The black beaches of Lanzarote, the most northern and easternmost in the Canary archipelago, are the result of violent volcanic activity. No wonder Lanzarote is called an island of fire-breathing mountains, or simply a fiery island - Isla del Fuego.
Nature is an amazingly talented sculptor. If you come to the north-east of Spain, you can once again make sure of this. Here, 10 km from the town of Ribadeo, there is an amazing beach of the Holy Water.
On the famous map of Ptolemy, compiled in the II. n. e., there is an interesting place called "island of the Gods". If we compare the creation of Ptolemy with the modern map of the world, it turns out that the island of the Gods is nothing more than the archipelago of Sies belonging to the Spanish autonomous region of Galicia. It is located at the northern coast of the country and since 2002 is protected by a national park. The places here are really divinely beautiful.
PALMERAL - PALM GROVES AROUND THE CITY ELCHE.
The palmeral Elche is about 200 thousand palm trees. Some palms are shaggy and require immediate haircut, others are skillfully circumcised and well-groomed, each about 250 years of age.