At the Timanfaya Volcanoes Natural Park’s doorstep, Tías is the perfect starting point for all nature lovers who want to experience Lanzarote’s wildest landscape. But those looking for marine experiences will also find it easy, as Puerto del Carmen, one of the most touristic areas of the coast, is only a ten minute drive away.

Where is Tías?

Tías is a Spanish municipality located in the midsouth of Lanzarote, in the Canary Islands. The territory of Tías, on the Atlantic coast, borders with Yaiza, San Bartolome and Tinajo. It is less than 12km from Arrecife, the capital of Lanzarote.

What to see in Tías

Tías is packed full of character and quirks that are well worth a visit. Some of the most touristic spots are:

  • La Candelaria church: this 18th Century shrine is one of Tías’ most iconic buildings. With a striking bell tower, this church is one of the municipality’s main attractions.
  • José Saramago’s House: if you want to see where the Portuguese author lived, you must see his house-library. If you want, you can also go in for a guided tour.
  • La Geria: without doubt, one of the most impressive landscapes on the island of Lanzarote. It famous wines have led more and more people to visit La Geria to enjoy the original wines that are grown so uniquely in this part of the island.
  • Puerto del Carmen: one of the island’s most touristic spots where you can find restaurants, shops, pubs, and luxury hotels.
  • Tías’ Towns: the municipality is split into several picturesque towns with wonderful traditional buildings to admire such as those in Tegoyo, Masdache, and Conil.



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The best food in Tías

The municipality and the coastline of Tías is home to a wealth of tourist spots and maritime traditions. That is why the area’s cuisine is known for its simple recipes that use high quality local produce.

Of course, in Tías it is custom to accompany any meal with a delicious local wine. In terms of specialities, grilled fish, el mojo, and traditional pork stew are the most common typical dishes.

Shopping in Tías

If you want to go shopping in Tías, you can visit the Tías open shopping district or head to the Biosfera Plaza, which is a large shopping centre where you can find the season’s latest trends.


Climate in Tías

In general the climate is Tías is a desert climate, so there is not much rain, and the average year-round temperature is about 19ºC.

Local fiestas in Tías

Although some of the fiestas celebrated in Tías are also held in other parts of the island, some of the featured fiestas are:

  • Ntra. Sra. de La Candelaria – 2nd February –Tías
  • San Blas – 3rd February – Tías
  • Day of the Canary Islands – 30th May – Canaria, a day to celebrate
  • the autonomous community of the Canary Islands.
  • San Antonio – 13th June – Tías
  • San Juan – 24th June – Puerto del Carmen
  • San Pedro – 29th June – Mácher
  • Nuestra Señora de la Magdalena – 22nd July – Masdache
  • Maria Magdalena y Sagrado Corazón de Jesús – 22nd July – Conil
  • Nuestra Sra. del Carmen – First week of August – Puerto del Carmen
  • Nuestra Sra. de Los Dolores – 15th September – Island Fiesta

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