Otherwise known as the Island of fire, Lanzarote really is unique.
With warm breezes from the Sahara and year round sunshine what more could anyone ask for from a holiday destination. Being a favourite holiday haunt of the likes of Prince Felipe of Spain and his family, Lanzarote offers something to please everyone no matter who you are.
The landscape ranges from volcanic craters to lava fields, it’s just like looking at a picture of the moon in places. As the waves come crashing in you can take advantage of one of the windsurfing schools or maybe just relax, sit back and leave it to the professionals.
No holiday to Lanzarote is complete without a memorable ride on a camel, you just have to give it a go whatever age you are.
Visit Timanfaya National park and see the volcanoes from the back of a camel, then ride through the lunar like landscape.
For the kids take them to Rancho Texas wild west theme park where they can pan for gold , explore Indian villages and stroke small furry animals in the zoo.
Typically Canarian, Tapas bars serving the local dish of wrinkled potato and spicy sauce are in abundance, serving tasty stews and fresh fish dishes.
There are many European restaurants offering Chinese, Italian and Mexican or even English if you would rather have something a little more familiar.
You require 3 months validity from the date of return on a 10 year British passport.