Cueva De Los Verdes, Lanzarote
Cueva De Los Verdes, Lanzarote - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 35520 Haría, Las Palmas, Spain
Ticket Price: 9 EUR
Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
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About Cueva De Los Verdes, Lanzarote
The Cueva de los Verdes is situated in the northern part of Lanzarote and forms part of a spectacular system of underground tunnels and caves (grottoes). It is one of the most interesting volcanic formations on the island and is also one of the longest volcanic galleries in the world! The caves and tunnels were created as a result of an eruption from the volcano Monte Corona between three and five thousand years ago when a major stream of lava was ejected. The surface of the lava cooled quickly and hardened while the steaming lava continued to flow underneath the hardened basaltic layer.
Cueva De Los Verdes Ticket Prices
- Other Ticket Prices: Visitors- Adults €9; Children (7-12) €4.50
- Canary Islands Residents- Adults €7.20; Children (7-12) €3.60
How To reach Cueva De Los Verdes by Public Transport
- Renting a car or hiring a taxi is recommended.
- Many local tour operators organize bus transport to this place.
Restaurants Near Cueva De Los Verdes
- Carrying snacks with you is recommended.
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Great view of the caves created by the lava. Good history tour as well. The guide was great, just could have been a bit more animated in my opinion. Other than that, great experience. Enjoy the secret at the end!
It's OK. I've been to a number of caves and although these are "lava tunnels" it's all much of a muchness. It's pretty touristy, large groups and the tour guide whipped through without much flair or real info. I learnt more in the pamphlet provided at the beginning. €10 per person isn't exactly value for money either. But saved by the "surprise" or whatever you want to call it, which was, to be fair, genuinely very cool.
I've been in caves in the past but never a volcano tube cave. It was simply amazing. The tour guide has an excellent command of English, which is helpful, but unfortunately once he finished the Spanish explanation and switched to English a lot of Spanish speakers started speaking amongst themselves, making it difficult for English speakers to hear. Our guide was fantastic and did repeatedly ask for silence while doing the English part. Eventually it worked. As for the caves, you are in for a real treat, and a few amazing surprises. It probably shouldn't need to be said, but I will add that a cave is not going to be particularly accessible for those with mobility issues.
Wonderful caves. There are a few places that are tight and where the roof is low, but we'll worth it. You need sensible shoes or walking candles.
The perfect place to visit if like me you cycled there on a hot day... lovely and cool! But even if you 'just' want to see and hear about a natural wonder it's definitely worth seeing. I wish they had had a live musician of some sort on in the last but one gallery though. It is set out for a performance and throughout the day there must have been hundreds of visitors.... Solo sax perhaps or Spanish guitar maybe?? The surprise at the end is beautiful and in my opinion worth the entrance fee alone 😀