Things to do in Lanzarote | NOVASOL
Things to do in Lanzarote
Trade in your villas in Costa del Sol and try something new. Lanzarote is an excellent location for a full range of exciting activities and events to cater for anyone’s interest. Visit the César Manrique museum, dedicated to the promotion of artistic activity that is by mutual agreement with the natural environment. Or perhaps whilst you rent, you can check out the fishing ports in El Golfo, Playa Blanca, Puerto del Carmen or Arrecife. Come to understand the production of salt in Janubio, or ceramic works at the Museum in the Monumento al Campesino in Mozaga. Enjoy a performance of the Spanish timple in Teguise or simply go for a swim at one of the fantastic beaches by your holiday rentals Spain.
Spanish villas amidst nature
Nature enthusiasts have a plethora of wondrous landscapes to tour around Lanzarote, including volcano like barren swathes of land, and lush fertile palm areas resembling something out of Jurassic Park. The Los Verdes cave was caused by the eruption of Monte de La Corona volcano and is located in Haría on Lanzarote. There is a 2 km long trail for visitors and this is open all year. Jameos del Agua is a prehistoric cave in the middle of which is a natural lake, which is connected to the sea. In this lake lives a very rare, endemic species of crab called Jameitos. In the caves there are regular folk concerts and sometimes choirs and orchestras, so keep on top of events whilst you prepare for your holiday rentals Spain.
Active adventure holidays in Lanzarote
There is no low season in the Canary Islands. With weather that resembles springtime all year round, anytime is a good time to head to the Canary Islands. Water sports enthusiasts, this is the place for you. In Lanzarote, join party boats for fishing and touring expeditions, or surf, paraglide, dive, and snorkel along the coast. The Canary Islands are a year round destination. Winter weather resembles springtime, summers are full of sunshine and heat. Lanzarote is a surfer’s paradise, and even if you are not one yourself, you can enjoy watching some of the world’s experts. Or, jump aboard one of the local party boats and fish for your dinner. Landlubbers can take tours of the local landscape, and designated nature parks
Fairy tale Castillos near your Spanish villas
Castillo San José in Arrecife houses an exhibition of contemporary art, in which artists such as Picasso, Miró, Chillida or Tàpies are represented. But there are also regular classical concerts there near your holiday lettings. The castle was built by King Carlos III in the middle of the bay as a defence against attack. The Castillo de San Gabriel is also a defence system and was built in the 16th century to protect themselves against pirates. Today, the castle houses an astronomical observatory and an archaeological museum and is a historical monument. Visit on your villa holidays Spain!
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You do not have to eat fish, but it is best if you are flying to Lanzarote. Grilled freshly caught Atlantic fish, boiled or fried in butter with the typical papas and the mojo sauce and a crisp salad on the plate is delicious. Dine in town in the traditional manner, late at night. Dining out in the late evening is strong part of Spanish custom and tradition, all done to beat the heat of the day. Of course you shouldn’t miss the lively bars, fun filled nightclubs, and great shopping along the beach promenade.Learn what typical fish species there are there and what you should eat where before leaving your coastal cottages. Meat and vegetable dishes are also lovely, whilst children should be able to order chips, pizza and other such child-friendly dishes almost anywhere. If this sounds good to you, why not check our villas Majorca see what NOVASOL have to offer...
Timanfaya National Park
The temperate climate of the island means winter resembles springtime, and this attracts people looking for nice weather. Summers are hot, and when things heat up so do water sports such as surfing, fishing, and sailing. Timanfaya National Park with the Montañas del Fuego (Fire Mountains) is a must see attraction. The Fire Mountains were created between 1730 and 1736 when more than 100 volcanoes, covering more than 50 km², rose up and devastated this part of the island (including several villages). The last eruptions were in 1824, and this area appears much the same as it did just after the eruptions. Visit it at Parque Nacional de Timanfaya.
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