Lanzarote Attractions | Attraction Reviews, Pictures and Information
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Timanfaya National Park
Which is host to Fire Mountain is the main attraction for people to visit when in Lanzarote. This massive Volcano erupted in 1730 and lasted 6 years till 1736. It's also classed as the closet to the Moons surface as you will find on earth.
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The Cactus Gardens
There are now a few markets in Lanzarote including one in Teguise and Playa Blanca, there are a few ways to get to the markets.
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On the north east coast of Lanzarote are home to more than 10,000 cacti. These attract the female cochineal beetle from which carmine dye is extracted.
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Santa Barbara Castle
Located in the south of Lanzarote is home to the Green Lagoon.
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Mirador Del Rio
Is located right next to Teguise on Mount Guanapay. This castle was build as a look out post to warm the Island capital if pirates were spotted.
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Cueva de los Verdes - The Green Caves
Is a viewing point that is at the most northerly point of Lanzarote. From this viewing point you will have views of La Graciosa Isle.
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Is part of the same underground volcanic tubes as the Jameos del Agua and were formed by the eruptions of the volcano de la Corona.
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Was born in 1919 in Puerto Naos Arrecife and is the person responsible for shaping the Island as it is today. His house in which people can visit is built in to the lava.
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Jameos Del Agua
Was once Omar sharif's house and is believed to have lost this house in a game of cards.
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Guinate Tropical Park
Jameos del Agua is located in the north of Lanzarote (next to the Green Caves) and is a tourist attractions which was formed by lava bubbles.
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Christmas in Lanzarote
Is located in the northern part of Lanzarote, the park has 45,000 square meters of gardens and 1,300 exotic birds and animals.
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Although not really an attraction, there is many smaller attractions to visit at Christmas if you are visiting Lanzarote.
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Whale and Dolphin Museum
Femes is a little known location in Lanzarote that offers one of the best views of Playa Blanca.
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The whale and dolphin museum is a new attraction and is located in Puerto Calero.
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Los Hervideros is near El Golfo, this is natural rock formation where the sea crashes against the rocks and causes some dramatic views.
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Lanzarote has had a golf course for around 30 years now, with 18 holes and a 72 par course this is a very professional golf course.
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Lanzarote Wine Trail
El Patio is a unknown attraction in Lanzarote to most people, built in 1840 this is one of the oldest farm houses in Lanzarote.
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Lanzarote Airport Museum
Although Lanzarote is more famous for it's volcanoes the Islands is also known for it's wine. Grown locally on Lanzarote they are many wine areas and bodeca's you can visit.
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Lanzarote's first airport that operated from 1946 to 1970 is now open to the public as a museum offering pictures and information on the Airport.
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