Departure from Costa Teguise, Arrecife, Puerto del Carmen, Puerto Calero and Playa Blanca towards the southern part of the island, passing through the village of Uga, we will travel into the Fire Mountains for a camel ride.
We will then continue among volcanoes to visit the Timanfaya National Park, where we will enjoy geothermic demonstrations and we will follow the “Volcano Route”. We then continue south to see the “Lava Coast”, including a panoramic view of the El Janubio salt mines, where Lanzarote inhabitants worked in the past, and “Los Hervideros”, engraved in the rocks by the sea and the wind.
Lunch included in Yaiza, a town which has won awards for its beauty and integration in its surroundings. After lunch, we will cross the most important vine-growing area of Lanzarote, La Geria, a unique example of how a place has adapted to and made good use of its land characteristics (with a visit to a typical winery and tasting session).
We will continue towards the north, crossing Teguise (which used to be the island capital), Los Valles and Haría (with a view of the Valley of the Thousand Palm Trees) and visiting “Los Jameos del Agua”, a natural cave of great beauty adapted by magnificent artist César Manrique.
Return through Guatiza, seeing the cacti plantations housing the cochineal, used as a natural dye, and on to the different pick-up points at approximately 6 pm.
adults: 63,00 €
children: 33,00 €