28 Dec
Marina Rubicon, Playa Blanca, Lanzarote, Canary Islands 0

Posted by Julian Cohen

The more I see of Lanzarote, the more I love it, and today we drove all over the island so I got a good opportunity to see a lot of it. Up in the north the topography is similar but the black sand fields are filled with green and the plants along the coast are plentiful. We visited the lava tunnels at Cueva de los Verdes which were quite beautiful, stretching for a length of over six kilometres about fifty meters under the surface. Then on to the Jardin de Cactus and a great paella and tapas lunch at the very north of the island in the town of Orzola.

We drove back along the west coast through Haria with it’s winding zig zag road and spectacular views. I finally managed to get the quad in the air and shot some video as well as some panoramas. I have to come back here and spend a week flying. It is quite wonderful.


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