1. Cueva de los Verdes

Formed about 4,000 years ago when the Montana La Corona volcano erupted, Cuevas de Los Verdes is one of the longest volcanic tunnels in the world and is visited by thousands of people every year.
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2. Jameos del Agua

Part restaurant, part bar, part nature, the Jameos del Agua is really a celebration of Lanzarote’s volcanic landscapes, created by the legendary artist, Cesar Manrique, who was born on the island.
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3. Timanfaya National Park

Timanfaya National Park is Lanzarote’s top attraction, so it has to be number one on your list of things to do in Lanzarote. This barren wasteland is sprinkled with volcanoes known as ‘Fire Mountains’
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4. Los Hervideros

If you enjoy looking at natural wonders then Los Hervideros, located slightly north of Playa Blanca, won’t disappoint. While you’re exploring the coast of Lanzarote by car or bike you shouldn’t bypass this section of coast.
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From exploring huge, breath-taking caves to riding thrilling waterslides, the island of Lanzarote has a great choice of surprising attractions. You’ll be able to keep the whole family happy on a holiday to Lanzarote, as all ages will find something they can treasure at every place you visit here.

Discover one of the longest natural tunnels in the world, Cueva de los Verdes, experience a camel ride through the remarkable Timanfaya National Park or enjoy a drink in Cesar Manrique’s enchanting cave bar, Jameos del Agua. If meeting a range of animals excites you, a day at Rancho Texas will be your holiday highlight.