Lago Martiánez Puerto de la Cruz

Artificial seawater pools surrounded by lush vegetation in Puerto de La Cruz, in the Orotava Valley in the north of Tenerife.

The 10,000 square metre complex was built on an inhospitable stretch of coastline called Llanos de Martiánez by the Lanzarote artist César Manrique, who succeeded in fusing art and nature to create an environment of singular beauty.

It consists of an artificial central lake with 27,000 m3 of salt water, around which there are four pools for adults and three for children, which simulate different natural Canarian environments and harmoniously integrate the sea and volcanic rock to create white sandy beaches, rugged coastlines, islands of native vegetation, geysers, waterfalls and underwater caves.

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