Below, we tell you everything you need to know about this famous nativity scene that attracts the eyes of the visitors every Christmas.
What is so special about the nativity scene of Teguise?
This traditional Christmas event in the town of Teguise is special due to the route you have to make through the town to see its nativity scene. In the nativity scene of Teguise itself the town is recreated along with its most characteristic points.
When can you start visiting it?
The nativity scene of Teguise can be visited throughout the year, since it is permanent in the Plaza Camilo José Cela, but from the first weekend of December different Christmas activities are carried out, which last all the holidays.
Does admission cost money?
The nativity scene of Teguise can be visited for free, since it is located outdoors.
What other nativity scenes are worth visiting in Lanzarote?
From north to south on the island of Lanzarote you can visit many charming nativity scenes such as Tinajo, Arrecife, Haría or Yaiza, among others. The most outstanding, in addition to Teguise, are Yaiza and Arrecife.
Nativity scene of Yaiza
The nativity scene of Yaiza is perhaps one of the oldest and most traditional on the island. Its extension is 180 m2 and represents the main places and places in the area such as the mountains of Fire, Geria or the Salinas de Janubio.
All this model is made on one side of the Plaza de los Remedios and takes about a month and a half to make. Its elaboration begins in the first days of December and is usually accompanied by hot chocolate, Christmas sweets and parties.
Nativity scene of Arrecife
The nativity scene of Arrecife, capital of Lanzarote, is one of the most important and largest on the island because it is composed of around 500 figures handmade by the workers of the Area of Celebrations of the Consistory.
It also opens at the beginning of December and you can visit it for free in the Ramírez Cerdá Park at any time of the day.
The nativity scenes of Teguise, Yaiza and Arrecife are another of the many reasons to visit the island of Lanzarote in winter and spend the holidays in this Spanish paradise. From Lanzarote Blog we invite you not to miss any of these beautiful nativity scenes from Lanzarote.