The enchanting village in the valley of the thousand palm trees

Haría, in the north of Lanzarote, is situated in the charming “valley of the thousand palm trees”, one of the best groves of native palm trees in the Canary Islands. As the road winds between the mountains, there appears below an oasis in the middle of the island’s natural geology – green fields and crops dotted by the white of the traditional white architecture. In the shade of the mysterious Corona Volcano sleeps Haría, lulled by the tranquility of a very unique countryside.

Engaging countryside, home to César Manrique

This pretty farming village offers visitors a variety of gratifying experiences with which to fill their suitcases. A must is a visit to the Casa Museo (Museum Home) of the world famous artist César Manrique. León y Castillo square invites you to relax in the shade of its laurel and eucalyptus trees. In the centre of the village is the Nuestra Señora de la Encarnación church (Church of Our Lady of the Incarnation) to where all village’s streets and laneways lead. One of the oldest religious buildings is the Hermitage of San Juan Bautista (Saint John the Baptist) which is located on the way into the Haría.