Jameos del Agua and Mirador del Río, Haría, Famara cliffs; a bus route through rural landscapes and hidden villages, discover the North of Lanzarote.
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.