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Only called to visit as we were dining in nearby El Golfo. There appeared to be no information on site to explain the lake and the green phenomenon. There was some souvenir sellers, but not of my party seemed inclined to indulge.
This was a nice place to stop I would recommend it if you have the time. There is no entrance fee you walk along a big path up to see the green lake. It is a pleasant walk and you can go down into the...More
Amazing visit..and views.
Lovely Canarian ladies selling gorgeous lava and semi precious stones. I bought four of them. So sweet.
My husband walked up to the top of the hill for the view but the path was very busy as two coaches arrived.
Half an eroded volcano with green water in a lagoon. Very busy track to the viewpoint for an uninspiring photo opportunity (not taken). The drive along the main road through Timanfaya National Park much more dramatic.
El Lago Verde is at the very far end of the town, and despite all the local competition and the disadvantage of its location, the restaurant was quite busy when we visited for lunch. For fish lovers, this is a great place to eat. Maybe...More
Interesting phenomenon with olive green water contrasting with the black beach and it stays the same all year round.Quite a steep approach so not to be attempted if you have balance or walking problems.
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.