Welcome to Tahiche


From Sala 10, have a look out the large picture window at the striking modern building semisubmerged into the lava field and topped by a series of cupolas. Formerly owned by a wealthy architect from Tenerife, it was bought by the foundation in early 2011. Watch this space.

At least seven buses a day stop here on their way from Arrecife to Teguise. Look for the huge mobile sculpture by Manrique dominating the roundabout, and walk 200m down the San Bartolomé road.


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Tahiche activities

$60.07 Outdoor Activities

Lanzarote Island 4x4 Jeep Tour with Playa Famara Beach Swim

Your experience starts with a pick-up at your Puerto del Carmen, Playa Blanca and Costa Teguise. Then, Start your jeep adventure at the town of Tahiche. Discover the excursion route and climb aboard your uncovered 4x4 vehicle or van. Then, your guide drives you into Lanzarote’s striking interior, passing tranquil villages, craggy volcanic peaks and postcard-perfect bays.Heading northwest from Tahiche stop at the village of San Bartolomé, where there is the largest sweet potato (“batata”) plantation in the Canary Islands is located. Then, you will stop at the town of Nazaret to admire Lagomar, an extraordinary cluster of whitewashed houses once owned by the Hollywood actor Omar Sharif. While viewing the site’s exterior, learn how this bizarre complex of cave-like buildings, ponds and gardens was built, and how Sharif lost the property during a single, misguided game of bridge.Continue traveling through the lunar-like countryside and stop to take snaps of some of the spectacular places lining the route. Enjoy time free to explore the island’s former capital of Teguise, admiring its elegant buildings and handsome squares. Also, look round the tiny hamlets of Tinajo and Tinguaton, where whitewashed houses and palm trees lie in the shadow of mountainous Timanfaya National Park.Enjoy a break at Playa Famara, home to one of Lanzarote’s most beautiful beaches and where rustic windmills speckle the hills. Swim from the sandy bay or stroll along the water’s edge absorbing the magnificent setting. You can see the islands of La Graciosa, Montaña Clara and La Alegranza that from, with Roque del Este and Roque del Oeste, the Chinijo Archipielago, a natural beauty located off Lanzarote’s northern coast. You can enjoy a break on Famara beach, home to one of the most beautiful beaches on Lanzarote and where rustic windmills are scattered among the hills. Enjoy a swim in the sandy bay if the weather is good or enjoy a stroll along the shore to observe the magical environment.Then, continue your journey to the pretty coastal village of La Santa. From here you will reach the village of Mancha Blanca where you will visit the Visitors Centre to have an idea of how the ancient inhabitants lived with an active volcano. At the center you can enjoy a simulation of a volcano inside a cave. After the visit to the Visitors Center you will head to La Geria through an interior track to see the malvasía (typical Lanzarote grapes) plantation. The plantation is visible at both sides of the road, covering all of La Geria.Each jeep holds a maximum of six guests. Bring a camera and, if you want to swim at Famara, don't forget your bathing suit and a towel!.

$45.05 Tours & Sightseeing

Visit around La Corona vulcano Haría and César Manrique Foundation

The North of our island is the best preserved territory of Lanzarote, where the rural life, cultures, villages and well-known monuments interact respectfully with the environment. A bus tour through the municipality of Teguise, Los Valles, the Peñas del Chache, introduces us in the North area bordering the impressive Volcano de la Corona.Haria, its Valley of Thousand Palms and Riscos de Famara leave us at the foot of a work of César Manrique: El Mirador Del Río, minimalist performance on some cliffs with sensational views of the islands of La Graciosa, Alegranza or Clara Mountain, which we will visit.The next stop is perhaps one of the best works in the world in terms of integration of the natural environment with architecture and art: Los Jameos del Agua, by the same author, ponds with endemic blind crabs, a unique auditorium, paths, lush vegetation ... better to see and feel it.Our last visit is the first house that César inhabited when moved to Haría. Built in the area of Tahiche on five volcanic bubbles, Manrique, together with his collaborators, decided to create the César Manrique Foundation, that houses important works of art by different artists, maintaining part of the old architecture of the house. It was awarded as one of the best private museums in Europe.

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