Teguise Market & Cesar Manrique Foundation, Lanzarote
Take the chance to do some serious shopping at one of the biggest outdoor markets in Spain – Teguise market. Teguise was Lanzarote’s capital until 1852 and is famed for its Sunday stall-fest. Over 360 stands cram into its pretty plaza and cobbled streets, selling a plethora of suitable souvenirs, clothing and food, all in a carnival atmosphere by Canarian dancers and panpipe bands. When you want a breather from browsing, Teguise is well worth a look with its pretty churches, or visit a pavement café.
Afterwards, if you haven’t already been,you will have the chance to visit the Cesar Manrique Foundation –a magnificent building which used to be his old studio-home that impressively combines the volcanic rock with his unique architecture as he used the natural formation of five volcanic bubbles to create his rooms.