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The Monumento al Campesino is located in the geographic centre of the island in the municipality of San Bartolomé, and it is a public tribute César Manrique paid to the effort of men and women working the fields, and facing the worst conditions in...more
All reviews underground restaurant cesar manrique local crafts rural life huge venue impressive restaurant island history small fee craft centre spiral staircase on display hire car interesting place tapas gift shop exhibition pottery
Close to a lot of the vineyards this is an interesting place to look around. It’s a shame we arrived after 2.00pm when all the workshops closed. There is a very good tapas bar here with portions that are more like rations rather than tapas....More
Web show open until 18,45 but they closed 17,45 in front os us, a group of 15 persons who wanted to do some shopping.More
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As you tells us, I have verified that on the web effectively the closing time is wrong and I have already informed the corresponding department,...More
Stopped to take a photograph of the monument not realising what a gem we had found. All the demonstrations of local traditions were great and all could be tried for a small fee of 3e. The volcano tunnel and resturant were unbelievable. And best of...More
We were heading to Tahiche to see Cesar Manrique’s house and Foundation when I spotted the monument. We pulled in and discovered the museum and restaurant. There was no entry fee and you learn about the history of the people and the island . Some...More
Whilst taking an unplanned tour round Lanzarote in our hire car we stumbled across this place right in the centre of the island when my wife decided she needed a comfort break!
So glad we did stop an interesting and quirky place in which to...More
Having lived on the island for 3 years I always made the mistake of driving past the monument whilst driving through the centre of the island , as it was low season I thought it was time I popped in ,and what a treat ,this...More
Take a white city bus to san bartolome this only costs 3-4 euros from arricife then a short walk half a mile or so to museum or some of the tours in the main holiday spots visit for a few more euros u can get taxis in san... More
Take a white city bus to san bartolome this only costs 3-4 euros from arricife then a short walk half a mile or so to museum or some of the tours in the main holiday spots visit for a few more euros u can get taxis in san bartolome if u dont wish to walk the last part most taxis are white with different colour roofs denoteing the area and they all wear uniforms happy travels