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La Cantina

Whitewashed walls, beamed ceilings and trailing greenery adorn the scattered rooms of this seductively atmospheric 500-year-old house, now reimagined as a sensational Canarian-international restaurant by British own…
Architecture in Teguise

LagOmar

Carved into the rock face, with fanciful chimneys, cupolas, lookouts and twisting staircases, this gallery, restaurant and bar with a New Mexico–meets-Morocco look is wrapped in legend. What is certain is that is wa…
Canarian in Teguise

Restaurante LagOmar

The spectacular setting – within the volcanic, Bond-like, Manrique- and Soto-designed former home of Omar Sharif – is the thing at this smart restaurant, which transforms everyday Canarian ingredients into elegant M…
Bar in Teguise

Bar La Cueva

Sculpted into the mountainside, the cave-like bar-club at Omar Sharif's impressive one-time home hints at the raucous 1970s celebrity parties it once hosted. It's part of beautifully original LagOmar, designed by Cé…
Museum in Teguise

Casa del Timple

Within the historical walls of the graceful 18th-century Palacio Spínola, this entertaining museum is dedicated to the timple, a traditional Canarian stringed instrument similar to a ukulele. Spanish-language displa…
Museum in Teguise

Museo de la Piratería

Perched 396m high on the Montaña de Guanapay, 1km east of town with sweeping views across the plains, the 16th-century Castillo de Santa Bárbara doubles as a fascinating multilanguage pirate museum (it's hugely popu…
Spanish in Teguise

Ikarus

Overlooking a pretty square and washed with bold red-and-orange interiors, this elegant restaurant delivers excellent Spanish cooking fuelled by fresh Lanzarote-grown ingredients. Pick from platters of Canarian chee…
Tapas in Teguise

La Palmera

Sunny terrace tables, regular live music and a cosy, cave-like red-walled interior create a buzzy setting for deliciously simple tapas and sharing platters of island cheeses, Uga salmon, potato omelette, Iberian ham…
Market in Teguise

Mercadillo de Teguise

First launched in the 1980s with just 16 artisan vendors, Teguise's enormous, very touristed Sunday-morning market carpets the old town, with flamenco on the church plaza, an infectious buzz in the bars and restaura…
Mediterranean in Teguise

Restaurante Hespérides

A sleek marriage of visual and culinary arts, this popular and laid-back restaurant delights diners with artfully crafted Mediterranean-meets-Canarian dishes like zesty falafel, tandoori tofu rice, Lanzarote goat's …