South Lanzarote Excursion Itinerary
Having picked you up at your hotel, we make our way to the Timanfaya National Park, one of the unmissable sights in Lanzarote.
We’ll take the so-called ‘Volcano Route‘, to see its breathtaking landscapes, seemingly cut directly from another planet. This land hides a special power, one which we can put to the test through geothermic demonstrations on the Hilario islet. In this area of the park, the subterranean landscape reaches between 400 and 600 degrees centigrade, another reason the mountains are known as the “Mountains of Fire“. Anyone who wants to check out this stunning terrain in a slightly different way can also opt for an optional camel ride.
Following this, we head towards the wine-growing area, La Geria. This volcanic soil is where the Malvasía grape grows, allowing the creation of some excellent and distinctive wines. We’ll visit a winery to learn to distinguish its characteristic taste, and afterwards, you’ll have free time to have lunch before taking up our route around the south of Lanzarote.
The tour makes another stop in El Golfo, and in this part of the island, we can see two important wonders of nature. On the one hand, the Charco de los Clicos or “The Green Lagoon” coloured in this way due to the algae in the area. On the other hand, we’ll see the steep and sharp cliffs – Los Hervideros, where the volcanic lava created marine grottos.
Then, we’ll head back to the hotels, returning late in the evening.
Schedule and Pick-Up Points
This tour includes pickup in the following tourist areas:
- 08:45-09:05 am: Costa Teguise.
- 09:10-09:15 am: Arrecife.
- 09:15 am: Playa Honda.
- 09:25-09:50 am: Puerto del Carmen.
- 09:50-09:55 am: Puerto Calero.
- 09:20-10:05 am: Playa Blanca.
Having made your reservation, the local provider will send you a map by email, with the location of the closest pickup point to your hotel.