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Experience the real Lanzarote at Casa Museo del Campesino


Highlights
How to Enjoy Carnival on Tenerife
Deserted beach and abandoned salt pans in Lanzarote
La Palma: A Heaven for Stargazing
Experience participating in Transgrancanaria
A Road Trip Around the North of Fuerteventura
A Journey to the end of the World, or to Punta de Orchilla
Diversity on the rocks: Hundreds of unique species
La Gomera, the romantic getaway
Following a Tapas Route on Tenerife
Enjoy a trek to the highest point in Lanzarote
Fiesta de la Cruz on La Palma
Gran Canaria’s Other Rock: Sacred Roque Bentayga
A day in the outback of Fuerteventura
Walking to the Beautiful Valley on La Gomera
"Fototrek” an amazing annual photographic adventure in El Hierro
An incredible Whale & Dolphin watching experience in Tenerife
The secret white sand beaches of Lanzarote
On the sunny side: Los Llanos de Aridane
Exploring South Fuerteventura by Car
The Best Bit of Las Canteras Beach is Underwater
La Gomera, lush and beautiful
Paragliding above the valley of El Hierro. What an experience!
Three ways to enjoy Teide in Tenerife
Tasting Lanzarote: Cosecha 2015
La Palma, a taste of the tropics
Jardín Canario Viera y Clavijo, one of the highlights of Gran Canaria
From a Magic Spring to a Secret Lake, Five Curiosities on La Gomera
Jinama and Charco Azul
Amazing boat excursion to the Archipiélago Chinijo marine reserve
Lanzarote sunrises
La Palma: a Treasure Trove of landscapes in One Island
Viewpoint Mirador de la Peña, the smallest hotel of the world and the giant lizard
A Hike Around Gran Canaria's Volcanic Hotspot
Fuerteventura, Strong Wind
La Gomera: A day visiting dolphins and whales
Lanzarote fishing: Fresh fish for lunch
Exploring the Historic Centre of La Laguna
“Ruta de la Tapa” in Valverde
Driving the Las Mimbreras road
Discover the Beautiful North of Lanzarote by Car
Excursion to the Isla de Lobos
La Gomera – a rural tourism paradise
Festival of La Bajada de la Virgen de los Reyes
A morning in Santa Cruz de La Palma
The water route, Valverde and the Bonanza rock
Exploring the San Juan Volcano
Vegueta: Time Travel In Las Palmas de Gran Canaria’s Old Town
Why You Don’t Want to Miss Out on Trekking Masca in Tenerife
Experience Tinajo: Rural traditions and breathtaking natural beauty
A lovely stroll around Villa de Valverde
A Spring Tour Of Gran Canaria
Through the back roads of El Paso
Relaxation and wellbeing, enjoying Lanzarote´s natural treasures
A trip along the coast of El Golfo, El Hierro
Exploring the Highs and Lows of Puerto de Mogán
Why You Will Absolutely Love Exploring Amazing La Graciosa
The Wild North of La Palma
Tenerife, best locations and the British favourite hotspots
Enjoy the best of Lanzarote at Noches de Jameos
Relish the thrill and views of El Faro La Entallada, in Fuerteventura
Menceyes and our Lady of Candelaria, in Tenerife
The Wine Run Lanzarote: food, wine and scenery
Experience the beauty of the pink caves of Puertito de Los Molinos
A Saturday in the beautiful village of Haría, Lanzarote
A must do in Fuerteventura – Picnic in the dunes of Corralejo
Playa San Juan in Tenerife, a charming place
A walk along the El Golfo ridge, El Hierro
The five best places to eat in Puerto del Rosario, Fuerteventura
A cup of coffee at Casa José Saramago, Lanzarote
Why Forestal Park is One of the Best Experiences in Tenerife
San Sebastián, the high part of Santa Cruz de La Palma
Sunset On The Rocks At Puerto de Mogán in Gran Canaria
A walk from San Andrés to Hoya del Morcillo, El Hierro
Enjoyment for the active traveller – Climb the Volcanic Mount Roja
Teguise: immerse yourself in Lanzarote’s history
How to Enjoy a Stunning Walk in Tenerife from Playa San Juan to Los Gigantes
Tazacorte, in La Palma: more than just a sun trap
Art, Architecture and Frogs in Gran Canaria's Garden City
Carnival time on El Hierro
One of the best family days out in Fuerteventura
Journey to another planet at Timanfaya National Park, Lanzarote
From the sea to the sky, a circular drive in South Tenerife
A journey through La Palma’s plant world
Los Carneros de Tigaday, El Hierro
Relaxing Weekend staying in the picture perfect beaches of El Cotillo – Fuerteventura
Lanzarote’s southwest coastline: where ocean meets lava
How to Enjoy North Tenerife and Wine Tasting in One Amazing Trip
A trip around La Palma’s south coast
