Soo is a key point on the island for those looking to explore the trails in the Jable National Park. These sandplains made of up marine sediment are unique to the island of Lanzarote, so if you want to take an alternative route through some of Lanzarote’s less well-known landscapes, you should definitely try this path through the Jable de Soo. However, you must take special care with the area’s flora and fauna, as this area is completely protected, classified as a ZEPA zone (Special Protection Area for Wild Birds).
In Soo you can also enjoy wonderful views of the Pico de la Vieja Andrea and the Pico Colorado, spectacular mountains which protect the coastal town. You cannot imagine the sunsets from this part of the island over the ocean, they are magical!