan Molas, are expected to attend.


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The Responsible Tourism Institute and Lanzarote in FITUR 2016

The Responsible Tourism Institute will attend the International Tourism Fair (FITUR) on 20 and 21 January to provide the UNWTO Regional Director for Europe the new World Charter for Sustainable Tourism +20 and participate in the ReThink Hotel Awards and the VII Forum of Sustainability and Tourism, Fitur Green.

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