Wine Region La Geria

Wine Walks in Lanzarote

Like in previous years, different walks are being organised by D.O. Lanzarote, the Wine Regulatory Council, and Senderismo Lanzarote to explore and enjoy the island’s landscape, visit different wineries and sample their wines. These popular walks are very relaxed and low in difficulty, so you don’t need to be particularly fit or an experienced hiker…

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Lanzarote Walk – Walks You Can Do From Haria

The lush green valley of Haría is a beautiful place to discover on a walk, there are numerous paths and trails to be found in the countryside. Haría council have launched a new website for tourists visiting the municipality, which includes 3 walks from the town, each estimated to take 1 hour and 30 minutes. There aren’t…

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Lanzarote Walk, The Secret Garden

The Secret Garden is a great coastal path walk from Playa Quemada in Lanzarote. I guess it isn’t so much of a secret anymore as we met a few hikers along the way on our visit, so we’re comfortable sharing this destination with you! We parked by the two restaurants (Casa Tino & Salmarina) on…

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Walking in Lanzarote

Walking In Lanzarote

Walking in Lanzarote is fabulous! The island has hundreds of kilometres of trails and seaside paths and offers some of the best scenery anywhere in the world. Coupled with the fact that we have the best climate imaginable, walking on the island is healthy, fun and a great experience. Here are some tips for walkers…

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Picnic spot

Ten Walks In Lanzarote – PDF Guide

We’ve produced a handy PDF which gives you details of ten walks you can do on the island. As avid walkers, we’ve explored the highways and byways of Lanzarote for many years, and we’ve selected ten to give you a fair cross section of walks you can do in various parts of the island and…

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Lanzarote Walk – Coastal Path Charco Del Palo To Arrieta

This is a beautiful Lanzarote walk along the coast line from the quiet naturist village of Charco del Palo to the popular beach of Arrieta. It’s not a strenuous walk, there aren’t lots of hills to climb but you do need to wear good footwear and keep an eye on the terrain underfoot. I would suggest that you…

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Eco-Insider Guided Walks

The winter months are the perfect time to put on your hiking boots and discover lanzarote by foot. Eco-Insider offer a range of walks, their informative guides collect small groups of visitors from their accommodation, to explore different areas of Lanzarote. 3 Volcano Geo Tour This walk is guided by Adolfo, a geologist who will…

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Timanfaya Coastal Walk

Lanzarote Walk – Timanfaya Coastal Route

Having walked Termesana, the shorter of the two free guided walks available from the Timanfaya National Park, I was really looking forward to discovering a part of Lanzarote I hadn’t discovered yet on the Coastal Route. Miguel accompanied me on this walk, we couldn’t believe our luck with the weather, the day dawned clear, sunny and the…

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Tremesana Walk

Lanzarote Walk – Tremesana Route

We have already mentioned the two free guided walks that you can take in Lanzarote through the protected Timanfaya National Park, last week I went on the smaller 3km tour known as the Tremesana Route – a Timanfaya walk in the protected volcanic region. These walks have to be booked in advance through the website Red de Parques Nacionales and…

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montaña roja

Lanzarote Walk, Montaña Roja

The vibrant red mountain of Montaña Roja, often pronounced montanya Roger instead of montanya roha as it sounds in Spanish has been linked to mysterious UFO sightings in the past. This volcano is situated in the far South of Lanzarote, whilst in the resort of Playa Blanca yesterday I had an impulse for a walk.…

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