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Lanzarote: Paradise is very close

Pure nature, landscapes of enigmatic contrasts, attractive underwater and volcanic scenes, arid and desert land, oasis and palm trees, 200 km. of coastline with fine white, gold and black sand, a privileged climate... The beautiful island of Lanzarote has much to offer.  Declared Biosphere Reserve by Unesco, blends modern and bustling tourist resorts with small white houses, unspoilt areas, landscapes that appear in films like Hace un millón de años, Los abrazos rotos, Invasor, In the Heart of Sea, amongst others.


Lanzarote is a caprice of nature, shaped with flair by its volcanic past and human touch. Nowadays it is impossible to imagine this island without the brilliance of César Manrique, one of its most international son/citizen. Life in the renown Tierra del Fuego goes on quietly, unaware of the tedious worldy problems./tedious problems of the rest of the world. Main Highlights: the lunar appearance of Parque Nacional de Timanfaya, Jameos del Agua, Los Verdes CaveMirador del Río… Those who are gourmets can savour  its excellent gastronomy, wines  and malmseys D.O. Lanzarote (certificate of origin). A land of history and tradition, visited by many artists seeking for inspiration.  However, visiting this paradise is very risky … you may want to stay there forever… like Omar Sharif or José Saramago.


Lanzarote: Paradise is very close

Los Jameos del Agua

Los Jameos del Agua, like the Los Verdes Cave, are located inside the volcanic tunnel created by the eruption of La Corona Volcano over 3.000 years ago. It is one of island's most symbolic places and is known as César Manrique's first work in Lanzarote (1968), for the volcanic formatios and its natural beauty.

It owes its name to the existence of an internal lake made up of at least three jameos or openings in the ground: the Jameo Chico, which gives access to the interior; the Jameo Grande; and a third, known as the Jameo de la Cazuela. Next to the Jameos you will find Casa de los Volcanos, a museum dedicated to vulcanology and an investigation centre.



After passing through a small entrance, you will descend an clever spiral staircase made of volcanic rock and wood, that allows us to discover, little by little from the top, the first stop: the Jameo Chico. In this space, you will notice abundant vegetation. Following the same staircase you will reach Jameo Grande, a singular space 100 metres long and 30 metres wide. It has a beautiful garden and a large swimming pool designed by César Manrique.

Perfectly built in the landscape you will find two bars, a dance floor and a concert hall with great acoustics integrated in the volcanic cave. It is the perfect place for concerts, plays and ballet.



In between the two Jameos you will find a natural salt-watered lake and amazing crystal clear waters, as well as more than a dozen different species such as Jameitos or blind crabs  (Munidopsis polymorpha). This species is blind and albino after living for milleniums inside the volcanic grottoe.


Los Jameos del Agua

Cactus Garden

In spite of the 5.000 square metres, you will find an organised garden perfectly fitted in the agricultural environment of Guatiza, in the town of Teguise.

César Manrique's creative inventiveness transformed an old volcanic ash quarry into an interesting cactus garden with over 7.200 specimen of 1.100 different species from the Canaries and countries such as Peru, Mexico, Chile, United States, Kenia, Tanzania and Morrocco.

In the top part of the garden you will find an old windill, restored and transformed into a restaurant by Manrique.



Guatiza was of great economic importance during the 19th century thanks to the prickly pear plantations. For decades the pigmentation was used as a dye for textiles or carmine.


Cactus Garden

Monumento al campesino

You will find the monument in Lanzarote's geographical centre, in a signficant crossroads from where you can access any place on the island. It is exactly at this point where you can see several outstanding agricultural images: La Guería and enarenados del Jable.


César Manrique chose an exceptional location to exhibit one of his most symbolic work: Casa-Museo del Campesino y Monumento a la Fecundidad (1968)


Fecundidad stands out isolated, over the horizon, a 15 metre sculpture dedicated to the local peasant. Inside, you can observe several objects and tools related to the islander culture and agriculture.




Monumento al campesino

Timanfaya is one of the best lanscapes of Lanzarote. In the 18th and 19th century, after the volcanic eruptions, Lanzarote's landscape changed forever. Ever since that moment a quarter of its territory remained buried under a thick layer of ashes and sea of lava.

