Lanzarote is a paradise with a variety of landscapes, clear waters and plentiful nature. The island experiences substantial volcanic activity and is the most northern island in the Canary Islands archipelago. It has unique geology and unbeatable scenery, and was declared a Biosphere Reserve in 1993 by UNESCO. Lanzarote offers both history and culture. It has art centres, culture centres and tourism points of interest in addition to more than 15 museums and art galleries that support the quality of its lands and coastlines. It also boasts Timanfaya National Park, which is the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. Enjoy Lanzarote and its wonderful climate: the average annual temperature is 21ºC. Visiting here is like enjoying an eternal spring of blue skies and bright nights.