Things to do in Lanzarote for couples
The residence of Lanzarote’s most internationally renowned artist is set within five volcanic bubbles. Don’t miss the amazing César Manrique Foundation.
This Canary Island has natural swimming pools to delight everyone. Discover the best options and enjoy a relaxing dip in one of them.
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.
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!
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.
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
The best variety of this ancient plant, recorded in almost every culture in the world, is found in the Canary Archipelago, where it thrives in the favourable conditions provided by the trade winds and volcanic soil.
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.
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.