The result of this is a breathtaking landscape with remarkable reliefs, protected since 1974 under the National Park distinction.



We recommend following the Ruta de los Volcanos (Volcano Route) or Montañas del Fuego. 14 kilometres that have been prepared for visitors to enjoy this special location through roads that are perfectly fitted in the environment and designed by César Manrique and Jesús Soto.

Walking around the craters or on a dromedary are always a unique experience to enjoy an unforgettable holiday. Along the journey you will be able to see what vulcanologists call geothermical faults, that produce unusual temperatures on the surface.

During the journey, on the islote de Hilario, you can find a restaurant-viewpoint El Diablo, designed by Manrique.



Overall forecast

Lanzarote is an ideal destination to enjoy the beach, 365 days a yeard. It has an annual average temperature of 22º and more than 300 annual sun days. We recommend filling your suitcase with beach clothes, suntan lotion and a light jersey for night time. The geographical contrasts have created several microclimates that make it more interesting to travel around this beautiful island.

  • Don’t forget your bathing suit! The coastline’s water has an excellent temperature all year round.
  • If you are planning on travelling to Peñas del Chache, the highest peak on the island, take with you comfortable shoes and a warm coat
  • The Biosphere Reserve’s mild temperaturas will let you enjoy up to 13 different protected Natural Environments
  • During the spring Lanzarote is especially green and beautiful. Sign up for its interesting hiking routes!
JAN20.4 °C13.7 °C
FEB21.2 °C13.9 °C
MAR22.5 °C14.6 °C
APR23.0 °C15.0 °C
MAY24.2 °C16.3 °C
JUN25.7 °C18.1 °C
JUL27.8 °C19.9 °C
AUG28.8 °C20.7 °C
SEP28.4 °C20.4 °C
OCT26.3 °C18.7 °C
NOV23.9 °C16.8 °C
DEC21.4 °C14.8 °C

César Manrique's Magic

In Lanzarote, the influence of César Manrique (1919-1992, Arrecife) is more than evident. His work admired in Lanzarote and abroad, is based on architecture in perfect harmony with nature. It was on his return from New York in 1966, when this universal citizen from Lanzarote when he took the decision of transforming his homeland in one of the most admired sites in the world, without altering its essence. “For me Lanzarote was the most beautiful place on Earth... so I decided to show its beauty to the world”. Today we can say that he achieved it. Many people think that this versatile artist’s best piece of art is Lanzarote. Precisely, it is in/on this island where he achieved the turn nature to art. Gifted with a unique imagination and creative impulse, he knew like no one did, the aspects of the landscapes and traditions of the island. Discover Lanzarote through César Manrique’s eyes, represented by his work: Mirador del Río, los Jameos del Agua,  Cueva de los Verdes,  Jardín de Cactus,  Museo de Arte Moderno, Fundación César Manrique, Monumento al Campesino,  Juguetes del Viento...

Route to the best beaches on the island

Welcome to Lanzarote, known worldwide for its art-nature and its beautiful beaches. With a yearly average temperature of 19,5ºC, its calm sea, are perfect for family holidays, at the sunny beach, strolling along the vast promenades, enjoying nautical activities, nice boat excursions … In Lanzarote you have many  options. Unspoilt beaches, vast coastlines equipped with the best facilities and services, tiny cala, coastlines visited by athletes eager to enjoy one of the world’s best venues to practice surfing, windsufing, kitesurfing Lanzarote’s beaches are known around the world for their beauty and quality. Amongst the endless coastline, we must highlight Las Cucharas (Teguise), Matagorda, Los Pocillos, Playa Blanca, Playa Grande (Tías) and Puerto Calero (Yaiza); they all have the Blue Flag; you can also enjoy a walk along the picturesque fishermen’s docks and the marinas of Puerto Calero near the town of Puerto del Carmen or the Marina Rubicón in Playa Blanca, where you can enjoy the best nautical atmosphere, is always a good option. 

Organise your trip

You can start to prepare your trip to Lanzarote today.  We will provide you with all the required information to make your trip to the perfect.



Choose the date for your holiday, depending on what you want to do during your stay on the island. Even though Lanzarote's climate is mild all year round, if you want to hike or enjoy nature, its probably better to travel in winter. From May to October, you get perfect weather to enjoy the beautiful beaches.



