Canary Islands: Timanfaya National Park

This is the national park that defines Lanzarote with its Mountains of Fire. A nonstop 6-year eruption in 1730-36 released massive amounts of lava material from multiple vents and craters. The most spectacular part of the park is unfortunately only accessible on a stupid tourist bus that doesn’t stop and you can’t get out or take decent pictures. It’s red, orange, yellow, brown, black and every other hue imaginable of lava as far as the eye can see. The coastline is spectacular, especially the Green Lake and rocks full of olivine