Haria is a steep and mountainous municipality which covers the north of Lanzarote. Thanks to its brilliant microclimate, it is the greenest area of Lanzarote, which ensures that the temperatures are more temperate than the rest of the island. It also means that many of Lanzarote’s endemic plants can be found in the municipality. It has dozens of spectacular white sand coves which contrast with the black volcanic rock, creating a beautiful vignette along the whole coastline. It is a municipality where the volcanic tunnels and underground caves – caused by eruptions of the La Corona Volcano – have created some extraordinary landscapes. Haría is different to the rest – its distance from the hustle and bustle of other parts of the islands creates a relaxed atmosphere, while still offering a plethora of possibilities for visitors.