Your ID and/or passport are essential to travel as well as your driving licence if you are thinking of hiring a car. Young travellers, students or senior citizens are entitled to discounts on public transportation, museum tickets and other interesting sites.


How do I get there?


From the main European cities, it is possible to fly to Lanzarote a layover. Lanzarote Airport (ACE) is located near the capital city, Arrecife, and is the third largest airport of the Archipelago, after Gran Canaria Airport and Tenerife South Airport.



Many travellers hire package holidays that include flights, transport to and from the airport and acommodation.



Arrecife's Port is Lanzarote's main port and it is connected to Las Palmas de Gran CanariaSanta Cruz de Tenerife and Cádiz. From Playa Blanca port there are regular trip run by the companies Navieras Armas and Fred Olsen that connect Lanzarote with Fuerteventura.



Lanzarote has a gret road network, it is easy to get around by car. The motorway connects the airport to the capital, ArrecifePlaya Blanca and Yaiza are also connected by a motorway. A public bus network is also available.

Where can I stay?

In Lanzarote you will find a wide range of hotels to suit all tastes and budgets. The incredible natural beauty of the Island of Fire has favoured the development of rural, charming hotels, ideal for relaxing holidays and for those who love hiking, nature and traditions.


There is a top selection of hotels available along all of the island's coastline, where you will find amazing Resorts and exclusive hotels. Check if your booking includes breakfast. It will probably be a buffet breakfast with a wide variety of cheeses, cold cuts, cereal, yoghurt, juices, breads and sweets. The majority of hotels include warm breakfast and local products. Bon Apetit!

Medical Assitance

You may take out an insurance policy to cover medical assistance during the trip. We also offer a travel insurance policy, which covers medical assistance, theft and cancellation charges. Several private medical centres and private hospitals throughout many towns on the island offer medical assitance. In case of emergency we recommend going to the Hospital General and Hospital Insular located in the capital, Arrecife.



    <li style="text-align: justify;">Hospital Insular: 0034 928 810 500 </li>
    <li style="text-align: justify;">Hospital General: 0034 928 595 000</li>
    <li style="text-align: justify;">Centro de Salud de Tytheroy: 0034 928 597 097</li>
    <li style="text-align: justify;">Centro de Salud de Valterra: 0034 928 597 110</li>
    <li style="text-align: justify;">Cruz Roja: 0034 928 814 866</li>
    <li style="text-align: justify;">Cruz Roja (urgencias): 0034 928 812 222</li>



    <li style="text-align: justify;">Casa de Socorro 0034 928 845 262</li>
    <li style="text-align: justify;">Centro de Salud de La Graciosa 0034 928 812 327</li>
    <li style="text-align: justify;">Centro de Salud de Teguise: 0034 928 593 006</li>



    <li style="text-align: justify;">Centro de Salud de Pto. del Carmen: 0034 928 512 711</li>
    <li style="text-align: justify;">Cruz Roja: 0034 928 815 055 // 928 81 48 66</li>
    <li style="text-align: justify;">Centro de Salud de Tías: 0034 928 524 244</li>
    <li style="text-align: justify;">Centro de Salud de Tinajo: 0034 928 840 445</li>



    <li style="text-align: justify;">Cruz Roja: 0034 928 830 190</li>
    <li style="text-align: justify;">Centro de Salud de Yaiza: 0034 928 830 190</li>
    <li style="text-align: justify;">Centro de Salud de Playa Blanca: 0034 928 830 190</li>
    <li style="text-align: justify;">Casa de Socorro: 0034 928 830 068</li>

If I book Flight + Hotel, when will I receive my travel documents?

Once the booking is confirmed you will receive a confirmation e-mail. The voucher for the hotel will be also sent by email plus the vouchers for any other services (car hire, transfer, travel insurance) if booked.

Please note that no flight tickets are sent due to most airlines using e-tickets. You only need to print our confirmation email where the Airline`s booking reference appears and take it with you to the airport with your ID/Passport documents.

Important: Some Low Cost Airlines (Ryanair, Easyjet, Wizzair, Blueair and others) now request all passengers to check-in online and print the Boarding Cards before departure through their corresponding websites. Failure to do so, these airlines will charge you a supplement at the airport.

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