If you are visiting Charco de Palo you cannot miss out on visiting its natural pools. There are three bays that are ideal for swimming, sunbathing, and nudism – because, why not?
There are two natural pools at either end of the town. The pools fill up at high tide and empty out once its goes down, meaning the water is always pristine. There are stairs to access the pools, although it is not recommended to swim in them when seas are rough.
You can also dive there. Around Charco del Palo there are some of the best diving spots on the island, famous for their volcanic terrains. If you are going to dive, make sure you are accompanied by professionals.
Out of the water you can enjoy the sun, play beach volleyball or play petanque in the sand. If you are a photography fan, there are hundreds of photogenic and “instagrammable” volcanic photo opportunities.
Nearby places of interest
After a quick dip, you can go and visit the Jameos del Agua, a must-see in Lanzarote and very close to Haría. If you want to continue to explore the island’s natural enclaves, we recommend visiting Punta Mujeres or the amazing Cueva de los Verdes, around 15 minutes away by car.