Walking in Lanzarote is a unique experience!
Walking in Lanzarote on the famous GR131 (completed in 2014 and is 71,50-kilometre long)
is an unforgettable long walking path.
This footpath stretches from Órzola in the north of Lanzarote, through the centre of the island to Playa Blanca in the south.
This walking path connects sites of cultural, natural, heritage and scenic places including
√ Peñas de Agite
√ Cuesta de Malpaso
√ Peñas del Chache
√ Ermita de Las Nieves
√ San Bartolomé
√ La Geria
√ Las Breñas.
The path has been divided into 5 stages, therefore offering residents and tourists the opportunity to get to know the island of Lanzarote walking.
The GR131 route is shown as the orange line on the map above which cuts through the middle of the island,
starting in Órzola, passing through Máguez, Haría, Teguise, San Bartolomé, Tías, Uga, Yaiza and finishing in the resort of Playa Blanca.
The pink route marked will be the GR135 which is a circular footpath of 182.9 km stretching around the coastline of Lanzarote.
Walking in Lanzarote a different and unforgettable way to discover this unique sunny & volcanic island!
Casa Esquina del Mar is, therefore, the perfect spot in the north to start your unique experience!
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