The vineyards of La Gería, Lanzarote wine region, are a protected area. Single vines are planted in pits 4–5 metres (13–16 feet) wide and 2–3 metres (6 feet 7 inches–9 feet 10 inches) deep, with small stone walls around each pit. This agricultural technique is designed to harvest rainfall and overnight dew and to protect the plants from the winds
The LZ-1 road connects the capital, Arrecife, to the northernmost town of Órzola. The LZ-2 road connects Arrecife to the southernmost town of Playa Blanca. LZ-3 is a highway that acts as a ring road around Arrecife, connecting Puerto de los Mármoles on the northern side of the city to LZ-2 on the southern side. These three roads form the island's central road axis from which other roads connect to the rest of the island's towns, settlements and points of interest.
Lanzarote is believed to have been the first Canary Island to be settled. The Phoenicians may have visited or settled there, though no material evidence survives. The first known record came from Roman author Pliny the Elder in the encyclopaedia Naturalis Historia on an expedition to the Canary Islands
My name is Alejandro Delgado and I am a Remote Worker (and local) living on the beautiful island of Lanzarote (Canary Islands, Spain). The main reason I created this blog for Digital Nomads and Remote Workers is that I want to share some of Lanzarote's most exclusive places to visit and experiences to live. I will be posting about places, people, or objects, with a vivid description. I will also give my honest recommendations! I hope you enjoy your stay and enjoy reading this blog :)