Captivating scenery and natural works of art are the hallmark of northern Lanzarote's extraordinary geology. You'll visit the Green Caves, Jameos del Agua, Mirador del Rio, Haria, Mala and more. An unbeatable selection of must-sees.
First up are the Green Caves, where a labyrinth of galleries and stairways lead you to a natural auditorium. You'll also head to Jameos del Agua – a volcanic cavern with rock gardens and glassy lake, filled with blind, white crabs found only in Lanzarote.
Also on the agenda is Mirador del Rio, which offers wow-factor vistas across to La Graciosa island. Next, drive through the Valley of the Thousand Palms to Haria for lunch in a typical Canarian house. In the fishing village of Arrieta, there's a pit stop to see its famous Red House, and lastly in Mala, you'll visit a Cochineal Interpretative Centre.