Travellers planning a Lanzarote holiday this year will be able to experience the island's unique combination of cultures, according to an article published on the Wanderlust website.
The writer pointed out that the destination "combines the best of Spain with plenty of African and Latin American influences".
One of the most striking aspects of Lanzarote is its volcanic landscape, which is the result of a series of eruptions that occurred in the 18th century.
These events left the island "looking like a stage set from a science fiction film", according to the Wanderlust article, and led to it being chosen as one of the locations for the blockbuster movie Clash of the Titans.
People planning Lanzarote holidays this year were reassured that the volcanoes are now dormant and are not expected to erupt again in the near future.
Holiday makers intending to do plenty of relaxing by the sea during their break can book villas in Playa Blanca, Puerto del Carmen and other popular resorts in Lanzarote to make the most of the island's expansive coastline.
Posted by Gemma Roskell