Top 3 Locations in Lanzarote

Working on a cruise ship implies a limited amount of hours in any given port. I’ve been in Lanzarote many times but on this occasion, we made the most out of 5 and a half hours. This was also my incentive to start The Postcard Vlogs. If we spend just a few hours in a port, I will share with you what we did and what you can also do in those few hours.

I will keep my words to a minimum, as the vlog below describes our little adventure better.

You can watch the Vlog Here

 

3. Cueva de los Verdes

Besides the famous Turda Salt Mine in Romania, I haven’t been in underground locations. I have the least photographs from the cave, but I can tell you it’s full of surprises (the good kind) and the tour guide has a great trick up his sleeve. Out of respect, I won’t give you any hints.

One thing I didn’t expect from the cave, is to discover it is also a concert hall.

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2. Jameos del Agua

Created by the local artist, Cesar Manrique, Jameos del Agua is the Instagrammer’s paradise. I laughed to myself to have described as I did. This was actually our last location to visit and one of my favourites. It is certainly one of the places where I want to go back and spend at least a full day.

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1 Mirador del Rio

I am all about the hights, the kind of tourist who will always go to the top of the Eiffel Tower and highest hills to get the big picture.

This location was our first one. Although I googled it beforehand, the drive didn’t give us many hints of how overwhelming the view will be. Walking in, through the cafe and realising where we stand left us truly speechless.

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