Things to see in Lanzarote
This work by the Lanzarote-born artist and architect César Manrique represents the culmination of his passion for harmonising Art and Nature. See the view from the Mirador del Río!
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.
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.
The iconic Lanzarote fortress, in the tranquil bay of Arrecife, has been home to the Museum of the History of the City since 1972.
This defensive fortress, now the headquarters of MIAC [International Museum of Contemporary Art], was built in 1776 to provide employment for the islanders in a time of poverty and drought
This lookout point, located on the cliffs of Risco de Famara at 500 meters above sea level and exposed to the trade winds, offers a spectacular view of the island of La Graciosa.
Designed by César Manrique in the ‘70s and later left abandoned, today this unique place is being revamped as the Haría Flora and Fauna Interpretation Centre.
The chapel, located on the highest point of Lanzarote, has been a place of pilgrimage by farmers for centuries and has one of the most magical views of the island.