A selection of images from my latest trip showcasing the natural beauty of Lanzarote
The landscape of South Lanzarote is like nothing I have seen before. Passing through the dormant volcanoes and solidified lava streams that the islands geology is composed of is like driving on a distant planet. Huge chunks of black lava form rugged peaks and twisted natural sculptures that wouldn't look out of place on a… Continue reading Lanzarote: El Lago Verde and Playa Montaña Bermeja
As a dedicated beachcomber, hunting for the semi precious stone Olivine was high on my list of 'must-do' activities in Lanzarote. Olivine is the birthstone for August. It is also known as peridot and the poor mans emerald. The El Golfo region of Lanzarote, only twenty minutes from where we were staying, is famed for… Continue reading Lanzarote: The hunt for Olivine
After four hours of driving, the hills begin to rise on the horizon, each growing larger and craggier than the one preceding it.