The surreal beauty of Lanzarote helps Yoga retreat visitors understand the beauty of nature and presence in nature. Thanks to the artist César Manrique, who successfully implemented gentle development of tourism on the island, Lanzarote is still deeply rooted in pristine nature. Thus, visiting Lanzarote is a blissful treat for the soul. Yoga retreat visitors enjoy this calm and even bring it with them, when they leave.
Lanzarote is the island of volcanos, having been created by volcanic eruptions in the 18th century. The layout of Lanzarote today, boasts over 300 volcanic cones, which create out-of-this-world scenery. Lanzarote has an extraordinary natural environment; where palm trees fill valleys and black lava creates fields. Lanzarote is located on the same latitude as the Hawaiian Islands, giving it the same sense of peace and tranquility, yet this island is unique in its beauty. The nature and geology is unlike anywhere else in the world, granting it a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve protected site status.