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Haría, Lanzarote

Haría, a village in the north, in the valley with the same name, surrounded by green fields are the pretty white houses. The valley appears like an oasis, which is also called the valley of 1,000 palm trees and is one of the most beautiful native palm groves of the Canary Islands.

Valley formed due to the 3 surrounding volcanoes and is the most fertile in Lanzarote with its special microclimate. Protected from strong winds and its specific humid climate, endemic plants of all kinds thrive here. Haría is still typically rural and has retained its authentic Lanzarote feeling.

This pretty farming village offers visitors a lot of enjoyable experiences. The beautiful, shady square with its laurel and eucalyptus trees called León y Castillo with bars and cafes, old, restored houses and the village church. On Saturdays, a market with handmade souvenirs and creative art objects invites you to stroll around or have a lunch break.

The village was also the last home of Cesar Manrique. His amazing and very special home is now an inspirational museum, Casa Museo, perfect for visitors of all ages, an absolute must.

Because of the location the village is in such a special place, it provides the perfect setting for sporting events such as the Haría Extreme Trail Run and for the less adventurous but with a great sense of nature there are beautiful hikes around the valley and the 3 volcanoes La Corona offers a magnificent view of the northern part of Lanzarote with its white beaches and turquoise sea below the fishing village of Orzola with its ferry connection to La Garciosa, as well as the original fishing villages from the north of Punta Mujeres and Arrieta. The view or even the walk into the volcanic cone itself can be described as a very special experience.

More information on the following website - https://turismolanzarote.com/en/haria/

Currently, we have 2 different properties available in and around the Haría area: