Lanzarote is a unique and volcanic island. A lunar landscape with idyllic beaches. A land where nature and humans have learned to live in harmony, keeping the vision of artist César Manrique alive and making an impact on the minds of those who visit it.
Manrique’s work always stood out for aiming to integrate art into the natural environment of the island, which led to the Art, Culture and Tourism Centres of the Cabildo of Lanzarote.
The magic character that Jameos del Agua has and its spectacular volcanic tube, the charm of Castillo de San José and its exclusive restaurant at the International Contemporary Art Museum, as well as the roots of folklore from Lanzarote in Casa-Museo del Campesino and Monumento a la Fecundidad, make them all unique venues filled with nature, beauty and history.