Cueva de los Verdes and Jameos del Agua - Lanzarote

The Cueva de los Verdes in the north of the resort island of Lanzarote, is a 7 km long tunnel which was born after a volcanic eruption of the Vulcano de la Corona.


The upper coat of the lava solidified in the air while the lava flow continued underneath the surface. After the lava flow ran dry, the tunnel remained and formed enormous hall.

Cueva de los Verdes


The Jameos del Agua is a part of the same tunnel. It is only 300 meters off the coast and was developed to the center of art and culture by César Manrique. In a small underground lake, about 1.5 cm blind albino crabs (Munidopsis polymorpha), which otherwise can be found only in 2000 m water depth.

Jameos del Agua


A part of the tunnel was converted to the concert hall. The tunnel originated approx. 3000 - 4500 years ago.

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