The winding sea moves with voracious hunger towards the cliffs of volcanic lava.
The sudden impact triggers a feast with the Atlantic foam panting in the ocean surface while the clatter still resounds in our ears. Part of the water has saved from the collision against the rocks from the front and will immerse through the whimsical short cuts of areas of lava that marked the flows of Timanfaya.
This phenomenon takes place in the southeast of Lanzarote, in a volcanic stripe pounded by the waters -rough waters in this location- known as Los Hervideros. The access is free of charge. The visit is mandatory, although the area has a marked itinerary which must be respected in order not to expose yourself to unnecessary dangers.
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