- Activity duration: 4,5 hours
- Available languages: español, inglés, italiano, francés
- Meal included
- Drink included
- Group activity
- Use solar protection
- Footwear required
- Guided visit included
We meet in Playa Blanca, in front of the hotel reception located in the easternmost part of this small fishing village of Lanzarote at 9:30am. From here, we begin to walk through the Natural Monument of Los Ajaches, the oldest part of the island, as it was the first part of the territory of Lanzarote to emerge from the ocean about 12 million years ago. We follow one of the trails of this peculiar environment, better known for the Papagayo beaches that we will also visit during this route.
In the first part of the experience, we will go to Playa Mujeres, where we will discover one of the lime kilns that were so important in the island's economy before the arrival of tourism. We continue our way until we reach the Rubicon area, the area where the Normans arrived in 1402 and from where the Conquest of the Canary Islands began. Here, we will see the rests of the old buildings of the first Canarian city of the modern era.
The route continues along the wonderful beaches of fine white sand at the southernmost part of the island, moving between coves and ravines.
We will be back by 1:30pm aproximately at our starting point