The Yacimientos de Zonzamas is an indigenous archaeological ensemble from the 5th Century and is considered to be one of the most important in the Canary Islands.
The history of Lanzarote’s origins is reflected in these ruins, and you can enjoy a guided tour of the route with a small group to see the remains of this settlement.
You’ll see an impressive dairy, several cave houses, the Cueva de los Majos, and the Palacio de Zonzamas. They all date back to the times of the first settlers on the island.
Engravings, ceramics, hunting knives, and even animal bones tell us how the Majos used to live. These were the indigenous people of Lanzarote.