Only few days before the 2019 ends. A year in which we have had great momentos. It has been a year of discovery, in which we have felt like explorer, we have acquired new knowledge, we have walked several kilometres and we have felt our islands. 

We hope you have also enjoyed our suggestions about trekking routes in which we have tried to explorer those places less known, giving another perspective of our islands. Exploring the inlands, walking through path full of history and cheering you up to create great memories forever.  

If you prefer sports, we have had different posts about famous competitions in the archipelago. Events like Transgrancanaria, Transvulcania, the World Cup of Fuerteventura or Haría Extreme are some examples of our passion to share with you the sport practice in natural areas of the islands.

We do not think that anyone will have any complain because we have given to you a great list about beaches to every taste. Whether if you want to enjoy and relax on the sand or to have a great day doing water activities and enjoying some of the beach bars. Routes from the north to the south and from west to east to do not miss any beach.

We did not forget neither our traditions nor the handicrafts. We are lucky to have great artisans in the islands, people who create art, history and tradition. Of course, without forgetting the cheeses and wines of the island, a gift to the taste and a delicacy to share.

We love birds and we have written some different routes that you can do easily and see their habitat. At the beginning it could be boring but then it is addictive. Birdwatching in Lanzarote or Fuerteventura is an increasingly popular activity that more and more tourists and inhabitants ask for. You will see not only endemic birds but also migratory birds rest there in some times of the year. See them is a sight to behold.

With no doubt this year has been marked by the centenary of César Manrique. The artist from Lanzarote has been present in some of our post as a tribute to the amazing work he did in the island. His efforts to join together art and nature is obvious in lot of places.

As you see, we have tried to show you every activities and places that could you find interesting to get the most of your visit to the islands. Although these post will remain here to read them whenever you want, we can only say that in 2020 we have ready new posts that we are sure you will love. Are you go to miss them?  

See you in 2020!


Check out our Travel Tips

Trekking Route VII: Beach Under the Cliff

The beach Under the Cliff, with white sand and crystalline waters, is one of the most amazing and hidden spots of Lanzarote. Today we visit it, through an interesting path in which we will enjoy impressive views of Famara and La Graciosa island as well.

Teguise and Betancuria, two beautiful towns full of history

The municipalities of Teguise in Lanzarote and Betancuria in Fuerteventura, have been recently added to the list of the most beautiful towns in Spain. Its cultural, architectural and natural heritage has been a determining factor to be awarded with this recognition. Today we visit these two cities of the Canary Islands with a great historical and artistic interest.

Natural pools in Lanzarote

Besides the most emblematic beaches, Lanzarote offers beautiful and quiet natural pools in different points of the island, where we can take the first dip of the summer. In our blog we show you some of them.

Birdwatching: Salt flats of Janubio

The sighting of birds are still one of the most favourite activities to be in contact with nature of the islands and know more about the bird life. In this case, we will go to the south of Lanzarote, concretely in the area of Salt flats of Janubio.

Caleta de Famara, a village with history

In an extraordinary spot of Lanzarote, in front of an impressive cliff and an amazing beach, is located Caleta de Famara, a fishing village of small white houses with blue and green woodwork which attracts all its visitors. Today we invite you to discover this beautiful and wild place of the island.

Black sand beaches in the Canary Islands

The volcanic eruptions that gave rise to the Canary Islands left their mark on the archipelago with different black sand beaches of extraordinary beauty, which are undoubtedly well worth a visit. In our blog we visit some of them.

The islet of Alegranza

The islet of Alegranza, in the north of Lanzarote, is part of what is known as Chinijo Archipelago. Its volcanic landscape, its lighthouse or the great variety of birds we can see here are only some of the attractions of this natural spot.

Viewpoints of the Canary Islands II

After a first chapter, we want you still get different perspectives of the Canary Islands when you visit them. For this reason, we show you seven viewpoints more from where you will have amazing views of every island. Each one will surprise you and give you a different perspective of the island.

José Saramago House Museum

In the village of Tias, in Lanzarote, was the great part of the last years of his life the Nobel Prize in Literature José Saramago.
He defined his house as “a house made of books”. Now is a museum, and let us visit the study where he wrote “Blindness” or the ‘Cuadernos de Lanzarote’.

Lighthouses in Fuerteventura

Fuerteventura is known by its idyllic beaches, its sand dunes or its picturesque villages. But also we can visit it through its lighthouses.
Fascinating viewpoints, some of them have been transformed into interesting museums, the lighthouses and its sparkles keep countless stories of seamen and sailors from ancient times. Today we visit, from the north to the south, some of the most famous ones in the island.

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