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Quemada Beach

280 Reviews

Quemada Beach

280 Reviews
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Discover the volcanic landscapes of the Timanfaya National Park on this half-day excursion, which takes us through the southern part of Lanzarote. We visit the Timanfaya National Park, we will feel the heat of the earth when we carry out the geothermal demonstrations in the Islote de Hilario. We do the Route of the Volcanoes in our own minibus. You can ride a camel (optional). And on the Timanfaya coast, there are two photographic stops: one at the Los Hervideros cliffs, and the other at the El Golfo volcano with its green lagoon. Finally, try the Malvasía wine in La Geria.<br><br>- We visit the Timanfaya National Park, El Islote de Hilario, the Route of the Volcanoes, Echadero de Camellos, Los Hervideros, El Golfo, La Geria.<br>- Excursion in one language and maximum 14 people.<br>- Native guides and certified by the Government of the Canary Islands<br>- Air-conditioned mini-bus with Free WI-FI connection<br>- Entrance to the Timanfaya National Park included<br>- No commercial stops
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charlotte056 wrote a review Mar 2020
Sandown, United Kingdom347 contributions94 helpful votes
It’s a little off the beaten track , just off the fast road near the camel place and roundabout. A long straight drive with the sea ahead of you. The little village is split in two with a local part for old school locals and to the right, the arty restaurant end. Pretty little cottages with paintings for sale, some pricey touristy restaurants and a good tapas restaurant just back a bit. It’s dusty and windy but very quaint.
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Date of experience: February 2020
Virginia S wrote a review Feb 2020
Zurich, Switzerland158 contributions72 helpful votes
Well worth visiting either by walking from Puerto Calero or by car. We have eaten a few times in Restaurant Playa Quemada and really enjoyed the location and the food. We recently had the Puntillas of Calamare which were delicious, as well as the prawns with garlic in olive oil.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Paulus54 wrote a review Jan 2020
Northampton, United Kingdom214 contributions138 helpful votes
~4km walk west from Puerto Calero. The promenade runs out quite quickly, so trainers rather than flip flops advised. There are four restaurants, three on the sea front. We had a drink at Casa Tino Restaurant where they also gave us roast pepper & croquetas tapas which was a really nice touch. We decided to lunch at 7Islas as it is the only one set back from the seaside, so we thought most people would favour the other establishments. The chap was a bit over whelmed with 3 groups of visitors! Overall, Quemada beach certainly worth a visit.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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bigbubbles wrote a review Jan 2020
Mogan, Spain22 contributions11 helpful votes
This bech is away from the crowds and tourist stress. Beautifull litle village that has a couple of restaurants with magnific views. Is not the best for a day of sunbathing, but for a day of siteseeing! You can't miss it!
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Date of experience: December 2019
Maria W wrote a review Jan 2020
Manchester, United Kingdom6 contributions5 helpful votes
A bit separated from the crowds this beach offers a beautiful place to rest and enjoy the amazing views. It has also a few spanish restaurants. All good. Fresh fish. A bit pricy but worth it. Do not miss it
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Date of experience: December 2019