September 19th, 2017
Lanzarote is the most Northern island of the Canary Islands. It has a length of 58 kilometres and is 34 kilometres width. The road network is very well developped: almost all towns and villages are easily reachable. The airport and Arrecife are even connected by motorway. Playa Blanca and Yaiza in the South are connected with a well developped expressway. Ferry crossings to Fuerteventura are possible several times a day.
The island has two moutain ranges: one in the North and one in the South. With 670 metres of height, Lanzarote's mountains certainly do not reach the height of Tenerife's or Gran Canarias' mountains. Lanzarote is characterised by a mild and dry climate throughout the year: perfect for motorbikers.
Lanzarote reached its fame thanks to the native artist Cäsar Manrique, who has left many marks on the island.
For further information on Lanzarote, we suggest to visit the web pages of Wikipedia. Here, you will find also many interesting photographs.