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The small village of ‘Tenesar’ lies on the north coast of the island. Known as the lost village,
which is not often mentioned. During the volcanic eruptions it survived, but was completely
cut off. In recent years following the destruction it has become accessible and some of the
houses are now inhabited. The silence is noticeable and the settlement is a flashback to a
time before the island introduced tourism. It feels like a journey back in time: a wild and
barren section at the back of Timanfaya National Park. From the air you will experience the
story of life.
Meeting point:
We meet directly in front of the village entrance and walk from there about 10 minutes to
the starting place.
29°04’49.5 “N 13°43’00.0 “W