Are you spending a few days in Lanzarote? Add a pinch of salt to your trip with a visit to the Janubio Salt Flats. It is a tourist attraction with spectacular landscapes where the island’s sea, salt, water, humans and volcanos become one. You’re curious, aren’t you? Stop imagining and come and enjoy this unique experience in the largest salt flats in the Canary Islands.

What to see in the Janubio Salt Flats?

The Janubio Salt Flats offer visitors an insight into a unique spot, where they can discover how salt is produced through the use of man-made mechanisms combined with the force and support of Mother Nature. A wonderful combination in a unique setting surrounded by salt.

Guided tour of the Janubio Salt Flats and tasting

If you visit this tourist attraction you can enjoy a guided tour around the site and better understand its history. The guided expert tour also ends with a tasting of the “Fleur de sel” and the “Flavours of Janubio”. You have to have a taste!

Playa de Janubio

Close to the Salt Flats is a magnificent beach where you can enjoy some beautiful views and a refreshing dip. Enjoy the entire day here and drink in the magic of this place. 

Sunset at Janubio Salt Flats

Another attraction of the Salt Flats are the sunsets. If you love a good sunset you really have to come and see how the sun bathes this landscape in stunning shades and colours. Unimaginable. Come and see!

Las Salinas de Janubio
Las Salinas de Janubio
Las Salinas de Janubio
Las Salinas de Janubio
Las Salinas de Janubio
Las Salinas de Janubio
Las Salinas de Janubio
Las Salinas de Janubio

Rates and opening times for the Janubio Salt Flats

Are you going to visit the Janubio Salt Flats? You can do so from 10:00 to 18:00 from Monday to Friday, and Saturdays from 11:00 to 17:00. In terms of prices, these vary depending on whether you are a child or adult, or if you are a Canary Island resident or not. 


Non-resident adult: 12 euros

Non-resident child (6-12): 6 euros

Resident adult: 6 euros

Resident child (6-12): 3 euros

Eating at the Janubio Salt Flats

You cannot leave the Janubio Salt Flats without grabbing something to eat at the Mirador de Las Salinas. This is a restaurant in an amazing location offering diners privileged views over the surroundings, with a special mention going to the wonderful sunsets which can be enjoyed from the restaurant’s tables. 

This restaurant serves typical rice and fish dishes from the area, offering local produce and typical Lanzarote flavours. It is a must-see if you are vising the Janubio Salt Flats.

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