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If you are thinking about visiting Lanzarote you may feel overwhelmed with the amount of activities the island has to offer. In this post we analyze what to see in Lanzarote in 4 days.
Lanzarote is an ideal destination for the summer season. Its warm climate and incredible natural landscapes make this island a must-visit.
During the week: Let’s surf!
One of the island’s main attractions is surfing. Most tourists visit for its big waves and clear waters. One of the most dynamic and entertaining activities to do is to be part of a Surf Camp.
These types of schools usually offer lessons several days a week, and have different levels. There are classes for both beginners and intermediate surfers, anyway if you want to know more about what is a Surf Camp we recommend you to consult the experience of one of the members of Howlanders.
Tuesday: Get into the Volcanoes
If you go to Lanzarote you can’t miss the visit to its volcanoes. The route of the volcanoes of Lanzarote will allow you to hike through this amazing route. The island stands out for its volcanic areas and for its amazing routes. 🌋
Lanzarote is also known as the land of fire and volcanoes. And is that in places like Timanfaya Park there are already up to 25 volcanoes, highlighting among these the famous “Mountain of Fire.”
Wednesday: Wine tasting
Sometimes it’s nice to give the body a break… Or rather a half-hearted break? Lanzarote offers a hiking route with wine tasting. And it is that after a good hike a glass feels much better.
The vineyards located in volcanic soil give Lanzarote wine a unique and incomparable taste. Although this will taste much better once you know all its history from cultivation to harvesting. 🍇
If you consider yourself a curious traveler, we recommend you visit the Cactus Garden, a very peculiar area where you can see more than 7,000 specimens of cactus from all over the world.
And if you feel like a more “cultural” plan, we recommend you to visit the mythical San José Castle and the Contemporary Art Museum inside. This castle formerly served to defend nothing more and nothing less than pirates.
Are you looking forward to visiting this island? Do you already know what to see in Lanzarote in 4 days?