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Fuerteventura Day Trip from Lanzarote

Fuerteventura Day Trip from Lanzarote - Lanzarote, Spain
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Duration: 9 hours
Location: Lanzarote, Spain

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$51.90

Experience beautiful Fuerteventura on a day trip from Lanzarote! Twice the size of its busier neighbor, this captivating island is all ancient volcanoes, sleepy villages and magnificent beaches. After a scenic ferry ride, join your coach with an expert guide to drive through its stunning landscapes and mountains ... More info ›

Experience beautiful Fuerteventura on a day trip from Lanzarote! Twice the size of its busier neighbor, this captivating island is all ancient volcanoes, sleepy villages and magnificent beaches. After a scenic ferry ride, join your coach with an expert guide to drive through its stunning landscapes and mountains. Enjoy free time to explore rustic hamlets such as Betancuria and get a glimpse of the colorful capital of Puerto del Rosario as you head towards the sand dunes at Corralejo. A fantastic way to discover this idyllic island.

Start your day trip with a pickup from your Lanzarote meeting point, and travel by air-conditioned coach to Playa Blanca, on the island’s southern coast. Board the ferry for your 30-minute crossing to Fuerteventura, an island that basks in the sparkling Atlantic to the south. Your ferry ticket is prebooked, so there’s no need to wait in line at the port. Once on board, sit back and contemplate the views over the waves and Fuerteventura on the horizon.

Head south through Fuerteventura’s dramatic, stark landscapes to Betancuria, the island’s former capital. Cradled into volcanic hills, this ancient whitewashed hamlet was named after the 15th-century Norman explorer, Jean de Béthencourt, who conquered the island. Stroll around its pretty squares independently, and perhaps visit pretty Santa Maria church to see its fine Baroque altar. Next, trace the corkscrew mountain roads to a spectacular viewpoint. Take photos of the breathtaking mountain scenery in front of you and look out for the cheeky chipmunks that make a point of visiting the spot.

Continue to Pajara, a traditional village famed for its Church of Our Lady of Regla, which boasts two aisles and Aztec-style door carvings. Wander around as you wish and then head towards South Corralejo, passing by Puerto del Rosario, the island’s capital.

Continue to the spectacular National Park of Fuerteventura. The sight of this 6-mile (11-kilometer) expanse of giant sand dunes merging into the aquamarine sea will have your camera working overtime! Afterward, return to Corralejo and, following your ferry crossing, finish your tour with a drop-off at the meeting point.

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Lanzarote Day Tour Including Wine Tasting

Lanzarote Day Tour Including Wine Tasting - Lanzarote, Spain
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Duration: 9 hours
Location: Lanzarote, Spain

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$53.08

See beyond the beaches of Lanzarote on a full-day island tour, and discover geological marvels, volcanic landscapes and wine! With a local guide, explore Timanfaya National Park by coach and meander around the volcanic Fire Mountains (Montañas del Fuego), witnessing geothermic activity. Take photos by the green-hued El Golfo lake, and enjoy a wine tasting in the region of La Geria ... More info ›

See beyond the beaches of Lanzarote on a full-day island tour, and discover geological marvels, volcanic landscapes and wine! With a local guide, explore Timanfaya National Park by coach and meander around the volcanic Fire Mountains (Montañas del Fuego), witnessing geothermic activity. Take photos by the green-hued El Golfo lake, and enjoy a wine tasting in the region of La Geria. Finish with a visit to Jameos Del Agua, a cave-turned-resort for free time to ogle the views.

Start your day at Puerto del Carmen, Playa Blanca, Costa Teguise, Puerto Calero or Arrecife meeting point, and then travel to Lanzarote’s south coast by air-conditioned coach.

Pass through Uga village and into Timanfaya National Park, where a ring of stunning volcanoes, known as the Fire Mountains, dominate the sun-baked landscape. Temperatures just below the park’s surface are said to hit around 752°F (400°C), and geothermic demonstrations — such as the creation of mini geysers by pouring water into the ground — are commonplace. Hop out of your coach to see such tricks take place, and hear stories from your guide about past eruptions.

Follow the ‘volcanic route’ through the park and travel west to Timanfaya’s rocky coast to see where a large lava field once flowed down to the North Atlantic Ocean. Stop for photos by the emerald lake of El Golfo.

