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Explore Lanzarote’s untouched natural surroundings
This mountain range is in an area of leeward winds and rocky flat areas and is one of the oldest parts of Lanzarote.
Located in the municipality of Yaiza. This area been one of the oldest parts of Lanzarote is home to wide range of archaeological finds. From caves and etchings and what remains of the former farming areas. Been the oldest part of the island the ancient ravines that carve their way through this natural route in Lanzarote should not be missed.
There are plenty of walks and paths to follow across an approximate six kilometre trail, It is a steep walk with an incline which makes the Los Ajaches walk one not for the light hearted.
Starting your walk from the village of Femés the trails wiggle along pathways, tracks, and dusty roads. There are plenty of signposts so you don’t get lost.
The untouched natural surroundings allow you the chance to see Lanzarote’s bushwood vegetation and Canary Island Spurge, that are to be found in some of the more sheltered areas.
There are many birds of prey and sea birds on the coastal cliffs if twitching is your thing.
Remember to wear suitable footwear and take food and plenty of liquids. It is HOT out there!
Exiting the park’s valleys you will finally discover the crystal clear waters and golden sandy beaches of Papagayo. Considered by many as one of the most beautiful areas in Lanzarote, with the breathtaking backdrop of the Ajaches mountains, it is really not to hard to see why this is a photographer’s dream landscape.
On your way to explore some of Lanzarotes finest beaches you can always stop and see what the island looks like underneath it’s rocky exterior of the lava by visiting Cueva de los verdes or Jameos del Agua.
Hosting some of the most luxurious villas in Lanzarote. Explore Ajaches Natural Park & beaches from any of our villas. Walking not your thing? Then you can take peace of mind knowing that all our Best Villas are close to all the local beaches.
GOLDEN SANDY BEACHES
Playa de Papagayo Cove
Enjoy the sunsets and amazing views whilst you enjoy a snack or a well deserved drink.
There are only two restaurants and bars in Papagayo. They are both overlooking the beach areas with a great view of the Playa de Papagayo. These two places are the only places in the park that have any services.
Beware if you are not a paying customer. They will charge you to use their facilities.
The menus are basic and prices are reasonable. You will be thankful that they are there!!
This is an amazing place to come and enjoy those fabulous orange sunsets, with breath taking views.
Rather chill by the pool than go walking?
Choose one of our boutique villas as a base while you explore the Island
Take a look below at some more of Lanzarote’s tourist attractions.
These unique places really do have to be visited during your stay on Lanzarote. Timanfaya is especially nice early in the evening with sunsets bleeding across the baron landscape. Creating deep blood red and orange colours set into Lanzarote’s own volcanic canvas. An artist or photographers dream landscape.
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