You can accomplish all three of these activities in one day if you get up early and organize your day.
We live within Playa Blanca, we travelled north via the LZ-2 via San Bartholme and Teguise into the mountains of the north. We stopped for our first time at Mirador Del Rio. Mirador Del Rio. It is a cafeteria that has been built into the mountains of north. It offers one of the most stunning view of Playa Blanca that you might want to take in A camera is essential.
After a glass of wine and a snack, we headed North after which we turned back to the summit of the island to begin our way down to the sea, where we saw a myriad of different colored sands that were which were being blown across the sea out of to the Sahara desert. If you’re interested in beaches then you should visit this island to discover the numerous bays available.
After that, we arrived at the second destination which was the Jameos of Agua. Inspiring, Mystical & Magical, the three words most commonly that describe a spot which was created due to the formation of gas explosions inside a volcano bubble. In the past seawater has inundated the tunnels until eventually, a lagoon was left in its place. The lagoon is the home of thousands of small white crabs who have lost their sight over the seasons of a dim lighting. A lagoon with a bar, restaurants with a bar and a nightclub that is open three times a week!
Just next to us next door, we came across our second stop of the day Nearby, we discovered our second stop of the day – La Cueva de los Verdes It is among the largest volcano galleries in the world , measuring 6km long. There is a surprise part of the tour that I can’t reveal as it could ruin the experience. It is essential to be healthy and fit as you will have to climb a few stairs and bend your body to access several recesses with low walls. It’s not possible to bring your pushchair inside caves, so make sure you are prepared.
We were given an hour towards the time of our departure We decided to spend the time at the Jardin of Cactus located on our way back. We saw over 1,400 species, all planted on a tiny piece of land, which was used to create the stunning Cactus Garden.
An enjoyable day out, children loved the experience and fell asleep like logs the next night !