In the afternoon, leave Timanfaya National Park for the winemaking region of La Geria. The area’s otherworldly scenery is unique for a Spanish wine region, created from the remains of an ancient volcanic eruption. Hear how the volcanic soil, hot climate and cooling ocean winds combine to produce Lanzarote’s mineral-rich wine, and learn about the crisp tones for which the wine is prized.

Visit a winery and sample a glass of wine made in La Geria. Varietals are subject to change, but typically include wine made from the local malvasia grape. Then, return to your coach and continue through the picturesque La Valles and Haria regions of northern Lanzarote.

Enjoy a final stop at Jameos Del Agua, a unique cave resort designed by local artist César Manrique. Complete with restaurants, a cafe, garden and auditorium, the site features a salt lagoon with albino crabs. Use your free time to soak up the views along Lanzarote’s northern coast and La Graciosa island, just across the water. Return to your coach at the prearranged time and finish with a drop-off at the meeting point.

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4x4 Jeep Tour of Lanzarote

4x4 Jeep Tour of Lanzarote - Lanzarote, Spain
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Duration: 5 hours
Location: Lanzarote, Spain

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$61.34

Explore the natural beauty of Lanzarote from an open-top, 4x4 jeep on this exciting 6-hour tour! With an experienced driver at the wheel of your 6-seater jeep, trundle across the island's moon-like landscapes and trace dramatic roads along the craggy west coast. See Lagomar, the surreal cave-like house once owned by Omar Sharif, and visit shimmering white villages sprinkled beneath dark volcanic peaks ... More info ›

Explore the natural beauty of Lanzarote from an open-top, 4x4 jeep on this exciting 6-hour tour! With an experienced driver at the wheel of your 6-seater jeep, trundle across the island's moon-like landscapes and trace dramatic roads along the craggy west coast. See Lagomar, the surreal cave-like house once owned by Omar Sharif, and visit shimmering white villages sprinkled beneath dark volcanic peaks. On the way enjoy time free to swim or relax at Playa Famara, one of Lanzarote’s most spectacular bays.

Your experience starts with a pick-up at your Puerto del Carmen, Playa Blanca and Costa Teguise. Then, Start your jeep adventure at the town of Tahiche. Discover the excursion route and climb aboard your uncovered 4x4 vehicle or van. Then, your guide drives you into Lanzarote’s striking interior, passing tranquil villages, craggy volcanic peaks and postcard-perfect bays.

Heading northwest from Tahiche stop at the village of San Bartolomé, where there is the largest sweet potato (“batata”) plantation in the Canary Islands is located. Then, you will stop at the town of Nazaret to admire Lagomar, an extraordinary cluster of whitewashed houses once owned by the Hollywood actor Omar Sharif. While viewing the site’s exterior, learn how this bizarre complex of cave-like buildings, ponds and gardens was built, and how Sharif lost the property during a single, misguided game of bridge.

Continue traveling through the lunar-like countryside and stop to take snaps of some of the spectacular places lining the route. Enjoy time free to explore the island’s former capital of Teguise, admiring its elegant buildings and handsome squares. Also, look round the tiny hamlets of Tinajo and Tinguaton, where whitewashed houses and palm trees lie in the shadow of mountainous Timanfaya National Park.

Enjoy a break at Playa Famara, home to one of Lanzarote’s most beautiful beaches and where rustic windmills speckle the hills. Swim from the sandy bay or stroll along the water’s edge absorbing the magnificent setting. You can see the islands of La Graciosa, Montaña Clara and La Alegranza that from, with Roque del Este and Roque del Oeste, the Chinijo Archipielago, a natural beauty located off Lanzarote’s northern coast. You can enjoy a break on Famara beach, home to one of the most beautiful beaches on Lanzarote and where rustic windmills are scattered among the hills. Enjoy a swim in the sandy bay if the weather is good or enjoy a stroll along the shore to observe the magical environment.

Then, continue your journey to the pretty coastal village of La Santa. From here you will reach the village of Mancha Blanca where you will visit the Visitors Centre to have an idea of how the ancient inhabitants lived with an active volcano. At the center you can enjoy a simulation of a volcano inside a cave.

 After the visit to the Visitors Center you will head to La Geria through an interior track to see the malvasía (typical Lanzarote grapes) plantation. The plantation is visible at both sides of the road, covering all of La Geria.

