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If you want an authentic beach in Lanzarote, then this is it. Black sand lay before the raw Atlantic sea that constantly looks angry and dangerous. It’s hard to get to, this very few people.
You will need to take all food and water with...More
This is a nice spot for talking some pictures and have a short stop. This is not a place where you will spend more then 30 minutes. We stopped at 3 places and took some pictures. That was enough for us. Don't expect to see...More
It is fascinating to see the salt being formed and claimed from the sea.
The works have a pleasing geometry on a wild volcanic island, with some lovely colours. I have gone here on a couple of occasions at sunset and got some fabulous photographs.