9th Nov 2023 @ 9:39 am

The Centres of Art, Culture and Tourism on Lanzarote will see a steep overall rise in entry fees in 2024, according to the department of the Cabildo in charge.

Tourist councillor Ángel Vazquez has commented that the number of visitors to the centres is at an all-time high, and that they could be more profitable. He told Diario de Lanzarote “The Centres have become vulgarised; the entry fees were ridiculous. It cannot be that an adult, paying six euros (the price for a multi- ticket voucher) can visit the Montañas del Fuego, which are the main attraction of the Island and a unique space in the world.”

The new rates, which are likely to be approved by the end of the year, will be as follows:

Tourist CentreNew PricePercentage Increase
Montañas de Fuego20€ (currently 12€)66.6%
Jameos del Agua15€ (currently 10€)50%
Cueva de los Verdes15€ (currently 10€)50%
Mirador del Rio8€ (currently 6€)33.3%
Jardin del Cactus8€ (currently 6.50€)23%
MIAC (Castillo de San José)5€ (currently 4€)25%

The new fees for children from 7-12 years of age will be half of the adult fees, and residents of the Canary Islands will be eligible for a similar discount. The fees for Lanzarote residents will not change, remaining at about one or two Euros, depending on the centre.

The multi-ticket vouchers that allow visitors reduced entry to a number of the CACTs will no longer be offered, although discounts for organised groups may apply.

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