Instagrammable Spots In Lanzarote

The 7 Most Instagrammable Spots In Lanzarote

Lanzarote is one of the most popular Canary islands and attracts holiday makers from all over the world thanks to its year-round good weather.

Throw in great beaches, quality resorts and lively nightlife and you have most of the ingredients needed for a great holiday. The beaches are made of volcanic ash so range from white to black sand.

You’ll want some nice pictures to remember your holiday by so we’ve rounded up the seven most Instagrammable spots in Lanzarote. All you need to do now is strike that pose…

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1. Mirador del Rio

This is easily the most iconic shot you will get when on the island. Standing on the viewpoint you’ll clearly see over to the neighbouring island of La Graciosa.


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2. Cueva De Los Verdes

Known in English as “The Green Caves”, this mystic location was formed as a result of the volcanic activity of the Corona Volcano. You can visit them during the day between 10am-5pm but they also even hold concerts and specials events in here on occasion, so keep an eye out for those.


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3. The Cactus Garden

In keeping with the general climate, theme and landscape of the island this is a stunning place where the vivid greens contrast the harsh reds of the dessert, to provide you with the perfect backdrop for your ultimate Lanzarote Instagram snap.


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4. La Delicatezza Cocktail Bar

After all that hard work of sunbathing, traveling around the island and swimming you’ll want to finish the day with a cocktail in the sun. The drinks here are just as spectacular as the view.


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5. Timanfaya National Park

At just over 50 square kilometres this national park is mostly made up of volcanic soil and looks like you have just landed on Mars. A truly rugged and wild backdrop for your Lanzarote Instagram picture.


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6. Jameos del Agua – The Turquoise Pool

This is the climax of the experience that local architect César Manrique created out of 6km of collapsed volcanic rocks and caves. The pool is easily one of the most vibrant  blues that you will ever come across and perfect Instagram material.


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7. Famara Beach

You’ll find this beach on the west side of the island about a 30km drive from the airport. It is best known for its great surfing and the dramatic cliffs which stretch up over 650m high.


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Heading to the other Spanish islands? Check out the most Instagrammable spots in Ibiza, Tenerife and Mallorca.
Big 7 Travel Team