Things to do in Famara



It is located to the north of the island, included in the municipalities of Teguise and Haría with a length of 23 km and is of volcanic origin. The highest point of the massif and of the entire island is the Peñas del Chache , with 671 m of altitude. On the western slope it forms a cliff over Famara beach and the Atlantic Ocean . Further north is the Mirador del Río, the work of the artist César Manrique , where you can see the Island of La Graciosa and the Chinijo Archipelago . The Riscos de Famara house a Special Protection Area for Birds.

On the heights of Famara is the Hermitage of Nuestra Señora de las Nieves , the historic patron saint of the island of Lanzarote


Eco Lodge Famaraíso

We propose a brand new apartment of 60m² at only 200m from the beautiful Famara beach.

With its 2 sheltered terraces with mountain and ocean view, it is a cosy nest for teleworking as well as for digital detox.

Totally independent with fully equipped kitchen and 2 bathrooms.

With one double bed in an open space with the salon and one separate single bedroom, it sleeps 3 adults or a family with two children.

The Ecolodge is built in lava stones and wood and uses as much repurposed furniture and recycled material as possible. It is powered by the sun with lots of hot water from our sun collectors and electricity from our photovoltaic plates. The drinking water is filtered so no need to buy plastic bottles!


Beach Bar Surfer Food

Beach Bar Surfer Food

Healthy a la carte breakfast and daily meal with plastic-free packaging.

With healthy breakfast and food

ECO Coffee

Homemade food


Local Beer

Vegan and Gluten free options

Great service very relaxing atmosphere.

The most beautiful place to watch the world go by.


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