Timanfaya National Park
Lanzarote wouldn’t make sense without its volcanos, whose eruptions have left a landscape with a truly unique aura. Visiting the island is like stepping on the Moon if you visit the Timanfaya National Park. If you are getting ready for a trip to Lanzarote, you really must visit this world-renowned tourist attraction.
What to see at the Timanfaya National Park?
At over 50 square kilometres, Timanfaya is home to a wide range of geological specimens and plant species. It is a completely uninhabitable area, and it was formed by eruptions in 1730 and 1736. Within the park itself there are plenty of activities:
Discover the geothermal quirks of this area and delve deeper into the soul of our land on this 14 kilometre trail which takes you through the different craters that can be found in the Timanfaya National Park.
The trail is within the park itself and is a great activity if you want to discover the different types of lava or volcanic caves. You can also visit the Montañas de Fuego, the Caldera de Corazoncillo or the Montaña Rajada.
Timanfaya National Park Rates and Times
The Timanfaya National Park is open to the public from 9:30 to 15:45. As a recommendation, the ideal time to visit the Park is after 13:00, as that is when it can be enjoyed in all its glory.
|Canary Island Residents||€9.60||€4.80|
Eating at the Timanfaya National Park
One of the most impressive experiences for visitors to the Timanfaya National Park is eating at the El Diablo restaurant, which uses the volcanic heat from the earth to cook its typical Lanzarote dishes.
How to get to Timanfaya National Park?
What to see in Lanzarote in a week?
Lanzarote is one of those places where you will feel that you lack time to discover everything that the beautiful island hides: volcanic stone, dream beaches, picturesque villages, natural spaces... everything will seem to be a place to remember.
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