La Geria is essentially a funnel that is several metres deep, going down into the volcanic soil. The grapevines are planted in the middle and the sides protect them from the wind with a natural barrier offered from the rocks.
There are swathes of green, yellow, and black which make up a landscape that led to Lanzarote being declared as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. You have to see it to believe it.
The landscape itself it worth a visit, but you can also enjoy the hiking trails, the bodegas and even discover the Los Naturalistas cave, a 1,600m long cave in which, with care, you can see lots of tiny drops of lava coming from the roof.
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