Hiking routes in Lanzarote and natural tourist attractions
The Jameos del Agua are the fruit of the creativity of César Manrique, a work which allows us a glimpse into the geological wonders of inland Lanzarote.
The lights and shadows of the Cueva de los Verdes create an almost dreamlike universe where the visitor is entranced by the beauty of the rocky shapes and structures.
The village of El Golfo, with a population of under 200, is home to a Martian-like landscape formed in 1730 by large eruptions that has appeared in various films.
Conceived as an explosion of vegetation in a former volcanic rock quarry, Lanzarote’s Jardín de Cactus is one of the spots not to be missed on this Canary Island.
This Canary Island has natural swimming pools to delight everyone. Discover the best options and enjoy a relaxing dip in one of them.
Volcanic eruptions have created a unique natural setting that is most impressive when the sea is at its roughest. Be sure to visit Los Hervideros de Lanzarote!
Lanzarote, with its transparent waters, pleasant temperatures, countless marine species and more than 100 dive sites, is the perfect scuba diving destination.
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.
This pleasant walk of approximately 10 kilometres will bring you to the top of the widest and deepest crater on the island. Caldera Blanca: a once-in-a-lifetime experience!
Formed over 3,000 years ago during one of the island’s eruptive episodes, the volcanic cone forged an ashy malpaís in its surroundings, which is home to an oasis of flora and fauna