Lanzarote

Lanzarote is a Spanish island belonging to the archipelago of the Canary Islands. It is classified as a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO since 1993. This says a lot about nature and landscapes that await visitors. So get ready to have full eyes. Things to see and do in Lanzarote: The island of Lanzarote is divided into 7 municipalities are: https://www.cityzeum.com/tourisme/yaiza Yaiza, Tias Teguise, https://www.cityzeum.com/ tourism / teguise Teguise, Arrecife, San Bartolomé and Tinajo. They are as beautiful and as interesting as each other. The ideal would be to find them all, but if you must choose only one: Arrecife, the capital of the island is an excellent choice. Arrecife summarizes so well Lanzarote, beaches, landscapes, monuments, entertainment, everything is there. A must in Arrecife - Castillo de San José: this castle was built in the eighteenth century which makes it the oldest building in the city. Today it houses the International Contemporary Art Museum where you can see beautiful works of art by Picasso Miró and Chillida. Address: Carretera Noas S / n - Tel: +34 928 81 23 21 - Visiting hours: daily from 11h to 21h. - Church of San Ginés: this building comes from the seventeenth its construction was ordered by the Bishop Manuel Verdugo there Alviturria. - Castillo San Gabriel: this palace listed building was built under the orders of King Carlos III in the sixteenth century. Currently it is the seat of the Archaeological Museum. - Center: to soak up the atmosphere of Arrecife a walk in its downtown is needed. Go to the Real Street and the León y Castillo street if you plan to go shopping. For more animation made a paseo the side of the street José