An Island of Mysteries and Wonders

Discover the secrets and marvels of Lanzarote:

The Enigma of the Green Lagoon: Nestled on the west coast, El Golfo’s Green Lagoon is a natural spectacle. Formed from a flooded ancient volcanic crater, its green hue comes from the Ruppia-Maritima algae and is surrounded by olivine, a mineral cherished by geologists and jewelers.

Lago verde lanzarote

Palms that Tell Tales: The Valley of Haría isn’t just a palm-filled valley; it’s a living testament to tradition. Each palm was planted to celebrate a new inhabitant’s birth, crafting a landscape rich in stories and greenery.

Haria, Lanzarote

A Lunar Corner on Earth: Timanfaya National Park isn’t just a testament to Lanzarote’s volcanic activity. Its landscape is so moon-like that Apollo astronauts studied it.

Timanfaya national park

Geothermal Culinary Magic: In Timanfaya, nature and gastronomy merge. Food is cooked over volcanic rock, offering an unparalleled culinary experience.

Timanfaya cocina con el calor del volcan

Lanzarote on Screen: Its unique landscapes have been the backdrop for movies and series, notably its feature in the renowned series “Doctor Who”.

Jameos del Agua and its Unique Crabs: Designed by Cesar Manrique, this space houses the unique blind albino crabs, making it a must-visit for nature enthusiasts.

Jameitos blind crabs unique to Lanzarote

Lanzarote’s White Gold: The Salinas del Janubio are a nod to the island’s golden era of salt production, a legacy that still stands.

Legends of Properties and Games: The tale of how famed actor Omar Sharif lost the LagOmar property in a card game is one of the many stories that envelop Lanzarote.

LagOmar Lanzarote

Lanzarote’s Natural Colors: The Cochineal insect, cultivated in Mala and Guatiza, is the source of a natural dye that has made its mark in the textile and cosmetic industry.

Experience some of these sites on this guided tour of Lanzarote.