Coach Trips

There are several trips and tours available for you in Costa Teguise from the Last Minute Travel shop, located across from the town square.

Please be aware it can sometimes be cheaper to hire a car depending on the numbers in your party. A tourist guide with maps is available in the local supermarket and most car hire companies give them with the hire.

We also have information on the following tours.

South Tour

The south tour takes you to Timanfaya National Park to see the extensive lava fields formed by the 18th century eruptions.

In the heart of Montana del Fuego we show you the geothermal experiments demonstrating the power of the heat below the surface (610°C at 13m) and you can walk into the oven where all food is cooked from natural heat. The crater route takes us around the best scenery in the park showing spectacular lava flows of different textures and colours.

At the Camel Park, you will have the opportunity to ride one of these interesting animals around the base of the Fire Mountains which is great fun for all ages. Or just take it easy and simply use this stop as a photo opportunity.

At ‘El Golfo’ you can walk down to “El Charco de los Clicos” (the green lagoon) which has a stunning cliff edge. It is here where Olivin, the beautiful semi-precious green stone, has been found in the rocks.

The rugged coastline of Los Hervideros leads us to the salt pans of Janubio. At this scientific place of interest you will learn of the importance of salt extraction in the island’s history.

Lunch, in a picturesque, typical village, is followed by a journey through the unusual vineyards of “la Geria”, with a stop for some wine tasting.
You will be back at your pick-up points at around 5.00pm.

North Tour

Passing through Teguise, the old capital, we arrive at the highest point on the island, Peflas del Chache (67lm). From this view-point, there are fabulous views of the north-east coastline and Haria (the valley of 1000 palms).

The Guinate Tropical Park, situated in the north-west of the island, is home to many tropical birds from all over the world. The parrot show is entertaining for both adults and children. The viewpoint of Guinate looks out onto the Chinijo Islands of La Graciosa, Montafla Clara and Alegranza. A tasty lunch is enjoyed in a small fishing village.

In the Jameos del Agua, the creative genius of Cesar Manrique is everywhere. He has tranformed the lava tunnel and the cave into subterranean walkways, an auditorium and a volcanic museum. We end the day with a visit to the César Manrique Foundation. Here, you have the opportunity to see how the artist adapted five volcanic bubbles into rooms of his house. A collection of his paintings and architectural designs are also exhibited.

You will be back at your pick-up points at around 5.30pm.

Short South Tour – Morning

If you want to discover the southern part of Lanzarote before lunch, this tour is for you!

At the Camel Park, you will have the possibility to ride one of these interesting animals around the base of the Fire Mountains which is great fun for all ages. Or just take it easy and simply use this stop as a photo opportunity. Then we continue into the heart of the National Park of Timanfaya, where you’ll see most of the 300 craters and volcanoes that this island has. If you ever have wondered what’s inside a volcano, you’ll be able to look down into several of them here!

After such a hot experience, a glass of wine or two is probably the best we can offer you!
We’ll take you to La Geria, the wine district of Lanzarote where you can have a refreshing wine tasting moment!

We’ll return around 2.00pm, in time for your lunch.

Short North Tour – Afternoon

If you want to discover the southern part of Lanzarote after lunch, this tour is for you!

At the Camel Park, you will have the possibility to ride one of these interesting animals around the base of the Fire Mountains which is great fun for all ages. Or just take it easy and simply use this stop as a photo opportunity. Then we continue into the heart of the National Park of Timanfaya, where you’ll see most of the 300 craters and volcanoes that this island has. If you ever have wondered what’s inside a volcano, you’ll be able to look down into several of them here!

After such a hot experience, a glass of wine or two is probably the best we can offer you!
We’ll take you to La Geria, the wine district of Lanzarote where you can have a refreshing wine tasting moment!

We’ll return around 7.30pm, in time for your lunch.

