Visit Las Montañas del Fuego in Timanfaya National Park and feel like you are taking a walk on the Moon on earth.
Visit: Timanfaya National Park, Tinajo, Lanzarote, Canary IslandsLas Montañas del Fuego originated after the violent volcanic eruptions in the south of Lanzarote between 1730 and 1736 resulting in the Parque Nacional de Timanfaya. Las Montañas del Fuego have a deserted beauty, and a range of ochre shades that astound visitors. They seem small compared to one of Manrique’s powerful and fresh pieces of art, which combines, yet again, art, nature and humankind living in harmony. From deep down on earth, Islote de Hilario stands out, surrounded by a 200-square-kilometre sea of lava where 25 dormant craters lay. There, Manrique let his restless mind loose, and with his genius he came up with the idea of El Diablo restaurant bringing that place to life. That work of art, was the result of an extraordinary combination of humankind and nature, without a doubt, one of the most impressive pieces in the world. The furnace in El Diablo uses the natural heat of the earth to cook unique dishes right under our feet, ten metres deep, at almost 300 degrees. Extreme heat that comes out to the surface and creates unforgettable moments for visitors. • Discover this unique combination of humankind and nature.• Know more about Lanzarote’s environment.• Enjoy an amazing experience.Please note: The last Volcano coach trip is at 17:00. The Coffee shop and Shop are open until 16:45 hours. The National Park has an elevated affluence of visitors in summer and Easter holidays, so it is recommended to visit it from 09:00-11:00 and from 15:00 to 17:45 to avoid increasing the waiting time.Opening hours: 9:00-17:45. Last visit to Ruta de los Volcanes: 17:00.Summer opening hours (15 July to 15 September): 9:00-18:45.*On December 24 and 31, the center closes at 16:00 and the last visit to Ruta de los Volcanes 15:30 pm.