"Jameos del Agua" Isla de Lanzarote Things to Do Tip by adinda

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  entrance to Jameos del Agua
by adinda

One of the most interesting galleries of connecting caves and underground grottoes in the world lies to the north of Lanzarote, at the foot of the volcano Monte de la Corona which erupted around 3.000 years ago.
"Jameos" means bubbles of lava. The Jameos del Agua was artistically developed for viewing by César Manrique in 1968.

The underground lake is home to a rare blind albino crab. In the caves you'll find a concert hall with great acoustics, as well as a bar and a restaurant.

Address: close to Ortola
Phone: 928.84.80.20

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  • Written Oct 7, 2003
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