Las Montañas del Fuego (The Fire Mountains)
The Montaņas del Fuego (Fire Mountains) or Timanfaya form part of a wide area affected by the volcanic eruptions that struck Lanzarote between 1730-1736 and later, in 1824. This lengthy eruptive process - one of the most relevant and spectacular in the Earth's volcanic history - drastically altered the island's morphology, leaving a quarter of it almost completely buried under a thick layer of lava and ash.
Opening hours: Daily from 9am to 6pm.
Final volcano tour: 5pm.
Bar Cafe: 9am to 5pm
Restaurant: 12pm to 3:30pm