The route to the North offers an endless number of scenic views. Lanzarote is an island of contrasts and with a wide array of vegetation, especially in the municipalities of Haria and Teguise.
The route starts in Guatiza where you can admire the plantations of Tuneras and will show you different cosmetic, pharmaceutical and food use of the cochineal, an insect that lives in them.
The tour continues until reaching the village of Mala where the oldest Cactus Garden of Lanzarote emerges and where without getting off the vehicles you can take photos bordering the plantation.
It continues northwards crossing the villages of Arrieta and Punta Mujeres. Then, Northwest towards Jameos del Agua and Cueva de Los Verdes. These are two of the best centres of interest to get to know the work of famous artist Cesar Manrique. You may decide which one to enter as one of the centres is included in the price.
The route continues along the coast towards the wonderful beach of Caletón Blanco with its crystal clear water and its white sand. Afterwards, you’ll head to Órzola where the white of the picturesque fishing village and the turquoise of its beaches meet. Here you may as well eat or buy something; not included in the price.
The tour continues towards the vicinity of Yé with its Mirador del Río: the work of Cesar Manrique constitutes a majestic balcony to the sea and is another characteristic piece of the insular North. “The Chinijo Archipelago” is a group of islets one nautical mile to the Northwest of Lanzarote conformed by the islands Of La Graciosa (the only one inhabited), Montaña Clara, Alegranza and the rocks of the East and West. It is a protected natural area with a very rich marine biodiversity.
Afterwards, the tour takes you to Mirador de Guinate, where to get to know and understand the different layers of rocks that can be seen and contemplated from this panoramic view.
The route continues through Máguez and Haría until arriving at the Mirador de Los Helechos where we will taste a variety of Canarian products and in turn contemplate Haria and its splendid Valley of the Thousand Palms. The dry and thirsty island is transformed into a garden, the landscape is fresher and greener from the different plantations that bathe Haria and the neighbouring towns of Máguez, Gallo and Guinate. Haria also stands out for its rich architectural heritage.
At last, you’ll visit villages of the Los Valles until we arrive at Teguise and the excursion ends.