The Quiet South Gran Canaria Beach With Two Names
What to explore, How to get there and where to stay in San Sebastian the capital of La Gomera.
Relax by the sea in El Tamaduste
The best olive oil in Fuerteventura – Verde Aurora Bio Farm
Hiking in La Geria: a bird’s eye view of the volcanoes
How to Enjoy a Unique Excursion Around Stunning Santa Cruz
El Tablado, La Palma’s remotest settlement
Swimming And Snorkelling At El Puertillo in North Gran Canaria
Enjoy a morning at the local produce Market in San Sebastián de La Gomera
A tour around El Hierro’s “Mirador’s”
Betancuria, the ancient capital in the mountains of Fuerteventura
How to Enjoy an Easy Adventure from Puerto del Carmen to Puerto Calero
A walk across Llano de Las Cuevas in La Palma
How to Enjoy a Superb Luxury Sailing Trip in Tenerife
From Jungle To Desert at Maspalomas In South Gran Canaria
The sweetness of La Gomera and the Canary Islands – Palm Syrup
Cycling on El Hierro is a great way to see the Island
Isla de Lobos, a natural Paradise
Volcanoes, wine and British history in Lanzarote
The mini-Volcano Route, La Palma
How To Try And Do Tenerife From Top To Bottom In Three Days
Playa Santiago – A glorious mesh of sleepy fishing village and luxury hotel complex
A Day at the Canaribbean In Gran Canaria
Hermigua, the beautiful tropical valley of La Gomera with a Gofio Museum
How to Enjoy Authentic Lanzarote at the Lovely El Charco de San Ginés
La Gomera’s longest beach in the Valley of the great king – Valle Gran Rey
The Charm of Vallehermoso – The Beautiful Valley in La Gomera
How to Discover La Gomera With an Amazing Jeep Safari Adventure
Calle Cano: A Las Palmas Street Where Old And New Blend Together
Three places off the usual tourist track in Tenerife
La Gomera one of the most gorgeous island for hikers, ramblers and casual afternoon walkers
Poema del mar, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
An ascent of Bejenado
Four best places to visit in Fuerteventura
Up The Monte: Exploring Gran Canaria's Wine Country
5 Excellent Experiences to Try When You Visit Tenerife
Exploring the Barranco de las Angustias
4 best places to visit in La Gomera, by a Canary Island resident
A lovely walk from Mirador de Jinama to The bell tower Joapira
Walk the beautiful arid landscapes of Fuerteventura – Betancuria
In Gran Canaria And Sick of Sand? Head To The Parque Sur For A Siesta
Keep cool with a craft beer tour in Lanzarote
A walk from Arenas Blancas to Verodal (Local walk reference SL-EH2)
Tijarafe: touring La Palma's sunny northwest
Eco-friendly relaxation in the north of Lanzarote
Life’s A Beach At San Sebastian de La Gomera
5 Brilliant Things You Should See and Do in Santa Cruz
La Restinga and the Marine Nature reserve of Mar de Las Calmas
Guiniguada Walk
3 wonderful water experiences to try on holiday in Lanzarote
8 reasons why you must visit the Cactus Garden in Lanzarote
The grand array of Markets of Fuerteventura: which Market to visit?
A day-trip to Puntallana Hiking, history, and La Palma's most famous beach
“Say cheese” and El Hierro’s cheeses give you plenty to smile about.
From Los Sauces to Barlovento Hiking through La Palma's natural and cultural landscapes
Things to do and see in San Andrés
Fuerteventura Salt Museum and the little hidden beach!
5 of the most beautiful natural areas in Tenerife
From Jungle To Desert at Maspalomas In South Gran Canaria
A Classic Drive Through La Gomera's Green Heart
Restaurante La Montaña - Casa Efigenia
El Hierro and its wines and artisan beers
A Day With The Fish At Arguineguin’s La Lajilla Natural Pool
Barlovento - contrasting landscapes in La Palma's verdant northeast
Cheese! Welcome to Fuerteventura and the Museum de Queso
El Hierro’s agricultural show “La Apañada”
Las Playitas, the secret village of Fuerteventura
Lanzarote wine: a story of tradition, history and passion
Learn to sail in the Lanzarote sunshine
Cubo de La Galga, Hiking through La Palma's subtropical jungle
A walk up the old mule trail from Puerto de La Estaca To Valverde
Tenerife, The big adventure of Teide
North Gran Canaria's Horcón Coast: Rugged Nature and Stunning Pools
The relaxed Rural Retreat of Fuerteventura – keep you balanced in life!
The best views in La Gomera - Abrante Lookout point
A scenic drive around Las Breñas
In the Footprints of Olivia Stone in Garachico
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09 Dec 2019

