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Gearing up a tour to Lanzarote? If yes, you have chosen one of the most beautiful islands on this earth.
Lanzarote is not only beautiful but also blessed with plenty of fantastic tourist places.
The list is so long that you may confuse what to see and what to ignore from the list. This problem is prevalent that most of the tourists encounter while planning their strategy for Lanzarote tour.
To help you in deciding what to see in Lanzarote, I have brought you the list of five must-see places in Lanzarote.
Your trip to Lanzarote will remain incomplete if you miss any of these places.
Here is the list-
Timanfaya Volcano Park
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Timanfaya National Park or Parque Nacional de Timanfaya (Spanish name) is located in the southwestern part of the island. It is made of the volcanic soil, and El Diablo is its symbol. The last eruptions happened here were in1824. More than 190 years have already passed after the eruptions, but the area is still arid owing to the low rainfall in this region.
The number of tourists arriving at the park is very high. Almost one million people every year see this park. The Montanas del Fuego complex is the quite popular place in the park, where people head to experience Timanfaya.
Jameos Del Agua
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Jameos del Agua is a volcanic cave located in the north of Lanzarote. Its magical environment and scenery can capture the eyeballs of anybody and leave completely mesmerized in a few seconds. If you get mesmerized just by seeing this beautiful image, I will not be surprised.
You can see a huge crowd of tourists feasting their eyes looking its beautiful aura.
The Cactus Garden
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Nestled in the north of Lanzarote, the Cactus Garden is an incredibly awesome place to see. Calling this to be a paradise for plant lovers will not be wrong from any angle. You will see the 1,400 species of cacti from across the globe. It is believed to be the last creation of César Manrique, a well-recognized artist, and architect. The garden will allow you to stroll along the cobbled paths and enjoy the mesmerizing landscape.
Playa de Papagayo
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Found in the south of Lanzarote, Playa de Papagayo is one of the most popular beaches on the island. Running and lying down to take a sunbath on the pristine sand of the beach is a great experience of life. Water is crystal clear and taking a bath in it can eliminate all negative energy from your body.
Mirador Del Rio
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Founded by the famous local artist César Manrique in 1974 in the north of the Canarian island of Lanzarote, Mirador del Río is highly admirable place in the island. This can steal anybody’s heart in a few seconds. The best facet of tourist place is it is invisible from outside.
Once you manage your time to see these exotic places, you can consider several other places as Fundacion Cesar Manrique, Cueva de Los Verdes, and Rancho Texas Lanzarote Park.