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What can I do in Lanzarote with less than a week?

The Volcano Park at Timanfaya is Lanzarote’s most popular tourist attraction. Every year, close to one million people visit this unique lavascape – home to a sea of colourful dormant volcanoes and spent cones. The tour follows a route originally defined by the island born artist and architect César Manrique.
Visiting La Cueva de los Verdes is truly a journey into the bowels of the ground, a spectacular and unique experience. The tunnel formed by the Corona Volcano is one of the most extensive and interesting on the planet. Along their journey, there are at least sixteen Jameos (opening or mouth area that allows access to different caves). More than six miles preface acquaintances from the crater of the volcano until it enters the sea in an underwater section of a mile called “Tunnel of Atlantis.”

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Can I surf in Lanzarote?

1 – El Quemao
The island’s most famous wave, and one of the world’s most powerful. Very fast and hollow reef break, left and right.
2 – La Santa
reef break is of impressive quality, perfect 364 days of the year, long, hollow and powerful, good for manoeuvers and barrels.
3 – Caleta Caballo
The bay of Caleta Caballo offers a variety of reef breaks.

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What is Lanzarote like in February?

In February in Lanzarote, the average temperature for the month stays constant at 17.5°C. Daily highs rise from 20°C to 21°C, whilst daily lows stay steady at 15°C
All tourist areas are open as this destination has a perfect year round climate.

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Does Lanzarote have a bus service?

The local buses (guaguas – pronounced wah-wah) are without a doubt the most economical means of transportation to get to the main tourist centres as well as almost all the villages on the island.
Buses in all the tourist resorts operate every 20 mins in daylight hours. Prices: from 0,81€ – 2,673€ depending on the line. Tickets available on the bus.

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What are the best beaches in Lanzarote?

Los Pocillos beach is known to be one of the best beaches on the island.