Visit in the region of La Geria, the landscape of which consists of torpid lava and volcanic ash. This region is famous for its unusual methods of wine-growing. Transfer to the north of the island to Jameos del Agua - a cave adapted by a local artist, Cesar Manrique, then to the valley of Thousand Palm Trees. Lunch break. Drive along the west coast to the main attraction of the island: the Timanfaya National Park, with the youngest volcanoes in Lanzarote, called the Mountains of Fire, observation of geothermal phenomena. Then drive via Ruta de los Volcanes - a route between solidified lava and craters.