Sightseeing in Lanzarote
Lanzarote has plenty to do even though it’s a small island. Whether you’re looking for a taste of culture, some natural beauty or a bit of family fun.
Guided by the island’s prodigal son - César Manrique - Lanzarote has managed to develop some truly stunning cultural centres, museums and art galleries. The best known are the Centres of Art Culture and Tourism, such as the Timanfaya National Park and the Jameos del Agua.
Many people are surprised when they discover that Lanzarote has quite a wide range of museums, covering many aspects of both local history and the arts. The best known is the Museum of International and Contemporary Art in Arrecife, but there are also smaller and more eclectic venues such as the Museo del Tanit which are well worth a visit too.
With 93 beaches of all types from Black Rocks through to Fine White sand and an enviable climate; Lanzarote is a beach lover's paradise. There are some superb stretches of sand in all of the main resorts but the real gems require a little more effort to discover.
Enjoy a real natural high and discover some of the island's amazing miradors - or lookout points. Granting breathtaking views of Lanzarote's dramatic scenery. As a volcanic island Lanzarote offers lots of stunning vantage points.
Markets in Lanzarote
The island’s ever expanding roster of markets are well worth a visit. From the huge Sunday special at Teguise to the smaller more natural affair in Haria, this can be an interesting way to see the island.
Discover the undersea world that surrounds Lanzarote on a dive on a yellow submarine. Explore the beaches of Papagayo on a luxury Catamaran. Go kayaking, fishing or enjoy a guided walk through Lanzarote´s amazing lava-scapes.
Lanzarote boasts an abundance of unique fiestas and festivals that are well worth visiting.
If you don't want to hire a car but still want to explore the island then book a guided tour of Lanzarote. There are a wide variety of options available all taking in some of the main attractions as well as more off the beaten track sights.
Enjoy the island from a different pace and perspective. We offer a variety of walks and treks that will help you to connect with the authentic heart of Lanzarote.
Lanzarote for Children
Lanzarote is a very family friendly island, so if you want to do more than just relax and play with the kids on one of the island's many beaches there's a host of things to do and see.