Millions of years have passed to make the Canary Islands as they are today. The seven main volcanic islands once slowly emerged from the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean, to later become one of the most biodiverse places in the world. Boasting imposing volcanoes, dramatic cliffs, lush forests and beautiful beaches, the volcanic origin of the Canary Islands has given the archipelago a varied and beautiful landscape. Read on to uncover some of the best volcanic landscapes of the Canary Islands.
La Restinga, El Hierro
Declared a World Biosphere Reserve, the island of El Hierro is dominated by lava fields and volcanoes. The Marine Reserve of La Restinga, El Hierro, is an internationally acclaimed diving sanctuary, home to numerous marine species, including turtles, stingrays, dolphins, barracudas… and the occasional
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