Welcome to Haría

The central pedestrian avenue, Plaza León y Castillo, is shaded by eucalyptus trees and is the site of a superb Saturday morning craft and produce market. Handicrafts are available throughout the week at the Taller de Artesanía Reinaldo Dorta Déniz, a town hall–backed craft workshop where local artisans produce silverware, ceramics, embroidery and some charming pieces made of palm leaves and reeds. You can watch the crafters at work before buying.

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$43.73 Tours & Sightseeing

Northern Lanzarote Guided Day Trip with Villa de Teguise

After a pickup from Puerto del Carmen, Playa Blanca, Costa Teguise, Puerto Calero or Arrecife meeting points, travel onward through Teguise village, the island’s ancient capital. Admire its historical architecture and hear about Teguise in the 16th century when the village is thought to have been founded. Continue to Peñas del Chach, one of the island’s highest peaks, near the cliffs of Famara on the island’s northwestern shores. Hop out of your coach for a photo, and gaze down at views of the undulating coastline set against the blue waves of the North Atlantic Ocean. With your guide, look out for the oasis of Haria, a lush little area known locally as the Valley of a Thousand Palms. Locals traditionally plant palm trees at the spot to mark the birth of a child.Visit Lagomar, one of the island's most renowned places which is a museum, art gallery, bar and restaurant. This astonishing property was conceived by Cesar Manrique, Lanzarote's greatest artist and architect. Its design was based on the One Thousand and One Arabian Nights tale, with its white stone walls integrated into the volcanic scenery and vegetation of the area. Afterwards, head to Orzola and visit LanzaAloe. Here, see acres of fragrant aloe vera plants being grown and harvested. Learn about the soothing properties of the plants and hear how the Canary Islands’ climate and terrain is well suited to aloe vera production.Follow up with a visit to Jameos del Agua, an idyllic beach cave on the coast. Complete with shops, cafes, subterranean walkways and a volcanic museum, the cave-turned-resort was designed by local artist Manrique. Enjoy some free time to explore, and then travel to your final stop, the César Manrique Foundation. Entrance to the small museum is at your own expense, but the displays are well worth the fee. See how the artist adapted five volcanic bubbles into rooms at his house, and learn all about his life’s work on the island.In the late afternoon, return to southern Lanzarote and finish your day with a drop-off at the meeting point.

$37.98 Outdoor Activities

Lanzarote Volcano Small-Group Hiking Tour with Timanfaya Park

Choose the route option that best suits you at the time you book. All three hikes are suitable for all abilities, start and finish with a pickup and drop-off from your Lanzarote hotel, and take approximately four to five hours, including transfers.Then, on the day, meet your expert guide and travel to the start point of your hike by air-conditioned minivan. Before setting off, receive a safety briefing and snack bag to sustain you while walking if required.Fire RouteOne of Lanzarote’s most beautiful regions, the island’s south was devastated by volcanic eruptions in the 18th century. These have helped to sculpt one of the world’s most spectacular volcanic wildernesses — the area of Timanfaya National Park.On this route, walk among Timanfaya's volcanoes, lava fields and arid terrain as your guide shares insights into local vulcanology. Learn about the eruptions and discover the rebirth of plant and other life that has occurred in this fragile ecosystem.This 4-mile (6-km) route is available on Tuesdays only and graded as low intensity.La Geria RouteThe La Geria wine region is supremely pretty and represents a triumph over Lanzarote’s harsh terrain and sparse rainfall. During this walk, pass through hills peppered with wineries and vineyards as your guide recounts how farmers use the arid land to grow their grapes.This 7.5-mile (12-km) route is available on Wednesdays only and graded as moderate intensity.North RouteLanzarote’s Chinijo Archipelago National Park is Europe’s biggest terrestrial maritime reserve and consists of verdant countryside and steep coastal ravines and cliffs.Starting in the village of Haria in the Valley of a Thousand Palms, the walk climbs to Lanzarote's highest point before passing the awesome Famara Cliffs and traversing the woodlands of El Bosquecillo. As you walk, learn about the lush vegetation and watch for birds such as falcons and vultures.This 6.5-mile (10.5-km) route is available on Saturdays only and graded as moderate intensity.

