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Atlantic Museum – is the vision of British artist Jason deCaires Taylor, who has created similar works in both Cancun, Mexico and Grenada in the West Indies. The sculpture park in Grenada was the first of its kind in the world and has been listed as one of National Geographic’s Top 25 Wonders of the World. The museum off the coast of Lanzarote is set to be submerged 12 metres under the ocean, accessible to scuba divers and visible to glass-bottom boats. The sculptures on display are human forms, some modeled after local residents, and are created to attract plant and animal life, representing the relationship between humans and nature.


The Wine Museum of Lanzarote is located at the old cellars of the “El Grifo” wineries, which were built over the volcanic lava left from the 18th century eruption. According to trust-worthy reports, they were built in the year 1775, making this the oldest winery in the Canaries. Since then, wine has been made here without interruption. The present owner’s family acquired the property and cellars in 1880. The old buildings were erected with the rough materials typical of Lanzarote; thick walls of volcanic stone and mortar, with the ceiling beams largely from salvaged ship-wrecks.


The Ethnographic Museum Tanit sits in the old cellars of a traditional Canarian eighteenth century, specifically 1735. Its premises host a full vision, although perhaps a bit messy, property and equipment used by our ancestors to the middle of the twentieth century. All the patterns of past life, work, family, leisure and culture, find their space with the rich material carefully maintained by the founders of the cultural facility, Jose Perdomo and Remi Quintana. Agriculture and viticulture are two basic references of the museum.


The vineyards of La Gería: With their traditional methods of cultivation, the vineyards in the centre of the island are a protected area. Single vines are planted in pits 4-5m wide and 2-3m deep, with small stone walls around each pit. This agricultural technique is designed to harvest rainfall and overnight dew and to protect the plants from the winds. The vineyards are part of the World Heritage Site. A visit to one of the many family owned bodegas in this area is a must do during your stay.


The Castillo de las Coloradas which sits on a clifftop above the beach. Originally built in the 18th Century to stop pirates raiding the south coast of the island, this castle is a fine example of traditional Canarian military architecture. A relic of a bygone age, it is visited by hundreds of tourists every year