Not all of the coast are nice sandy beaches and those are gonna be the subject of todays post.

Vivildy ilustrated lava flow into the Atlantic in the last eruptions less than 200 years ago.

Black beaches are uncommon and quite frequent on the Western Coast of Lanzarote.

Western coast’s ‘out of this world’ shapes.

The older eastern coast is much more sublime.

Where sand meets the black rocks battered by Atlantic Ocean.

A view from Playa Quemada towards the cliffs on the SouthEastern coast.

Ragged rocks near the town of El Golfo.

Lago verde, volcanic walls of all shapes and colours and black beach – a really surreal place to see.

Detail of the volcanic formations over the Lago verde.

And the nice town of El Golfo on the Western coast.

Lit by the setting sun, the warm coloured clouds give nice contrast to the Nature’s works of this island.