Montaña Roja

Tour guide David Penney takes us up the red mountain – Montaña Roja in Playa Blanca. It's a popular, fairly easy local walk that offers great views of the resort and the distant islands of Fuerteventura and Lobos.

Arrecife to Costa Teguise

You won't see much wild countryside on this six-mile walk, but you will see half a dozen beaches, two castles, a shipwreck and a royal palace; and you'll learn how much the island relies on its goods port, its power station and its water plant.

The secret cave of Órzola

Órzola's cave offers some terrific photo opportunities, but it's also a walk that requires a little caution and planning. Let tour guide David Penney lead the way...

Climbing Caldera Blanca

Caldera Blanca is one of the must-see volcanoes on Lanzarote – a huge crater that is at its best in the winter months. Tour guide David Penney takes us on a short cut to the summit.

Punta Mujeres to Jameos del Agua

Tour guide David Penney leads us along some of the islands prettiest and wildest coastlines, shaped by the eruption of Volcán de la Corona 3,000 years ago.

Mirador de los Helechos to the Aganada Cross

Tour Guide David Penney takes us along the highest of Lanzarote's heights, a place where every step leads to magnificent views and new discoveries.