Finca Marisa is located in a strategic position to quickly reach the following wonderful points of interest:

famaraFAMARA BEACH – 7 KM

Caleta de Famara is a small coastal village located on the north shore of Lanzarote, in the Natural Park of the Chinijo Archipelago, away from the island’s more touristy areas in the south.

In the last few years Famara has become the place to be for numerous surfers from all over the globe, who have come to check out the best beach and reef breaks of the island known as the “European Hawaii”. The 6-star ASP event La Santa Pro, leg of the world surfing championships, is held every year in October at the beautiful beach of San Juan, a few hundred meters away from the village.

LA SANTA BEACH – 5 KM

The La Santa beach in Lanzarote also known as Ría de la Santa, es the coastal area between the island of Lanzarote and La Isleta. La Isleta has been connected with Lanzarote and can be accessed by a bridge. The two coastal areas of Isleta and Lanzarote is what is called Playa de la Santa eventhough is looks more like a small lake. These two coastal borders have been modified, you can find circular sand constructions as small private beaches.

What is nice about this lake is that is used for sportsman of La Santa resort, whom daily practice windsurf and water skiing.

timanfayaTIMANFAYA NATIONAL PARK – 10 KM

Timanfaya was declared a National Park on August 9, 1974. It occupies an area of 51.07 km² in the south west of the island and the entire park is of volcanic origin. The most recent volcanic eruptions took place in the 18th century, between the years 1730 and 1736. Among its most well-known volcanoes are La Montaña de Fuego (Fire Mountain), la Caldera del Corazoncillo (Little Heart Cauldron) and Montaña Rajada (Cracked Mountain). There is still a great deal of volcanic activity, with hot points that can reach up to up to 100-120°C on the surface, and 600°C at a depth of 13 metres.

TEGUISE – 19 KM

The historic quarter of the island is found in Teguise. Teguise’s long history dates back to the pre-hispanic period, (the indigenous people of the time were called Majos), with the ancient town situated around the present day Villa la Gran Aldea de Acatife, and which was one of the main population centres of the Majos.

MONUMENTO AL CAMPESINO – 10 KM

The Peasant’s Monument and the Casa Museum were created to immortalize the difficult labour of Lanzarote’s rural community whose endeavours to extract bounty from the arid earth can be seen in the landscape of La Geria – unique in the world. An extraordinary collection of utensils and implements used by the peasants throughout time give the visitor a sense of a great part of the island’s history and traditions.

castilloCASTILLO DE GUANAPAY – 19 KM

The fortress that stands at the top of Guanapay volcano is the result of a series of architectural changes which started in the middle of the 15th century when Agustín de Herrera y Rojas decided to build an impenetrable fortress against the constant attacks upon Lanazrote at the hands of pirates.

However, the castle not only served as a vantage point from which to scan the sea in search of danger, but also as a refuge for the local population and as a jail for prisoners. Santa Bárbara Castle was built upon the foundations of Lancelotto Malocello’s building constructed at the beginning of the 14th century. It was in around 1571 when Gaspar de Salcedo added the two towers which completed its rhomboid shape.


MUSEO DEL VINO – 12 KM

El Grifo Wine Museum, is housed in ancient bodegas that date back to 1775 and were built on top of the solidified lava issued from the volcanic eruption of that century.

A true example of local architecture, the cellar is marked by the simplicity of its constructing materials: extraordinary thick walls made of volcanic stones and plaster combined with ceilings supported by long wooden beams, mainly coming from ships derelicts. The exemplary ethnographic collection dating from late XIX and early XX century.

MUSEO AGRÍCOLA EL PATIO – 6 KM

In El Patio, you will be able to appreciate an ancient farmer’s house dated from 1840.

In our wine cellar you may savour the different types of wine (Malvasía, red Wine and Moscatel), as well as goat cheese, all produced in our farm. We invite you to taste some excellent homemade products in our typical Canarian snack bar, where you will be able to purchase the same.