A small fishing village surrounded by lava
In the east of Lanzarote and on the Atlantic shore is El Golfo, a small fishing village in the Natural Park of Los Volcanes. Surrounded by the spectacular lavas of the 1730 -1736 eruptions, is a charming settlement of Lanzarote style fishing houses, with whitewashed walls and flat roofs within narrow streets leading down to the picture postcard scene of boats moored on the beach of black sand.
Rural accommodation and fine dining
El Golfo has a choice of enchanting accommodation. A visit to this fishing village is well worthwhile, not only for its beauty but also for its peace and quiet, its fine dining based on fresh local fish and for its close proximity to natural spots such as Los Clicos green water pool or Timanfaya National Park. What’s more, contemplating the evening light from one of the terraces will end those soothing days on a high note.