Lanzarote is characterized by the lunar aridity of its landscape, its volcanos, craters and immense extensions of lava, its vineyards covered with volcanic ash, the clean and white color of its houses and villages, as well as the blue and emerald of its Atlantic waters.

Lanzarote is the most oriental island from the Canaries, it was declared “Biosphere Reserve” by the UNESCO in 1993. The volcanic area of Lanzarote extends along a great part of its surface due to the volcanic activity of the XVIII century.

The Coast of Lanzarote is formed by cliffs such as Famara, a great number of attractive and golden sand beaches and small creeks and volcanic tubes such as Jameos del Agua” which is the largest submarine volcanic tunnel of the world. This tunnel is called the Atlantis Tunnel. Next to Lanzarote they are also the small islands of Alegranza, La Graciosa, Montaña Clara, Roque del Este y Roque del Oeste.

Visit the seven wonders of Lanzarote, Jameos del Agua, Cueva de los Verdes, Mirador del Río, Jardín de Cactus, Castillo de San José, Monumento al Campesino y Montañas del Fuego.

Sainz, María, Guía Turística de Lanzarote, Ediciones A.M, ISBN84-95822-11-3



  • Day time opening hours: Every day 10h-19h
  • Evening time opening hours: Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 19:30 to 02:00
  • Entry Fee: Day time 8Euros Evening time: 9Eur. Folklore at 23:00
  • Bar and Cafe: 10h-19h
  • Souvenir shop
  • Recommended visit time: 2 hours
  • Phone: 928848020

In the natural region known as Malpais de la Corona”, is located a string of volcanic bubbles caves and the largest known volcanic tunnel in the world. Accourding to the Tourism Coucil sources, this tunnel extends from the volcano of “La Corona” and is immersed under water in what is known as the “Túnel de la Atlántida” (Tunnel of Atlantis). “Los Jameos del Agua” is a natural gallery with more than 6 km long inside where there is a lake that is originated by seawater filtration as it is below the sea level. In this place we can find the small and blind crabs of high scientific interest.

This architectural attraction was the first center of art, culture and tourism created by Cesar Manrique in 1968 based on the balance of nature and artistic creation. The center is formed by 3 “jameos” or openings, a spectacular auditorium in harmony with the environment which is integrated into a volcanic cave and the center of interpretation of volcanic phenomena.


  • Visiting hours from 10:00 to 19:00 h
  • Last tour at 17:00 pm
  • Entry Fee: 8Euros
  • Recommended time: 1 hour
  • Phone: 928848484

The “Cueva de los Verdes” (Green cave) is located in the village of Haria in the north of the island. It is one of the part of the volcanic tunnel where it is also integrated “Jameos del Agua”. The tour lasts about an hour where visitors can experience a journey into the earth where would discover one of the best secrets. An exciting experience.


  • Visiting Hours: daily 11h-21h
  • Restaurant: 13h to 23h
  • Free entry
  • Recommended time: 1 hour
  • Phone: 928812321

Located in the bay of the port of Arrecife, built in 1779 by order of King Carlos III, according to the Tourism Council of Lanzarote, to strengthen and guarantee the defense of the city. At present after the restoration overseen by Cesar Manrique, this building is the Museum of Contemporary Art since 1975. It was created in order to “promote, collect and exhibit the most significant works of Modern art”.

The San Jose Castle has a four forks restaurant where visitors can taste the exquisite Canarian and international cuisine.


  • Visiting Hours: daily 10h to 18h
  • Bar Cafeteria: 10h to 18h
  • Restaurant: 13h to 16h
  • For information and reservations: 928,520,136
  • Free entrance.
  • Recommended time: 1 hour

Located in the village of Mozaga between a crossroads that lead to any corner of the island. Accourding to sources of the Tourism Council of Lanzarote,César Manrique in this work wanted to honor the work and efforts of the forgotten and anonymous farmer of Lanzarote. From far away can be seen the magnificent abstract sculpture of the Monument to fertility, which was constructed with used tanks of water from ships that were joined to represent a farmer with his cattle.

Annex to the sculpture is placed the house-museum of the farmer, an old Canarian house that was enlarged and restored by the architect to reflect the life old way of the islanders. Today the visitor can see the various craft workshops typical of Lanzarote. In the restaurant can be tasted the traditional Canarian cuisine based on products and culinary habits of the people from Lanzarote (“Conejero”)



  • Opening Hours: daily 9 am to 18:00 pm
  • Last route: 18h
  • Bar Cafeteria: 9h to 17h
  • Restaurant: 12 pm to 15:30 pm
  • Phone: 928173789
  • Souvenir shop
  • Entry Fee: 8Euros
  • Recommended time: 2 hours

Accourding to sources of Lanzarote Tourism Council,“Montañas del Fuego” or Timanfaya National Park covers the west-center of Lanzarote this being affected by volcanic eruptions during the years 1730 to 1736 and later in 1824. During 6 years were numerous explosions, tremors and discharges of lava which constantly were buried many villages and therefore changing completely the morphology of the island.

Timanfaya National Park was established in 1974 and covers an area of 54km, a striking landscape of colored craters where there is a world and inorganic minerals. At the entrance of the park it is found the camels where visitors can enjoy an exotic camel ride, then there is the “Islote de Hilario” where according to volcanologists there are “geothermal anomalies” reaching a temperature of about 400 º C at a depth of 2 meters. This phenomenon is generated due to a residual magma chamber which makes clear its impact to all visitors through the famous geysers, “aulagas” burning and cooking with the natural volcano heat.


  • Visiting hours from 10:00 to 19:00 h
  • Bar / cafe: From 10:00 to 17:45 h
  • Services: bar, cafeteria
  • Souvenir shop
  • Entry Fee: 4.70 Euros
  • Recommended time: 1 hour
  • Bar Cafe: 10:00 am to 18:45 pm
  • Phone: 928526548

One of the centers of art, culture and tourism which will have to be visited. It is located in “Risco de Famara”at 479 meters high. It represents one of the most beautiful and spectacular views toward the island of “La Graciosa”, and islands belonging to the archipelago “Chinijo”. Among Lanzarote and La Graciosa there is a form of sea passage which is known as “El Rio”. An impressive panoramic view, which will be permanently on the retinas of our visitors.

Accourding to the Lanzarote Tourism Council, this special place was designed by the famous architect Cesar Manrique, who rebuilt and old artillery position, integrating his new work in nature, as if it were part of it.


  • Visiting hours from 10:00 to 19:00 h
  • Bar / cafe: From 10:00 to 17:45 h
  • Services: bar, cafeteria
  • Restaurant and Cafe: 10 am to 18:30 pm
  • Recommended time: 1 hour
  • Souvenir shop
  • Price: 5 Euros
  • Phone: 928529397

The cactus garden is located bellow the mill of Guatiza,and according to sources of the Lanzarote Tourism Council, it represents another fantastic work Manrique The main purpouse was to create a study center of botanical flora of the area. The garden has an amphitheatre shape, and it contains more than 1.400 species and a total of 10,000 plants which are exposed in the descending terraces of the place. The great majority of cactus are from America but there are also species of Madagascar and the Canary Islands.

El Golfo, Lanzarote

A very special place, where the water boils. This effect is due to the strength of the sea through the volcanic rocks. The sound and effect are spectacular.