3rd - 9th March 2017 The Walking Adventure Week offers a wide range of interesting and varied walks around one of the most fascinating volcanic islands in the world, Lanzarote. The tours stretching from La Corona in the north to Uga in the south, and from Club La Santa in the west to the coast in the east.
Walking is a very good exercise for the body. You improve your endurance and strength when walking uphill, while the movements downhill and on uneven terrain can help to improve coordination and balance training.
One day we will take a MTB and go exploring the nearby village of Famara - suitable for beginners. People who have never tried to go mountain biking will have a great debut.
Discover the body thrives blazing in the fresh air, surrounded by Lanzarote's unique scenery. Your thoughts can run free, you will be happy and have more energy.
Please remember to bring the following:
Bike shorts for the bike ride
Sun hat and sunscreen
A solid rucksack with room for lots of water
Lunch or snacks and swimwear
Bring your own food and snacks for the trips.
16.00 Welcome meeting
06.30-12.00 'Mancha Blanca'. We hike in the area around the church 'Los Dolores' in Mancha Blanca and close to the National Park, Timanfaya
09.00–17.00 'Day Trip from west to east'. We hike from the former capital, Teguise up to ’Las Nieves’ in west and from there on old trails to Mala
06.00-11.30 'Yaiza'. We start walking from Lanzarote's most beautiful village Yaiza towards the top of Femés (603 m.) from where you have a 360° view over the island. On the way back, we stop in the wine district, La Geria to see one of the beautiful wine yards 21.00 Green Team show
10.00-15.00 'The North'. We hike in the area around the giant crater "La Corona". This is the greenest part of the island, where you will see some amazing views.
09.30-15.30 'Beach & Mountain'. We go on mountain bikes along the coast from Club La Santa to Famara where we will have lunch (not included) 19.00 Dinner (not included)
The day is free for your own disposition to try all the different activities Club La Santa offers.
Lisbeth Matthiesen is an extremely knowledgeable enthusiast with a talent for engaging even the biggest skeptic. Lisbeth is a trained physical education teacher, guide, physiotherapist, reflexologist and animal behavior therapist. She has over 30 years of diverse teaching experience and has worked periodically at Club La Santa since 1985.
Book your place now!
The price for the week is 110 Euros including all activities on the programme and a special event t-shirt.
Places are limited, early booking is advisable to avoid disappointment. Please note that the camp is restricted to guests staying at Club La Santa.
From time to time, there are not enough participants in an event to ensure that everyone can enjoy a good experience, in which case we reserve the right to cancel. This happens rarely and should this occur you would be refunded the full amount.