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Timanfaya National Park

Parque Nacional de Timanfaya

A fascinating nature reserve entirely made of volcanic soil. Breathtaking landscape with geysers and streams.

Lugar Tinguatón Timanfaya National Park, 35560 Tinajo, Spain

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Attractions near to Timanfaya National Park

  • Green Lake

    A spectacular lagoon of unmistakably green colour is a reminder of island's volcanic history. Fascinating sight.

  • Rancho Texas Park

    A theme park combined with ZOO – enjoyable attractions and restaurants are accompanied by fascinating variety of animals.

  • Los Hervideros

    Visit these spectacular coastline rock formations to see the raging of the waves in the eroded lava arches.

  • Salinas de Janubio

    Salt extracting plants with tradition since 1895. It can be fascinating experience to visit the site and salt extraction in person.

  • Bodega El Grifo

    Popular museum of wine is adjacent to the real production and vineyards. See how the wine is made and taste the local varieties.

  • La Cabana Restaurant

    One of the best Spanish restaurants on the island. The wonderful meal is accompanied by a friendly atmosphere and reliable service.

  • Fariones Beach

    Narrow beach with golden sand and small pebbles is a perfect place for families as the water is shallow and calm.

  • The Canary Cetacean Museum

    Museum and a research centre dedicated to dolphins and whales. Interactive exhibitions are full of models, skeletons and audiovisual facilities.

  • TJs Caribbean Tapas Bar

    Your typical tapas bar, yet this one is special for its Carribean blend. Busy family-run bar with great selection of tapas and wine.

  • Teneza Beach

    Natural beach with black volcanic sand and pebbles. This beach doesn't get very crowded and is a popular surfing spot.

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