What to do in San Bartolomé?
– Cultural Spaces. Tanit. Aeronautical Museum in Lanzarote.
– Where to eat? Monumento al Campesino (San Bartolomé). Sidrería Las Viñas.
– Beaches. Guacimeta.
San Bartolome is the center of the island. The rural settlement of the islet, located in the vicinity of the Timanfaya lava flows, is one of the most attractive areas in the vicinity of the work of Cesar Manrique, Monumento al Campesino . In their domains are based some of the best houses on the island . It is thus an alternative supply of tourist accommodation, much more relaxed and naturalistic. In addition, its geographic location places it at any point of interest less than an hour.
A few miles from The islet is located in the municipal capital, San Bartolomé. Noted for its wealth of historic buildings and cultural centers. The Ethnographic Museum Tanit , Casa Casa Mayor Guerra and Ajei up a window into the history of the island, its customs and ways of life.
St Bartholomew’s and the beautiful scenery Güime residential overlooking the sea. In particular the inlet to the island, Guacimeta airport on the coast of Playa Honda. This last resort, five miles from the island capital, Arrecife, is a dormitory town enjoying one of the stretches of coastline with more vidilla of Lanzarote. His extensive promenade, which communicates with Reef to the north and south of Puerto del Carmen, hosts a wide variety of cuisine and terraces with a panoramic nearby beaches. Your ride is very pleasant because of their sports. The waters of Playa Honda are flooded, due to strong wind, wind and kite surfers. On the avenue people walking, skating, bike runs, while planes land on the island.
Playa Honda is also a city of shopping. Deiland Mall and industrial zone are two main commercial areas of Lanzarote. The Deiland also counts among its varied range of leisure with one of the two cinemas on the island.