Our luxury minivans, “mini-van” type vans with a capacity for a maximum of 8 passengers, allow us to tour Lanzarote through secondary roads and little known locations away from the usual tourist bus routes.
The excursion that we propose is carried out by our best professional guides, transforming the day into a unique and personalised experience that brings you closer to the traditional values of the inhabitants of the island (we call ourselves “conejeros”), and offers a complete vision of the sustainable development that Lanzarote has been committed to since its declaration as a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 1993. By UNESCO in 1993.
In the south we observe the tremendous contrasts left in our landscape by the last volcanic eruptions of the 18th century, through the area of El Golfo and its Lago Verde, Los Hervideros (discover the reason for its name), or Las Salinas del Janubio, still active today.
We visit La Villa de Teguise, the old capital of the island and its Pirate Museum (Guanapay Castle) with entrance included, then crossing the surroundings of the Natural Park of the Volcanoes we will find hidden villages, each one with its own style and the quiet rhythm of life such as Muñique, La Vegueta, El Cuchillo or Tinajo, next to this village is Mancha Blanca where we stop to visit the Church of the Virgen de Los Dolores, patron saint of the island. Then we will have lunch in the village of Tao.
Other stops are Caleta Famara for a stroll through its streets and its exceptional beach, the cliffs of the Ermita de las Nieves, located in a magical enclave, and the surroundings of the Riscos de Famara with impressive views of the island of La Graciosa.
On our way through the northern part of the island, we pass through Haría and skirt the Corona Volcano to reach Yé, another small hidden village where we visit a very special winery including a tasting of their wines, before returning to our respective tourist areas.
Simply an excellent and exclusive guided tour, a different way of getting to know Lanzarote.