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.
Lanzarote's Museo Atlántico is an impressive underwater museum where beginners and experts alike can enjoy scuba diving in a unique setting.
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.
The Campesino Monument is a sculpture by César Manrique dedicated to the farm workers of Lanzarote. Discover countryside life on the island at its museum!
Located in the 18th century Castillo de San José, Lanzarote's Museum of Contemporary Art showcases a diverse range of works by Spanish artists.
Spanning 50 square kilometres across southwest Lanzarote is Timanfaya National Park, a Mars-like landscape of volcanoes in a sea of lava.
Discover the legacy of Lanzarote's most famous artist by visiting the impressive Volcano House, César Manrique's home in Tahíche.
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.
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.
The Aeronautical Museum of Lanzarote offers an exciting and highly fascinating journey through the history of aviation in Lanzarote. Find out what to see and how to get there!
Rancho Texas Lanzarote is a zoo and water park with animal displays, cowboy shows, pony rides and a splash zone meaning fun for all the family.
The José Saramago House Museum invites you to immerse yourself in the magical world of the Nobel Prize winning Portuguese writer.
Mirador del Rio is a panoramic balcony overlooking the Atlantic on the north coast of Lanzarote offering unparalleled views of La Graciosa.
The Lagomar Museum, also known as Omar Sharif's House, is one of Lanzarote's most enchanting buildings: an architectural masterpiece inspired by nature.
Located on an islet off the coast of Arrecife, the Castillo de San Gabriel is a historic castle built to defend the island from pirate attacks.
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.
Emerging in 1730 during the eruption of Timanfaya, the Cuervo Volcano buried its surroundings with a wild blanket of thick lava. Find out more.