Lanzarote is the easternmost island of the Canary archipelago. It is located 1,000 kilometers southwest of the Iberian Peninsula and approximately 100 kilometers west of Morocco.
The most relevant feature in the climatology of Lanzarote is its aridity. This is determined by the low altitude and its homogeneous orography, qualities that prevent it from reaching the level of inversion of the trade winds, and therefore, there is no interception of the sea of clouds or the consequent discharge of humidity as occurs in most of the Canary Islands. Other factors that determine less the aridity of some areas of the island are the orientation and geographical proximity to the African continent.
There are 1,875 hectares planted from which about 2 million liters of wine are extracted.
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