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La Graciosa: Island Cruise with Lunch and Water Activities

1. La Graciosa: Island Cruise with Lunch and Water Activities

Start your day with pickup from the main tourist resorts in Lanzarote and head to the northern village of Órzola. Board an express ferry at 11:00 AM to La Graciosa island at the port of Caleta del Sebo. Enjoy a welcome mojito cocktail on arrival. After cruising for a while, at around 1:30 PM, drop anchor at the French Beach. Enjoy a refreshing swim and try some of the water activities. Then, sit down for a traditional Spanish paella and fresh fruit lunch on board an hour later. Make use of the free bar with unlimited draft beer, sangria, soft drinks, and water. Also, benefit from free Wi-Fi on your journey to and from Lanzarote. and the assistance of an English–speaking travel guide. Return at around 4:00 PM with a brief stop in La Graciosa.

Lanzarote: Teguise Craft Market and La Graciosa Island Tour

2. Lanzarote: Teguise Craft Market and La Graciosa Island Tour

Following a pickup from your hotel in the main tourist areas of Lanzarote, relax in an air-conditioned bus until you arrive in Teguise. Experience how on Sunday mornings the tranquil city transforms into a bustling market place with numerous stalls of artisans. Explore the traditional crafts market and find handicrafts of all kinds, ceramics, basketwork, leather goods, and much more. After the visit to the market, head up north to Órzola. Board the ferry and take in the views on the 25-minute crossing. Upon arrival in La Graciosa, discover some of the secrets of Caleta del Sebo, such as the Old Church and the Aloe Vera Museum. At 2 PM, get a welcome glass of champagne along with a serving of lunch including salad, paella, fruit, soft drinks, wine, beer, and water. After lunch, you'll have 2 hours to explore the islands at your own leisure. Relish its pristine beaches with its crystal waters, and placid houses scattered across a sandy ochre canvas. Relax in an overwhelming sense of quiet combined with natural beauty. At around 4.30 PM take the return ferry ride to Órzola where the bus will be waiting for you to transfer you back to your hotel.

Lanzarote: Volcanos of Timanfaya and Caves Tour with Lunch

3. Lanzarote: Volcanos of Timanfaya and Caves Tour with Lunch

Enjoy the incredible views of the volcanic island of Timanfaya on a guided day trip from Las Palmas. Visit the green lake along the rugged coastline of El Golfo. Stop for lunch in Yaiza and head to La Geria for a wine tasting. Finally, explore the volcanic tunnel and caverns of Los Jameos del Agua. Start by going to the southern part of the island throughout the lava coast with a panoramic view of Las Salinas de Janubio and Los Hervideros. Then, visit the sailor’s village of El Golfo to see the green lagoon. Continue your journey towards the volcanos and feel the heat of volcanoes and craters. For an additional cost, you can also ride camels. Then, visit the Timanfaya National Park and discover the Volcanoes Route. Enjoy lunch at Yaiza and stop at one of the wineries of La Geria to taste delicious wine. From there, head north and pass by the valley of the thousand palm trees. Then, arrive to Los Jameos del Agua to visit this natural cave associated with the artist César Manriquethe.

North Lanzarote: The Work of César Manrique

4. North Lanzarote: The Work of César Manrique

Be transported to another time through the paved streets and historical plazas of Teguise, the municipal capital of Teguise. Enjoy a great view of El Valle de las Mil Palmeras (the valley of the thousand palm trees) on the way to Los Valles towards Haría. Then visit the Cueva de los Verdes, a uniquely beautiful cave with an indescribable interior formed by volcanic eruptions. After passing through Arrieta and Mala, stop at the aloe museum where you will learn about the benefits of aloe. Continue to Guatiza to have a look to the prickly pears plantations where the natural dye, cochineal, is produced. Explore the old quarry where the famous artist César Manrique perfectly fused nature and art. Follow the road to the César Manrique Foundation, located in the old house of the magnificent Lanzarote-born artist. Here, we have the opportunity to contemplate Manrique’s work, as well as various paintings and sculptures by different avant-garde artists.

Lanzarote: VIP Trip

5. Lanzarote: VIP Trip

There is no better way to discover Lanzarote island than with an 8 seater, air-conditioned minibus that allows you to drive on the secondary roads and see the beauty of the interior and its coastline. Explore the beautiful places of Las Salinas, Los Hervideros, El Golfo and Caleta de Famara during the morning. Stop in los Hervideros, where the ocean sculptured the lava, El Golfo village, visiting the unique green lagoon, a great natural attraction of the Island of Lanzarote and Caleta de Famara, one of the best surfing areas in Europe. Enjoy a typical Canarian lunch at Tao village, before you head to Teguise village, the first capital of the island, then the Castillo de Guanapay, where you can visit the Pirates Museum. Admire the two most important viewpoints of the island, Las Nieves, the highest point of the island and El Risco del mirador del Rio, where you can view the north part and La Graciosa island. Taste local products in Ye Village and finally, a small stop at one of the best beaches of the island “Caleton Blanco”, before returning to your hotel.

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What people are saying about Teguise

I took this cruise, I really liked that the transportation by bus was included as I don't have a car rented. The ride was very enjoyable, the views from the ship were breathtaking, in the village of La Graciosa we had some free time to roam around, then boarder the ship again and coasted along the island until we anchored at a really gorgeous beach. You can try the kayaking only if you go to the beach (before lunch time) or you could stay at the boat. There were all kind of different drinks included, the lunch was tasty and the leftovers were fed to seagulls and fish which was really fun. On the way back they blasted music and we partied all the way back to port! It was very enjoyable <3

I really enjoyed the day, well worth the money! The boat trip was lovely. The guides were fun . The scenery was great. There was a stop in a local Village, beside a volcano, and at a beach. We had time to swim and kayak. There was plenty of sangria/beer/soft drinks included . There was music on the boat and even some dancing on deck on the way back.

Such a wonderful day Due to a windy and cloudy day our expectations were no good. But at the end everything was perfect . The catamaran was comfortable and spacious, the staff was nice and friendly and the paella was epic. The way back we had fun dancing and drinking all together High recommended

If there was an option 6 stars I would give it. Everything was perfect, food and drinks were amazing, the boat was great, the staff was friendly and made sure all of the passengers were having good time. I would highly recommend this to anyone who wants to have great time and relax.

Well Organized, good Paella and fantastic overall experience!