Montana Roja, Playa Blanca
Categories: Mountains, Nature & Parks
Created by a long-ago coastal eruption, Montana Roja looms 171 m (561 ft) over the far southern coast of Lanzarote, providing spectacular views of the glimmering Atlantic. The 166-hectare (410-acre) reserve surrounding the red volcano includes Leocadio Machado and La Tejita beaches--each of which runs for 3 km (1.8 mi)--salt water pools, and wetlands frequented by various bird species. The Spanish government has declared the area a special nature reserve, so do your part to help preserve its pristine character. Put Montana Roja and other Lanzarote attractions into our Lanzarote vacation trip planner, and watch your holiday take shape.
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My fiancé and myself, along with his mum, her husband and two of his younger brothers (10 and 13) walked up this one morning! What a walk..had to stop a few times! However, once at the top...WOW! Just... read more »
Thoroughly enjoyed our cloudy morning climb up Montana Roja. Definitely not as difficult to climb as I envisaged much to our delight!! On climbing up we thought we might walk through the middle of the... read more »
Après 20 minutes de montée on découvre le cratère du volcan et un panorama magnifique. Au sommet possibilité de faire un petit circuit à pied. Je recommande cette excursion.After 20 minutes of ascent we discovered the crater of the volcano and a beautiful panorama. At the top to make a small circuit walk. I would recommend this excursion.show original
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