Many of the people who know the Canary Islands consider Lanzarote as the most significant and most striking island of the archipelago. The impressive structure of the lava strips, green forests with palm trees, deserts, black vineyards, the white houses, small bays with turquoise coloured waters, high volcano peaks and golden, sandy beaches.... Taking into account the limited size of the island, Lanzarote offers a great variety of landscapes, culture, etc. and was declared by UNESCO to be a "Reserve of the Biosphere " in 1987.
The 'Golf y Mar' resort is situated on the Costa Teguise, approximately the geographic centre of the island and the destination of any excursion, or a visit to any monument will not be a problem, since the distance (to the north or south) will not be more than 35 kms. The best you can do is ask our receptionists who will be pleased to prepare your personal route for an unforgettable excursion around the island.
There are certain places and monuments which are undoubtedly worth a visit.
The fire mountains: the unique, breathtaking volcanoes (National Park).
La Geria: vineyards at the bottom of the volcanoes.
Papagayo beaches: golden sand beaches and bays with turquoise coloured waters.
Fundación César Manrique: a museum showing works of the artist at his fantastic residence.
Jameos del Agua: a subterranean volcano cavern designed by César Manrique.