Places To Visit

Visiting the Jameos del Agua

Manrique’s space age party venue is located in a lava bubble, where a legendary lake filled with unique blind crabs is flanked by restaurants, cafes, a volcano museum and a natural concert auditorium. Here’s what to expect when you visit.

Visiting the Cueva de los Verdes

The oldest of Lanzarote’s tourist centres is a marvellously lit tour through a volcanic cave system. The surprise towards the end is genuinely stunning. Here’s what to expect when you visit.

Visiting the stunning Mirador del Río

The crowning jewel of the north. Standing on the edge of the Mirador del Río’s observatory platform is like standing on the edge of the world. Here’s what to expect when you visit.

How to get to Lanzarote’s many markets

Here’s a quick guide to the biggest markets on Lanzarote, from charming farmer’s markets where you can buy fresh produce, to handicrafts and souvenirs and gifts.

Catching the ferry to La Graciosa & Fuerteventura

Lanzarote offers two short ferries to La Graciosa from Órzola in the north and to Fuerteventura from Playa Blanca in the south. Here’s all you need to know about catching the ferry.

A tourist’s guide to the Saborea Food Festival

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The Saborea Food Festival is a fantastic event that sees thousands of visitors arrive to taste stunning dishes from some of the island's most prestigious restaurants.

Visiting the Haría garden

The centre of the town of Haría is home to one of the most important gardens on Lanzarote – a plot that David Riebold has dedicated to the native plant life of the island. It’s a fascinating, inspiring place that we had the immense pleasure of visiting recently.

Visiting Lanzarote’s airport museum

Lanzarote’s Museo Aeronáutico (Airport Museum) is passed by thousands of cars daily, but only a few end up exploring this fascinating place. That’s a shame, because it’s a little gem – we took a tour of the museum recently.

Visiting Haría

Haría is quiet, charming and full of character – a place where the timeless rhythms of daily life still seem to prevail.

What to do when it rains on Lanzarote

When it does rain on Lanzarote, it rarely does so for long. Light showers are the main type of rain, but much heavier downfalls can also happen. Whatever type of rain, you probably won’t be spending much time on the beach or by the pool, so here are a few other bright ideas for a wet day.