Volcan Grill

We start the excursion by going to the famous Fire Mountains where you will be shown the experiments demonstrating the intense heat below the earth’s surface. You will then be taken for a ride around the Volcano Route where you will be able to take magnificent photos of the immense sea of lava poured out by the historical eruption which occurred in the year 1730 and 1824.

After this wonderful experience, we will take you down to the beautiful village of Yaiza. Here you will be entertained by live music whilst enjoying your barbeque grilled evening meal at the largest ranch on the Island.. A wonderful time for all age groups!

Then to finish off the evening you will be taken to the very exclusive marina Puerto Calero for half an hour, where you will be able to see all the grand yachts and boats. You may just want to sit and relax having a drink or you can stroll around the various shops.

You will be back at your pick-up points at approximately 9.30pm.

Grand Tour

This is a combination of the highlights from the north and south tours.

This great day out takes you to the beautiful bay of El Golfo, where the Olivin stone was discovered. You will see the rugged coastline of Los Hervideros and the salt flats of Janubio, where you will learn about the importance of salt extraction in the island’s history. We then make our way towards the Timanfaya National Park, home to Fire Mountain. Here you will see the geothermal experiments, demonstrating the immense power of the heat just below the surface. You will have time go into the natural oven, where food is cooked, and to have a look around before the coach takes you on the magnificent crater tour with the best views of the lava fields.

A tasty, three-course lunch is enjoyed in a typical Canarian village before journeying through La Geria, home to the most unusual vineyards in the world. You will learn about the history and process of the winemaking with the opportunity to taste the wines.

Passing the monument Al Campesino, in the centre of the island, we head northbound to Teguise, the ancient capital, arriving at the highest point Peflas del Chache (671m). From this viewpoint, you will be able to take photos of the north-east coastline and Haria, the valley of 1000 palms.

Through the winding roads we make our way to the Mirador of Guinate, another spectacular viewpoint. This looks out onto the Chinijo Islands: Alegranza, Montana Clara and La Graciosa.

Our visit to Jameos del Agua is a great end to the day. Here, the gifted Cesar Manrique has left his mark. Enchanting subterranean gardens and the magnificent auditorium are examples of the artist’s genius. Jameos del Agua is also the home to the blind albino crab. Don’t forget to look around the Volcanic museum, dedicated to volcanology studies.

You will be back at your pick-up points at around 6.3Opm.

Please note there is no camel ride on this excursion, but we do stop for you to photograph the camels.

Fuerteventura

To begin the day, you will have time to browse around the lovely resort of Playa Blanca. The ferry takes just 30 minutes to reach Corralejo in the north of Fuerteventura. This island, twice the size of Lanzarote, has a unique charm. You will see lots of rustic villages on your journey.

After enjoying a tasty, three-course lunch, the winding road leads us to Betancuria, the ancient capital, named after the conqueror, Jean de Bethancourt.
Continuing along the mountain roads we stop at a panoramic view-point. It’s here where the many chipmunks living in the area come out to see us.

Pajara, the richest village in Spain is famous for its church with two aisles, La Virgen de Regla. The town’s dry riverbed has bouganvilla of many beautiful colours lining its banks and is an ideal place to take an afternoon coffee.

On our return journey back to Corralejo we pass by the current capital, Puerto del Rosario. We make a short stop at the sand dunes of Corralejo where you can have a walk around and take photos.

We board the 6 o’clock ferry getting us back to Playa Blanca at approximately 6.30pm.

Fuerteventura Dunes

We take the ferry from Playa Blanca over to Corralejo on the northern tip of the island. Here you will be given time on your own to explore Corralejo, or just to sit down for a nice, relaxing lunch (not included).

Then we head to one of the best beaches on the Canary Islands, to the beautiful white sand dunes just south of Corralejo.
Take a swim (about 3 or 4 hours) in the crystal clear water, or just take a walk on the shore. A splendid time is guaranteed for all!

We take the ferry back to Lanzarote in the afternoon, and will be back at you pick-up points at around 6.30 pm.