Things to see in the Lanzarote and surronding area
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.
Caleta de Sebo, with its sandy streets, is the departure point from which to explore the island’s spectacular wild beaches and volcanic landscapes.
The town makes the perfect base for visiting some of the most spectacular beaches and spots in the south of the island, which seems like another world
Several museums, a sculpture of César Manrique, a church and more. Despite its limited size, San Bartolomé (Lanzarote) has a number of must-see tourist attractions.
This salt enclave, formed by the eruptions of Timanfaya in 1730, is not only home to one of the island’s century-old businesses, but is also a scenic and ethnographic treasure well worth visiting.
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