first walk

Agricultural landscape in Lanzarote

The cellars of the island are not far from each other, but for greater enjoyment of the space and time we offer two trips to be undertaken without haste from the same point: The Monument to the Peasant, in which the artist Cesar Manrique wanted to pay tribute to the work of centuries by the men and women in the fields of Lanzarote and where it can be known how and with what is being carried out such work. Here begins the first wine route to Lanzarote. We hope that you enjoy it.


Stretch 1

  • as you leave the Monument to the peasant make a half turn round the roundabout and take the Tinajo direction.

  • At only 200 meters you should make your first stop.

  • Stop right where you see the sign Mozaga Winery, one of the oldest and with the largest production of the island.
Stretch 2

  • take the general road towards Tinajo again, and after half a kilometer,  turn left at the Vegueta por el Peñón sign. As a curiosity, during the walk, notice the strange patterns that the terrain makes and how, because of extractions of the volcanic gravel used for sanding the farms and for construction, what was La Morra de San Andres eventually dissappears.

  • Let yourself be carried on by the path ahead until you have in front of you La Casa del Indiano, of a yellow-ocher colour, that built leaning against a rock, seems taken from a postcard of Colonial Cuba, where the friendly visitor is welcomed.

  • Exit and follow the road to La Vegueta. Cross the road and walk across the heart of this small town in which there are still several large houses as a sign of its past splendor and reach the Pago de Yuco. From any point of view in Yuco you can see the Chapel of Our Lady of the Rule, patron of The Vegueta and the Bay of Havana, whose image was brought to Cuba by the Indiano D. Borges martial in thanks to the favours received.

  • Continue along the asphalt road and when you turn into the first bend to the right you will have before you a path of palms that enters the Finca Fajardo of which its small winery, until recently, only produced wine for the family.

Stretch 3

  • Exit the highway that leads you to Mancha Blanca and on your right, in a straight line less than a kilometer away you'll find the Tinache winery.

Stretch 4

  • Following the same direction, very close to these wineries is the small pago de Mancha Blanca where the Church of Our Lady of Sorrows is, patron saint of the island with the title of Queen of the Volcanoes and Mother of Lanzarote because, according to legend, it was exactly in the place of the religious construction where the lava of the volcano that erupted in 1824 was halted, after the Virgin appeared to the shepherdess Joanna Rafaela and took heed of her pleads to stop the progress of the lava. Each year, in September, they celebrate the festival in her honor. Do not pass it by. Rejoice in its beautiful lantern.

  • Return to the path and follow the direction of the pretty village of Tinajo, the last point of this first tour that we have proposed. When you arrive, go to the square opposite the church of San Roque, sit on a bench and contemplate with Agustín Espinosa the fine chimneys of its houses from where the Byzantine style of Tinajo, is fundamentally divided into four addends: church, priest, domed houses, chimneys. All the chimneys in Tinajo an identical domed formula. The great Byzantine dome of high mansion of Juan Cabrera looks from his vantage point at countless Tinajo chimneys and imposes on them their brand name.


Places to eat

Restaurants, bars and coffee shops

Let yourself be tempted by the wide variety of bars and restaurants on the island.


Where to stay


Choose from the many options that gives the island for their accommodation.



The Wine Route

The wine route

Discover the most personal tastes and smells of the island by visiting wineries and proposed sites.


Wineries of Lanzarote

Bodega Castillo de Guanapay

Dirección:Calle La Asomada, 39 - 35572 - Tías

Bodega El Grifo

Horario:De 08:00 a 16:00 horas todos los días. Tienda, Museo, Biblioteca, Visitas organizadas, Cursos de degustación.
Vinos:Colección: Malvasí Seco y Semidulce Malvasía: Seco, Semidulce, Dulce, Fermentado en Barica y Malvasia Brut Listán Negro: Rosado, Tinto, Ariana y Brut Rosé Syrah: Reserva de Familia Dulces Antiguos: Canari, George Glas y Moscatel de Ana Seco Ecológico Afrutado
Dirección:Lugar El Grifo-Carretera Teguise-Uga, LZ-30, Km.11 - 35550 - San Bartolomé - Tel:928 524 036

Bodega Guiguan

Vinos:Malvasía Seco, Malvasía Semidulce, Tinto Tradicional, Moscatel Dulce, Rosado
Dirección:Avda. de los Volcanes, 116 - 35560 - Tinajo - Tel: 928 840 715 / 659 971 555

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Malvasía Seco Bermejo

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Description:Atractivo color amarillo verdoso y de gran complejidad aromática. Muy frutal al comienzo, con matices de limón y mango que da paso a sutiles aromas florales. Con paso suave y glicérico entre recuerdos de limón, hierba seca y piel de melocotón llega a un f

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Yaiza Malvasía Seco

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Description:Vino elaborado con una rigurosa selección de uva. De color amarillo pálido, limpio y cristalino. Aroma intenso, limpio, franco, afrutado con matices florales. Suave al paladar, fruto de un gran equilibrio en boca

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Rubicón Tinto

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Rubicón Tinto
Description:Carácter varietal de la listán negra. Aromas a frutas del bosque con matices tostados y avainillados. Buen equilibrio y buena longitud en boca.

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White * (11 C) Faithful companion of fish and shellfish. In Lanzarote, order it with "boiled Sama in mojo. " Tinto * (15 C) Ideal for meat and spoon dishes. On the island, with a good "sauté of chickpeas " or "fried kid with garlic. " Pink * (10 C) Order with a "Canary Sancocho." Muscatel wine * (12 C) For desserts. We recommend having a "Home Frangollo." Malvasia Seco * (11 C) The best appetizer of Lanzarote. Taste it with a plate of "Potatoes with cheese and gofio." Malvasia semi * (9 C) Both to accompany fish or a typical dessert such as the "Torrijos." * Ideal temperature to serve.