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SOUTHERN AREA OF LANZAROTE

Timanfaya National Park

We will cross the town of Yaiza to enter the jewel in our crown, the Timanfaya National Park. It is a place of volcanic origin with an area of 51 km² in which there are approximately 300 volcanoes in which volcanic activity is still recorded. The most important eruption dates from the year 1730 and lasted 6 years and the last eruption was in 1824.
In Timanfaya you can enter the volcanoes enjoying spectacular views. The park staff will give you some demonstrations so that you can see the activity of the volcano, I better not tell you more. Find out and enjoy.

9:30am-4pm

12€ / 6€

60'-90'

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Camels

In the Timanfaya National Park we have the Camel Ditch, where if it suits you, you can enjoy a ride on this animal, which in the past was of great help to our peasants in the field tasks and in transporting the crops.

9am-3pm

12€/camel - 2 pax

30'

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SNACK BAR

El Golfo

A small fishing village in the southwest of the island, here you can see the Charco de los Clicos, popularly known for the green lagoon.It consists of a lagoon of water filtered by the sea and that has a beautiful emerald green color caused by the phytoplankton that inhabit in the background.

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YES

SUNSETS

Los Hervideros

Spectacular landscape where you can see how the force of the sea impacts the magma transformed into stone. Entering the cities of the rocks emerging through holes causing an effect like boiling water.

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SUNSETS

Salinas del Janubio

A fascinating multicolored explosion full of subtleties, being one of the most impressive landscapes of Lanzarote that since 1985, passed from generation to generation, until today sea salt has been produced in a natural way without preservatives or additives.

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NO

SUNSETS

La Geria

Unique and unusual landscape where you will be able to contemplate the special way of the peasants of Lanzarote to cultivate the vine, digging some holes and surrounding them with volcanic stones in order to protect the vines from the wind. They will also be able to taste this volcano-flavored wine in one of the rustic Lanzarote wineries in the place.

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NORTHERN AREA OF LANZAROTE

Jameos del Agua

It is a volcanic tube, formed by the lava from the corona volcano, you will be able to contemplate nature made art. The word Jameo is of aboriginal origin and refers to the hole that occurs as a result of the collapse of the roof of a volcanic tube.
Adorned with large ferns that with their green color mixes between the dark volcanic tones and the clear reflections of the sun reflected in its inner lake that is inhabited by its peculiar and small white crabs. A show for our senses.

10am-5pm

10€ / 5€

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YES

Mirador del Río

From an altitude of 400 meters and in a breathtaking environment is the viewpoint of the river from the top of the Famara cliff, you will be able to contemplate our eighth island La Graciosa from one of the most representative architectural creations of our great artist César Manrique.

10am-5pm

5€ / 2.5€

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SNACK BAR

LA GRACIOSA ISLAND

Jardín del Cactus

Once again our Lanzarote artist Cesar Manrique surprises us with this his latest work of art created in Lanzarote. It is an old rofera, the place from which the rofe, grains of coarse volcanic sand that is used as the upper layer of cultivated land, is extracted.
To create a large garden with 450 different species of cacti, arriving from the 5 continents, approximately 4500 specimens. The contrast of the plants mixed with the architectural landscape creates a harmonic explosion that impacts the visitor.

10am-5pm

6.5€ / 3.25€

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YES

Cueva de los Verdes

Located in the municipality of Haría, we would be talking about a large volcanic tube with a length of seven kilometers that goes from the La Corona Volcano to the coast.
The Cueva de los Verdes owes its name to the fact that it was once used as a refuge for the island’s inhabitants from attacks by Barbary corsairs, and the owners of these lands were known as Los Verdes. You will be able to go through a section of the cave where, in the company of a guide, we can learn interesting details about its history.

10am-4pm

10€ / 5€

1 hour

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Teguise

Teguise, whose name was taken from the daughter of the last aboriginal king Guadarfía, was the capital of the island from the middle of the 15th century and until mid-1852, the fact that it was Atalaya allowed the locals to spot possible pirate incursions.
Since its soil was suitable for agriculture and also due to its strategic position, Teguise became the first urban and civil nucleus of Lanzarote.
Visiting the Villa de Teguise is like going back five hundred years in time since its majestic houses and cobbled streets still preserve their perfect condition.

SUNDAYS MORNING MARKET

HISTORICAL SET

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YES

Monumento al Campesino

We will start our route visiting this old village of traditional Lanzarote architecture where you can contemplate all the cultural and traditional elements of our island. At the entrance stands the monument, a symbol of the fertility of the rural lands of Lanzarote, paying homage to the farmers of our land.

10am-6pm

FREE ENTRANCE

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YES

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