Lanzarote wines are among the most unique in the world, with an exclusive Malvasia Volcanica grape, traditional artisan farming methods that have been passed through generations.
During the year the Island celebrates several local agricultural type shows were they show a few animals dotted around the Island.
This forested gorge in the Puntallana municipality requires no introduction, having become one of the most popular hiking destinations on the entire island in recent years.
Spain is not famous for being the most vegetarian-friendly country in the world, but there are exceptions, and this is a very particular one, since it is the first vegetarian restaurant in the island of La Gomera and one of the first ones in the Canary Islands!
While Maspalomas is famous for its golden sand dunes and palm-lined oasis, there is a hidden garden right in the middle of the resort that gives off much more tropical vibes.
For many people when they think of Tenerife, what will likely spring to their minds is sun, sand and sea.
Fuerteventura Salt Museum and the little hidden beach!
For a small Island El Hierro certainly does not get left behind in producing medal winning cheeses.
The municipality of Puntallana lies immediately north of Santa Cruz de La Palma, and makes a pleasant day-trip from the capital.