The Art, Culture and Tourism Centers of the Cabildo de Lanzarote welcome the summer with an opening schedule specially designed to make the visitor experience more comfortable and enriching. In addition, the music, with the presence of some of the best disco selectors on the planet in Jameos Music Festival, without a doubt, the summer date on the island; the scenic arts, by the hand of Angaro, the interdisciplinary show that delves into the history of the archipelago’s traditions; new screenings of the documentary film Las Manos, contemporary art, with the exhibitions All tomorrow’s parties and Insularia, the research in Memories of Water, and the varied offer that allows to enjoy the imagination and creativity of its kitchen professionals “A more flexible schedule

Thinking about the comfort of its visitors, the Centers will open their doors until next September 15, as detailed below:

Mountains of Fire: from 09.00 to 18.45 hours. Last Route of the volcanoes at 6:00 p.m. It is recommended to visit between 9.00 and 11.00, and between 15.00 and 17.45 to avoid queues and waiting.

Cueva de los Verdes: From 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The visit is recommended between 3 and 5 p.m. 
Jameos del Agua: Open from 10 a.m. to 6.30 p.m. On Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays, from 10 a.m. to a.30 p.m. It is recommended to visit Jameos del Agua between 10 am and 11 am, and from 3 pm to 5 pm.

Mirador del Río: Open from 10:00 to 18:45.

Cactus Garden: From 09.00 to 17.45.

Monument to the Peasant: Open from 09.00 to 17.45.

Atlantic Museum: Open from Monday to Saturday, from 09.30 to 17.30. The last dive will be at 16.30.

MIAC Castillo de San José: Open from 10 am to 8 pm. Cafeteria, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. from Monday to Sunday, and cocktail bar on Fridays and Saturdays, from 9 a.m. to 1:30 a.m. Restaurant, from 12.00 to 16.00, (from Tuesday to Saturday), and from 19.00 to 23.00, on Fridays and Saturdays.


La Casa Amarilla: Visiting hours from 10 am to 8 pm, Monday through Friday, and from 10 am to 2 pm on Saturdays.


More information on this at .


The best music comes from the hand of Jameos Music Festival’18


Once again, the CACT will once again launch Jameos Music Festival, a date that has been definitively consolidated as one of the most innovative and impressive proposals of the Lanzarote musical summer.


The cabin of the best outdoor dance floor in the world, that of Jameos del Agua, will host the work of several of the most important national and international figures of soul, disco, funk and deep house music, which guarantee unforgettable sessions. nights of July 27, August 10 and 24, and September 21.


Tickets, from 30 euros, can be reserved at .


We must remember that all sessions of Jameos Music Festival’18 will be held between 9.00 and 04.00 hours and that the Centers offer the possibility of enjoying a transport service with departure at 20.00 hours from the bus interchange of Arrecife to Jameos del Agua, at 8 euros per person.


Gastronomy and craft workshops


The recent reopening of the Pablo Ruiz Picasso Bar, in the CIC El Almacén, a space full of history associated with the figure of the great creators of the island, is undoubtedly one of the great gastronomic news of the insular summer. The good atmosphere, the music and the endless gatherings under the shelter of a gastronomic proposal that fuses the local product with international recipes at really competitive prices make up a cocktail that guarantees unforgettable summer evenings. El Almacen Bar also offers the possibility of enjoying a daily menu for eleven euros per person.


Meanwhile, the kitchens of El Diablo, in the Montañas del Fuego, continue to extract magic from the heat of the volcano for their dishes, and the products of the sea and the Lanzarote countryside are still the “stars” in the Monument to the Peasant.


The restaurant of Jameos del Agua, likewise, is preparing to relive an attractive summer season: to begin with, because it will add on Wednesdays to its legendary Noches de Jameos. Thus, those who wish, can enjoy this magical gastronomical experience that couples the enveloping beauty of Jameos with the timple of Toñín Corujo Quartet, Alexis Lemes and José Vicente Pérez and the rich cuisine of the Centers during the nights of Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays From yesterday, in addition, a supplement of € 2 will be applied permanently to the entrance to the center for those visitors who only come to see the concert, if they are going to dinner it is included in the price of the menu. Another novelty of Noches de Jameos is that diners can choose between a Classic and a Premium menu. You can obtain more information or formalize reservations in .


On the other hand, in the QuéMUAC restaurant they are also preparing to offer the Museum Dinners, a gastrocultural proposal based on music, contemporary art and the exquisite and renewed gastronomic offer that presents a space with the best views of the bay. of Arrecife. More info at .


On the other hand, the Monument to the Peasant, for its part, preserves the program of workshops set in motion with the aim of converting that emblematic space into guardian of the insular customs and traditions. Thus, during the summer months we can learn to make our richest and international Canarian sauce, the traditional gofio pella or to model our traditional ceramics by the hand of renowned artisans of the island. More info at .


Cultural offer


As if this were not enough, the Centers have made an effort to design a cultural program as valuable as it is interesting for these upcoming summer months.


Thus, next Sunday, July 22, you can enjoy the last session of the season of Angaro, the thrilling show that runs through the bowels of the archipelago’s traditions from an avant-garde production and staging.


Tickets to enjoy this last session are available at, at La Casa Amarilla in Arrecife and at the ticket offices of the Centers.


Also, on Saturday, July 21 and 28, the documentary film Las Manos returns. The Auditorio Jameos del Agua will host those days the screening of the emotional film that narrates the origin of the Centers and those who participated in its construction by the hand of César Manrique, with images and photographs, some of them unpublished, of the Lanzarote of half ago century.




The formation of Lanzarote as a hedonistic paradise began in the 60s and had its peak in the following decade. It can be imagined that his training is due to an end of party: the return of Manrique from New York. From its creation, we could deduce that the artist’s purpose was the vindication of the play space: not a leisure space, but a space for the party. It is a paradise of discotheques inside volcanic bubbles in a world on the verge of nuclear catastrophe, created for the rebirth of the Happy Few: the new inhabitants of a lunar landscape in which modern music sounds. This original theme is the axis on which All tomorrow’s parties gravitate, an interesting exhibition that will be inaugurated next Thursday, July 26, at the MIAC-Castillo San José.


Insularia, the exhibition curated by Estefanía Camejo, whose objective is to value the artistic funds of the First Insular Institution included in the MIAC Collection that are located in the central building of the Cabildo de Lanzarote and that, usually, can not be enjoyed by the citizenship, may be visited until next July 28 in the town hall.


The shortage of water was always a wakefulness on the island until in 1960 Manuel Díaz Rijo imagined a sea friend from which to draw fresh water in the same way that until then had been extracted salt from the sea. And to that he dedicated one of the most important projects of his life, launching the first desalination plant in Lanzarote. The exhibition Memories of Water revolves around a process that transformed Lanzarote forever. It can be visited at La Casa Amarilla until next October.