César Manrique – the name behind making Lanzarote a Biosphere Reserve. He believed and encouraged connections between man and nature. Since then, Lanzarote has been a destination for everyone looking to reconnect with nature without the urban hustle-bustle.
Timanfaya National Park
The place of Fire Mountains, this landscape of lava fields along with cone and salt marshes, resemble the surface of the moon.
A stroll around the fishing cottages, rustic bars, restaurants and a beautiful castle, Arrecife makes you long for more.
Quiet streets of Teguise are known for museum, market and a popular golden sand beach, Famara, on the northwest coast of the island.
Jardín de Cactus
Another marvel in Teguise, the cactus garden include around 4,500 cactus plants. The garden is one of Lanzarote’s Centres for Art, Culture and Tourism.
Cueva De Los Verdes
Formed from the eruption on Mount Corona 4000 years ago, the caves are enthralling with changing colors naturally due to salt and iron.
Sit in the sea-facing cafes and feel the water splashing on your face while you devour the unique potato and fresh fish in this village.
Jameos del Agua
César Manrique is the maestro behind transforming the debris of a volcanic tube into an auditorium, enjoyed and loved by tourists and locals alike.
The grapes grown here have a unique taste due to volcanic soil. Tasting the wine is a never-miss-this-thing in Lanzarote.
Cycling and Hiking
The unspoiled terrain with small hills calls out for you to take out your cycling gear and head out. The hiker in you will love the place too.
The blue waters of many beaches and year-round Sun, the island purvey swimming, surfing, diving and many other exciting activities.