Exploring authentic culture

I don’t know about you, but one of the things I most enjoy on holiday is experiencing the local culture, people, and the food and wine (of course!). Perhaps more importantly, I like to think that I’ve given something back to the places I visit. That may be by helping local businesses by eating local food or buying artisan gifts to take a home. And there’s nothing like having new experiences, smelling new aromas, tasting new flavours and hearing new sounds.

Casa Museo del Campesino in Lanzarote, Canary Islands

Casa Museo del Campesino in Lanzarote has it all

You won’t have to go far to experience the real Lanzarote. Casa Museo del Campesino is a real-life house museum located in the heart of the island, in San Bartolome.

The centre is run by the Lanzarote Art, Culture and Tourism Centres (CACT Lanzarote), a government organisation that works to preserve the island’s natural and cultural resources.

You’ll also find lovely sustainable and handmade local gifts to take home, and you can even try making them yourself in one of the experiential workshops.

César Manrique's famous monument at Casa Museo del Campesino, Lanzarote, Canary Islands

The Monument to Fertility (Monumento de la Fecundidad)

No, not that kind of fertility! Lanzarote’s most famous artist, César Manrique, built this monument back in 1969 in honour of the island’s farmers. They battled for centuries to grow food in the aftermath of the 17th-century Timanfaya eruptions, which left behind a landscape covered in lava and ash. Their resourcefulness and ability to adapt was astonishing, and you’ll learn more about this when you visit.

You’ll see the monument at the entrance as you approach, so pull into the adjacent car park.

Unique architecture at Casa Museo del Campesino, Lanzarote, Canary Islands

Lanzarote’s white architecture

The first thing you’ll see are gleaming white examples of Lanzarote architecture, with their green wooden windows and doors. You can wander around a typical house and its outbuildings with traditional utensils and farming tools.

Traditional farming techniques

A Tahona is an ancient grain milling tool that was used in Lanarote, Canary Islands

This Tahona is a rare example of an ancient Canarian grain mill. They were particularly useful in less windy months when windmills became less effective. Animals (usually donkeys or camels) pulled the curved wooden beam, triggering a series of mechanisms that activated a grinding stone at the base. This is how corn, wheat, barley and other cereals were ground for consumption.

Zocos protect grape vines growing in volcanic ash pits in Lanzarote, Canary Islands

Where there’s a will, there’s wine!

Wine production scarcely existed in Lanzarote before the Timanfaya eruptions. When the entire La Geria region became covered in volcanic ash, farmers could no longer grow the cereal crops they used to.

They gradually discovered that the ash absorbed humidity and kept the earth cool. They built lava stone walls around each carved pit for protection against the wind, planting grapes in each one. The porous nature of the ash means it doesn’t rot the grapes, and you won’t see this winegrowing method anywhere else in the world.

Sustainable local market

The path leads you through a doorway to the Plaza de los Artesanos, a beautiful patio that gathers local craftsmen and women. This is where you’ll find all your original handmade and sustainable gifts to take home and leave a positive impact on the community in return.

Ecological food grown in Lanzarote at Casa Museo del Campesino, Lanzarote, Canary Islands

Ecological local produce

Ecological and locally grown fruit and vegetables are not only good for our planet and our bodies, but they TASTE better. Try them and taste them for yourselves. You’ll find whatever’s in season and you can also buy a fresh juice, perfect in the hot sun.

