Timetable: Everyday from 09.30 to 19.00 h.
Tuesday, Friday and Saturday until 02.00 h
To the north of Lanzarote, at the foot of the volcano Monte de la Corona which
eruption was 3,000 years ago, begins one of the caves and tubing systems
world’s most interesting.
The Jameo is formed by rushing the tunnel ceiling that usually happens when
it passes 20 feet wide, or when gases accumulate
explosion through them you can see the path of the volcanic pipes.
Water Jameos were the first attraction designed by architectural
Cesar Manrique in 1968. Through a serpentine staircase we access
Jameo Grande, 100 meters long and 30 wide, from there to a garden
charming swimming pool. Two bars have been built in niche
rocks, and the dance floors attest that used Jameos
and nightclubs until 0200 hours on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays.
At the end of Jameo Grande, in the part that gives the Monte de la Corona, opens
a concert hall oblique cutting admirable architecture and acoustics,
in which there are concerts and ballet performances.