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Discover Lanzarote, Jameos del Agua

The place originally is part of a 6km long lava tube that was formed 4000 years ago. In the bottom there is a natural lake that gives home to special albino type of crabs that are called “Jameitos”. Cesar Manrique had a vision to transform this peculiar place into a heaven on earth with stairways surrounded by tropical plants, lava bubbles turned into relaxing areas, and of course offering the most fantastic turquoise swimming-pool (unfortunately cannot swim in it).

Jameos del Agua is not only touching visually but it is affecting our auditory sense, there are small birds singing at the entrance, you can hear soothing sounds of water while walking and at the far end of the crystal blue swimming pool you can enter the Auditorium of Jameos del Agua that is used for housing classical concerts and film screenings due to its great acoustics. On the top floor of the monument you will find the Casa de Volcanes (House of Volcanoes) that is showcasing several interesting information about the island, the past and present of volcanoes and machines showing live volcanic activities from around the world.

On Friday nights from 19.00 Jameos del Agua offers an atmospheric experience, dinner in the volcanic tube with musical performance and DJ session. The places are limited so pre-booking is necessary.

In case you are planning a visit to Jameos del Agua, our staff at Casas Heddy can help you with planning your trip or arrange for you one of the organised bus tours.

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