What to see in Lanzarote

As you can imagine Lanzarote is an island full of wonderful places that will take your breath away, one of those places that will remain forever in your memory and to which you will always want to return to explore its magical corners. Here we give you lots of information so that, whether you are a first-time visitor to the island or a repeat visitor, you can discover incredible places with every step you take.


The island has such a wide range of options that you can choose the type of tourism you want to do day by day, taking advantage of the possibility of moving from one place to another in a very short time and making the most of each of your days in this incredible Atlantic paradise.


The island has a large number of monuments impregnated with an unmistakable artistic imprint. As you walk around Lanzarote you will notice the presence of Cesar Manrique, the beloved Conejero artist responsible for giving this island a unique and unrepeatable personality.

You won’t be able to miss any of Manrique’s main works.

Marvel at the Jameos del Agua, walk through the incredible lava tunnels in the Cueva de los Verdes and enjoy the views from El Mirador del Río while tasting a delicious plate of typical Canarian food in its restaurant.

Immerse yourself in the history of the Canary Islands by visiting the Monumento del Campesino and visit the Cesar Manrique Foundation to learn about its history.

Wherever you look you will find incredible sights to see all over the island.

Towns and beaches

If you are one of those travellers who love nature and the outdoors, you cannot miss the paradisiacal beaches of Lanzarote. You will find something special in each one of them as you explore these incredible places one by one.

From dreamy coves such as Papagayo (located in the south), to the incredible white sandy beaches of Caletón Blanco (in the north) and the kilometre-long beaches of Caleta de Famara, you will find something for everyone. Be sure to visit them all to find your ideal beach in Lanzarote.

But not everything on the island is beaches, this beautiful place has villages with a lot of charm and history where you can get to know and enjoy the tradition of the island’s rabbits. Whether admiring its architecture, contemplating its landscapes or enjoying its gastronomy, you can’t miss the chance to spend a day exploring the island’s marvellous villages. I assure you that you won’t regret it.