There are many hiking trails on Lanzarote that take you through breathtaking landscapes and are suitable for all tastes and fitness levels. Here are some suggestions:
The Way of the Volcanoes (Ruta de los Volcanes): This is one of the most famous and popular hiking trails in Lanzarote. It leads through Timanfaya National Park and offers spectacular views of the island’s impressive volcanic landscape. The trail is about 14 km long and takes about 4-5 hours.
The Way of the 1000 Palms (Ruta de las 1000 Palmeras): This path leads through the valley of Haría and is known for its numerous palm groves. It is about 7 km long and takes about 2-3 hours. There are many picturesque villages and viewpoints to discover along the way.
The Way of the Craters (Ruta de los Cráteres): This trail leads through the Volcanoes Natural Park and offers impressive views of the craters and the surrounding landscape. The trail is about 6 km long and takes about 2-3 hours.
The Way of the Vineyards (Ruta de los Viñedos): This trail leads through the vineyards of La Geria, which are known for their unique cultivation methods. The trail is about 4 km long and takes about 1-2 hours. Along the way you can enjoy wine tastings at the local wineries.
The Way of the Coves (Ruta de las Calas): This path runs along the coast and offers magnificent views of the sea and the rocky coves of Lanzarote. The path is about 9 km long and takes about 3-4 hours.
These are just a few of the many hiking trails on Lanzarote. Locally, there are also many local providers of guided walks and tours who can help find the perfect route and discover the best viewpoints.