Tourist Info

Mirador del Rio, Lanzarote

Mirador del Rio to Famara, Lanzarote, photo 2

The Mirador del Río. No mere photograph can do justice to the experience awaiting you at Mirador del Río. One of Manrique's early works, it was originally a look out point towards The Atlantic.  read more »

Jameos del Agua, Lanzarote

Jameos del Agua, Lanzarote

The Jameos del Agua was one of Manrique's early works, originally built in 1968. It can seem a curious place, but it has an amazing air of tranquillity and peace.  read more »

Cueva de Los Verdes, Lanzarote

Jameos del Agua, Lanzarote

Where can you go to escape the heat of ths sun?  read more »

Lanzarote Shopping Guide

Shopping can be frustrating when you don't know the opening hours, where to go and what to ask for, this guide is not to limit where you shop but to take some of the guess work out of who might sell w  read more »

Costa Teguise

The resort of Costa Teguise is the second largest tourist area of Lanzarote, developed in the 1980's.  read more »

Another Free Day Out!

Free Day Out in Lanzarote!

Free Day Out  read more »

Municipalities of Lanzarote

Lanzarote is divided into seven municipalities. For a brief description of each, read on:


Arrecife covers an area of around 28 square kilometers and 30,000 people (more than a third of the island's population) live in the city.

The port did not establish itself until the fifteenth century when the island began to trade with Spain and other nations. The harbour area was the best on Lanzarote, and Arrecife quickly became the gateway to Teguise, which was then the capital. Less salubrious inhabitants of Arrecife at this time included slave traders and pirates, preying on the busy shipping routes. This proved a problem for local inhabitants who left the island in droves until they were stopped by a Royal Decree preventing emigration!  read more »


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