Tag: sight seeing

Los Jameos de Agua, Haria

Los Jameos de Agua, Haria

Los Jameos de Agua is amongst the most visited sites at Lanzarote. Located in the Northern part of the island, it is one of the key cultural centers visited by millions of vistors.  It is one of seven main centres of Art, Culture and Tourism of the Cabildo de Lanzarote.     It is the […]

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Sea Wrecked Ship Barco Tellamon, Arrecife

Sea Wrecked Ship Barco Tellamon, Arrecife

  A greek ship enroute from the Ivory Coast on the Thessaloniki developed leaks near the coast of Lanzarote. The ship was carrying a load of trunks. Due to the leaks the ship was abandoned by its crew very close to Arrecife. This event took place on 31st Oct 1981. This has become a Sea […]

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Love Nature Visit Guinate Tropical Park

Love Nature Visit Guinate Tropical Park

    A lovely Bird and Animal park spread over 45,000 sq meters. It claims to have over 1,300 birds and animals.  The park is located in the Northern part of Lanzarote in the province of Haria. It sits on the foot of Mount Corona. It rises to about 400 meters above the sea level. […]

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Jardin de Cactus, Lanzarote

Jardin de Cactus, Lanzarote

  The Cactus Garden is located on the outskirts of Guatiza, on the road to Mala. From the road it is easy to recognize the entrance of the Garden as there is a sculpture of a cactus of 8 meters in height.   The garden houses over 10,000 variety of different species of Cactus from […]

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Rancho Texas Park

Rancho Texas Park

    Rancho Texas Park, Lanzarote  has too much to offer to see and enjoy in a day. It is a fun filled Water Park. It also has spectacular animal, mammal and bird shows. It is your miniature Water park together with a mini zoo / bird park all in one. The park has beautiful […]

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Immerse In The Culture Of Lanzarote

Immerse In The Culture Of Lanzarote

Religion Roman Catholicism gained an early foothold in the islands, and although many Canarians’ religious faith may be doubtful, the Church still plays an important role in people’s lives. Most Canarians are baptised and have church weddings and funerals, although less than 50% regularly turn up for Sunday service. Music Folklore Music is the traditional […]

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