72 hours, or less, is all you need to fall in love with the island of the volcanoes. Discover Lanzarote in 3 days and let yourself be seduced by the landscapes of the island and by the warmth of the volcanic land feel how it comforts you and will make you connect with its wild nature.

With any doubt the south of the island is one of the best recent volcanism examples that you could find in the Canaries. Lose yourself driving on the roads surrounded by volcanoes. Feel the sun on your skeen and the air in your face while you go into the volcanic area. The National Park of Timanfaya is one of the unmissable place of any visit to the island. You could amaze yourself with the dry lava of the volcanic eruptions and check how a rough landscape could be unbelievably attractive.

After this astonishing visit, we recommend you to whet your appetite tasting the wines of the island served with cheese . Visit La Geria, the best vineyard of the area. You could discover the wide range of wines produced there that have certificate of origin.

discover lanzarote in 3 days

Only 20 minutes away from La Geria, we could find Playa Blanca, a small sailor town in the past that today is one of the main tourist areas of the island due to the crystalline waters of Papagayo Beach. Have a dip, immerse yourself to the bottom of the sea, or just relax having a sunbathe.  

It is time to get started, the sun is going down, and now you could not miss the short stretch of the road connecting the Salinas del Janubio with Los Hervideros and El Golfo.This area is perfect to see the dusk while you taste fresh fish with a good malvasía wine.

discover lanzarote in 3 days

We start our second day in the island, the calm and relax are our travel companions, so after have breakfast we get ready. Our first stop will be at the César Manrique Foundation, where we could get an idea of the work made by the artist around the island. This spectacular house has been an icon for the artist, there we can see how art and nature blend in mutual respect, a special characteristic of the artist.

Teguise Lanzarote Islas CanariasAfter that we continue northwards to visit the village of Teguise, the old town of the island, where we wander through the pedestrians streets while you contemplate the typical architecture from Lanzarote. This walk is a treat for the senses. Have a drink or a coffee in a terrace or visit the handcraft shops. It is time to eat, and we feel hungry, nothing better to go to Haría and have lunch in one of the restaurants from the little village and the best dessert could be a walk through the 1000 palms trees.

End the day in Mirador del Rio is a good option, unbeatable views and a building that worthwhile been visited. All the details have been chosen to give the place space and simplicity. The sunset from the terrace is priceless.

And all the good things last less, our last day in the island give us places with rare beauty and examples of who nature and art could be hand by hand and create unique places.

Returned to the north to discover Jameos del Agua and Cueva de los Verdes. There you can feel like an explorer in a journey to the centre of the earth… Just fall in love! From here we come to Jameos del Agua enjoy and have fun while you travel around, take advantage of the opportunity to discover “Jameito” and feel the atmosphere in the auditorium.

To have lunch we offer you 2 options: Órzola or Arrieta, where you can taste fresh fish, seafood and wrinkled potatoes while you are seating in front of the sea. The best dessert could be a walking through the beach with taking a bath in the ocean.

We will finish the afternoon getting deeper into a volcanic crater next to the village of Masdache, in “El Cuervo” volcano. Park the car and begin to walk, surprise yourself with the volcanic landscape and the silence, enjoy the colours, the loneliness of the landscape… Lie down and contemplate the sky, feel the nature around you.

Has been 3 intensive day, and also you have more of Lanzarote to discover…

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