You will depart from the pier beginning a scenic tour through the lava landscape to the Timanfaya National Park. You'll travel past a spectacular expanse of dead volcanoes, crater sand canyons formed by eruptions over 300 years ago. The Montañas del Fuego (Fire Mountains) were created when more than 100 volcanoes rose up more than 31 miles and erupted, covering over 12 600 acres, Timanfaya was declared a national Park in 1968.
At the Camel station, which is a starting point for the fun and exciting camel rides that takes visitors through the Park, you can stroll through the small museum that displays fascinating geological specimens from the area.
You will continue to the wine valley of La Geria. In the Natural Park of La Geria, with an area of you will find a landscape covered in a spectacular black volcanic ash, where you can admire the beauty of an inhospitable landscape adapted by the hand of man, following his instinct for survival and adaptation to the environment around him. Between the black ashes, grow the vineyard La Geria producing one of the most important wines for the Canary Islands. Renowned for excellent wines, this fertile valley is filled with bodegas (wine shops) where visitors can relax, sample and purchase wine.