Away from the top tourist spots in the south and east, northern Lanzarote has managed to keep its old-world charm under wraps. Explore a side of the island that's all about art, culture and some of Mother Nature's finest work. You'll visit the famous Jameos del Agua caves, Mirador del Rio viewpoint, as well as the historic village of Teguise, too.It all begins at Jameos del Agua volcanic caves. Local artist Cesar Manrique combined man-made with natural to convert them into a chic bar and concert hall. Next, we'll cut through dramatic volcanic landscapes to the Mirador del Rio – another Manrique masterpiece. At almost 500 metres above sea level, it offers unbeatable views of La Graciosa.You'll also visit the former capital of the island, Teguise. It boasts a number of eye-catching palaces, convents and churches. Visit the Timple Museum to learn about this typical Canarian musical instrument before free time to explore and take snaps in the town's square.