Tuesday, August 6, 2019

Visiting Lanzarote

More and more people are choosing to spend their summer vacation in Lanzarote. It has long been a popular summer destination and it seems over the past few years it has received a revitalisation as tourism is booming in the area. There are lots of fantastic vacation villas in Lanzarote where you can reside for the duration of your stay. However, whilst you can certainly find a great base, where should you visit for days out whilst visiting the stunning and sunny destination?

Top tourist attractions for those stopping in vacation villas in Lanzarote

Cueva de los Verdes
If you are visiting Lanzarote then you simply must head to the Cueva de los Verdes. You will fail to find another place like it. ‘Cueva de los Verdes’ is otherwise known as the Green Caves – this is not because of their colour but more because of a family surname. Here you will get to head underground and witnessing an incredible cave system which was formed a massive 3000 years ago. The cave formation occurred as a result of the Corona Volcano erupting. The result is truly phenomenal and no words can do justice regarding how impressive the colourful cave is.

Former home of Cesar Manrique 
Cesar Manrique was an extremely popular artist in Lanzarote who unfortunately passed away in 1992 in a tragic car accident. However, his legacy lives on in his former residence which is situated in Haria. The house takes the form of a museum and as you may imagine there is a lot of creativity, beauty and innovation to witness. After all, when you visit the home of an artist you get to take a glimpse into their creative environment. This is something that is well worth treasuring. 

Green Lagoon of El Golfo 
Whilst staying in one of the vacation villas in Lanzarote another place worth visiting is the Green Lagoon of El Golfo. This is a dramatic and unusual cove which boasts the most marvellous setting. What sets this lagoon apart is the fact that the sea has become trapped and therefore the water boasts an eye-catching green colour. You will fail to find landscape that’s so raw yet looks like it has come right out of a film. The eroded grey cliffs contrast dramatically against the shocking green colour of the water. Just don’t forget to take your camera! 

Timanfaya National Park
The Timanfaya National Park consists of the Montanas del Fuego (Fire Mountains) and is a truly fascinating place. The story behind the area is just as interesting as the views left as a result. Many, many years ago – between 1730 and 1736 to be precise – a monumental number of volcanoes erupted and completely tore apart this section of the island. As you may expect, the eruption of 100 volcanoes left its mark and what is left behind is a sheer vision of beauty. 

The El Grifo Wine Museum
Who doesn’t love a good glass of wine? When visiting a museum it is very hard to find somewhere that everyone is interested in. however, if you opt for a wine museum then you have a pretty good chance of keeping everybody happy. The cellar itself is a vision of absolute beauty and will give you a great glimpse into local architecture. After all, it is always nice to soak in the culture when you visit a new location. Aside from this you will get to experience an extremely interesting journey as you see how wine making equipment and alike has progressed over the years. And of course you can enjoy a gorgeous glass of wine too! 

As you can see, there are lots of great places to visit while in Lanzarote. However, you will probably want to hire a rental car in order to experience all of them. Make sure the company is insured, so you can work with car accident lawyers who genuinely care about you if something sadly goes wrong.

If you are planning on staying on one of the vacation villas in Lanzarote this year then you definitely won’t be disappointed. Whilst abroad it is likely that you will want to witness as much of the island as possible. The five places mentioned in this article are well worth a visit and provide a fantastic way of getting the most out of your vacation.