Is a must-see, a National Park full of craters, a hotspot, perfectly visible during the visit.
Places to see
Know the art of Cesar Manrique with this place as the main artwork in the island.
Volcanic cave originated from Volcan de la Corona.
Probably the best ocean views in the island overlooking to La Graciosa island.
A cactus garden with more than 4.000 cacti and 450 different species from all around the world.
Beautiful ocean drive along the west-south coast, ‘EL Golfo’, ‘Los Hervideros’ and Janubio’s Salt flats’ as places to see.
Animal icon, they belong to Lanzarote’s history with his help to develop the construction and agriculture side.
Cesar Manrique former house built in a lava flow, nowadays is a museum.
Restaurant built in a volcanic bubble which offers local food, there’s an artisan plaza with workshops.
A former fort to defend the city, now is a paintings and sculptures museum with a nice restaurant at the bottom.
The wildest side in the island, waves for surfers and a good gastronomy.
Some of the agriculture products, volcanic ashes are used to help to retain the humidity.
A jewel in the Canaries, locate on top of Lanzarote connected daily by ferry.
Out of the National Park and with the same lanscape is possible to enjoy trekings among the volcanoes.
Located at Timanfaya National Park, the devil restaurant and the natural oven are a nice example about a lava stone arquitecture.