Rancho Texas Lanzarote
50,000 m² of pure adventure. Visitors can explore the Sioux Village, the Medicine Man’s Cave, the Mining Zone, the Canyon, Lilliput Farm and much, much more, with wildlife from the Americas and other countries.
Aquapark Costa Teguise
Sheer aquatic entertainment: from thrilling installations for the bravest visitors, to relaxing bathing waters for the elderly and a wide range of entertaining activities for young ones.
Guinate Tropical Park
Located in the north of Lanzarote at the foot of the Mount Corona volcano, the park boasts excellent facilities for observing the wildlife (over 1,300 exotic birds and animals), as well as a breeding station.
Don’t miss the unique opportunity to take a dive in the company’s tourist submarine, one of the most advanced of its kind to be found worldwide. The crystalline waters and life aboard a submarine on the island of Lanzarote will turn your stay into an unforgettable experience.
A sprawling white sandy beach on the southernmost tip of Lanzarote from which you can see Fuerteventura. This fantastic spot enjoys warm trade winds.
Perhaps the island’s most beautiful beach, with 1500m of fine golden sand. Located towards the northwest of the island, Famara can be found at the foot of a spectacular cliff, with the Chinijo archipelago lying in the distance.
This beach offers fine golden sand, calm waters and spans 640m in length. It’s protected from the sea by breakwaters and can be found on Costa Teguise, the island’s second largest tourism hub, where architecture and landscape have been merged together to create a natural and appealing whole. One of the favourite haunts of windsurfers.
Windy fine white sandy and gravel beach measuring some 350m on Costa Teguise.
400m of fine white sandy and gravel beach located in Las Caletas.
Found within the protected natural habitat of Yaiza. Golden sands and calm waters. Isolated and with no amenities. Many hours of sunshine all year round.
Natural Parks and other places of interest
Timanfaya National Park
Located towards the south of the island, the park has over twenty dormant volcanoes. Temperatures a mere 20 metres underground can reach up to 1000ºC.
One of the world’s most unique volcanic landscapes. Declared a biosphere reserve in 1993.
Chinijo Archipelago Nature Reserve
A series of islets comprising La Graciosa, Alegranza and Montaña Clara, as well as the Roque del Este and the Roque del Oeste.
La Graciosa is the only islet to have a permanent population of around 500 inhabitants, all involved in fishing or tourism.
To the south of La Graciosa, visitors can enjoy stunning sprawling red sand beaches, such as the Los Franceses beach.
Jameos del Agua
Located at the foot of Mount Corona volcano, in the north of Lanzarote, which last erupted roughly 3,000 years ago. It is one of the planet’s most fascinating cave and tunnel systems.
Mirador del Río
Breathtaking views of the Chinijo Archipelago can be enjoyed from the island’s northern cape, where visitors can access this north-westerly facing viewing point 479 metres above sea level.
Jardin de Cactus
One of the last works of César Manrique. Converted from a former quarry, the site has been transformed into a plantation featuring a huge variety of cacti.
Whale and Dolphin Museum
Discover one of Europe’s most important collections, the result of over 20 years of research into the islands’ whales and dolphins.
Visitors can learn the characteristics and typical life of these creatures via a host of audiovisual material, replicas, scale models, skeletons and biological material.
Casa Museo del Campesino (Peasant’s Museum)
The house, along with the Monumento al Campesino (Peasant’s Monument), were both erected to pay tribute to the hard toil of the farming community of Lanzarote, whose efforts were to lead to La Gería, the only place of its kind to be found in the world and from which agricultural produce can now be obtained from the arid earth.
César Manrique Foundation
Although the Fundación César Manrique (FCM) was legally founded in 1983 (it was then known as Fundación Amigos de Lanzarote), it wasn’t until 1990 that a team of collaborators closely related with the artist César Manrique started the ball rolling to update the foundation. To coincide with this enhancement, the artist’s house was also remodelled (Taro de Tahíche), now a museum and headquarters of the FCM.