The Canary Island Lanzarote

The perfect place to learn Spanish

Why Lanzarote?

Lanzarote is a volcanic island off the coast of West Africa and the north-eastern most of the seven Canary Islands. The Canary Islands are among the most attractive and charming regions of Europe.

It is a small island with a width of about 34km, a length of 70km and approximately 140,000 inhabitants. Lanzarote is one of the most culturally diverse of the Canary Islands, where Spanish is officially spoken.

The island is the only one of the Canary Islands designed and shaped by the artist and architect Cesar Manrique. Thanks to him, this unique architectural style of white, cubic houses with green windows has survived to this day.

Lanzarote is alien and beautiful for its always warm weather, beaches and volcanic landscape. The geology, the palm oases, the underwater and lunar landscapes shape the harmony between man and nature.

The locals are the biggest treasure of Lanzarote. The Lanzaroteños, also called “conejeros”, are friendly and loving hosts, once you get to know them, you feel at home with them.