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Jameos del Agua – Lanzarote

The Jameos del Agua they are in the municipality of Would do, 27 kilometers from Reef, inside a volcanic tunnel, very close to the coast. With an area of ​​31 hectares, they are protected within the La Corona Volcano Natural Park and the Malpaís de La Corona and how Site of Scientific Interest.

Jameo Chico, Lanzarote

César Manrique he designed here a center partially opened in 1966. Subsequently, the Museum “House of the Volcanoes”, world reference.

The Jameos

The aboriginal word “Jameo”, describes a unique geological formation that consists of a volcanic tunnel, to which part of its roof has collapsed. This tunnel is one of the longest in the world, 6 kilometers are known and has a 1.5 kilometer section going under the sea, the so-called “Tunnel of Atlantis”.

Jameo Grande, Lanzarote

The Jameos del Agua are formed by three openings in the ground. We will descend to “Jameo Chico”, populated with lush vegetation where the natural clear water lake is inhabited by an endemic albino crab, under the natural vault. Here are the bar and a ballroom. Then we go up to the “Jameo Grande” where is the pool of clear waters and abundant vegetation. We continue until we find the impressive inside a volcanic cave Audience of exquisite acoustics.

Jameos del Agua Auditorium

The visit lasts about 45 minutes and can be done daily from 10 to 18:30 hours, with a entry € 8 (€ 4 for minors). Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays it opens from 19 hours at 2 in the morning, with a rate of € 9 for adults and € 4.50 for children.

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