As we have been telling you in previous articles, Lanzarote is a destination with a lot of diversity. You can explore volcanic land, or take a dip in the waters of the Atlantic.
Given the versatility of this destination, choosing among the many plans offered by the island is not an easy task, and surely you've already seen endless recommendations on other platforms like Instagram or TikTok.
However, we believe that from time to time it is not bad to venture into the unknown and visit less crowded places. Here are 5 entities committed to sustainability that you can enjoy if you visit the island of Lanzarote:
- Timanfaya Sub
Do you feel like diving?
For 25 years, the company Timanfaya Sub has been bringing people closer to the marine ecosystem of Lanzarote, being the only one accredited by the Biosphere Reserve as a differentiated Diving Center.
Dare to know the waters of the island and, if you have never dived, do not worry. It is suitable for all levels of diving, as it has a training area for those who have never done this activity.
2. Guide In Lanzarote
One of the missions of Guía en Lanzarote is that every tourist ends his trip as an ECOLANDLOVER.
The team offers hiking routes between volcanoes, wine tourism, gastrotourism, and for those who love sunsets, different ways to watch them from the beach or the mountains. Thanks to them, you can discover less crowded places while getting to know better the culture of the island and the customs of its inhabitants.
3. Adi Doris
Shopping is part of the tourist experience, and doing it following the parameters of sustainability is something rewarding, because not only we take a souvenir of our trip, but that action collaborates with the local economy.
Adi Doris is a workshop store where necklaces, bracelets, rings and other products that combine macramé weaving with waxed thread and different minerals are designed and sold. A craft that has passed from generation to generation, and with which you can take a good souvenir of the island.
4. Aloe Plus Lanzarote Museum
Yes, a museum dedicated to Aloe Vera. The only Aloe Vera Interpretation Center that exists in the archipelago of the Canary Islands, declared a Center of Tourist and Cultural Interest.
Admission is free and you can learn about the history, cultivation, production and care of this plant found in different villages of the island.
5. Finca La Florida Rural Hotel
Of course, we haven't forgotten that the travel experience includes lodging.
The Hotel Rural Finca La Florida is not only a place to spend the night in this destination. Through its spaces you can also live unique experiences, among vineyards and fruit orchards, as well as enjoy its offer of local cuisine and mindfulness activities such as holistic massages.
Undoubtedly, Lanzarote will never cease to surprise us, it is an ideal destination to connect with the authentic and immerse yourself in all its corners.