$56.53 Outdoor Activities

Lanzarote island tour

A complete day full of contrasts, North and South of the Island. The perfect option for a complete approach to the landscapes, towns and geography of Lanzarote, as well as visits to some of the most emblematic places of the Island:The fascinating Timanfaya National Park, lunar landscapes of extreme beauty, sculpted by the last volcanic eruptions in the 18th Century. Once there we will witness the geothermal demonstrations, since the heat that fires our land is still strongly felt in the area of the Islet of Hilario. We will then make the famous Route of the Volcanoes.In the South, we will cross the areas bordering Timanfaya and its Natural Park, La Geria, the lava sea along Las Salinas del Janubio and Los Hervideros and stop at El Golfo and its spectacular Green Lake.On our way to the north we will pass by Teguise, old capital of the Island, and Peñas del Chache, the highest point of Lanzarote with 671 meters. Once there, we will be surprised by the charming village of Haria, its Valley of the Thousand Palms and all the landscapes bordering the fantastic Volcano of the Crown, that "constructed" one of the well-known jameos world-wide, where César Manrique and his people developed Los Jameos Del Agua, spectacular artistic performance that we will also visit.Schedule from Costa Teguise and Puerto Del CarmenWednesday: English, German, SpanishThursday: EnglishSaturday: English, SpanishSchedule from Playa BlancaTuesday: English and GermanThursday: English and FrenchSaturday: English and Spanish

$67.90 Cultural & Theme Tours

Northen Lanzarote César Manrique Tour

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Teguise, LanzaroteBrief stop in the ancient capital city of LanzaroteDuration: 20 minutesStop At: Mirador del RioMirador del Río is a viewpoint where you could see the Archipiélago Chinijo and the "river" that separates Lanzarote from La Graciosa island.Duration: 30 minutesStop At: Jameos Del AguaJameos del Agua is a lava tube that comes from the Corona Volcano to the sea. When the lava reached the ocean formed this volcanic bubble.Duration: 45 minutesStop At: Cueva de los VerdesThis lava tube is prepared to be safely visited and will leave you speechless.Duration: 1 hourStop At: Aloe Vera museumIn this museum you could sea how the aloe vera plant is cultivated and received explanations about its properties.Duration: 1 hour

$46.03 Tours & Sightseeing


After picking you up at your accommodations we will head towards the village of Maguez, the place from our walk takes off. After crossing some beautiful valleys we will arrive right to the edge to the impressive cliffs of the Archipelago Chinijo Natural Park where we will enjoy breathtaking views. If it is not too windy this is a perfect stop to enjoy a longer break overlooking Penedo Bay and La Graciosa Island. Then we will be heading to the charming village of Haria located at the bottom of the One Thousand Palm Tree Valley and where on Saturdays it holds the only handicraft market on the island. Good spot to buy goat cheese, jams & the traditional "mojos" (Canarian sauces) etc or just seat down and enjoy the market´s atmosphere while having a drink. Afterwards, we will make our way back to Maguez.

$72.43 Outdoor Activities

Lanzarote Interior and Off-Road 4x4 Jeep Full-Day Tour

Explore the villages of Lanzarote in kind a different way thanks to this route by jeep. The first part of the route takes you to Guatiza, to see some of the prickly pears plantations and learn about the fruit’s application on cosmetic, pharmacy and also in the kitchen.Afterwards you continue to the village of Mala, where you can see the oldest Cactus Garden on Lanzarote. From there you will drive across the island to Tabayesco. There you will visit the viewpoint Mirador de los Helechos and have a nice view of the Valley of the Thousand Palms in Haria and the Colcane La Corona.From the viewpoints in Famara you can see the islands La Graciosa, Montaña Clara and Alegranza, and the beach of Famara and its dunes. Don’t miss the chance to make some amazing picture before you head to La Santa.In the region Vegueta you will visit Lanzarote’s oldest endemic grape plantation. After that you will cross the lava fields and the region Geria before going back to the hotels.The vehicles for this route are soft-top Land Rover Defender jeeps for up to 7 passengers (including the driver).