The North tour is just another amazing side of Lanzarote. Where we find the most of Cesar Manrique artworks beside the breathtaking spots that you will never find them anywhere.
What we will do in North Tour?
Traveling through Teguise village the old capital of Lanzarote where the traditional market sets every Sunday, we drive until we reach the highest peak of the island 671m Peñas del Chache. A wonderful view of the northeast coastline and Haria village where we will pass by also to take a look at the famous valley the Valley of the Thousand Palm trees. The next stop will be at the Mirador del Rio which was created by the creative Cesar Manrique. Breathtaking views to La Graciosa, Montaña Clara and Alegranza Islands at the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. Huge admiration for the viewpoint. Lunchtime as always, we will take you to one of the most recommended restaurants in the north where you can enjoy a tasty open buffet. Driving down to the coastline where we will skip the line to Jameos del Agua to discover such a beautiful place created by the local artist and architect Cesar Manrique. Jameos consists of a subterranean salt lake, restaurant, gardens, emerald-green pool, museum, and auditorium. Before we head up back home, we would love to know more about who was that man that mixed art and architect. That´s why we will go to visit the César Manrique Foundation in Tahiche as an opportunity to know how he could adapt five volcanic bubbles inside his house. To enjoy one of the best exhibitions of his paintings and architectural designs.
Where we will be picked up?
The pick up will be from your hotel entrance or at the nearest point to where you stay, and it is available from Costa Teguise, Arrecife, Puerto del Carmen, Puerto Calero, and Playa Blanca.
Stop at Peñas del Chache
Mirador del Rio.
Jameos del Agua.
Cesar Manrique Foundation (optional).
What things are included?
Air conditioning Bus.
Stop at Peñas del Chache.
Admission entrance to Mirador del Rio.
Admission entrance to Jameos del Agua.
What things are not included?
Admission entrance to Cesar Manrique Foundation (optional).