Timanfaya, in Lanzarote, chosen as one of the best open spaces in Europe to travel after the crisis.

The coronavirus crisis is harsh for everyone, but perhaps even more so for travel lovers who, like the rest of the population, should be confined at home. But the crisis will pass, hopefully sooner rather than later, and then it will be time to make up for lost time and travel freely again.

The flight and hotel search engine www.jetcost.es has asked its European users where they would like to travel when the coronavirus crisis passes and the result is somewhat surprising. Although there are many who are willing to revisit the lively streets of big European cities (18%), others to sunbathe and air on any beach (35%), and some, even, do not care about the destination as of having an all-inclusive hotel in which they do not have food and drink limitations (10%), but there is a considerable number, around 27% who feel the desire to find free spaces, pure nature, open horizons that allow them make them forget the walls of their houses. They also choose this, surely, because they prefer to avoid the crowds, the groups of people that we have been dodging for weeks.

Jetcost.es asked the latter which would be their most beautiful and free natural places in Europe that they would like to visit in a simple way. Many of them are natural parks and some World Heritage Sites. And two of them are in Spain! Happy new air:

Timanfaya (Lanzarote, Spain), landscape of Mars on Earth

If it were not for the intense blue color of the sky and because with luck you can guess the sea below, the view of Timanfaya, with its range of red, brown and even black ashes, could pass through landscapes of the planet Mars. Absolute loneliness. The volcanoes and virgin lava fields of this 5,000-hectare national park located along the western coast of the island of Lanzarote constitute one of the most picturesque visual spectacles in the Canary Islands. Unaltered by the human hand, neither the vegetation nor the climate have had time to modify the pure beauty of this red and jet earth included in a Unesco Biosphere Reserve.

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