Lanzarote, sustainable destination

The particular model of development that the island has experienced, with sustained economic growth, with an evident protection and conservation of nature and the environment, has earned it several sustainable awards. Thus, on October 7, 1993 , Was declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO, while in 2015, it managed to be the first destination certified by Biosphere Responsible Tourism.

This has been the definitive confirmation of a long and extensive work of the islanders to maintain one of their most defined and identifying features: the continuous interest in respecting and conserving their environment.

The six keys to sustainability on the island of Lanzarote are:

  • Biosphere Reserve
  • Biosphere Responsible Tourism
  • Protected spaces
  • Lanzarote and Chinijo Archipelago Geopark
  • Sustainable projects
  • Sustainable accommodation