Each jeep holds a maximum of six guests. Bring a camera and, if you want to swim at Famara, don't forget your bathing suit and a towel!.

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Northern Lanzarote Day Trip

Northern Lanzarote Day Trip - Lanzarote, Spain
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Duration: 8 hours
Location: Lanzarote, Spain

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$44.83

Spend a day exploring northern Lanzarote and escape the well-trodden tourist trails of the island’s south! With a friendly local guide, discover the island’s ancient capital of Teguise village (Villa de Teguise), and ogle impressive views from the Peñas del Chach vantage point. Visit Lagomar and LanzaAloe, an aloe vera plantation in Orzola; enjoy free time at Jameos del Agua, a swanky cave-turned-resort; and visit the César Manrique Foundation (own expense) to learn all about the much-loved local artist.

After a pickup from Puerto del Carmen, Playa Blanca, Costa Teguise, Puerto Calero or Arrecife meeting points, travel onward through Teguise village, the island’s ancient capital ... More info ›

Spend a day exploring northern Lanzarote and escape the well-trodden tourist trails of the island’s south! With a friendly local guide, discover the island’s ancient capital of Teguise village (Villa de Teguise), and ogle impressive views from the Peñas del Chach vantage point. Visit Lagomar and LanzaAloe, an aloe vera plantation in Orzola; enjoy free time at Jameos del Agua, a swanky cave-turned-resort; and visit the César Manrique Foundation (own expense) to learn all about the much-loved local artist.

After a pickup from Puerto del Carmen, Playa Blanca, Costa Teguise, Puerto Calero or Arrecife meeting points, travel onward through Teguise village, the island’s ancient capital. Admire its historical architecture and hear about Teguise in the 16th century when the village is thought to have been founded.

Continue to Peñas del Chach, one of the island’s highest peaks, near the cliffs of Famara on the island’s northwestern shores. Hop out of your coach for a photo, and gaze down at views of the undulating coastline set against the blue waves of the North Atlantic Ocean. With your guide, look out for the oasis of Haria, a lush little area known locally as the Valley of a Thousand Palms. Locals traditionally plant palm trees at the spot to mark the birth of a child.

Visit Lagomar, one of the island's most renowned places which is a museum, art gallery, bar and restaurant. This astonishing property was conceived by Cesar Manrique, Lanzarote's greatest artist and architect. Its design was based on the One Thousand and One Arabian Nights tale, with its white stone walls integrated into the volcanic scenery and vegetation of the area.

Afterwards, head to Orzola and visit LanzaAloe. Here, see acres of fragrant aloe vera plants being grown and harvested. Learn about the soothing properties of the plants and hear how the Canary Islands’ climate and terrain is well suited to aloe vera production.

Follow up with a visit to Jameos del Agua, an idyllic beach cave on the coast. Complete with shops, cafes, subterranean walkways and a volcanic museum, the cave-turned-resort was designed by local artist Manrique. Enjoy some free time to explore, and then travel to your final stop, the César Manrique Foundation. Entrance to the small museum is at your own expense, but the displays are well worth the fee. See how the artist adapted five volcanic bubbles into rooms at his house, and learn all about his life’s work on the island.

In the late afternoon, return to southern Lanzarote and finish your day with a drop-off at the meeting point.

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Southern Lanzarote Day Trip

Southern Lanzarote Day Trip - Lanzarote, Spain
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Duration: 6 to 9 hrs
Location: Lanzarote, Spain

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$29.49

Get up close and personal to the magical landscapes of southern Lanzarote on an action-packed half-day or full-day tour. Both options include a tour of the lava-sculpted Timanfaya National Park to witness geothermic displays created by heat from the volcanic Fire Mountains ... More info ›

Get up close and personal to the magical landscapes of southern Lanzarote on an action-packed half-day or full-day tour. Both options include a tour of the lava-sculpted Timanfaya National Park to witness geothermic displays created by heat from the volcanic Fire Mountains. Enjoy an optional camel ride on the volcanic slopes, and visit the La Geria winemaking region to sample the fruity local wine. Upgrade to the full-day tour for trip to the coast where the Janubio salt pans, El Golfo lake and Los Hervideros grottoes await.

