(Lanzarote, Canary Islands, Spain)
Coastline around 'The Gulf' (El Golfo), an imposing natural amphitheatre created by volcanic activity.
Cueva de los Verdes (Green Caves), an extensive network of underground caves and tunnels.
View of Lanzarote's famous Los Jameos del Agua (Water Caverns), created as the direct result of ancient volcanic activity and home to a popular open-air swimming pool.
Further view of the Los Jameos del Agua, which features a vast cave used as an unusual venue for concerts and similar events.
Active geisers and steaming pools are just two of the many attractions around the National Park of Timanfaya.
Camel trekking is a popular activity around Timanfaya Park.
The landscaped Garden of Cactus (Jardin de los Cactus), created by the island's Caesar Manrique and home to more than 10,000 cacti.
View of the nearby Isla Graciosa, also known simply as La Graziosa, an important nature resort with a particularly scenic coastline, perfect for surfing and other popular water sports.
View of the Le Geria area, known for its dark, volcanic soil and numerous vineyards.
The Playa Blanca Beach, a beautiful sandy beach featuring a boardwalk and many waterfront restaurants.
View of the Punta de Papagayo Beach and the surrounding coastline.
The island's famous volcanic scenery, often referred to as its 'lunar landscape'.