La Graciosa is one of the last places in Europe with no asphalted roads. It is the least explored and most peaceful and serene of the Canary Islands. This island is for special travellers, those who are sensitive enough to enjoy its nature, silence, beauty, and of course the sun and the secluded…
probably 3 of the most beautiful beaches in the canaries in one small place. no cars. peace and quiet.
Fantastic day out, this island is a must see when staying on Lanzarote. This island has fantastic beaches & restaurants a real treat. The 20 minute ferry leaves Orzola port every hour.
This is the most and beautiful trip you can enjoy during your holiday, you have to reserve 1 day for this. wake up early morning, take you car direction to Orzola 50 minutes, the road to get there is beautiful, take the boat whit any company boat, 21€ per person (roundtrip), when yoy get there you…
Situata a nord di Lanzarote, sull’isola Graciosa ci si rilassa, ci si gode il mare, il silenzio e un ritmo di vita particolarmente lento. Le spiagge sono incontaminate e selvagge. Located north of Lanzarote island Graciosa you relax, you can enjoy the sea, the silence and the rate of particularly…
“Jameos del Agua, near Arrieta, this Jameo offers natural surroundings while architecture and even a museum explaining the geological history of the islands, highly recommended.”
“Located at the geographical centre of San Bartolomé, Casa-Museo del Campesino was César Manrique’s way to recognise the efforts made by country people from Lanzarote, who faced treacherous conditions in order to bring the land back to life. Casa-Museo del Campesino provides an insight into Architecture, Agriculture, Handicrafts and traditional Gastronomy, topped up by Monumento a la Fecundidad, an avant-garde piece of art used by César Manrique to pay his very own tribute.”
“Cueva de los Verdes, a natural cave several kilometers long, impressive being in the bowels of the island, here also lays "The Secret of Lanzarote"”
“Timanfaya is the symbol of Lanzarote. You can drive through the park many landscapes with your car on the normal road (dir. Yaiza). If you have more time, you can book a guided tour in the very heart of the national park (very touristic so expect a lot of people). You will have to leave your car at the entrance and join the tour's bus through the moon-like lava and the vulcano's calderas. Note it is not allowed to walk/hike/bike in that part of the park.”