Underwater scenery and moonlike landscapes, transparent water, arid land, with oases of palm trees coexisting in harmony with both man and nature. Lanzarote offers a landscape to enjoy all year round, with its sunny days, gorgeous beaches and beautiful, exotic volcanic valleys.
Lanzarote has more than 100 open-mouthed volcanoes within 800 square kilometres of petrified rivers of black lava, without fumes, a natural architecture in peaceful silence, full of charm. Pure and breathtaking beauty.
History is accumulated in the layers of sediment which cover every corner of Lanzarote, captivating travellers with its geological evolution. The seven municipalities which divide the island are connected to the sea. Each has more than one secret to share, and we invite you to discover them
Jameos del Agua was the first Art, Culture and Tourism Centre created by César Manrique, a local painter, sculptor and architect. This internationally awarded artist from Lanzarote pursued the harmony between nature and artistic creation during his lifetime.
In Jameos del Agua every detail is an invitation to look inwards and daydream, from the cool entrance flooded in green due to its huge ferns, to the original auditorium, unique in the world for its geological and acoustic features.
The word clicos refers to an edible local seafood that is now extinct. This section of a volcano crater formed during the 1730 eruptions, gave birth to this kind of amphitheatre open to the ocean.
Its peculiar greenish hue is due to the sulphur and a seagrass, in the family of Ruppiaceae contained by the water. The striking contrast of all these colours is of an indescribable beauty.
Created by violent volcanic eruptions, Las Montañas de Fuego form Timanfaya National Park, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.
The Islote de Hilario stands out as the main tourist highlight in the park, possessing the highest thermal anomalies of the dormant volcanoes on the island of Lanzarote. In some areas the surface reaches a temperature of 100 ºC. The park staff explain these geothermal anomalies by means of geysers and natural furnaces.
Av. de las Islas Canarias, s/n, 35509
Costa Teguise, Lanzarote, Las Palmas
Tf.: (+34) 928 826 077
Booking Number: (+34) +34 900 102 171