The paradise Papagayo Beach, the fascinating Jameos del Agua and incredible natural wonders like Cueva de los Verdes top our list of must-see places in Lanzarote. Discover the top 10 unmissable visits for your trip to the island!
Sheltered in a bay on the southern tip of Lanzarote, the golden sands and crystal-clear turquoise waters of Papagayo Beach make it paradise on earth.
Jameos del Agua
Located in a series of volcanic caves is a harmonious space created by César Manrique where art and nature meet. Discover Lanzarote's Jameos del Agua.
Cueva de los Verdes
An extraordinary natural landscape full of legends, Cueva de los Verdes is a volcanic cave created by lava flows after the eruption of Monte Corona.
Timanfaya National Park
Spanning 50 square kilometres across southwest Lanzarote is Timanfaya National Park, a Mars-like landscape of volcanoes in a sea of lava.
César Manrique Foundation
Discover the legacy of Lanzarote's most famous artist by visiting the impressive Volcano House, César Manrique's home in Tahíche.
Famara Beach is one of the most beautiful beaches on Lanzarote, as well as being one of the largest on the island. Discover how to visit Famara Beach!
La Graciosa is a piece of paradise, a quiet and serene islet off the coast of Lanzarote where you can enjoy nature in its purest form.
Jardín de Cactus
Designed by César Manrique, the Jardín de Cactus - or Cactus Garden - in Lanzarote is a work of art in which architecture is intertwined with nature.
César Manrique House Museum
Located in an old farmhouse converted in harmony with nature in true Manrique style, the César Manrique House Museum was the artist's peaceful final home.
Mirador del Río
Mirador del Rio is a panoramic balcony overlooking the Atlantic on the north coast of Lanzarote offering unparalleled views of La Graciosa.