None of the Canary Islands is as volcanic as Lanzarote. The island was created by numerous volcanic eruptions and offers remarkable lunar landscapes and black sandy beaches. Here is no mass tourism with hotel castles but also some tourist places! Furthermore, in 1993 the island was declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO.
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Gran Canaria is probably the liveliest Canarian island. While during the day one can discover the culture and landscape, here one also finds a very pronounced night life from music and dance. The island offers a number of places of interest. Popular are the sand dunes of Maspalomas and the place Puerto Mogán which is also known as “little Venice”.