The camel in Lanzarote

The camel in Lanzarote

History tells us that camels arrived to Lanzarote tied to a ship. It was in 1405 when camels from Africa came to the island tied in a side of the ship because it was danger to bring them on board. They were able to resist the whole voyage because they kept the air in...
Mirador del Rio, the viewpoint

Mirador del Rio, the viewpoint

The Mirador del Río is located at 479 metres above sea level, in the north of Lanzarote island. At the beginning, this place belonged to the Spanish government. Due to its strategic position it had been an old artillery and military position. It was known as “Batería...
The Colonels House

The Colonels House

La casa de los Coroneles (the Colonels House), also known as the Marquess House is situated in the municipality of La Oliva in the island of Fuerteventura. It is one of the most emblematic historic monuments of the Canary Islands.   The construction dates from the...
House – Museum César Manrique

House – Museum César Manrique

Haría, one of the most picturesque and wonderful towns of Lanzarote, was the place César Manrique chose to spend the last years of his life. Between palm groves and white houses, in the middle of a old rural property, it is located his house, where he was living until...