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Meh. Really not worth the effort of the short uphill walk from the car park.
If your pond was this full of algae you'd be down the local aquatic shop in no time at all.
The upside to our visit is that we found a...More
Worth the visit to see this unusual small lake .. Free parking and entry but be warned that the walk is quite steep and can be slippery on the gravel path. Local sellers on site and a small shop close by selling the usual tourist...More
We visited here and the caves nearby but glad we had our own transport. The walk to see the lagoon was not too difficult albeit uneven in parts. A nice view down to the lagoon on one side and beach/sea the other. We were too...More
Beautiful place-visited by car altogether with Los Hervideros. Both attractions are free and worth the visit, however it is enough to spend 30min to 1hour there. Check the black beach next to the green lake (it is not possible to enter the lake, just to...More
We hired a car to travel around the island. This is worth a visit. You can park for free right next to the path to see the lake. Also a restaurant and gift shop there. The path is roped off so you know exactly the...More
Visited this place today as we have done everytime we spend our holidays in Lanzarote. However on this occasion, the strong winds acted as a deterrent and stopped me going all the way down to the lake. Some areas have also been restricted due to...More
Hi, the place you are talking about is El Golfo. There are no public buses that I know of to this place, but there were lots of people arriving on bus tours as there are a few local shops and several fish restaurants and a... More
Hi, the place you are talking about is El Golfo. There are no public buses that I know of to this place, but there were lots of people arriving on bus tours as there are a few local shops and several fish restaurants and a cafe. The water is green in the bay and there are lots of fantastic rock formations. You can walk from one end of the bay to the other.