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Timanfaya National Park (Spanish: Parque Nacional de Timanfaya) is a Spanish national park in the southwestern part of the island of Lanzarote, Canary Islands. It covers parts of the municipalities Tinajo and Yaiza. The area is 51.07 square kilometres (19.72 sq mi). The parkland is entirely made up of volcanic soil. The statue “El Diablo” by César Manrique is its symbol.

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Visiting La Cueva de los Verdes is truly a journey into the bowels of the ground, an spectacular and unique experience. The tunnel formed by the Corona Volcano is one of the most extensive and interesting planet. Along their journey, there are at least sixteen Jameos (opening or mouth area that allows access to different caves). More than six miles preface acquaintances from the crater of the volcano until it enters the sea in an underwater section of a mile called “Tunnel of Atlantis.”

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Lanzarote’s famous Cactus Garden (Jardí­n de Cactus), based toward the north of the island in Guatiza, is one of the island’s hottest attractions all year round. Developed under the guidance of César Manrique it showcases over 10,000 different plants. This truly is a celebration of the plant world’s spiniest species, comprising one of the best collections of cacti in the world. Better still, these have all been displayed to their optimum effect against the beautiful backdrop of an amphitheatre like, giant bowl, hewn from an old quarry, that’s laid out in steep terraces, echoing the stone wall patterns of the local fields.

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