Its pretty itinerary takes us into the spectacular phenomenon of Los Hervideros: the impact of rough seas of the Atlantic on a whimsical volcanic network from Timanfaya.
Las Salinas de Janubio
The Janubio salt mines are one of the emblematic landscapes of Lanzarote, an architectural and environmental image that well deserves the title of Cultural Interest Site.
A contemplative experience dazzling. The volcano of Nazareth, slit open houses exotic gardens and about intricacies impossible transformed into viewpoints.
Puente de las Bolas-Castillo de San Gabriel
The historic Puente Las Bolas-Castillo de San Gabriel is the symbol of the capital of Lanzarote, whose architectural structure forms the footprint of the story of this city.
El Mirador de Femés
Strategic balcony 450 meters high with stunning views of Los Ajaches and the strait that separates Lanzarote and Fuerteventura.
El Chupadero de La Geria
The two most striking landscapes of Lanzarote fused into a single postcard from rural terrace of El Chupadero, seated in the same volcanic ash La Geria.
El Mirador de Guinate
The prospect 500 meters enlarges the mystery of these islets nesting nature between the volcanoes that emerged from the Atlantic background and chime African plains.
Las Salinas de Guatiza
Among cookers you can catch the scent of salt that comes from breaking the sea, pinkish and white tones of the cookers in the process and stacked salt.
El Mirador de Haría
Haría and its palm, agricultural essence of the people reflected on the terraces staggered badlands.
El Mirador de Yé
Lovely balcony to the river that separates Lanzarote and Archipelago Chinijo. From the Famara cliff, 400 meters high, one of the most stunning views of Lanzarote is obtained.
El Charco de San Ginés
Arrecife´s seafaring nature is well represented by the pretty postcard image of the Charco de San Ginés. A natural riverfront with a fishing air about it that enters the city.
El Charco de los Clicos
A landscaped setting that dazzles by the paradoxical presence of the green lagoon of Click on a black sand beach and the majestic crater demolished by the wind.
El Monumento Natural del Volcán de la Corona
The image of the lava is enriched by the presence of lichen which settles on it: a little flower that lays down roots in volcanic sublayers of the earth.
La playa de Janubio
The mantle of black sand in conjunction with the wind and sea seal a disturbing scenario, powered by the volcanic chain from Timanfaya surrounding the beach.
La playa de Montaña Bermeja
Excellent viewpoint of the volcanic coastline from which you will appreciate the ashes in contrast with the sea, the lava blocks lining.