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Faro de Pechiguera, Playa Blanca

Categories: Lighthouses, Tourist Spots
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1/5 based on 420+ reviews on the web
Faro de Pechiguera makes an ideal end destination for a walk along the coast. Today there are two lighthouses at this spot. The old lighthouse opened in 1886; it was replaced by a more modern facility which stands next to it, 120 years later. Sit by the lighthouses among the rocks and feel the wild waves crash around you. Take in the views of Lanzarote’s beaches, surrounding hills, and even the coast of Fuerteventura. For Faro de Pechiguera and beyond, use our Lanzarote holiday planner to get the most from your Lanzarote vacation.
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  • badly preserved. all very dirty and full of paintings. If the whole would be perfect, being a point of visits important.
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  • If you go from the town of Montana roja ' reach to the very tip South to see these two lighthouses built in different periods (the first in 1866 and the second in 1986). Quiet place to stay overnight with the camper.
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  • A lighthouse very normal and very normal views. The area very careless, I went without seeing any image previously and expected me something else. It is not worth if you have to scroll much.
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