Have you got a trip planned or do you want to have a trip planned to Lanzarote? If your answer is yes, we should let you know that you are in for a truly unique experience, with all kinds of touristic activities. One of the main tourist attractions you simply cannot miss on your visit is Jameos del Agua, a place shaped by its volcanic past which has left a system of caves and crevasses which are a truly sensational experience for visitors. 

What to see at Jameos del Agua in Lanzarote?

If you are visiting Jameos de Agua, the first tourist attraction designed by the Lanzarote artist César Manrique, the first thing you should do is to take in your surroundings, observing the plants and native animals around you, such as the blind crab. 


Jameos del Agua has three main sites, along with a concert hall and the Casa de los Volcanes, where you can discover the origins of the island of Lanzarote. 

Jameo Chico

This is the first thing you will see when arriving at Los Jameos. It is home to a natural lake with crystal clear water which is the life source of the vegetation and the artistic surroundings.

Jameo Grande

This is 100m long and 30m wide. You can get here by climbing up a winding staircase, and, once inside, you’ll find an extraordinary garden and huge swimming pool. 

Jameo de la Cazuela

This is the third of the jameos and holds salt water. It also has a fantastic natural attraction for you to discover. 

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Jameos del Agua Rates and Times

The Jameos del Agua can be visited day or night. During peak season, we recommend going first thing in the morning to avoid the long queues.


Daily Opening Times Every day from 10:00-18:30
Night Opening Times Tuesdays and Saturdays 19:00-02:00
Restaurant Opening Times  Every day from 19:00-23:30


In terms of prices, there are different rates based on age or residency status


Tickets Adults  Children (7-12)
Regular €10 €5
Canary Island Residents €8 €4
Lanzarote Residents €2

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