A visit to the Timanfaya National Park is a must for every visitor to Lanzarote. The spectacular volcanic landscape, that covers a quarter of the island, was created over six years of near-continuous volcanic eruptions that took place between 1730 … Continued

Mirador del Rio

Mirador del Rio is a cliff-top viewpoint, offering superb panoramic views over the archipelago of small islands that lie off Lanzarote’s North coast. The current tourist centre opened its doors in 1973 and was conceived by the local artist, Cesar … Continued

El Golfo

Amongst all of the Volcanic spectacles in Lanzarote, the green lagoon located beside the village of El Golfo is perhaps the strangest-looking and most other-worldly. The Charco or Laguna de los Clicos, to give its correct title, is also known … Continued

Jameos del Agua

Jameos del Agua, located in the North of Lanzarote, is a series of collapsed and semi-submerged volcanic tubes that were converted into a tourist attraction in the 1960s and 70s by the late Lanzarote-born artist, César Manrique. The term ‘jameo‘ … Continued

La Graciosa

La Graciosa is a small island of just 27 km² that is part of the Chinijo Archipelago, a group of islands that lies just north of Lanzarote. The Chinijo Archipelago consists of La Graciosa, Montana Clara and Alegranza as well … Continued

San Bartolomé

San Bartolomé is the geographical centre of the island of Lanzarote and an important agricultural region where vegetables grow in the sandy “jable” soil, unique to Lanzarote.The main crops that grow in the region are sweet potatoes, watermelons and squash. … Continued


Haria is a peaceful town located in the north of Lanzarote in the ‘valley of one thousand palms’. At the centre of the town is a beautiful and tranquil square with some small shops and restaurants. On Saturday mornings there … Continued


Lanzarote’s most northerly village is a far cry from the major tourist resorts of the south and you really will feel like you have arrived at a remote settlement as you drive into the town. This is in itself Orzola’s … Continued