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Lanzarote Local food tours

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South Tour: Timanfaya National Park

1. South Tour: Timanfaya National Park

Discover the south side of Lanzarote enjoying the incredible views of this unique volcanic island. See the picturesque village of El Golfo with the fascinating Green Lagoon. This coastline is spectacular and the beauty of Los Hervideros and Salinas de Janubio will leave you impressed. Enjoy Timanfaya National Park and learn about the historical eruptions that took place on the island in the 18th Century. The landscape is unique. Admire the different forms and colors of the volcanoes. Ride a camel (not included) and feel like a explorer in a unexplored land. Visit the unique landscape of La Geria, the wine region of the island. Learn about the peculiar way of harvesting in this magnificent area. Then, taste the delicious wine yourself.

Lanzarote: Teguise Handicraft Market and La Graciosa Island

2. Lanzarote: Teguise Handicraft Market and La Graciosa Island

Travel in an air-conditioned bus to Teguise. Experience how on Sunday mornings the tranquil city transforms into a bustling street market with numerous stalls of artisans. Explore the traditional market and find handicrafts of all kinds, ceramics, basketwork, leather goods, and much more. Head up to Órzola, the northernmost spot of the island, and board the ferry to take in the views on the 25-minute crossing. Upon arrival in La Graciosa, discover some of the secrets of Caleta del Sebo, such as the old Church and the Aloe Vera Museum. At 2:00 PM, get a welcome glass of champagne along with a serving of lunch including salad, paella, fruit, soft drinks, wine, beer, and water. After lunch, you'll have free time to explore the island on your own Indulge yourself in its pristine beaches with its crystal waters, and white houses scattered across a sandy ochre canvas. Relax in the quiet, natural beauty. Board the 4.30 pm ferry back to Órzola where the bus will be waiting for you to transfer you back to your hotel.

Lanzarote: Volcanos of Timanfaya and Caves Tour with Lunch

3. Lanzarote: Volcanos of Timanfaya and Caves Tour with Lunch

Enjoy the incredible views of the volcanic island of Timanfaya on a guided day trip from Las Palmas. Visit the green lake along the rugged coastline of El Golfo. Stop for lunch in Yaiza and head to La Geria for a wine tasting. Finally, explore the volcanic tunnel and caverns of Los Jameos del Agua. Start by going to the southern part of the island throughout the lava coast with a panoramic view of Las Salinas de Janubio and Los Hervideros. Then, visit the sailor’s village of El Golfo to see the green lagoon. Continue your journey towards the volcanos and feel the heat of volcanoes and craters. For an additional cost, you can also ride camels. Then, visit the Timanfaya National Park and discover the Volcanoes Route. Enjoy lunch at Yaiza and stop at one of the wineries of La Geria to taste delicious wine. From there, head north and pass by the valley of the thousand palm trees. Then, arrive to Los Jameos del Agua to visit this natural cave associated with the artist César Manriquethe.

Lanzarote: Wine Tasting Tour at El Grifo Bodega

4. Lanzarote: Wine Tasting Tour at El Grifo Bodega

Immerse yourself in the history of the Grifo, from the origins when the camels still carried the grapes to the cellar and the Timanfaya had just covered the place of the grifo Through the professional tasting of 5 of our best wines we are going to explore the smells, colors and flavors that the trade winds and the volcano imprint on the volcanic malvasia, the listán negro or syrah grown on the family plot. We will accompany the guided tasting with local cheeses from producers on the island. Before the tasting we will visit the three emblematic founding places of the oldest winery in the Canary Islands and the 5th oldest in Spain. In addition, the winery with the longest permanent activity, having produced wines without interruption in our 247-year history. The Wine Museum houses the old winery from 1775, the oldest winery in the Canary Islands. Take a tour inside to discover the tools and utensils used in the 19th and 20th centuries and how wines were made during its operation until the 1990s.

Lanzarote: Janubio Salt Flats Guided Tour

5. Lanzarote: Janubio Salt Flats Guided Tour

Explore Lanzarote's most extensive salt flats, the Salinas de Janubio, on this guided tour. Learn about the salt flats' history, harvest techniques, and architecture. In the company of an expert guide, wander through this manmade architectural wonder. Discover what makes the salt flats unique, including their architectural, ethnographic, and environmental characteristics. Finish your tour with a tasting of Flor de Sal, one of the purest forms of salt, and learn more about its traditional collection techniques. You can also sample chimichurri, green mojo, and salmorejo-flavored salt.

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What people are saying about Lanzarote

Very nice tour to great impressive places of Lanzarote! Travel guide was very nice, well organized and gave us very good and interesting information about the individual attractions. The camel ride was really fun! Lunch was very good and there was plenty for everyone! Kudos to the bus driver who drove us safely and confidently through the sometimes very narrow streets.

Very nice tour! The very kind and thorough guide told us how the salt works and answered the questions and at the end of the visit we tasted three types of salt with tomatoes and some wine. Then there is the possibility to buy various types of kitchen or bath salt. The place is spectacular, recommended, it is worth taking a detour to discover it!

Very interesting cultural activity. The guide made the effort to speak in French so that we understood. Possibility to buy on the spot. Tasting at the end very appreciable. Thank you for this moment.

This is a very nice and historically tinged walk through a salt mine with a pleasant guide, followed by a salt tasting. It is well worth its money. A nice ending!

The highlights left in one day. Of course, very moderately touristy, but with decisive advantages! Highly Recommended