The land of fire and volcanoes owes its name to the black lava fields which dominate the landscape at every point. The island has a mystic air to it partly caused by the endless black landscape. A favourite for many and one not understood by few…..
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Lanzarote is synonymous for César Manrique. The land of fire and volcanoes owes its name to the black lava fields which dominate the landscape on the whole island; a fascinating fact as Fuerteventura, across the water, is known for its endless stretches of white sand. The islands architecture, places of interest, museums, sculptures are a product of Manrique´s imagination and the island cannot be understood without his influence. Apart from stunning sunsets, fresh fish galore and sensational white wine produced locally using ancestral techniques, Lanzarote has been receiving successful corporate events in both its accommodation hubs (Playa Blanca & Puerto del Carmen) for decades.