Natural handmade soap and sea salt at Casa Museo del Campesino, Lanzarote, Canary Islands

Handmade soap and bath salts

You can smell the gorgeous aromas even before you walk in to this next workshop. Here you’ll find a range of natural soaps with all kinds of ingredients from argan and other essential oils, coconut, lavender, herbs, cinnamon, vanilla and even strawberry.

Take a seat and try your hand at making your own, under the expert guidance of Mama Pepa.

Hand-woven garments on sale at Casa Museo del Campesino, Lanzarote, Canary Islands

Traditional weaving

This room is filled with colourful reels of yarn and a range of finished bags, scarves and ponchos on display. A large weaving loom stands tall in the corner. If you’ve ever wanted to try this out, then now’s your chance! Ask about weaving workshops.

Local jams, cheese and Canarian mojo at Casa Museo del Campesino, Lanzarote, Canary Islands

Taste delicious cheeses, jams and authentic Canarian mojo (red and green sauces)

Jam varies wherever you go, and Lanzarote is no exception. How about prickly pear jam? Or marmalade made from Lanzarote’s unique Malvasia grape?

Who doesn’t love a plate of Canarian potatoes and mojo? Many even take a couple of jars of this traditional red or green sauce home with them. And then there’s the islands famous goat’s cheese, either fresh, smoked or cured and rubbed with herbs, red pepper or gofio.

You can also learn to make these authentic delicacies yourself with some simple, basic ingredients (and a little help from the locals!).

Cochineal dyeing workshops at Casa Museo del Campesino, Lanzarote, Canary Islands

Cochineal painting and dyeing

Cochineal production was one of Lanzarote’s most important industries during the 19th and 20th centuries. It started in the 1830s when the prickly pear cactus was brought from Mexico and introduced in Lanzarote.

Cultivation continues today in the village of Guatiza, in the north of the island, but you can also learn about the process here at Casa Museo del Campesino. You can even take part in a painting workshop and make your very own designs using this natural dye.

Local handmade pottery at Casa Museo del Campesino, Lanzarote, Canary Islands

Traditional Lanzarote pottery

I always try buy a little something for the house when I travel, so the pottery workshop had my name on it! The walls are lined with lovely handmade bowls, jars, plates and the eye-catching Novios de Mojón. These are traditional male and female figurines (with rather large private parts) that were exchanged when a couple got engaged – one of the best-sellers apparently!

Pottery workshop at Casa Museo del Campesino, Lanzarote, Canary Islands

I’ve always wanted to make my own pottery, so I seized the opportunity. The potter’s wheel was never used in Lanzarote pottery and it was made entirely by hand with moulding techniques. One of the local craftsmen, Yul, showed me how to mould a bowl and then form a pouring lip. I was quite proud of my first attempt, and it’s really relaxing and therapeutic.

Child's handprint made in pottery workshop at Casa Museo del Campesino, Lanzarote, Canary Islands

Another family had also just finished their workshop and I though this child’s handprint was a lovely idea as a keepsake.

Spiral staircase leading down to restaurant at Casa Museo del Campesino, Lanzarote, Canary Islands

Down the spiral staircase

By now you’ll be wondering about the large, lava stone spiral staircase in the centre of the patio. Follow the steps down and you’ll see a wonderful showcase of Manrique design.

Lava tunnel leading to restaurant at Casa Museo del Campesino, Lanzarote, Canary Islands

A tunnel made of volcanic stone leads you into the underground restaurant and events room. It’s used for weddings and other celebrations, but everyone is welcome to explore.

Restaurant designed by César Manrique at Casa Museo del Campesino, Lanzarote, Canary Islands

Manrique’s ingenious use of light and combination of wood, lava and green plants is all around you. Nature and art blending in perfect harmony.

Tapas bar at Casa Museo del Campesino, Lanzarote, Canary Islands

Cross the room and go up the stairs at the other side and you’ll come out into the tapas bar. Take a seat and savour some delicious tapas and wash it down with a glass of crisp Malvasia wine.

It’s amazing how much you can learn and experience in an hour or two. A visit to Casa-Museo Campesino gives you so much insight into the story behind the volcanoes, the white houses, the Lanzarote people and the black lava fields. You’ll have an authentic piece of Lanzarote to take home with you and contributed towards the preservation of this wonderful culture.

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