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Some say the best things in life are free, some you have to pay a little more for.


Timanfaya National Park

Here you can ride the camels through the volcanoes, walk through lunar landscapes or even eat a chicken that has been cooked over a volcano!

There is an option at the visitor centre to take a guided bus tour through the volcanoes and learn more about the volcanoes and eruptions that formed the beautiful island of Lanzarote in the 16th century!



The number 1 Karting circuit in Lanzarote, with a variety of Go-Karts available including options for kids and disabled passengers.

Great for those who want a bit of adventure - it is worth contacting them as they sometimes offer transport from other areas.


Jameos del Agua

Unique volcanic tunnel & caverns featuring an underground concert hall, restaurant & salt lake. Home to a unique species of Albino Crab - converted into a tourist attraction in the 70's by none other than César Manrique.

Adult: €9.50 (20% off after 3pm)
Children (7 – 12): €4.75 euros (20% off after 3pm)


Cueva de los Verdes

Another attraction in the North of the island. Cueva de los Verdes is a colourful volcanic passage that doubles up as a concert hall.

Literally translated as 'Green Cave' possibly referring to the variety of colours found inside.


Jardín de Cactus

Translated as 'Garden of the Cactus' It is a Cactus garden with over 1000 species in a terraced former quarry, with a cafe & restored windmill. If you are interested in visiting other attractions on the island- don't forget to ask about the multi ticket.


César Manrique Foundation

This museum is the former home of César Manrique.

Famed for his artwork that can be found throughout the island.

He had a vision to transform the landscape. He is the reason buildings in Lanzarote are white and low level.

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La Graciosa

Graciosa is the small island to the North of Lanzarote. Famed for its beauty and tranquility - it is accessible via boat from Órzola in the North of the island.

The main settlement on the island is called Caleta del Sebo - 'Caleta' meaning inlet.

We recommend hiring bikes in Caleta del Sebo and cycling the short distance over the island to the beautiful beach of Playa de Las Conchas. Although do not enter the water as the current has been known to wash people away.

This is an all day trip - contact us for more information regarding tickets.


Mirador del Río

Mirador del Río is a viewpoint on an approximately 475-metre-high escarpment called Batería del Río in the north of the Canarian island of Lanzarote.

On clear days there are perfect views of La isla de Graciosa and Alegranza.

This is the furthest point on the island from Playa Blanca, approximately a 1hr drive.


Aquapark Costa Teguise

Sizable waterpark with long slides, along with paintball, kids' go-karts & an eatery.

Perfect if you want a day out - we recommend visiting the town of Costa Teguise too!

Visit for more information

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