Webcams of Lanzarote

Volcanic landscapes, surf beaches, and perfect weather all year round, Cesar Manrique’s island is a dreamlike place. It needs no introduction, the island surrounded by mysteries just a few miles off the coast of Africa, which is part of the Canary Islands archipelago. Lanzarote is one of those legendary places that artists and poets have tried to describe and sailors to explain.                             

On this island, even at first glance, one has the feeling of being in an extraterrestrial place, exactly on the lunar surface. The northeastern island of the Spanish archipelago of the Canary Islands has a landscape of lava and magnetic rocks. The power of nature is imprinted in every corner of this island; on September 1, 1730, the central-western region of Lanzarote suffered a terrible volcanic eruption, followed by six years of explosions, earthquakes, and lava flows.

Timanfaya Park, Palmeto House in the village of Haria, Tahiche Volcano House, Cactus Garden, Jameos del Agua, and the Casa Museo del Campesino are just some of the things that can be visited on this wonderful island. The crystal-clear sea and volcanic sand are a must-see, and every corner is just right. The most beautiful beaches? Locals recommend: Papagayo Beach, Quemada Beach, Caletón Blanco Beach, and the extensive Famara Beach, also famous for surfing, and the natural pools of Punta de Mujeres.