Jardin de Cactus, Guatiza
Categories: Gardens, Nature & Parks
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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Es una buena opción visitarlo esta muy bien cuidado hay muchas especies de cactus y muy bonitas. Fue creado por César Manrique. Lo recomiendo.Is a good option visit it this very good care there are many species of cactus and very beautiful. It was created by Cesar Manrique. I highly recommend it.show original
Nous avons été surpris par la variété et par certaines formes des cactus, même si le site n'est pas immense il est agréable de flaner pour les admirer et connaître leur provenanceWe were surprised by the variety and some forms of cacti, even if the site isn't huge it is nice to stroll to admire them and know their provenanceshow original
El jardín está muy bien, su estructura y diseño son geniales. Aunque no sepas nada de cactus permite pasar un rato entretenido.The garden is very well, its structure and design are great. Even if you know nothing of cactus — a fun time.show original
An obvious "must see" for anyone who likes cactus. The site itself is very well laid out, a visual spectacular. Not a lot of information, but a good place to go look at (and photo) a bunch of cactuses.
A different kind of botanical garden but for sure worth a visit. Pay attention to protect yourself from sun since it can be quite hot and a nice experience in the garden can be put in shade by a sun burn afterwards.
Where's the 6th star because this place is amazing, relaxing and tranquil. 1500 different species of cactus in a Japanese garden, in a volcanic crater that used to be a quarry with a windmill in the middle. You just have to experience this to understand and appreciate the hard work gone into creating this visitor centre.
Beautiful architecture, amazing variety of cacti, definitely worth a visit
Lion Phil Robinson
Lovely garden with unusual plants and Cacti. Excellent coffee shop.
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