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What Are the Must Do’s / Sees in Lanzarote ?

Asked by: 12th July 2012

Coming to Lanzarote for the First Time on 19th October


7 Answers

  1. paul on Jul 12, 2012

    Must try canarian potatoes with red mojo sauce, absolutely fantastic, as for must see’s probably better to hire a car and drive around the island so many beautiful things to see, but a couple of things are the caves of los verdes and Timanfaya.

  2. Cat on Jul 12, 2012

    Jameos del Agua and Mirador del Rio as well. If you have children Guinate Tropical Park and/or Rancho Texas are good too. Timanfaya as Paul says is a definite must.

  3. carole cooper on Jul 12, 2012

    watching the planes come in on the beach is a must, the kids would love it. if you like shopping teguise market on a sunday is good. rancho texas is great but a little expensive if theres a few of you. have a fab holiday.

  4. David myers on Jul 13, 2012

    Your so right Carole with the planes more so when you stand under them landing but i think i would skip the Teguise market

  5. H R H on Jul 13, 2012

    Beware of the Teguise market as it is a favourite haunt for pickpockets .They distract the tourists by confronting them with a beautiful lady whilst someone else picks your back pocket.

  6. Ken on Jul 13, 2012

    Rancho Texas is a must but pay when you get there not through a tour rep.Get the free bus or get a taxi only 10mins from PDC if that is where you are staying.
    Fire mountain Timanfaya is also a good day out.
    Again the runway at Matagorda is good fun. There’s loads to see really!
    Hire a car for sure and you will actually save money and get to see the whole island. Most hire companies will give you a road map with all the attractions marked on it.

  7. Frank on Jul 13, 2012

    As others say, hire a car for a few days and see around the island. 3 days will be enough for your first visit.

    One of my favourite places is the village of Orzola in the north of the island. Stop off for a nice lunch there and then visit the popular viewing point of Mirador del Rio.