El Golfo is a green lagoon, also known as Laguna de los Cliclos, located south of Lanzarote. It is a beautiful place, in front of the sea, and a rare example of hydrovolcanism. It is the volcanic activity that goes on near the sea. It is a small crater that has in its center the lagoon, of a beautiful green color, especially when it receives the sunlight. You can go near the lagoon and smell the sulfur, but you can’t get too close because it’s dangerous. Logically, it is forbidden to bathe inside.
The beach that surrounds it is accessible to all and you can swim there. it is a natural place, so the entrance is free. There are no closing hours. The best thing is to go early in the morning, when it is free of tourist groups. There are a few paths to take walks and contemplate the lagoon from high up. Most of them are sandy and you have to be into sports in order to get off the main path. The lake is green due to the seaweed in the bottom.
The Bufadero of the Garita is the best example of this type of geological formations in Gran Canaria.
This effect is produced thanks to a complex of prismatic basalt figures that receives through a submarine cavity, cave or volcanic tube the successive thrust of the ocean and expels it through a hole with great force, reaching considerable heights.
Comares is a town in the province of Malaga, Andalucia, located in the foothills of the mountains at 703 metres above sea level. It's one of the 31 villages that make up the region of Axarquia, known as the "balcony of the Costa del Sol". The village is of Arab origin, built around a fortress with winding, narrow streets and white houses with geraniums in the windows. As you stroll through the maze of streets, you'll find the remains of old Arab settlements: the fortress, the hill of Mazmúllar, and more. You can buy the local hand-embroidered clothes, and it's particularly famous for its spectacular hats. In terms of cuisine, the local specialty is a gazpacho-like soup. You can also visit Spain's largest flying fox, 436m long and over 110m high.
There are not many beaches in El Hierro, due to the orography; but this is compensated with natural pools, some of them excavated in the volcanic rock.
One of the most popular places is La Caleta, where you can choose from many of the various turquoise blue pools.
The Oil Puddle is in a beautiful natural setting in the Sierra de las Villas. The truth is that we stumbled upon it as we were heading to the Sierra de Segura and Helm. We found it as lovely as the Guadalquivir River that passes between the mountains and rocks. It was in the summer and people were swimming in the water.