Timanfaya national park

Timanfaya national park

This UNESCO world heritage site is one of the most unique places in the world.

Famous for its Mountains of Fire, at the heart of this eerie 51 sq km park. At a depth of Timanfaya the temperature is already 100°C; by 10 m it’s up to 800°C. The cause of this phenomenon is a broiling magma chamber 4km below the surface.

  • UNESCO world heritage
  • Mountains of Fire
  • 51 sq km park
  • phenomenon 

 

Address
Timanfaya national park, Lanzarote, Las Palmas, Spain