Lots of Parking

Powerful splashing waves

Picturesque coastline

Los Hervideros

Paths meandering close to the crashing and splashing waves

On the rugged West coast of Lanzarote is the site of a Lava flow that entered the sea. The moving Lava mixed with huge ocean swells formed caves and cliffs that redirect the powerful waves splashing upwards.

Sunset is the best time of day to visit Los Hervideros. Park in the huge car park just nearby and walk towards the sea.

Stand and marvel at the power of the ocean. Take some great sunset pictures. Explore the small meandering paths and the weave around the ocean edge.

Imagine where the moon would meet the sea, that is this stretch of coastline.

Explore further to the North and South to find other great places of interest with no other people around.

Stay aware of the ocean as very large waves can come sweeping in, especially in Winter.

There is plenty of parking and all is free.

Winter has the biggest waves and most action.

Location of Los Hervidores

Drive towards the West coast town of El Golf then take the coast road south. Follow the road for a few kilometers until you see the parking area on the right side of the road. If you get to the big black sand beach you have gone to far.

Los Hervideros