Charco de los Clicos: also known as Charco Verde. This lake is formed by the crater of a volcano submerged in the waters of the ocean. Its green colour is due to the algae that live at the bottom.
Playa de Papagayo: one of the most popular beaches on the island. It's a small cove in the shape of a bay and its emerald-coloured waters usually remain motionless, simulating a swimming pool.
Timanfaya National Park: volcanic paradise of more than 5,000 hectares. Full of orange, ochre, red, black and brown colours, 25 volcanoes coexist in this park.
César Manrique Foundation: this house-museum shows the form that the Lanzarote painter, architect and sculptor wanted to give to his island. Turning five volcanic bubbles into rooms, this house expresses the vision of Lanzarote's most beloved artist. The Museo del Campesino also shows how Manrique's art meets the tradition of the Canary island.
Los Jameos del Agua: this volcanic cave with its own natural lake is one of the must-see stops on the island. Not only is it a peaceful and magical place but it is also home to the albino crab, which can be found only in this cave.
Los Hervideros: it is advisable to visit Los Hervideros when the sea is rough, as this causes the waters to hit harder against the intertwined caves under the ground and boil, thus jumping into the air in the form of a cloud of water. The visit to this volcanic spectacle is free of charge.
Cactus Garden: this garden, located in the north of the island, was created by César Manrique. It is home to more than 1,400 species of cactus from all over the world and offers spectacular views.