The islands of Tenerife and Lanzarote were a suitably fiery place for the Guanches – the original natives and considered the strongest and bravest inhabitants of the Canaries. In the 1300s, one of the first explorers to ‘discover’ Lanzarote was an Italian seafarer by the name of Lancelloto Malocello. It’s thought the island’s name might be derived from his first name. By the end of the 15th century the Spanish had arrived, and the islands have been under Spanish rule ever since.
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