No island is more charming than Atlantis for everyone’s imagination, set beyond the Pillars of Hercules and plunged into the ocean. According to the legends the Canary Islands stretching between Africa and Spain are the emerged remains of the ancient mythical reign: seven islands gifted with a mild climate all year through and many different landscapes. Our journey takes place along the most extreme Eastern edges of this archipelago, from the lighhouse of Punta de Janda of Fuerteventura, the wild desert island, to the Mirador del Rio of Lanzarote, the island with a moon landscape. It’s a route to be covered by car following an advice: if you intend to rent a car you’d better enlarge the insurance for the dirt roads since they are the ones that lead you to the most incredible places to see. Fuerteventura is one of these places in the most Southern part, the pensinsula of Jandia, famous for its white beaches, its dunes and its dry plains up to the lonely lighthouse. You must go through Puerto de la Cruz, a tiny settlement where you can stop to eat the fresh fish which is served at the chirringuitos on the beach.