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Stumbled upon this place by accident and we were glad we did. Beautiful place for a swim. There is a small natural pool which is suitable for kids or for more accomplished swimmers the is the ladders down into the sea. The water is crystal...More
We stopped in this village, looking for something to eat (which you can in several restaurants) and were in awe of its beautiful scenery. It's definitely worth a stop and you can take a swim in the sea or in the 'piscinas naturales'
Punta Mujeres is just a just a small town, and I was expecting more natural pools than there actually were but those were nice anyway. Also there is a surfing spot where you can watch surfers which was very nice...
These pools are just great to cool of in. Some are large enough to swin around but most are for just cooling of. Depending on the tide when you enter the pools they can be full of water or just a puddle as they are...More
Fascinating little natural swimming pools. A little too cold to swim at this time of year (unless you like it cold).
I imagine these pools are absolutely delightful to swim in during the hotter summer months. Definitely for people who prefer a more natural landscape...More
The locals gathered at small stone common that overlooks the natural swimming pools of Punta Mujeres one February morning recently. It was a blustery winter morning and quite brisk, especially by subtropical Lanzarote standards. Their pleasant white-washed village looked out towards the Saharan coast of...More
We braved the pool on the north east corner of the punta mujeres promontory. Not exactly where TripAdvisor gave the icon. All around the coast of this village are pools and steps into the sea. The reason we tried this particular pool was twofold. We...More