• Charco de los Clicos

    Charco de los Clicos, Yaiza, Spain .

    Located 5 minutes walk from El Hotelito, Charco de los Clicos (Green Lagoon) is a lagoon inside a volcano crater in Lanzarote. A volcanic landscape to be enjoyed by the sea.

    It is an obligatory stop as it is one of the most impressive places on the island. It stands out for its landscape carved by fire, sea and wind.

    This landscape has attracted the attention of several filmmakers, including Pedro Almodovar (Los abrazos rotos) or Ron Howard (En el corazón del mar).

  • Timanfaya National Park (Parque Nacional de Timanfaya)

    Parque Nacional de Timanfaya, Spain .

    Timanfaya National Park is a Spanish national park in the southwestern part of the island of Lanzarote, in the Canary Islands. It covers parts of the municipalities Tinajo and Yaiza. The area is 51.07 square kilometres, and the parkland is entirely made up of volcanic soil.

    An impressive landscape, as if from another planet. As a result of the volcanic activity that took place between 1730 and 1736, you will find 25 active volcanoes in an area of more than 50 km2.

  • Montañas de Fuego Mountains

    Montañas del Fuego, Spain .

    The Montañas del Fuego (Mountains of Fire) are located in the Parque Nacional de Timanfaya, where you can enjoy the spectacular landscape and see volcanic activity first hand, as well as taste dishes cooked using the heat of the volcano in the El Diablo restaurant. 

  • Lanzarote Golf Resort

    Lanzarote Golf, Puerto del Carmen, Spain .

    Lanzarote Golf is a new golf course on the island of Lanzarote, situated between Puerto del Carmen and Tias, 5 minutes from the main hotels and beaches of Puerto del Carmen and 10 minutes from the airport. It is an 18-hole, par 72 course with four par 3’s, four par 5’s and ten par 4’s, with a total of 6.133 m. length. The course was conceived to appeal to any player regardless of handicap, to enjoy the game on wide fairways and big greens.

  • Lanzarote Airport

    Lanzarote Airport, Arrefice de Lanzarote, Spain .

    César Manrique-Lanzarote Airport, commonly known as Lanzarote Airport and also known as Arrecife Airport, is the airport serving the island of Lanzarote in the Canary Islands. The airport is located in San Bartolomé, Las Palmas, 5 kilometres southwest of the island's capital, Arrecife.

  • Los Hervideros

    Los Hervideros, Yaiza, Spain .

    Very close to our accommodation, 5 minutes by car, we find the Hervideros, a place sculpted by lava and the sea. Impressive caves or lava caves where the sea bounces off the rocks.

  • Salinas de Janubio

    Salinas de Janubio, Yaiza, Spain .

    These beautiful salt mines are located 3 minutes from Los Hervideros. They are surrounded by a black sand beach and a natural lagoon. A fascinating multicoloured explosion.

  • Fundación César Manrique

    Fundación César Manrique, Calle Jorge Luis Borges, Tahiche, Spain .

    The Fundación César Manrique is located in the distinctive home that the Lanzarote born artist César Manrique had in Tahíche, and which he shaped after his return from New York. It is a work of art in itself, where nature and architecture fuse into a single piece. A visit to this house, which seems to spring from a sea of lava, is an exceptional experience and helps to understand the artist’s work and message.

  • Lagomar

    Museo Lagomar, Calle los Loros, Nazaret, Spain .

    Lagomar is one of the most original corners of Lanzarote, a museum located inside a volcano in the village of Nazaret, in Teguise.

  • Jardín de Cactus

    Jardín de Cactus de Lanzarote, Avenida Garafía, Guatiza, Spain .

    The Jardín de Cactus (Cactus Garden) is a wonderful example of an architectural intervention integrated into the landscapeCésar Manrique created this audacious architectural complex, maintaining the same unbreakable connection between art and nature that is found in all his spacial interventions. It is located in the village of Guatiza, in the municipality of Teguise, in the heart of an agricultural landscape characterised by extensive plantations of prickly pear cactus dedicated to the cultivation of cochineal.

  • Jameos del Agua

    Jameos del Agua Restaurante, Calle de Jameos del Agua, Punta Mujeres, Spain .

    Los Jameos del Agua, like the Cueva de los Verdes, is located inside a volcanic tunnel produced by eruptions of the Corona Volcano. Los Jameos is located in the section of the tunnel that is closest to the coast. It owes its name to the existence of an interior lake caused by infiltrating sea water, and which gives rise to a unique geological formation.

  • Mirador del Río

    Mirador del Rio, Haría, Spain .

    Mirador del Río (Río Viewpoint) is one of the most unique architectural creations by César Manrique. It is located high up on the Risco de Famara escarpment, at an altitude of 474 metres, in the northernmost part of the island. From here you can gaze out at one of Lanzarote’s most spectacular panoramic viewsthe Parque Natural del Archipiélago Chinijo (Chinijo Archipelago National Park) and the Risco de Famara escarpment.

  • Monumento al Campesino

    Monumento al Campesino, Carretera Arrecife a Tinajo, Mozaga, Spain .

    The Casa-Museo al Campesino and the Monument to Fertility was built by César Manrique and inaugurated in 1968. The creation of this architectural ensemble is due on the one hand to recognize the hard life of the Peasant who worked in the Geria and the monument is a symbol to the fruitfulness of the lands of the island.

  • La Geria

    La Geria, Spain .

    La Geria is one of the most characteristic agricultural landscapes of the island of Lanzarote. Considered Protected Natural Area, it consists mainly of volcanic rock and its most characteristic use are the plantations of vineyards that take advantage for its development the possibilities of lapilli as a retainer of moisture.

  • Playas de Papagayo

    Parking Playa del Papagayo, Calle Hoya de Afre, Costa de Papagayo, Spain .

    For many tourists the Papagayo Beaches are the most attractive beaches in Lanzarote. Located in the south tip of the island, its protected coast, together with its majestic silhouette, make it the perfect sun and beach enclave.Papagayo is part of the Los Ajaches Natural Monument. This area extends from the limits of Playa Blanca tourist area to the most southeastern point of the island.

  • Famara

    Caleta de Famara, Spain .

    Situated in the Chinijo Archipelago Natural Park (between the village of La Caleta de Famara and the cliffs of the Risco de Famara) lies an inlet of golden sand, five kilometres in length and known by the name of Famara. Its enduring image is of the mirror-like pool of water created as the tide goes out which reflects the cliff, as though allowing us a glimpse of another dimension of reality. If Papagayo is a calm place, Famara is the exact opposite: its powerful swell and the constant wind allows lovers of water sports, such as surfing, windsurfing and kitesurfing, to have the time of their lives. In the nearby village of La Caleta de Famara, there are plenty of restaurants to help visitors replenish the energy they have expended. To complete a day visiting Famara’s beaches, wait for sunset. Then you can admire the glorious colours of the sky and, on the horizon, the jagged silhouette of the Island of La Graciosa.