Anyone visiting Lanzarote fancying a nice walk should go here. When we were there it was not touristic or crowded at all and the surrounding environment is really amazing. During the walk I felt like I was on another planet. Not only do you get to see the volcano up close, you also see the field of stoney lava, volcanos... 更多
Visited on a cloudy day (Dec 6 2016) which was ideal for walking, took aroud 45mins from the car park at a leisurly pace stopping to take pics and read the information signs along the way, once inside the caldron you get a totally different perpective to that from outside, well worth the effort
One of the best volcanoes thar we have seen. It was great to see the different visual experiments that were conducted. First just under the surface a shovel of rock chips is handed round to touch and u cannot bare them in your hand until they cool. Next they put brush cuttings into a hole and soon it ignites and... 更多
Having had a fascination with volcanos since school I came across this walk by chance. Walking across the lava field in the quite was erie but fascinating imagining what it was like. To be able to walk into the crater and just see the size and imagine the power that created it was amazing. Well worth the stop off. You... 更多
100 meters or so from the entrance to the national park. There is a little parking area to the left. From there the foot path takes you around the entire volcano. There are little boards with information on different things as you walk along. They are written in spanish, english and german. However, if you are only interested in checking... 更多
The crater itself is interesting, walking around it is not. My recommendation: turn RIGHT (anti clockwise) when facing the crater, visit it and then turn back. Walking around the crater does not add anything.