Jameos del Agua (Hameos – J’s are pronounced as a H) is located in the north of Lanzarote (next to the Green Caves), the lava bubbles that are Jameos Del Agua, were formed by a volcano called Monte de la Corona which erupted some 3.000 years ago.

Within the lava formations a dance floor and two bars have been built, this allows Jameos Del Agua to become a night club/bar at night which is one of the most unusual venues you will find in Lanzarote.

Further into the lava you will find the concert room, this is a cave has natural acoustics and will seat around 600 spectators.

Within the main area you will also come across a very rare Blind Albino crab which are normally only found far below the surface. (These crabs are very small)

Below are some pictures of Jameos Del Agua, to view a larger image just click on the picture.


Below is a video of Jameos del Agua:

Opening Times

Monday to Sunday 9:30 – 19:00

Tuesday, Friday and Saturday 19:00 – 02:00

Bar and Restaurant 13:00 to 15:30 and 20:00 to 23:30

You can also contact via Phone

Phone: 928 84 80 20

If you are going to ring for further information please remember to use the international dialing code: for the UK use 0034.

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by Jon Paul on Jameos del Agua
Interesting place to visit

Located in the North of the Island this attraction is a good place for the family to visit. Walking around the natural rock formation you can see some while, blind crabs which are the only place in the world ou will find them. There are information rooms where you can learn about the volcanos and the attraction. Great place to visit if the weather is not great and a bit of Lanzarote history.