Book your half-day or full-day tour and start your experience with a pickup from Puerto del Carmen, Costa Teguise, Playa Blanca, Puerto Calero or Arrecife meeting points. Then, travel south by air-conditioned coach. Your route and destinations depend on the tour option you choose. Both finish with a hotel drop-off.

Half-Day Tour:
Travel through the village of Uga on your way to Timanfaya National Park. Stop here for an optional camel ride (own expense) and follow the Route of the Volcanoes, twisting round the slopes for grandstand views. Hear about the 18th-century eruptions that formed the surrounding cones and calderas and witness geothermic experiments; you can watch bundles of branches go up in flames within seconds of being tossed into fire pits.

Head out of the park to see the vine-coated fields in the fertile La Geria winemaking region and learn how the island’s crisp and fruity wines, made from the malvasia grapes, are cultivated. Then, head for a winery to sample a glass for yourself! Afterward, rejoin your coach for your return journey.

Full-Day Tour:
After traveling through Uga and Timanfaya National Park to see the geothermal demonstrations, follow the Route of the Volcanoes to see some of the more spectacular lava formations as your guide explains how they were formed by past eruptions.

Enjoy a camel ride (own expense) and continue to the park’s lava-carved west coast where El Golfo, a jewel-green lagoon, awaits. Pause at the Janubio salt pans and see Los Hervideros, an area where waves have hollowed out craggy grottoes into the coastline.

Next, continue to the idyllic winemaking region of La Geria. See the vineyards where Lanzarote’s malvasia grape varietals are grown, and learn how they’re cultivated using the unique climate and landscape. Visit a winery to sample some wine and return to your coach for a drop-off at the meeting point.

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Lanzarote Surfing Experience at Famara Beach

Lanzarote Surfing Experience at Famara Beach - Lanzarote, Spain

Duration: 5 hours
Location: Lanzarote, Spain

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$53.08

Surf the waves of Lanzarote’s stunning northwestern coast on a surfing experience that includes a 5-hour lesson, beach picnic, equipment hire and transport from Puerto del Carmen, Playa Blanca, Costa Teguise, Puerto Calero or Arrecife. As professional local instructors swim and surf alongside you, learn how to the master some of the surfing basics, or hone your skills if you can surf already ... More info ›

Surf the waves of Lanzarote’s stunning northwestern coast on a surfing experience that includes a 5-hour lesson, beach picnic, equipment hire and transport from Puerto del Carmen, Playa Blanca, Costa Teguise, Puerto Calero or Arrecife. As professional local instructors swim and surf alongside you, learn how to the master some of the surfing basics, or hone your skills if you can surf already. The lesson is tailored to your ability, and the waves at Famara Beach (Playa de Famara) range from gentle to head-high.

Numbers are limited to eight on this small-group experience, ensuring personalized attention at all times.

Start your day with a pickup from your Puerto del Carmen, Playa Blanca, Costa Teguise, Puerto Calero or Arrecife meeting point, and then travel to Caleta de Famara on Lanzarote’s northwestern coast. The sun-soaked island dubs itself as 'Europe’s Hawaii,' and for good reason! Waves rarely drop below head height, and the jagged shoreline of the west coast offers a variety of breaks that range in difficulty.

Hop out of your minibus at Famara Beach, and head inside one of the surf shops near the shore to select your surf board and get changed into your bathing suit. Wet suits and rash vests are also provided on site for you to use. With all your gear on, wander down to the golden strip of sand with your surf board and run through the basics of surfing with your instructor.

Practice how to ‘pop-up’ on your board on the sand, and hone the technique of springing from stomach to feet in a fluid movement. Then, take to the sea to catch the surf! Under the watchful eye of the instructors swimming and surfing around you, learn how to paddle out, duck-dive under small waves, and catch the crests of waves as they break.

Halfway through your surf lesson, take a break for lunch and soak up the sun with a beach picnic of sandwiches, cookies and soda. Eat while chatting with other surfers in your group, and admire the scenery that surrounds you; Famara Beach is made up of a sweeping 1.9-mile (3-km) expanse of sand and dunes, framed by pretty Caleta de Famara village and the foothills of Risco mountain.

When your lesson finishes, return to the surf shop to get changed, shower and drop off your wetsuit, rash vest and board. Finally, finish your experience with a drop-off at the meeting point.

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