Situated in the foothills of the National Park of Timanfaya is Yaiza, the southernmost municipality on the island of Lanzarote. This village is surrounded by a fairy-tale environment formed by craters and the dark tones of volcanic earth, which give rise to places of singular beauty such as La Geria, the El Golfo hydrovolcano and Los Hervideros.
The south coast also offers some of the island's images, such as the Quemada Beach and the Papagayo coves. The sunshine and beaches are complemented by an incredible range of leisure and entertainment facilties provided by the tourist resorts of Playa blanca and Puerto Calero. Moreover, further inland are old villages boasting major monuments, such as Femés or Yaiza itself.