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Windy, but worth it. Nice to see the scenery created. A lovely little village. Amazing views from the top of the cliffs. Don’t wear your best shoes as they get very dusty and ‘red’. I’d recommend on your way there (or back) to stop by...More
We drove to El Golfo from Puerto del Carmen to check out the green lagoon. Worth the short walk from the car park on the left as you drive into the village but only if you’re in the area. It’s not that exciting to be...More
The lago verde/charco verde/charco de los clicos is a beautiful spot in the south west coast of Lanzarote. It’s located very close to Parque Nacional Timanfaya. In fact I visited it after visiting Montaña del Fuego. It is a natural lagoon formed in the shadows...More
Worth the short walk if you are already at El Golfo (we came for lunch after an early Timanfaya visit) but probably not a sight you’d travel far for. A few gulls and a heron around the edge. There an info map in the village...More
Head for El Golfo and park in the large car park at the start of the town and walk up the roped path to the green lagoon. Once you have taken a picture, there is nothing more to see, so retrace your steps and go...More
We went here as part of a tour and it was fascinating to see. It is a dark green algae that colours the lake.
You can only view it from a path which is fairly far away.
It s quite a walk up to the...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.