The route begins at Playa Blanca in the south of the island and ends at Orzola in the far north of Lanzarote after 4 or 5 days of walking (depending on your preference). The final stage then takes you to the idyllic island of La Graciosa.
Each stage is different and a treat for the senses:
First, we will ascend the arid and forgotten slopes of the mysterious Ajaches Mountains.
We will cross the vineyards of the unique landscape in La Geria.
The dormant volcanoes of Timanfaya will lead us to believe that the world has come to an end.
We will walk along the solitary northern coastline beside the roaring Atlantic Ocean to finally cross the chasms and cliffs of the Macizo de Famara, rising 600 metres above sea level at some points.
The end reward will be to cross over to the impressive island of La Graciosa after arriving in the small fishing town of Orzola, the northernmost town in Lanzarote.
This comes after not only passing through some spectacular landscapes but also several beautiful and authentic picture postcard towns, where we will sleep and get to know island life first hand, far removed from the hustle and bustle of mass tourism.