The geological history of Jameos del Agua is identical with the one of Cueva de los Verdes. Formed 3 or 4 millenniums ago, Jameos del Agua pertains to the same volcanic cave chain and it is one of the main attractions of Lanzarote in terms of nature and artistic wanders. The term “jameos” is indicative of the collapsed roofs of the caves.

Jameos del Agua has been fitted with plenty of facilities in order to turn the venue into a genuine tourist complex. A restaurant and a bar (set out in the so called Jameos Chico), as well as a wide garden, a swimming pool, a 600-seat auditorium (in Jameos Grande) have been set in Jameos del Agua in order to make the exploration of the cave as pleasant and as rewarding as possible. It is to Cesar Manrique and to its colleagues (Jesus Soto and Luis Morales) that the laying-out of Jameos del Agua is owed.

Jameos del Agua
35520, Haria, Lanzarote, Spain
0034 928 848 020
Opening hours:
daytime: 10am to 6:30pm; nighttime (Tuesdays and Saturdays): 7pm to 12pm
children between 7 and 12: € 4; adults: € 8
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