Femés, the southern lookout
On a watchtower at the South of Lanzarote is located one of the most genuine places to taste the excellent typical gastronomy and enjoy a really unforgettable sunset. The small village of Femés is situated on a privileged place in order to descry the Southern are of the island, the Bocaina Strait and Fuerteventura Island.
It is a small village in which you can feel a mystery and beauty atmosphere. The one that the writer Rafael Arozarena knew how to capture on his book ‘Mararía’, which was also a film.
Watching the sunset in Femés is something you will never forget and, if you are interested in tasting the most traditional archipelago’s gastronomy such as goat meat, the incredible mojo sauce and many other typical dishes go try the lookout area restaurants because it is a good way to taste the most traditional style.
On this small village is found the Saint Marcial de Rubicón hermitage, which was the first bishopric of the Canaries.
From the lookout you will see a short road that will lead you straight to Marina Rubicón and the tourist area of the island.