El Mirador de Haria, spectacular northern views.


El Mirador de Haria, spectacular northern views.

I mean come on... just look at this view... it's absolutely incredible. 

To the north of the island, at some point on the narrow and winding road that descends to the town of Haría, a viewpoint of the same name awaits, among palm trees and dragon trees, ready to be discovered.

Also known as Mirador de Malpaso, in relation to the valley that welcomes it, its prominence was won in 1966, when the Canarian artist Cesar Manrique was commissioned to design, at the top of the massif, a little house that would serve as a resting place for hikers.

The viewpoint, safe from the proliferation of large tourist developments of the 70s, offers panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean, the imposing Volcán de La Corona, and the friendly town of Haría. This impressive place is considered by many to be the most diverse area of ​​the island in geological, agrarian, and landscape terms.

Nowadays, the Mirador de Haria is an Interpretation Center for the Fauna and Flora of the region. It also contains a bit of agricultural culture too!

The Mirador de Haria has two wide viewing platforms (with glass bottoms) from which it is possible to see both the Haría Valley and the Temisa Valley.

I mean look at this! I'm sure you're going to love it here.

The Mirador de Haria is located on the road en route to the town of Haria (coming from Los Valles and Las Nieves). You can also check out the route on the Lanzarote App or Google Maps (we won't get offended).  

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