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Jardin de Cactus, Guatiza

(4.3/5 based on 2,400+ reviews on the web)
Take time to stroll through this labyrinth of gardens filled with over 7,000 cacti. A well-known artist, architect, and Lanzarote native, César Manrique, transformed a disused quarry to create the site. The transformation of the space and the aesthetic layout of the sunken gardens reflect his talent. Discover of over 1,000 different species of cacti—from Madagascar, Peru, Kenya, the United States, Ethiopia, Spain, and many more countries. Relax in the cafe overlooking the gardens with a meal or drink. Make Jardin de Cactus a part of your Lanzarote vacation plans using our Lanzarote trip itinerary planner.
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Reviews
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  • It is a beautiful building in which we can find different types of cactus (local and foreign). Has Cafe and the WiFi works in all the enclosure to the perfection. Rest little more than contribute. He is not over his visit but I would choose, without a doubt, the Cueva de los Verdes or the Jameos del Agua.
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  • Very nice, the garden includes a number of different species, a delight for the eyes! Recommend
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  • And it's not just for our cacti on a small ground curiously arranged kolczastosci, looking at a very nice, maybe because they're not arrived 2 coaches from the GDR-sheep ...
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  • The most charming cactus garden with amazing cacti from many places in the world. Beautifully well thought out, tidy and tranquil. There is a cafe and shop inside. Not much information is provided about the plants however the landscaping and variety of plants is quite unique! Entry is about €4.50 but you can buy a discounted multi-trip ticket to visit more attractions around the island.
  • What a disappointment. Sure, the garden has a nice structure. But it's so small! The moment you enter, you get a view of the whole garden. With that, you've seen it all. As a matter of speech, the shop and bar are larger than the garden itself. If you've ever seen the cactus gardens of Gran Canaria or Mallorca: this is nothing compared to them. Don't spend your time here, there's lots to do and see on the island that are worth it.
  • Small but splendid botanical garden, dedicated to the cactuses and designed by Lanzarote's born architect César Manrique
  • Great for plant and art lovers! Amazing to see all the different types of cacti and all strategically placed. Green finger envy!
  • Great way to spend a couple of hours. Lots of really amazing cactus plants in a very pretty garden.