They say that there are places you have to see at least once in your life. And one of these spots is Los Charcones, a jewel in Lanzarote’s crown.
What is Los Charcones?
Los Charcones are some beautiful natural pools which are considered to be one of Lanzarote’s best kept and most magical secrets.
It is a hidden little haven, far from the tourist trails, where visitors can disconnect, recharge, relax, and enjoy their surroundings.
They are a spectacle of nature whose sumptuous orographic forms are the result of years of volcanic activity.
Some of the pools are shallow and ideal for a relaxing swim in their turquoise waters. Others are deeper for those who fancy jumping in.
Where is Los Charcones?
Los Charcones is a unique natural setting located on the southeast coast of Lanzarote, just five minutes by car from the touristic Playa Brava.
The pools are spread along two kilometres of coast, between the north side of the Pechiguera lighthouse and the Janubio Salt Flats.
You’ll find this hidden paradise by an abandoned hotel, a building from the 1970s which is in complete contrast to the wonders you’ll find the other side.
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What to see in the north of Lanzarote?
Lanzarote has a lot to offer in every corner. Its amazing beaches, impossible landscapes, picturesque villages… Discovering the island is an unforgettable plan for a holiday. That’s why today at Lanzarote.com we recommend you to discover the northern part of the island. You will find some of the most magical places. Take note of this plan and discover what to see in the north of Lanzarote.
What to see in the south of Lanzarote?
The south of Lanzarote is one of the most beautiful areas of the Canary Islands due to its breathtaking volcanic landscape. This doesn’t mean that we stay away from its fantastic beaches but, in addition to the usual tourist offer, we add other many attractions that you can’t miss if you visit the island. What to see in the south of Lanzarote? Pay attention to our suggestions!
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