It’s a village that radiates tranquility, away from the bustle of the island’s tourist hotspots, but still just as exciting, beautiful, and full of life. You’ll find white houses and narrow streets patrolled by people looking for relaxation and natural charm.
The village is surrounded by volcanic stone, forged in fire throughout the north of Lanzarote by the eruptions of the La Corona Volcano.
But if there was something that makes Punta Mujeres really stand out, it has to be its fantastic crystal-clear coves. An insuperable place to refresh yourself, enjoy a book, sunbathe, and simply relax on the banks of the Atlantic. The most popular is the Caleta del Espino.
The climate, like the rest of the island, is warm, although Punta Mujeres is unique in that the area is bathed in a light breeze that makes high temperatures more bearable.