Jameos del Agua

Jameos del Agua
Los Jameos del Agua are the tip of a volcanic tube that joins the Atlantic Ocean with the Green Grotto and the Crown Mountain. There is in this place a museum that explains to you the volcanic phenomena, and in the cave itself some animals, the blind crabs, who are accustomed to their darkness and happy to live there. They are white and can be taken by hand.

The place was completely renovated and decorated by the artist and architect César Manrique, who is a native of the island, and left its mark on many monuments and tourist attractions, such as the cactus garden or the viewpoint towards the island of La Graciosa.

You can come during the day, but at night it is even better, the place lights up, there is a restaurant, sometimes a group playing music, it is a beautiful place, but quite expensive and touristy. Then the night is more animated with electronic music and the Jameos del Agua become a disc until dawn.

It is one of the seven centers of art and tourism of Lanzarote. The entrance is somewhat cheaper at night, and you can find interesting offers at travel agencies on the island, for a dinner and concert at the Jameos.