Trekking Lanzarote

A moon-like landscape, a beach resort and adventure for life

Explore Lanzarote

Pack your back and explore the Canaries

The easternmost and northernmost of the seven great islands of the Canary archipelago, this gem is famous not only for water sports and beach resorts but for its awesome backpacking experience too that awaits you while trekking Lanzarote! The climate closely borders on a tropical climate, with winter means of 18 °C, and summer means of 25 °C. This serene and mostly sunny weather calls on wanders, travellers and explorers of the World to explore what trekking on Lanzarote means!

The island of Lanzarote is just as diverse on the ground as under. The volcanic activities shaped this land into what it is today, and locals are eager to harness the unrelenting power of our planet. Diversity is a weak word to describe an island of ocean fronts, sand dunes, waterfalls, caves, cactus fields and all sorts of resorts. Trekking in Lanzarote will be remembered - explore it with Sharewood.

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Let’s see what the island has to offer

The Timanfaya National Park is located in the south of Lanzarote, stretching over 50 square kilometres of the breathtaking moon-like landscape. The island of Lanzarote is volcanic, as are all the Canary Islands. During the last volcanic eruptions, from 1730 to 1736, Lanzarote received its present form, and spectacular lava flows to the sea were formed. The interior of the park can be accessed by trekking in Lanzarote’s narrow and winding roads leading through the lava-shaped landscape. The Diablo restaurant in the Visitor Center is designed by Cesar Manrique, one of Lanzarote's renowned architects. The restaurant's natural oven is heated by the heat erupting from the depths of the earth.

The paradise coastline at Papagayo-cape stands out of the many beaches on Lanzarote. The beautiful golden sand and deep blue water make a sharp contrast for two kilometres along popular beaches such as Playa Mujeres, Playa El Pozo, Caleta del Conger, Puerto Muelas and El Papagayo. Punta Papagayo is located just a half an hour walk away from Playa Blanca, the largest resort complex in southern Lanzarote. Trekking around Lanzarote means visiting these amazing beaches.

If you are not convinced yet, check out the accessible backpacking, and outdoor gears here, complemented with guided experiences on Lanzarote!