Eating out in Lanzarote
A multisensory cinema, scaling volcanic craters and an aquarium full of native species are just some of the activities that this coastal town has to offer.
A bar, a restaurant, an art gallery and more. Lagomar is a multifunctional space that shows how architecture can integrate into the landscape in a harmonious fashion enhancing it even further.
In terms of food the island offers everything from traditional establishments to cutting-edge restaurants. Discover the best restaurants in Lanzarote!
This volcanic valley, the legacy of the lava eruptions of Timanfaya, shelters the most important wine-growing region of Lanzarote, with production based mainly on the malvasia variety.
In addition to its unique scenery and extraordinary beaches, the volcanic island has excellent bars and nightclubs for dancing until dawn. Get ready to go out in Lanzarote!
Gofio, papas arrugadas, seafood… The island’s cuisine combines simplicity with great flavour. Here are our recommendations for enjoying the typical foods of Lanzarote!
This hundred-year-old Canarian festival, held just before Lent, celebrates life through song and dance in a context that was historically adverse for its people.
A picnic area and a children’s playground make up this recreation area located on the Risco de Famara. Incomparable views both inland and out to the Chinijo Archipelago.
Lanzarote invites you to discover the delights of a solo trip to connect with its natural surroundings, discover the secrets of its landscapes, and enjoy a wide range of tourist experiences.
Its beautiful scenery, its idyllic beaches and its many secluded places where you can forget about the world make the volcanic island of Lanzarote one of the top destinations for couples