An endless beach under a breathtaking cliff where to enjoy all wave-based sports and watch the most magical sunsets.
Access: by car, park along the beach road (be careful to stay with 4 wheels on the asfalt, the sand is national park and fines are heavy)
Highlights: in the water mirror at low tide that reflects sunset.
Warning: the water can have strong currets with the tide changes, do not go swim alone and keep an eye on your children at all times.
A half-burried vulcano in the middle of nowhere with views over the Jable sand desert to La Santa, the Famara cliffs and the outskirts of Timanfaya park.
Access: by car, the last part is a dirt road in correct condition.
Highlights: the trail is covered with big chunks of green Olivina cristals
Duration: 30-40min easy hike
The free version of Cueva de Los Verdes. A collapsed lava tunnel with great climbing routes in the entrance. Possibility to explore in the tunnel for kilometers without obstacle !
Access: by car, asfalt road
Warning: bring light and a fully charged phone, do not go inside alone.
Impressive hike down the Famara cliff from Ye to the hidden beach.
Access: by car, parking place
Highlights: views to La Graciosa and the Arcipelago Chinijo
Duration: 1h each way, be careful not to get caught by the night on the way back up !
Children: + (steep trail)
Not-to-be-missed loop hike around the largest vulcano of the island crossing the black lava fields and grasping the 360° of this HUGE caldera.
Access: by car, parking place.
Duration: 2h30 loop + 1h to walk around the caldera (optional).
Children: ++ (good trail but long)
Warning: bring good closed sport/hiking shoes (sharp lava around the trail)
Can be very windy on the vulcano top trail, bring a wind-stop jacket.
An easy flat and nicely maintained trail to walk directly inside one of the first vulcanoes of the 1736 eruption: El Cuervo.
The trail to the right will take you directly to the caldera entrance (to the left, you have to walk around the whole vulcano first)
Access: by car, parking place.
Duration: 45min-1h short loop + 20-30min to walk around the vulcano (optional).
A small white sand beach with a family-friendly lagoon of shallow and turquoise water full of small fishes.
Access: by car, parking on site
Warning: access to the water with sharp lava.
Can feel cold because of the wind if all the stone castles are taken.
This mini-beach and its protected waters are like heaven for snorkel fans: hundreds of fishes, all sizes, shapes and colors, swimming between your legs without fear.
Access: parking on site (crowded)
Warning: avoid high tide and days with lots of waves
On your way back from Mirador del Rio, stop here to grasp the sunset over the Famara bay.
Access: dirt road in medium condition, parking on site
A beautiful panoramic curved road, through the green Haria valley down to Los Valles, where you can see the old terraced fields on the hill sides.
Lunch stop: Puerta Verde in Haria
Access: good asfalt road but lots of curves !
Built inside an old quarry, Lagomar is a very dramatic house complex with a beautiful garden.
The restaurant and bar are a bit empty and old-fashioned but the place definitely deserves a look, in particular at night (free entrance after 18h).