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Timanfaya National Park

Timanfaya National Park (1974), is a mesmerizing volcanic landscape made by volcanic activity that occurred between 1730 and 1736 characterized by rugged lava fields, colorful craters, and geothermal wonders.

It is otherworldly terrain, shaped by past eruptions, offers a unique and captivating experience for visitors, making it a must-see destination for those seeking a glimpse into the raw forces of nature.

The park’s strict conservation efforts preserve this natural wonder, allowing guests to witness the beauty of a dormant volcanic environment unlike anywhere else on Earth.

In the Mancha Blanca Visitor and Interpretation Centre visitors can get in-depth information about this spectacular, volcanic park that stretches over more than 50 square kilometres.